From the Desk of our New Executive VP & Chief Delivery Officer, Chris Robinson

When we started Semper Valens five years ago, I was honored and humbled to be appointed the Chief Technology Officer and fulfilling one of my early professional goals. Coming from a large company, I had fought against the notion that advancing my career would mean I would need to move completely into management, the CTO position allowed me to retain and use my technical skills while also being a senior leader in an emerging company by creating policy, and mentoring engineers, functional staff, and young leaders. I am grateful for the leaders that have impacted my professional career and their commitment to my professional goals and their continuing mentorship.

In my role as the CTO, I was grateful for the exposure I had into all the facets of our operations. The insight broadened my professional development in ways I had not considered. As with most small companies, senior leaders wear multiple hats, and ours is no different. Over the past year, my focus started shifting to the operations of the company, and I have found the change a whirlwind of emotion, but mostly exhilarating.

“A day without learning is a day wasted. There is so much to learn and so little time to learn it.” – Albert Einstein

I am humbled and blessed to have had opportunity to be the Chief Technology Officer and now the opportunity to take what I learned throughout my career and apply core fundamentals to my new role as the Chief Delivery Officer.

I look forward to working with and for our team of engineers, logisticians, installers, trainers, program managers, talent acquisition, security and contract specialist, along with our executive leaders as Semper Valens Solutions continues to flourish.