Vancouver BC – (May 28, 2018) – BuiltSpace Technologies is pleased to announce the appointment of seven new members to the company’s Advisory Board, including Don Goldstein, who most recently served as Chief Information Security Officer at CBRE.
“We are delighted to welcome these new Advisory Board Members to the BuiltSpace team,” said President and Founder Rick Rolston. “Don’s background in cyber-security, particularly protecting large facilities portfolios, is invaluable to our growth.”
Don has over 35 years experience in IT management as CIO and security risk management, most recently as CISO at CBRE, the world’s largest facilities operator. Throughout his executive career, Don has also held leadership positions with Alexander & Alexander (since acquired by Aon), and Maryland Casualty Co. (since acquired by Zurich). He has overseen M&A IT due diligence and integration work for CBRE, including several billion dollar deals. Don has also served as an advisor to Realcomm, the largest commercial real estate technology forum. He was co-Chair of the 2012 Realcomm Conference, and helped Realcomm launch the CoRETech (Corporate Real Estate) and Cybersecurity forums.
Don holds an MBA, Finance and Marketing (Beta Gamma Sigma) from Loyola University Maryland, an MSSW, Social Work Administration from Columbia University, and a BA, Humanistic Studies from John Hopkins University. He also graduated from Carnegie Mellon University’s CISO Executive Education and Certification Program.
The other new BuiltSpace Technologies Advisory Board Members include:
For full profiles of all seven new board members, visit: http://builtspace.com/builtspace-advisors
About BuiltSpace Technologies: BuiltSpace brings digital point-of-service/sale processes, similar to the scan/bag/pay experience at retail checkouts, to the facilities services industry. We enable the collection of detailed, labour cost data, and service records across large facilities portfolios, and provide operators with visibility to all service providers, as the work is completed. Our growing ecosystem of facility operators and service providers already serves over 20,000 buildings.
For more information, visit http://www1.builtspace.com/