Life at Bronto: Regional Sales Manager

Cain Twyman

Cain Twyman

Regional Sales Manager Kristen Lessen was looking for a career change when she first came to work at Bronto. “I think Bronto chose me,” she said. All she had to offer was herself and her passion, which was just what the company needed.

Kristen started as an Account Development Representative and quickly rose to her current role as a Regional Sales Manager. She loves the different personalities that make Bronto such a great place to work. “Everyone at Bronto is pretty unique with a bit of a different flavor or spice that they bring to their day.”

While we enjoy a somewhat relaxed dress code, Kristen admits she dresses up when she has a particularly important phone call or day ahead of her. “I have this mental game – dress like a boss, be a boss. I want to crush my day.”

Kristen has found a home here at Bronto and actively recruits others to work here. “I love it so much that I’ve recruited seven people –  one who is now a director. And my husband even works here now!”

Want to be a part of the team? Check out a few of our current openings.

Senior Sales Executive – Santa Monica, CA

Responsible for creating and driving new business through smart prospecting and networking, the role is responsible for developing a strategic territory plan, executing against it through effective pipeline management, and meeting and exceeding a quarterly sales quota.

Account Executive II – New York, NY

Drive opportunity qualification, deal progression and closure of new business with contract value of up to $35K. This is a great opportunity for salespeople with a few years of experience who want to take the leap into the high-paying field of SaaS sales.

Senior Front-End Engineer – Durham, NC

Assist in defining and developing software for tasks associated with the developing, debugging or designing of software applications and operating systems. Provide technical leadership to other software developers. Specify, design and implement modest changes to existing software architecture to meet changing needs.




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