Our Team

Dean Bellmoff, Pivotal Performance Processes Founder

Dean Bellmoff, Founder



"It isn't the mountains ahead to climb that wear you out, but the pebble in your shoe." Muhammad Ali

Dean’s vast and varied experiences in the financial world enable him to offer our clients knowledge and expertise from almost any perspective. He adds to this a very successful history of entrepreneurial involvement. Dean has a keen eye for important details that many others miss. He also has a unique ability to see hidden potential and bring it to bear. And he typically comes up with an unconventional approach to address these areas. By combining these abilities, he is able to quickly and precisely pin point strategic areas that need to be addressed within a business. His goal is to, in a short period of time, help other businesses benefit from what he has learned over a long period of time.

Kolbe: 6-4-9-1

Standout: Advisor/Equalizer

Enneagram Assessment: Type 5 The Investigator

StrengthsFinder: Responsibility, Futuristic, Analytical, Intellection, Maximizer

Spiritual Fruit: Coconut

Bea Salazar, Co-Founder of Pivotal Performance Processes

Bea Salazar, Co-Founder


"There is nothing more important than a good, safe, secure home." Rosalynn Carter

Bea has a strong background in real estate sales, as well as in-depth involvement in several investment and entrepreneurial endeavors. From these experiences, she is able to effectively participate in management training and business consulting. She has also developed the ability to evaluate and help facilitate change in work environments in a variety of settings. Her goal is to bring additional insights to the table to give our clients a broader picture of the opportunities they have to improve their business’ performance.

Kolbe: 3-4-7-6

Standout: Connector/Equalizer

Enneagram Assessment: Type 2 The Helper

StrengthsFinder: Achiever, Arranger, Context, Belief, Connectedness

Spiritual Fruit: Blueberry

Phillip Bellmoff, Reverse Mentor at Pivotal Performance Processes

Philip Bellmoff, Director of Community Engagement



"The worst part of success is, to me, adapting to it. It's scary." Kendrick Lamar

Philip has been providing advice to the people around him since the second grade. This ultimately led him to seek a degree (completed at Auburn University in 3 1/2 years)  in I/O Psychology to better understand different methods of helping people. Combine this with years of sitting at the dinner table with his parent's business associates and friends discussing business, finance, religion and politics. Throw in years of playing video games and then taking game theory courses at AU. Stir in a beautiful child (Adabelle) when he was 18 - and you get someone who is able to provide a broad spectrum of advice to people of all ages

Kolbe: 8-4-5-3

Standout: Teacher/Influencer

Enneagram Assessment: Type 2 The Helper

StrengthsFinder: Harmony, Input, Individualization, Learner, Context

Spiritual Fruit: Peach