August 27, 2020
Managing Director, Commercial
VP of Information Security, Centene
Throughout his 15-year international career, David has held senior leadership positions in both startups and top tech organizations alike. Prior to joining Levvel, David's team built what has become the de facto enterprise software platform within the collegiate athletics market. As MD, Commercial, David applies a dedicated customer focus to Levvel's world-class delivery model and product offerings.
Maurice Walker is a Director at Levvel. He has advised global corporations on how to maximize business value by capturing and leveraging actionable data to increase revenues, enhance the customer experience, and/or reduce operational experiences and time to market. This is accomplished by engaging various aspects of the business and technology organizations to provide and effective business case, and managed the entire process from solution-building, legal and financial modeling, as well as delivery management. Maurice currently lives in Kennesaw, GA with his wife, Chantel, and is the father of two sons—Marcus and Malcolm.
Rick Doten is a cyber risk management thought leader with over 30 years of experience in the IT industry, the last 23 focused specifically on cyber security. Rick has worked as both CISO of multinational company and a management consultant performing risk management and risk engineering to mature customer security and privacy programs.
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