Borton-Lawson is pleased to announce David Reese has joined our Board of Directors as an external director. Mr. Reese brings a diverse skillset to our team that includes entrepreneurial success and proven business expertise in the technology arena.
“As Borton-Lawson continues to evolve, David will be a key influence in helping us drive our technological and digital transformation initiatives forward. He is a true innovator and has the unique ability to combine his business and technology understanding to create leading edge solutions for the IT and communications industry.”Frank Joanlanne, Borton-Lawson President & CEO, Chairman of the Board
Borton-Lawson’s Board of Directors now includes Reese and internal directors Frank Joanlanne, Christopher Borton, Chris McCue, and Patrick Endler.
Reese serves as Chairman of API Systems, Inc., a leading provider of IT solutions, IT training and IT consulting services that incorporate the latest in virtual systems, network infrastructure and application support, and whose clients include
a number of Fortune 500 companies in the pharma and telecom industries. He also serves as Chairman of API Media, a digital media company whose clients include the Professional Golfers Association (PGA) and the United States Golf Association (USGA).
Reese previously served as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of ACTV Inc., a NASDAQ listed digital media company. Reese arranged the sale of ACTV to DirecTV parent Liberty Media, and Reese concluded his consulting relationship with Liberty Media in 2008.
Mr. Reese began his career with Deloitte, an international consulting and auditing organization. He specialized in the consumer electronics field and served a number of industry-leading clients, including Toshiba and Panasonic.
Mr. Reese contributes significant time and effort to philanthropic activities at Penn State, where he was recognized as the Volunteer of the Year in 2004. In 2000 Mr. Reese was recognized as an Alumni Fellow, the highest honor bestowed by the University’s Alumni Association.
Mr. Reese was the first chair of the Advisory Board of Penn State’s College of Information Sciences and Technology. Mr. Reese led a team of corporate experts who devised a program whose graduates would understand the impact of technology on business, government, social services and education in a digital, global economy. He remains an active member of the committee.
Mr. Reese is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Borton-Lawson has evolved from a small business providing general engineering services into a consulting firm delivering solutions to specific markets through technology, expertise and depth. Borton-Lawson continues to drive innovation in its client solutions by heavily investing in new technologies and other industry disruptors.
The company is aligned into three Divisions – Public & Private Infrastructure, Beyond Engineering, and Energy & Industrial. Each of these Divisions leverage technology to provide value-added solutions. Through a deep understanding of these industries, we provide client’s superior value and solutions to their key issues.