At PCH, we work hard to inspire, entertain, and delight consumers with winning opportunities and exciting values tailored to their interests.
Andy Goldberg, CEO
Andy Goldberg joined PCH in 1983 as Manager of Consumer Product Promotions and became the CEO of Publishers Clearing House in 2003. Throughout his career at Publishers Clearing House, Andy has held a number of leadership positions in the Marketing and Merchandise areas where his work most notably facilitated the Company's development and diversification into a wide range of products. As CEO, Andy continues to lead PCH's evolution from direct mail to online marketing with emphasis on the development of online and social properties. He is currently a member of the PCH Board of Directors and is a past member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of The Direct Marketing Association. Andy earned his BS in Marketing from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Deborah Holland, Executive Vice President
Deborah Holland joined PCH as a Marketing Analyst in 1979 and since that time has held management positions with progressive responsibility in a variety of departments, learning virtually all aspects of the Publishers Clearing House business. In 2000, Deborah was appointed to the position of Executive Vice President where she is currently in charge of Creative, Communications, the PCH Sweepstakes and Consumer Affairs. Deborah participates annually with the PCH Team in the Long Island Workplace Challenge 3.5 mile run to raise funds for local children's charities. Deborah has a BA in English and French from Muhlenberg College, an MBA in Marketing from Adelphi University and has completed the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard Business School.
John Princiotta, Senior Vice President
John Princiotta joined PCH in 1985 as the Manager of Campus Subscriptions, a division of PCH that offered special discounts to college students. He subsequently headed up the Credit & Collections department before moving to the Marketing area, where he's managed a number of key areas. In his current role as Senior Vice President of Marketing, some of his primary responsibilities include overseeing the acquisition and expansion of the Company's customer base and the cultivation of multi-channel customers. John received his BS and MBA in Marketing from St. John's University.
Todd Sloane, Senior Vice President
Todd Sloane joined PCH as a Marketing Analyst in 1985. He has held many positions in the Company, including Advertising Manager and Director of Promotion Development. In his current position as Senior Vice President Creative Todd manages all of the creative content the company produces including mailings, online promotions, and television advertising. Todd is also co-founder of the famous PCH Prize Patrol, and regularly participates in prize awards. Todd attained his BS in Business Administration/Marketing Concentration from SUNY Buffalo.
Craig Anderson, Senior Vice President
Craig Anderson joined PCH as Senior Manager of New Product Operations, and has been with the company since 1990. In 2003 he became Senior Vice President of Operations and Marketing Services, and oversees all things involving product sourcing, order processing and fulfillment, IT, and producing/distributing email and direct mail promotions. Under Craig's direction the company expanded its product buying to direct sourcing, opening up increased merchandise variety, improved quality and reduced prices. Craig received his MBA in Finance from St. John's University and his BS in Marketing from C.W. Post.
Rick Busch, Senior Vice President
Rick Busch was named Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in 2005. In this capacity, Rick is responsible for all financial matters and oversees accounting and finance, payroll, benefits, credit and collections, customer service and facilities. Prior to working at PCH, Rick held the title of Vice President Operations at a division of IAC and spent almost ten years in management positions at Ticketmaster including several years as the Northeast Regional Controller. Rick began his career in public accounting. Rick graduated from Boston University with a degree in Accounting.
Bill Low, Senior Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel
Bill Low is the General Counsel and a Senior Vice President of Publishers Clearing House. Bill has advised Publishers Clearing House for over 35 years, first as a partner in a major national law firm with offices in New York City and later joining the company in 1993. As General Counsel, Bill is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the company’s legal affairs. In addition to his expertise in sweepstakes regulations, he is the chief legal adviser on funding for million and multi-million dollar prize payments. As Secretary, he is also responsible for official corporate records. Bill received his education at Harvard College and Harvard Law School.
Anita Goldstein, Vice President of Human Resources
Anita Goldstein joined PCH in 1984 as a Human Resources Manager and left in 1986 to raise her family. She returned in 2004 and was promoted to Vice President of Human Resources in 2009. Under Anita's direction, HR has become a vital business partner for all departments at PCH. Anita attained her BA in Communications at Tulane University and her Masters in Guidance and Counseling from the University of Miami.
Kevin Prinz, Chief Technology Officer
Kevin joined PCH in February 2009 as a CTO. Kevin comes to us from CMP Media where he enjoyed a successful 14-year career, most recently in the position of CIO. At CMP, Kevin transformed IT into a strategic business partner with the devices to drive both business growth and efficiency initiatives focused on improved operating margins. He spearheaded various large scale projects including the integration of 15 plus acquisitions, roll-out of enterprise wide CRM solution improving business forecasting. When Kevin joined PCH as CTO, his original responsibility was limited to the offline technology department. In Nov 2009 he took on the additional responsibility of the online technology and operations department, creating a single IT organization to best support the growing business.
Wendy Smith, Assistant Vice President
Wendy Smith began her tenure at PCH in 1988. She started out in Marketing and transitioned to manage Mailing Services, moved on to Director of Credit & Collections and then to Assistant Vice President of Fulfillment in 2001. Wendy currently manages postal affairs, merchandise and magazine fulfillment, inventory control, inbound freight logistics, fulfillment system planning, and lock box payment processing. Wendy earned her BBA in Marketing at Hofstra University.
Susan Manning, Assistant Vice President
Susan Manning joined PCH as a Marketing Analyst for Testing and Contests in 1989. In 2005, she became Assistant Vice President of Operations, Inventory Planning and Product Forecasting. Susan attained her MBA and BBA in Marketing at Hofstra University.
Keith Bergendorff, Assistant Vice President
Keith Bergendorff entered PCH as a SAS programmer in 1986. He became Assistant Vice President of Analytical Services in 2000. Keith attained his BA in Psychology from Hofstra University and his MBA in Marketing at Adelphi University.