George Webb is an Investigate Reporter working for TruthLeaks. According to his Linkedin, he has worked for TruthLeaks since Jan 2014 which is based in Washington DC.
George Webb Career
Webb previously worked as an Account Executive at iJento from Jun 2013 to Dec 2013. While there, he writes that he managed projects for new customer acquisition through personalizing, campaign optimization and customer churn prevention.
He also worked at Keynote Systems as a National Technical Account Manage from Jan 2013 to May 2013 in San Mater, CA. Webb also worked for IBM for two years, starting as a Coremetrics Web Analytics Brand Rep where he led all Saas sellers at IBM in 2011 with a 125% quota. He went on to work as an account executive from Jan 2011 to Dec 2012.
Webb also states in his Linkedin that he worked at Keynote Systems joining as a Director of Strategic Accounts from Jul 200 to Jan 2008. While there, he also worked as a Director of Sales for Strategic Accounts from Jul 2002 to Jan 2008 where he looked over Major accounts on the East and West Coasts.
George Webb Education
For his education, Webb went to Miami University for a Bachelor of Science in Business, Business Administration, Finance/Economics Double Major from 1978 to 1982. He joined as part of a Basketball scholarship and was in NCAA Academic All-American.
George Webb Twitter
On his Twitter, he goes by the handle, @RealGeorgeWebb1. He writes in her bio section, “After 5 years in DC as an investigative journalist, still tracking pandemic virus game in Ukraine by NATO.”
One of his latest Tweets reads, “The Biden Senate Sergeant of Arms Blackberry led to Michael Stenger and the six missing Senate Sergeant of Arms laptops. Braverman led to Kolomoisky and his puppet Zelensky. If you have followed us from the beginning, it seems every early lead paid off in the Lotto jackpot.”
The Biden Senate Sergeant of Arms Blackberry led to Michael Stenger and the six missing Senate Sergeant of Arms laptops. Braverman led to Kolomoisky and his puppet Zelensky. If you have follow us from the beginning, it seems every early lead paid off in the Lotto jackpot. pic.twitter.com/H1geEd7Utx
— George Webb – Investigative Journalist (@RealGeorgeWebb1) June 29, 2022