Welcome Chris Jones to DACdb

 

DACdb is pleased to welcome to our team, Chris Jones, as the VP of Marketing and Business Development. Chris comes to DACdb with a strong background in sales and marketing and we are enjoying the ideas that he has brought to us since joining on September 21, 2020.

Here is a little bit about Chris

Rotary:

  • Rotarian with perfect attendance since 2001
  • Started in Rotary as a Charter member of the Rotary Club of Catonsville-Sunrise, MD, in District 7620
  • Served as club President of the Lake Norman-Huntersville Rotary club in 2008-09
  • Served as a District Governor to District 7680 during 2012-13
  • Served Zone 33 as an Assistant Rotary Public Image Coordinator during 2013-16
  • Served as the District representative to the Council on Legislation in 2016
  • Served Zone 33 as the Rotary Coordinator during 2016-19
  • A member of five Rotary Fellowships, and served IFMR-NA as President during 2016-19
  • Is a Major Donor and Bequest Society Member

Professional:

  • Most recently worked with Rise Against Hunger as their Director of Program Revenue
  • Owned several small businesses focused on Marketing, Sales, Consulting, and Real Estate
  • Global Director of Channel Support for Prometric, a Computer-based Testing company
  • And worked for a couple of Fortune 500 companies as District Manager

Personal:

  • Married to Colleen since 1997
  • Two adult children, Riggs and Tyler. Riggs is married and has a son
  • Hobbies include travel, motorcycling, boating

 

What is Chris most looking forward to with DACdb?

He says: “I have been an avid user and advocate of DACdb since 2007 when I was the Club Secretary. This system continues to amaze me in how it makes our functions with Rotary so much easier. One of my goals is to help publicize this to the many users we have, but also to the other users we would like to have using DACdb and our non-Rotary product of iMembersDB. I look at this role as an opportunity to share with so many the great membership management tool that DACdb is and how it will simplify their functional responsibilities. This should be a lot of fun!”

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