VP, Elections Operations at Everyone Counts
James Simmons is a technology and operations leader with deep expertise in building, deploying, securing and supporting complex systems in highly-regulated industries and environments. As VP, Election Operations he is responsible for the Project Management, Professional Services, Information Technology, and Security teams. Before joining Everyone Counts, James’ career was spent in the defense, supply chain and legal services industries. His work includes: creating and leading the IT department for the multi-billion dollar MRAP armored vehicle fleet’s Middle East operations; building an enterprise SaaS platform used by over 50 of the Fortune 500 companies to manage their global supply chains; architecting and running the most complex distributed combat simulation ever developed by the U.S. Army; and most recently leading product development in a company disrupting the legal services market. James received his Bachelors in Computer Science from Harvey Mudd College, is certified in project management (PMP) and IT service management (ITIL), and is a recognized expert in cybersecurity and information assurance.
The Rise of Factory-built Housing: Episode 2
Modular builders have taken the art of prefabrication to an entirely new level, where entire rooms with insulation, plumbing, and electric wiring are made in a factory. These rooms (called “modules”) are transported to a building site and then stacked next to and on top of one another to form a home in days. In the Hamptons, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and other major cities, it’s now possible to build a beautiful modern home modularly for as much as 50% the cost of building with local contractors.
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