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Employee Spotlight

We’re always encouraging our best and brightest to reach their full potential; and lately there’s been some great opportunities to celebrate!

First off, The Data Vault is proud to congratulate our very own Michael Payton on his recent election to the PRISM International Board of Directors. He will be serving in this capacity until 2019.

PRISM International is the global trade association for information management companies, with a stated goal of “being an essential business resource for member companies, their employees, and the marketplace in the global information management industry through education, advocacy, industry promotion, and networking.” Michael has been working in the industry for the past 13 years, and is proud to be lending his expertise towards helping guide such a prestigious organization through future challenges.

We’re proud to have Michael as one of our trusted team members, and look forward to this new role enhancing his ability to serve our partner’s needs in the future.

Additionally, we have two new staff members that are joining our hard working team! Cloud backup administrator Mark Chesher and customer relations specialist Katie Finn are excited to get to know everyone in the upcoming weeks.

Mark comes to us with over 15 years of experience within the disaster recovery and data storage industry, including an education from the Kentucky College of Technology. He will be helping us develop our cloud service line and provide support to our clients in reaching their recovery goals.

Katie is a University of Louisville graduate with 5+ years of experience in the customer relations and engagement field. She will be acting as a strong liaison between our clients and the staff here at The Data Vault, ensuring that our service standards are exceeding expectations.


Please join us in welcoming these two to their new roles in our organization and Michael on his recent election!


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