Key Personnel

David W. Dunn
Chairman and CEO

David Dunn is founder, Chairman and CEO of VC3 where he has been responsible for building the company since 1994.  His vision and execution at VC3 have been instrumental in helping the company to continue to grow.

David has been actively involved in the technology industry for over 25 years. Prior to founding VC3, he served as a developer, project leader, and manager for a leading Unix systems vendor. Throughout his career, he has had significant experience as a developer and project leader for multiple systems, software development efforts, and as a manager of database application development and system support groups.

David is a member of the State of South Carolina Workforce Development Board and a member of the Board of Directors for the South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Math.  He graduated magna cum laude from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer and Electrical Engineering.

Sandy Reeser
President

Sandy Reeser joined VC3 in 1998 as Vice President of Systems Services.

During his tenure, VC3's IT services have steadily expanded to include Cloud Computing Services, Technology Assessments and Security Audits, Disaster Recovery Services, VOIP Solutions, Computer and Network Services, Network Design, Configuration and Optimization, Internet and Data Center Services, K-12 Academic Services, and E-Government.

Prior to VC3, Sandy worked for the world's leading data warehousing solutions provider for over a decade. During this period, his concentration included Manufacturing Automation, CAE/CAD Design, Information Systems and Systems Testing. He has also served as the manager of a Unix and NT Systems Test organization.

Sandy is an active member of the Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce, serves as a member of the University of South Carolina Partnership Board, and is a recipient of a Community Service award from the City of Conyers, Georgia.  He graduated magna cum laude from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science in Computer and Electrical Engineering.