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Personnel Moves

Dallas CASA Names Influential Leaders from Dallas Mavericks, Fidelity Investments, and AT&T to Board

Plus, real estate tech firm ResMan names new CEO, City of Sachse promotes two, and Gig Wage expands team.
By Preston Rios |
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ResMan

Michael Dunn

Michael Dunn, Chief Executive Officer

Michael Dunn has been promoted from COO to CEO at property management SaaS company ResMan. He assumes the role from Paul Bridgewater. Dunn joined ResMan in 2019 as chief technology and product officer. He was previously chief technology officer at Stack Sports and Match Group.

Education: Southern Methodist University (MBA), The University of Texas at Austin (B.A.)

 


City of Sachse

Lauren Rose, Assistant City Manager

Lauren Rose

The City of Sachse has promoted Lauren Rose to assistant city manager. She previously served as the city’s director of strategic services. As the first to assume this role, Rose will help the city manager develop, plan, and implement city goals by directing departments including finance, parks and recreation, HR, IT, and communications.

Education: Syracuse University (MPA), Austin College (B.A.)

David Baldwin

David Baldwin, Finance Director

David Baldwin previously served as assistant director of finance for the City of Sachse, where he managed the City’s budget process, conducted long-range forecasting, and monitored legislative activities, among other responsibilities. Now, he will now lead the department.

Education: University of Washington (B.S.)

 

 


Bradley Arant Boult Cummings

Dennis Daniels

Dennis Daniels, Senior Attorney

Dennis Daniels joins Bradley with more than a decade of experience defending clients in multimillion and billion-dollar disputes in state and federal courts nationwide. He previously practiced at Fee, Smith, Sharp & Vitullo.

Education: University of Michigan (J.D.), Georgetown University (B.A.)

 


Gig Wage

Kristen Blum

Kristen Blum, Senior Director of Strategic Brand Initiatives

Kristen Blum joins Gig Wage to lead a department that will launch the company’s first consumer product, set to release early next year. Blum will also lead the Gig Wage GreenHouse accelerator program. Most recently, Blum was the head of business development for LTK, growing the site from a team of 25 on-site employees to a fully remote organization of more than 350 employees.

Education: Southern Methodist University (BBA)


Whitley Penn

Matthew Reiter

Matthew Reiter, Director of Audit

In addition to his new role, Matthew Reiter is the partner in charge of Whitley Penn’s Plano office, and the technical resource and quality control partner for the firm’s audit practice. He focuses primarily on the technology, healthcare, manufacturing and distribution, logistics, and professional services industries.

Education: Texas Tech University (MSA, BSA)


Board Appointments

Dallas CASA

Cynt Marshall

Cynt Marshall, Chairman

Dallas Mavericks CEO Cynt Marshall will chair the board of Dallas CASA, a nonprofit addressing child abuse. Marhsall worked for AT&T for 36 years, beginning as an operator in San Francisco, and in 2018, Marshall became the first African American woman working as a CEO of the NBA.

Education: University of California, Berkeley (B.S.)

Scott Orr

Scott Orr, Vice Chair/Chair-Elect

Scott Orr has been a member of Dallas CASA’s board for eight years and is vice president of government relations and public affairs with Fidelity Investments. He also serves on the boards of local organizations such as the Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Regional Chamber, North Texas Commission, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce and Texas Ballet Theater.

Education: Harvard University (MBA), Abilene Christian University (BBA)

Corey Anthony

Corey Anthony, Immediate Past Chair

Corey Anthony serves as the chief diversity officer and senior vice president of human resources for AT&T. He also serves as a board of director for Junior Achievement.

Education: Texas A&M University (B.S.)

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