April 2021 – Invoke Tax Partners is proud to announce the promotion of Tommy Caraffa to National Director of Sales and Marketing. Since joining Invoke, Tommy has brought with him a wealth of experience managing internal sales and marketing departments in the state and local tax industry.
Tommy’s meticulous attention to detail, analytical strategy, and holistic mindset enable him to streamline reporting and operations that improve efficiency and performance companywide. With a great pulse on what is important in the marketplace, Tommy instills those qualities into the company brand to create an environment in which his teams thrive and clients succeed. His organized, adaptable, and nurturing guidance to project management along with his commitment to upholding a collaborative, positive workplace makes him a highly effective and respected leader.
“I have had the great fortune of working with Tommy since he started his professional career in state and local taxes. His development and experience in this industry made him the perfect person to run Sales and Marketing for Invoke,” said Matt Fossey, CEO. “Tommy’s ability to communicate Invoke’s culture and value proposition to the marketplace has been a major part of our success. I look forward to him continuing to play a vital role in our overall growth.”
In his expanded role, Tommy will continue to elevate Invoke as a leader in the state and local tax industry. He will lead both the Sales and Marketing teams in growing all pipeline metrics. In addition, Tommy will develop and oversee strategic value-add partnerships with complementary firms.
“The future of Invoke keeps getting brighter and that is by and large a testament to the collection of growth-minded state and local tax professionals we continue to assemble,” said Tommy Caraffa, National Director of Sales and Marketing. “I am extremely grateful to the partners for presenting me this opportunity to showcase our firm as the premier solution for taxpayers and most attractive destination for talent and strategic partners.”