WORKING IN THE PANDEMIC When I wrote about our move to working from home in the last issue (Winter, Part 1), our entire company had been working from home since the spring of 2020. I reported everything was going well as far as our operations and technology. I shared some of the technologies, applications, and …
President & CEO of Texas811. Serves on the boards of directors for the Damage Prevention Councils of Texas and Progressive Partnering, Inc. Prior to this role, served Texas811 in a career of continual advancement distinguished by consistent achievements in strategy, execution, business development, and financial return. During tenure as an executive, the company has seen continuous revenue growth and received numerous awards such as the President’s Award from the Common Ground Alliance, and receiving the honor of the #1 place to work by the Dallas Morning News.
Served in The United States Air Force from 1998 to 2003 and has a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and a Master of Business Administration.
When the pandemic hit, many businesses closed down and others rushed to set up a workfrom- home infrastructure. We count ourselves fortunate that 811 was considered an essential service so we were able to continue operations alongside the many stakeholders in our industry that continued to go to work every day. We recognize that the …