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Vice President, Customer Support
Todd's involvement in the election industry dates back to our nation's
Bi-Centennial year with his very first election equipment installation in
Buchanan County Missouri (which includes St. Joseph, Missouri and the home
of Jesse James). Todd's career responsibilities eventually included over 17
years as Vice President of Customer Service for both American Information
Systems, Inc. (AIS) and ES&S. He is currently Vice President, Customer
Support at Election Systems and Software.
Todd, with his over 27 years of election industry experience, is uniquely
well-qualified to lead the ES&S Customer Support team which includes
Customer Service, Technical Support, and Election Product Sales. In
addition to Todd's Domestic Sales responsibilities he is also the National
Field Sales Manager for Canada and the Caribbean.
* Successfully managed the delivery and installation of election solutions
in over 100 U.S. counties annually from 1989 to 1994.
* Former Vice President of Customer Service and Board Member, AIS
* Company Spokesperson for ES&S since 1998
BS Business Administration, University of Northern Colorado
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