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Introducing the Palm Beach Tech Team

on November 29, 2016 / by Joe Russo ,


As Palm Beach Tech continues to thrive, especially with the addition of the Palm Beach Tech Space & #MadeInPBC program, we need to grow our team as well. Today, we’re proud to announce the addition of Brian Dapelo & Dana Fletcher to our ranks.

 

COMMUNITY MANAGER:
dapeloBrian Dapelo is Palm Beach Tech’s new Community Manager, overseeing the Palm Beach Tech Space and MadeInPBC Program.
Brian brings a substantial amount of operational, strategy, and business development experience to the organization. He began his career in the Financial sector in roles including Financial Advisory, Trading, and Portfolio Management before starting his own investment advisory firm.
He later began a career in Management Consulting at Pricewaterhouse Coopers in New York City, where he specialized in solving the most complex strategy and operations issues for major multinational corporations. Inevitably Brian began to feel called back to entrepreneurship and decided to become an Independent Management Consultant to help small to medium sized businesses take their ideas to market, streamline operations, and reach growth goals.
Brian received his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Pepperdine University in Malibu, California and his International MBA from Instituto de Empresa (IE) Business School in Madrid, Spain. He enjoys outdoor and ocean-specific activities, including surfing, fishing, hunting, and marksmanship. He also enjoys discussing geopolitics and beating people at chess on a regular basis.

 

COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR:
2ca784aDana Fletcher is Palm Beach Tech’s new Communications Coordinator, overseeing the organization’s communications and events, including the Palm Beach Tech Meetup.
She’ll be using her experience in event management and online campaigns to strengthen our community relations, manage our social media communications and coordinate our monthly events.
Dana recently returned from living in England after graduating from the University of Leeds with her MA in Human Resource Management and the University of Florida before that. She enjoys traveling and describes herself as an avid passport stamp collector.


FALL 2016 INTERNS:
Wyatt Olsen joined us from the Finance Program at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He helped develop our MadeInPBC program while organizing budgets and finances for the organization.


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After Rich Andrews earned his Master’s from Florida Atlantic University, he put his talents to work for Palm Beach Tech. His team also placed 2nd in the Palm Beach Tech Hackathon, developing an application for the South Florida Science Center.
He was crucial at developing the Palm Beach Tech Space and many of our recent initiatives, chipping in anyway, at anytime.






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Darryl Jean joined us from the Computer Science program at Palm Beach Atlantic University. He worked on upgrading the Palm Beach Tech website with a new member portfolio and map plugin pivotal to showcasing our members and industry.






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Paul Clements developed the Global Entrepreneur Week website and maintained websites for both Palm Beach Tech and The KTCHN. He’s a graduate of the Palm Beach Code School and Florida Atlantic University.






Introducing the Palm Beach Tech Team