Chief Information Officer and Vice President David Stackhouse joined ONEIL in 1994. As CIO, he is charged with ensuring technology is aligned with the organization’s mission and its business objectives. He has implemented technologies for internal infrastructure, network integrations, and data security to accommodate a variety of customer needs.
Under his leadership, ONEIL has achieved ISO 27001 certification for its Information Security Management System (ISMS) and is compliant with other standards such as NIST 800-171 and the Center for Internet Security controls. ONEIL has been the recipient of multiple industry awards for its vulnerability management and overall security posture.
As ONEIL Vice President, David provides support to the CEO and assists in the management of the company’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) to ensure not only its overall sustainability but also its viability as a recruiting tool for growth.
David joined ONEIL when he was hired from a temp agency as a computer support specialist. At the time, he was one of two people in tech support. His rise through the company took him from the service desk to IT Supervisor, Manager, and Director, and ultimately to CIO and Vice President. He has been responsible for all aspects of the technology function at ONEIL including local datacenter and cloud infrastructure, high-availability hosting, data security, and the software development life cycle. He studied Computer Engineering at Wright State University, is a Mensa member, and has held several technical certifications throughout his career.