Mike Coyne is the President and CEO of Lux Research. Mike has spent the majority of his career building technology-enabled information companies in multiple industries.
Prior to joining Lux Research, Mike was CEO of Quantia, Inc., a leading provider of physician engagement solutions for pharma and health systems, which was acquired by Merck’s Aptus Health division. Prior to Quantia, Mike was CEO of the data analytics business Verisk Health, where he spent 11 years. He was one of the primary architects of their growth and acquisition strategy, leading the company from niche player to multi-product market leader. Earlier in his career, Mike worked in corporate development at Verisk Analytics and as a practicing attorney in New York City.
Mike holds an MBA from Fordham University, a JD from St. John's University, and a BA from the College of the Holy Cross.
Stephen is the Chief Financial Officer of Lux Research. He came to Lux Research after 12 years at TowerGroup, a global advisory research firm focused on the financial services industry, where he was the CFO. At TowerGroup, Stephen was responsible for all financial administration, including guiding the firm through its global expansion, as well as its sale to Reuters in 1999 and MasterCard in 2004. Prior to TowerGroup, Stephen was a controller for Mercer Management Consulting and the Assistant Corporate Controller for Grubb & Ellis Company.
Stephen received his Bachelor's Degree from Bentley University and his MBA from the University of San Francisco. He is a CPA licensed in the State of Massachusetts and is a member of the AICPA and the Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Andrew Stockwell is the SVP of Research Product & Operations at Lux Research leading the company’s global intelligence, product strategy and development, and consulting teams. Andrew brings nearly two decades of experience at market insights firms helping clients thrive in the face of market disruption and innovation.
Prior to joining Lux Research, Andrew held executive leadership roles in product, strategy, marketing, and research with Kantar Retail, a leading provider of market insights, analytics, and consulting solutions for the retail and consumer packaged goods industries. Prior to Kantar Retail, Andrew spent over 13 years at Forrester Research where his most recent roles included leading the consulting organization supporting marketing and strategy professionals, leading the global eBusiness & Channel Strategy practice, and establishing Forrester’s marketing and strategy division as VP of Asia Pacific out of Beijing, China.
Andrew holds an MBA with honors from the F.W. Olin School of Business at Babson College, and a BA from Hamilton College.
Cort Isernhagen is the Managing Director for the Asia/Pacific region at Lux Research, based in Singapore. Prior to his role at Lux Research, Cort spent 15 years with IDC, in various positions, most recently as Vice President for IDC's Insights businesses with responsibility for Asia/Pacific, Europe, Middle East, and Africa. In this role he managed international research teams providing advice and guidance to executives supporting their technology investment and implementation plans. Cort has also held posts with Chinadotcom and International Data Group (IDG).
Cort holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Business from Hawaii Pacific University, and a Master's Degree in Business Administration from the American Graduate School of International Management-Thunderbird.
Rachel Daricek is Vice President of Marketing and Product Strategy, driving the vision, strategy, and execution of efforts to enhance and evolve the go-to-market approach and digital customer experience for Lux Research products and services.
Rachel brings over 15 years of experience including product strategy & marketing, account management & sales, operational excellence, and consulting. Prior to joining Lux Research, Rachel spent nearly 7 years with Quantia, Inc. (acquired by Physicians Interactive and re-branded as Aptus Health) in a variety of roles, most notably leading commercial product strategy and client services. She also previously held consulting roles and has worked closely with clients from many globally recognized organizations in pharmaceuticals, oil & gas, and other industries.
Rachel holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, an MEM (Masters of Engineering Management) in Product Innovation and Design from the Kellogg School of Management/McCormick School of Engineering at Northwestern University, and a BS in Chemical Engineering from Tufts University.