Rufus Griscom co-founded Babble
with his wife, Alisa Volkman
, in December 2006.
Rufus graduated from Brown University
in 1991 and has three sons, Declan, Grey, and Rye, with his wife, Alisa
with her husband, Rufus Griscom, in December 2006.
In her capacity as Director of Product and Sales Strategy, Alisa oversees design, influences product development, and leads a team that creates and sells innovative custom advertising programs for leading brands like Proctor & Gamble, Kimberly-Clark, Target, Hewlett Packard, Playtex and American Express.
As as result, sales have more than tripled annually for three consecutive years.
Before launching Babble, Alisa served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Nerve.com, where she grew advertising into Nerve's largest source of revenue and prior to that was a story editor at Julia Roberts's Shoelace Productions, an assignment editor at CNN and a development assistant at Oliver Stone's Illusion Entertainment.
and Rufus have three sons, Declan, Grey and Rye.