When things go wrong, dig deep and try to understand why it happened. This commitment to continuous improvement separates great engineers.
Vice President of Business Development at Verodin
Degree(s) at UMD:
- B.S. in Electrical Engineering at University of Maryland College Park, 2004
Degree(s) at Other Institutions:
- M.S. in Systems Engineering at John Hopkins University, 2007
In addition to his position as Vice President of Business development he currently serves on Advisory boards for the University of Maryland’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and for National Retail Federation. He is also a member of the Forbes Business Development Council. He is a startup advisor for MACH37 Cyber Accelerator. He has gained experience in Corporate and Business development and product development with his time at Endgame. He also has experience as a group technical lead and a senior systems engineer at The MITRE Corporation and L3 Technologies respectively. Lyndon also has several publications ranging from Cloud Security to simplifying data management to enable rapid decision making.