Brad Gardner currently serves as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Dynamis and is responsible for leading the Corporate Support Group as well as our Information Technology and Compliance (ITC) Division. He assists the President, CEO, and COO of Dynamis with policy and strategy, and oversees the company’s fiscal activity, including budgeting, reporting, and auditing. He assures legal and regulatory compliance while identifying and addressing both financial risks and opportunities for the company. He oversees back office support including finance and accounting, human capital, security and compliance, internal IT, contracts, and business operations functions. He also continues to lead the ITC Division, which provides custom IT solutions, commercial products including the COBRA emergency management system, and compliance solutions built around ISO 9001 and 27001.
Brad comes from a background in Information Technology, with over 20 years supporting enterprise level incident and emergency management systems. Working alongside Federal, Military, and international First Responders and Emergency Managers, Brad has led the deployment of national level systems used by the Department of Justice, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and foreign nations including Brazil, Belgium, Jamaica, Jordan, United Kingdom, and South Africa. In this role, he has supported events ranging from the Super Bowl to Olympics and World Cups.
Brad brings his experience directly supporting customers to his position as CFO, providing a unique perspective that balances the needs of the business with the customer’s needs, ensuring the company is aligned to bring everything that Dynamis has to bear on the customer’s mission.
… be accused of pranks that he did not commit.
Family, motorcycles, cigars, red wine, hunting, shooting, soccer, whiskey and bourbon, and the great outdoors.
Rain. Cold weather with no snow. Loose cigar wrappers. Hardcoded numbers in Excel where a formula would be much better.
I hate clapping along to a song, because of that awkward moment halfway through it when the clapping kind of dies off and you are not sure if you should keep clapping, or just stop.
Give grace and room for everyone’s perspective on restrictions and safety measures, and be patient and considerate whenever you can.