About Us



Ken burnstein - founding partner

I was born in the small town of Richmond VA. From day one, although I was highly creative, I was constantly in trouble at school.

Even as a kid, I was obsessed with cool tools and gadgets. My Dad and I were one of the first in town to get a computer. The Apple IIe, when they first came out in 1983. I’ve been playing with them ever since.

Back in the late 90’s, I ran a successful technology company that sold and programmed data collection systems for some pretty big companies, like Lockheed Martin, Westinghouse, Dupont, The World Bank, and the US Military. After 13 years, I transitioned into mobile and remote computing, and then into CRM consulting, Salesforce Automation and Marketing Automation.

I also cofounded and ran several software startups, including one of the first social media bookmarking sites in 2007, www.zoolit.com, and a B2B e Commerce  website catering to the architectural and home automation market, www.motordesigns.com. 

Fast forward to the present, and I still spend several hours most days researching and testing software tools and apps, and obsessing over finding new ways to make technology simple and fun to use, both for myself and my clients.

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toby - head of security

I was found wandering the streets of Fresno along with my brother Tucker and my mom Molly. They took us to Milo Rescue just outside of Berkeley CA where my new mom and dad saw me, and couldn’t resist my charm. They took me to my new home in San Francisco, where I still live.

My favorite things to do are swim in the ocean, go on long hikes with my mom and dad (Dad has a hard time keeping up with mom and I) and lately, my newest hobby, agility training at Ace Dog Sports.

I’m a really good eater. At least that’s what they tell me, and I’m also one of the fastest dogs around, both on land and sea.

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Allison lee - Administrative assistant

I pretty much manage all the behind the scenes admin tasks here at ClientCentric. I work remotely most of the time from my MacBook Pro as long as I have a solid internet connection and a strong cup of coffee.