The Jobbi Team
The people behind the worlds most advanced job website.




 The Jobbi Team
Management
Lawrence Vaughan
CEO & Founder

Lawrence founded Jobbi in 2007 with the distinct vision of creating the worlds first job site that just worked. He continues moving Jobbi forward everyday with the goal of connecting people to their next job and career faster than anywhere else. Jobbi is currently the fastest growing job website in America.
The Team

The Jobbi team is an amazing group of some of the most talented individuals in the world. Jobbi's team has come together to help expedite connecting the world to it's future.
Board of Advisors
The Honorable Sigmund "Sig" Rogich
Sig Rogich is a life-long Nevadan who is President of The Rogich Communications Group, an international advisory firm that specializes in the areas of business development, crisis communications, strategic planning, issues management, media relations, campaigns and government affairs. He is a former United States Ambassador to his native country of Iceland and was a Senior Assistant to former President George H.W. Bush in the White House. Prior to that, Rogich founded R&R Advertising and built it into the largest advertising agency in Nevada. Through his creative endeavors with R&R, he has been integrally involved in the reinvention of Las Vegas' image over the past twenty years.

Active in local and national politics, Rogich has worked on numerous elections including the Presidential campaigns of Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush and presidential hopeful, Senator John McCain. Over the years, Rogich has served on numerous Board and Committees and has been actively involved with several charitable organizations. Presently, he is the Chairman of the Public Education Foundation, a position he has held since 1997; Advisory Board member for the Reynolds School of Journalism and the Las Vegas Valley Water District; and a member of the Board of Directors for Opportunity Village, Spring Valley Hospital and Worlddoc. In recognition of his service to Nevada, Rogich has received several awards and honors including being named Distinguished Nevadan in 1992 and having a Clark County middle school named after him in 2000.