Monthly Archives: March 2010

Meet Team AMGB Walker: Scott Richter

Scott Richter

I am the founder and CEO of Media Breakaway LLC, parent company of Scott RichterI am also the father of twin boys (Michael and Jojo) and when I’m not keeping up with my sons, I enjoy hitting the ice to play hockey.

As a long time member of the affiliate marketing industry, I’m excited to support Missy’s efforts with Affiliate Marketers Give Back and take part in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer this summer.

Meet Team AMGB Walker: Jaz Pester

Jaz Pester

I’m a Senior Affiliate Manager with and have been with the company for nearly 6 years. Jaz Pester of

Outside of work I spend my time keeping up with my two little boys and walking my three dogs.

I know a number of cancer survivors, so I’m thrilled to be heading to Chicago this June to take part in the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer as a part of the Affiliate Marketers Give Back team. I’m already hard at work, training for the event!

Meet Team AMGB Walker: Melissa Salas

Melissa Salas

I’m the Director of Marketing for & Co-Host’s TV show, BuyTV. I joined in 2000 & manage various online marketing campaigns as well as our Affiliate Program. Melissa Salas

Born and raised in Southern California, I attended Long Beach State University and graduated with a BA in Communications and minored in Interpersonal Communication and Business Organization. I live close to Laguna Beach & my hobbies include kickboxing, dance, going to live shows, concerts, traveling, days at the beach, watching/going to Angels, Lakers, Chargers and of course USC FOOTBALL games! You can say I’m a music & sports fanatic. Oh, & I have a cute little Maltese named Mr.Bentley.

I am walking in honor and celebration of my mom, Brenda Salas. She is now a 5 year survivor and thanks to all the charitable events that raise money for breast cancer research, we are able to diagnose and treat breast cancer in its early stages. This can happen to your mom, your sister, your daughter, even you. Someday I could be walking for myself. Early detection is key, and that’s why I walk.