Executive Vice President, Neurodiverse Solutions
Mike serves as Executive Vice President of CAI’s Neurodiverse Solutions portfolio and is committed to providing clients with value driven solutions using neurodivergent individuals. As a member of CAI’s Diversity and Inclusion Board, Mike strongly believes in the benefits that DEI brings to all of us as individuals, organizations, and communities.
Mike also specializes in providing innovative technical and business solutions to clients; allowing them to remain competitive in their marketplace. As the world and technology continue to constantly change; Mike has adopted the ContinuousNEXT mindset to develop new business models, capabilities and value streams allowing clients to be flexible and successful as business needs, cultures and consumer intelligence continue to evolve.
Prior to being Executive Vice President of CAI’s Neurodiverse Solutions portfolio, Mike held multiple positions at CAI including Executive Vice President, Vice President, and Director of Mid-Atlantic operations. Mike also previously led CAI’s consulting division overseeing a team of IT professionals and a myriad of services including IT strategy and IT process consulting. Over the past 23 years, Mike has provided services to over 100 clients in the private and public sectors.
Mike holds a Master’s Degree in Science Information Systems from Shippensburg University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University. Mike also holds a PMP certification from PMI and serves as a board member of the Technology Council of Central Pennsylvania (TCCP) and Disability:IN PA.
Mike's curated resources
Bringing automated testing solutions to the University of Pittsburgh
The CAI Neurodiverse Solutions team implemented new automated testing practices to streamline IT infrastructure management for the university.View this resource →
Lasting success for your neurodiversity program
Career mobility is essential to unlocking the full potential of neurodivergent workers.View this resource →
How an untapped talent pool can transform the cybersecurity workforce
Explore how businesses can transform their cybersecurity workforce by using an untapped talent pool of skilled neurodivergent individuals.View this resource →