Meet Our Team
SkySwitch is made up of communications experts who bring different perspectives to reach a singular goal: building a leading UCaaS reseller platform to help our partners succeed in every way.
Chief Executive Officer
Geoff Bloss is Chief Executive Officer for BCM One and its acquired brand entities, including SIP.US, SIPTRUNK, nexVortex, and SkySwitch. BCM One provides NextGen Communications and Managed Services to over 17,000 clients/IT leaders of mid- to enterprise-level businesses nationwide, and serves over 2,000 channel partners, VARs, and MSPs.
Bloss joined BCM One in 2012 and served as Chief Operating Officer and Chief Information Officer before being appointed to the role of CEO early in 2019 to lead the company to the next level of growth. He is also a member of the company’s Board of Directors.
Bloss previously served as Chief Information Leader at FlightSafety International, a $1B Berkshire Hathaway company. Earlier in his career, Bloss built deep expertise in the telecommunications industry, providing strategic and program management consulting and deploying operational support systems.
Bloss received an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management, and a B.S. in Mathematical Science with Honors from the University of North Carolina. He was selected as one of QuantumShift’s Top Entrepreneurs in America for 2019 by KPMG LLP’s Private Markets Group and the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
Chief Operating Officer
Frank Babusik has 30 years of experience ranging from business development and agreement negotiations to risk and fraud management in the telecommunications field. As COO, he is responsible for the daily operations of SkySwitch. He previously held COO positions at VoiceInterop, Zango Telecom, and Communitel. In addition to consulting work with GlobalTrak (acquired by Orbcomm) and Unisys, Babusik has also held leadership positions at Intuitel, ICGI (acquired by Fusion Telecom), and FairCall Corporation. Early in his career, he served as president at Alternative Cable Company (acquired by SkyZone Media Access). Prior to entering the telecommunications industry, Babusik served honorably in the U.S. Air Force for more than 12 years as a C-141B Flight Engineer, including Desert Shield and Desert Storm missions.
Chief Technology Officer
Blake McKeeby started his career in the voice industry and has been at SkySwitch since day one, where he is responsible for managing the company’s engineering and software development initiatives. During his tenure, he built from scratch an organization that today supports the communications needs of 25K small businesses across the U.S. and Canada. McKeeby received a B.S. in Computer Science and a B.S. in Math from Vanderbilt University.
Vice President, Customer Success
Having spent nearly four decades in the telecom industry, William Brister knows what it takes to be successful, and he brings that experience to his role as VP, Customer Success, where is responsible for SkySwitch reseller onboarding and reseller billing services. Brister built SkySwitch University, which has to date trained 600+ resellers. He also developed the company’s reseller billing service programs and grew reseller monthly billing from $0 to $4M. Prior to SkySwitch, Brister was VP of Business Development at Ironton Global, where he co-managed the development of an international prepaid calling app. He served in the U.S. Air Force and won the John Levitow award, the highest award presented at Airman Leadership School for outstanding leadership and scholastic qualities. Brister earned a B.S. in Business Management from LeTourneau University.
Paula Como Kauth
Vice President, Marketing
As Vice President, Marketing, Paula Como Kauth brings over 20 years of experience and a passion for building marketing departments from the ground up. She heads up marketing for SkySwitch and its parent company, BCM One, including marketing communications, brand strategy, events, demand generation, social media, digital marketing, public relations, and analyst relations. Prior to BCM One, Como Kauth held marketing leadership positions at two managed solution providers, Transbeam and UNSi, which were both acquired by GTT. She also held corporate marketing positions at AT&T Business and Qwest Communications. Como Kauth was recognized as one of CRN’s Women of the Channel in 2019 and 2017 for her outstanding leadership, vision, and unique role in driving channel growth and innovation. Como Kauth holds a B.S. in Marketing from Philadelphia University and mentors rising marketing professionals.
Vice President, Sales
Jayson Jones is responsible for managing the reseller strategy and recruitment for SkySwitch. Since he joined the company in 2016, Jones has grown the company’s channel reseller program from 12 to 680+ resellers throughout the United States and Canada. He also founded and created Vectors, the annual SkySwitch user group conference. Before joining SkySwitch, Jones was a partner/founder at Ironton Global, a division of Ironton Internet and Telephone, and served as president of the mobility division, overseeing the development, marketing, and launch of an international mobile calling application. Prior to that, Jones was a founding partner of Vinculum Communications, Inc., where he created, managed, and launched one of the first San Diego-based UCaaS services which was subsequently acquired by ESI. Jones attended the University of Nevada and is a graduate of Rapport Leadership International levels 1 and 2.
Vice President, Support
Corey Stoker has leveraged his decade-plus experience in IT/support and the voice industry to build the SkySwitch support function from the ground up. He oversees the support team and focuses on educating staff and resellers through writing, training, and YouTube videos, in addition to working with product engineering to bring new phones to the platform and managing vendor and client relations. Prior to SkySwitch, Stoker was VP of Support at Tech360, a voice MSP, where he launched and installed over 1,000 user seats over several platforms that were maintained in the company’s data centers.