Meet our team of talented, award-winning web development professionals.
Web Engineering Director
Following his vision to create systems that harmonize with their users, Leo directs our engineering of web technologies, writes code for projects with advanced requirements, and handles systems administration.
Leo has diverse experiences creating a "Super Regional ISP" in Pennsylvania, consulting for companies on software development processes, websites, client relationships, and web analytics.
Leo Joined RainStorm in 2013 because he shares our love of clients, the web, and beautiful engineering.
Email Leo at firstname.lastname@example.org
Suze is a valued member of the team who wears many different hats. From managing accounts receivable and payable, to administrative and HR tasks, to email and website support, to product testing, to keeping the candy dish filled and running the Summer Movie League, she is likely the first person to greet you whether you call, email, or stop by our office.
Suze is a 1994 graduate of Clark University with a degree in Graphic Design.
Email Suze at email@example.com
Brian founded RainStorm Consulting as a search marketing firm in 1999 and quickly grew the company to provide web design, hosting, and software services. The company has grown consistently each year in terms of client base and revenue and today serves more than 400 hosting and development clients in the educational, nonprofit, and small business sectors.
Email Brian at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Learn about our journey through some of our major milestones and see how we got to where we are today.
Originally founded by current President Brian Rahill in Columbus, Ohio as a search engine marketing firm.
RainStorm relocates to the city of
Orono, Maine from Columbus, Ohio.
RainStorm doubled its web-hosting capacity and client base to more than 400 clients in 30 states nationwide, growing to 5-person team.
In 2005, the company introduced SiteTurbine, a suite of web-based software designed specifically for educational and nonprofit organizations to easily manage their websites.
10-Year Anniversary, 2009
10 years after it all began, RainStorm celebrates its anniversary.
Joining the Cloud, 2013
In the spring of 2013, RainStorm phased out its server hardware and completed a move to the highly scalable and flexible cloud for all of its web and email hosting infrastructure.
MAEA Relaunch, 2014
As part of a record-setting day for RainStorm, we relaunched the Maine Adult Education Association portal with an all-new CourseStorm engine. This major undertaking gave the MAEA portal, its 70+ programs, and the thousands of people who depend on it annually a modern course registration solution.
Building Up, 2015
The beginning of 2015 saw both a growth in the team as well as an office expansion to accommodate our new staff, workflow, and more aggressive goals.
"RainStorm listens to suggestions and continually improves their software products."—UMaine School of Marine Sciences