Shawn Boutot, Founder and CEO
Todd Thomas, VP of Sales
Todd Thomas earned his BA degree from the University of South Florida and has spent the majority of his 25-year career in the Human Capital Management and Staffing Industries. As a corporate executive, Todd has managed partnership relationships with companies such as Coca Cola, Dell, Jabil, and Valpak. He has also managed OSHA Compliant Safety Programs. As a Regional Manager over the state of Florida for a large, $2 billion staffing firm, Todd was twice awarded Risk Management Region of the Year, based on his region’s safety of compliance record.
David Johnston, Director of Cyber Security
David Grootwassink, Chief Technology Officer
David Grootwassink (BSCS, MBA, PMP) has over 30 years of experience in communications technologies, security, and identity management. He started spending 6 years out as an Air Force officer involved in signals intelligence and electronic warfare; functionally red team for keeps on a global basis. Among the many awards received during his service, the most important was being decorated as the “Outstanding Contributor to Tactical Air Intelligence” during operations Desert Shield/Desert Storm.
After leaving the service, David led several identity management projects utilizing various forms of biometric identification.
Shifting into the communications industry he has developed many products for communications companies such as GTE, BellSouth International, and Illuminet. Finally melding communications and security together in both a blue team and red team stance for VeriSign and Yaana Technologies where the focus became communications security, interception, and intelligence support.
David currently holds 10 patents in the areas of communications and communications security.
Dr. Tim Petito (OD, FAAO, DNAP), Medical Advisor
Dr. Timothy Petito obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan, and earned a Doctorate of Optometry from the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, after which he completed a residency in Pediatric Vision and Vision Training. He then became an assistant professor at the State University of New York (SUNY) and Co-Chief of the Primary Care Services and Chief of the Strabismus and Amblyopia Clinic at the SUNY Optometric Center of New York in New York City. He also worked as a research scientist at Columbia Univers.ity in New York City and staff optometrist at the New York Eye and Ear Hospital.
Dr. Petito is an internationally known author and lecturer on various topics relating to ocular care. He has published several books and numerous articles in national publications and continues to serve in editorial positions. He has been the American Optometric Association’s primary representative to the Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement of the American Medical Association since 2009, and has served on the Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement’s Screening and Preventative Care Workgroup since 2008. He was inducted into the National Academy of Practice in 2009. He has been in practice in St. Petersburg, Florida, since 1989.