Dan is a lifelong learner motivated by helping to find solutions to the complex challenges facing public safety today. He is the founding CEO and Chairman of Lexipol, a leading policy and training systems provider. The Company was built on the premise that wide spread professional collaboration and a continuous improvement discipline would elevate all participants’ knowledge and safety. Under Dan’s leadership, the Company developed one of the first Software as a Service (SaaS) technology platforms to reach thousands of public safety agencies effectively. The Company was sold in 2014 to a private equity company allowing Dan to retire. Or so he thought.
In 2016, Dan was asked to lead a group to deploy the Veritone Artificial Intelligence platform on a secure gov-cloud environment serving governmental agencies. The technology creates a common operating platform for multiple cognitive engines to create actionable intelligence from unstructured private and public data such as audio and video media. This allows efficient review of what is becoming an avalanche of data coming into agencies. He served as President of Veritone Public Safety until the Company successfully concluded an IPO on the NASDAQ stock exchange.
He has been a regular presenter on emerging topics and technology to IACP, DOJ COPS, FBINAA, State Chiefs and Sheriffs Associations, and JPA risk sharing consortiums. He has served on numerous Boards of Directors including a role as Vice Chairman at REI.
Dan is an Eagle Scout, received a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Chapman University, was granted a certificate from Harvard Graduate School of Business in Corporate Governance, and earned a 100 ton USCG Master License with sail endorsement. Dan and his wife live on the Puget Sound with two very happy Labradors.
Board Member: 2020-Present