Alison Andrews Reyes is a start-up executive and founder with 20+ years of experience in enterprise software across several industries including business intelligence, web development, and information security. She is currently COO & founder at Dezignable.com, a B2B technology-enabled service platform for commercial and residential design. Ms. Reyes co-founded Dezignable in September 2014 and is responsible for all technical, financial and operational direction of the business.
Previously, she served as President and CEO of Vigilant, Inc. from 2005 – 2013. Ms. Reyes grew Vigilant over 7 years from a self-funded start-up to a 65-person organization successfully acquired by Deloitte in May 2013.
From 2002 to 2005, Alison Reyes was VP of Professional Services and Support for e-Security, Inc., a provider of security information & event management (SIEM) software. She has also served in senior executive roles at eGrail, Inc. and MicroStrategy, Inc.
Ms. Reyes holds an AB from Dartmouth College in Engineering Sciences.
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