Steve Solomon leads many of the company’s commercial functions, including Global Data and Analytics Products, Data Partnerships, Sales, Customer Success, Marketing and Operations. He spearheads the development and execution of strategies that create value for the global travel community, improve the customer experience, grow ARC's data portfolio, and drive commercial excellence.
Before joining ARC, Steve held senior roles at Kastle Systems, Fannie Mae and MicroStrategy, with diverse experience across strategy, sales, marketing and customer engagement. He began his career with Citigroup’s Global Institutional Bank and spent a number of years as a managing consultant with Willis Towers Watson.
Steve earned a bachelor’s degree with a dual major in Business and Political Science from the University of Maryland, College Park, and an MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business. He holds a Six Sigma Black Belt.
I’m a practical person (at least I think I am) and would choose “SAS Survival Guide” by John “Lofty” Wiseman. Sorry to disappoint the literary community with this selection.
I had the opportunity to sit next to Dr. Madeleine Albright several years after she served as Secretary of State. I was two rows behind Alan Greenspan when he led the Federal Reserve. He had too much security to even consider trying to have a conversation. I was also two rows behind Stevie Wonder, but he had the same security model as Greenspan.
ARC’s airline owners won’t like my answer, but it’s any flight I am on where the seat next to me is empty. In terms of equipment, the 787.