Without the incredible skills of our Executive Team, Turn The Page would not be the company that it is today, and not just because it wouldn’t exist. These five people have set the standards for work and play, alike, and have created a culture that makes us excited to come to work.

Meet the people that teach the Page Turners that there is no limit to the potential of our clients or of ourselves.

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Rob Rance

CEO & Co-Founder

Rob serves as Chief Executive Officer in addition to being one of our Co-Founders. He started his career on the seven seas, studying Nuclear Engineering and Electrical Engineering with the Royal Navy. While his past is incredibly diverse, it always led him to one subject: technology. A lover of the internet since its inception, Rob is devoted to helping business owners all across the country understand the digital world.

Rob teamed up with Amy to create Turn The Page in 2010, promptly introducing us Yanks to the wonders of wobbly coffee and an entirely different pronunciation of the letter “H.”

Bringing an extra dose of freakiness to TTP is Rob’s specialty, as well as growing clients’ businesses and taking advantage of the incredible strengths the Millennial generation has to offer.

About Rob

Born in England, Rob has either lived in or traveled to places most people only dream of seeing, including the Caribbean, Australia and Tahiti. And despite having crossed the world many times over, Rob is proud to call Kansas City home, even if it’s more than 1,000 miles away from the nearest ocean.


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Amy Driver

CTO, CFO & Co-Founder

Amy is TTP’s heroic and extremely busy Chief Technology Officer, Chief Financial Officer and Co-Founder. Hailing from the land of dairy air, Wisconsin, she began her career as a secretary for global giant S. C. Johnson, eventually growing into the role of Sales Trainer. It took five years, but Amy eventually realized marketing was her true passion.

She ended up becoming the marketing director for an electronic access control manufacturer, where she met her husband, Phil. After moving to Kansas City to get married, she did contract marketing work for a bit, then was pulled back into the world of commercial security for another four years. A few years later, Amy created D. A. Designing, a web development company.

Just two weeks after she gave birth to her second child in April of 2010, Amy met Rob at a networking event. They joined forces to give their clients the best in SEO and web dev, eventually opening up Turn The Page.

Amy’s worn nearly all the hats in the TTP closet – she’s sold websites, been the account manager, written the content, built sites, trained clients – and with a full team in her arsenal, acts as a consultant as CTO.

About Amy

Amy aims to be a globetrotter (not the Harlem kind), with the ultimate goals of visiting every country in Europe and becoming fluent in five languages. And she’s already part-way there: she’s been to eight countries, is fairly fluent in German and speaks some Dutch and Spanish. Geez Amy, shoot a little higher, won’t you?


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Duane Legill


Duane,VP of Search Marketing, is TTP’s resident Renaissance man. From generating leads through pay-per-click accounts, to teaching others about SEO, to motivating his employees, to fearlessly somewhat fearfully leading Freaky Fridays, Duane does it all. Google, Bing and Yahoo certified, he’s your go-to man for anything PPC-related. And all that (almost) makes up for the fact that he tends to wear the same costume every time we have dress-up days.

About Duane

Despite his breadth of knowledge, Duane is ironically well-known at Turn The Page for what he doesn’t know. Whether it’s by choice or because he’s always fully immersed in his work, Duane has a tendency to be oblivious to certain ubiquitous phrases and, shall we say, uncouth terms. 

TTP: Vice President of Paid Search

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Chad Kennett


Chad has an extensive background in account management and marketing and leverages these talents in his duty as TTP’s Search Operations Manager.  In overseeing our Account Executive, Coordinator and Strategy teams, Chad makes sure that our clients not only have the best business listings and superior strategies, but they’ve got a group of people working to make the most of their marketing. And legend has it that he’s pretty great at karaoke.

About Chad

Who doesn’t love the hot summer sun, sandy beaches, palm trees swaying in the gentle breeze, magnificent sunsets and the beautiful blue waters of a tropical vacation destination? Chad. Chad doesn’t love that. In fact, he once openly complained about his week-long vacation to Hawaii. Something about sand and fish poop; we tuned it out.

TTP: Search Ops Manager

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Amalia Harvey

Director of Strategic Process

Amalia, with no exaggeration, is Wonder Woman. While her official title is Director of Web Development, she’s been known to step into any role when she’s needed. Whether she’s running her departments, offering design advice, acting as a liaison between TTP and clients, we can count on Amalia to approach a job with the bluntness and business-savvy needed to get it done. Oh, and she does all of this from Alabama, where she moved in 2015 for her husband’s job. We miss her incredibly but must say that the beer and tequila spend has gone down significantly since she left the office.

About Amalia

Amalia has a talent we never thought we needed: karaoke manager. In fact, she is so good at picking songs for others that Brittany, our Director of the Digital Content Department, isn’t allowed to sing anything at karaoke without Amalia’s express permission. You think we’re joking, but she’s not called the Mexecutioner for nothing.

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