David Stathis is the vice president of information technology (IT) at America’s Charities. His role focuses on planning and implementing technology initiatives across the organization. Through developing and executing information security policies and procedures, he ensures that America’s Charities meets current security best practices. David manages security audits for external clients to meet their security requirements and implement changes if necessary.
Since coming on board at America’s Charities, David has been focused on modernizing the IT infrastructure. He provides technical expertise and IT project management on various projects. One of these projects included leading a database migration project, moving from a legacy database to a modern system with increased security and functionality.
David spearheads the IT strategic and operational plan to address ongoing data maintenance, including a plan of data recovery, continuity of operations, and timely restoration of service after a system failure.
Prior to joining America's Charities, David worked for nine years at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. He led technology initiatives within their internet safety and outreach programs. In this role, he evaluated, procured, and implemented new technology solutions and managed several external websites, overseeing their ongoing development.
David holds a Master of Business Administration from James Madison University and a B.S. in Information Technology from George Mason University.