Mike Treiser is a marketing and sales strategist with experience spanning the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. His professional background includes over ten years of large-scale strategy and revenue growth consulting for clients ranging from the US Federal Government to major retailers and industrial manufacturing to national political nonprofits; enterprise software client advisory and account development; and US presidential campaign finance and business operations. Currently a leader on Google’s Strategy & Operations team, Mike’s professional focus areas include customer experience strategy, organizational transformation, and team leadership.
Mike holds a BS in Economics from the University of Florida and an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. While at Fuqua, he served as student body co-president, partnering with his fellow students and the school administration to navigate the onset and ongoing disruption of COVID-19. He was awarded the Dean’s award for leadership and named one of Poets and Quants’ 100 Best and Brightest MBAs for his service to the school community.
In 2017, Mike completed a 3,000-mile, cross-country cycling ride to benefit Habitat for Humanity and affordable housing with Bike & Build. A Colorado transplant originally from Naples, Florida, he is a committed skier, hiker, and runner. Outside of the office, Mike also likes to read political thrillers, explore the local food scene, and adventure with the most important people in his life and his rescue dog, Aspen. He joined the Board of Adaptive Adventures in 2023, passionate about helping advance the organization’s mission of expanding equity in access to the outdoors that he appreciates so much in his adopted home state.