Melissa Morman is a founder of Builders Digital Experience (BDX) and its parent company, Builder Homesite, Inc. (BHI). As Chief Client Experience Officer, Melissa leads a national sales, marketing and CRM team that serves the entire homebuilding vertical.
As a woman at the highest levels of what has historically been an industry led by male executives, Melissa has a track record of success in both the corporate and non-profit worlds. She is a sought-after speaker at leading events that include The International Builders Show, Gigaom, DCX, the Southwest Builders Show and TecHome Summit.
As an acknowledged expert on sales, marketing and CRM, Melissa advises top executives of Fortune 50 and small companies in the homebuilding, real estate and building products industries on the digital transformation of their companies. She is also a founder and executive of BDX’s conference on digital transformation, DCX. Melissa is also a founder of the New Home Technologies consortium of leading product manufacturers.
As a leader of non-profits, Melissa gives back to the community and applies her leadership skills to assist a wilderness learning center in the mountains of New Mexico and Texas4000.org. Texas 4000 is an annual 4,000-mile bicycle ride by students at the University of Texas that raises awareness and funds to fight cancer. Melissa received a BS degree, Cum Laude from Ohio University. She and her family reside in Austin, Texas.
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