Adam Zeitstiff Appointed Chief Sales Officer at h2 Wellness

Former Jonas Fitness Inc, Webster, Texas, President Adam Zeitstiff was named the chief sales officer at h2 Wellness, Los Angeles, on Wednesday.

Former Jonas Fitness Inc, Webster, Texas, President Adam Zeitstiff was named the chief sales officer at h2 Wellness, Los Angeles, on Wednesday.

Zeitstiff will be responsible for leading the transformation of digital health, wellness and member engagement in the fitness industry in his new role. He will also open h2's New York office in the fourth quarter of 2015.

“The team at h2 is excited to welcome Adam to our executive management team,” h2 Co-founder and President Houman Arasteh said in a statement. “His vast knowledge and experience in successfully building and implementing cloud software solutions, specifically in the fitness industry, uniquely positions him in this new role.”

Zeitstiff stepped down from his positions as Jonas Fitness president and business unit manager at Jonas Software on July 31.

h2 Wellness is a cloud-based, digital engagement company that helps clients provide customers with digital strategies. The h2 Wellness platform is used by millions of consumers in 15 countries and nine languages as offered by companies in healthcare, wellness, fitness, weight loss, direct selling and corporate health markets.

“As an entrepreneur who thrives on building high-value software solutions and growing a company’s market presence, the decision to join h2’s executive team and help lead the charge toward market dominance is an easy one,” Zeitsiff said in a statement.  “Everyone at h2 is passionate about evolving how fitness and healthcare companies engage their members to help improve health outcomes.  I’m excited about the opportunity to work closely with such a dedicated team of people and help integrate the fitness industry into the broader healthcare system.”

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