Director of Business Development
Jill Ravitz joined ITI Data as its Director of Business Development in February 2020.
Jill is an invaluable new addition to the ITI team, and will be a great asset to our clients. Her deep understanding of how to navigate challenges in complex industries allows her to drive speed and efficiency in the business development process. With her extensive background, she’s able to understand company’s challenges and serve as an interpreter—effectively breaking things down in language clients can easily understand. She excels at building trust through her honest and straight-forward approach, which makes her incredibly effective at maneuvering within complex environments.
Jill has over 20 years of experience in highly regulated industries, including financial services, insurance and telecom. Throughout her impressive career, she has proven her expertise in sales, business development, and project management, including her previous roles as Associate Vice President at Morgan Stanley and Regional Vice President at Nationwide Financial among others.
Achieving numerous awards and distinctions throughout her career, Morgan Stanley honored Jill with an Outstanding Performance Award for National Sales. Additionally, as a Bank Financial Advisor at Washington Mutual, she was recognized for driving the company’s greatest increase in new clients in her region. In many of her roles, Jill is known for building collaborative relationships and long-term partnerships in numerous industry verticals.
Today, Jill resides in Florida, where she supports Make A Wish Foundation of South Florida, Friends of Israel Defense Forces (FIDF), Jewish Federation of Greater Miami, United Way, and Little Lighthouse Foundation.
“I believe in the people, processes and the solutions and services ITI Data offers. The most important thing in any business is being able to listen to people, and deeply understand their needs and challenges. At ITI Data, we are committed to implementing solutions to improve our customers’ business success.”– Jill E. Ravitz