Greg Elin is the founder and CEO of GovReady, former Chief Data Officer of the FCC, and has several years experience in Compliance as Code and participation in the Open Control and NIST Open Security Control Assessment Language (OSCAL) standards.
Dayton Williams leads Operations and Policy at GovReady PBC. Mr. Williams has supported GovReady PBC’s compliance initiatives in various federal agencies and specializes in RMF compliance automation. In his spare time, Mr. Williams produces a cybersecurity podcast, DCyrpted and is a contributing writer for Brown Technical Review.
David Ampofo is a Software Engineer at GovReady PBC with extensive experience in Python. As an engineer at GovReady, Mr. Ampofo is responsible for new features, open-source contribution quality, and documentation for the GovReady PBC's codebase. Mr. Ampofo has a B.A. in Biology and Psychology from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and an M.S. in Psychology from the University of Maryland
David Vernon is the Principal of Vernon & Company, specializing in Cybersecurity, ML/DevOps, AI/ML, Cloud, & Geospatial consulting and teamed with GovReady PBC. David has supported many U.S. government & commercial efforts, such as intelligence community cybersecurity, data, & cloud innovation initiatives, including helping NGA develop & launch its ATO-in-a-Day vision & transformation.
Peter Kaminski is a software development and deployment consultant with GovReady. He has been a technical cofounder or startup coach for a number of Silicon Valley startups, and a consultant to larger enterprises, nonprofits, and NGOs. With decades of experience, he provides intelligent and experienced insight in product and service development and operations.
Ryan C. Toni is an accomplished Business Development Executive, Team Leader, and Connector with 20+ years experience across Federal, State and Commercial markets. He’s achieved an MBA focused on National Security from George Mason University, a BS in Health Policy from Pennsylvania State University, and a Cybersecurity Certification from Georgetown University.