Board of Directors
Our Board of Directors has decades of experience, passion, and industry expertise to shape the future of Arreva and its Online Fundraising and Donor Relationship Management platforms.
Meet Susan Packard Orr
Susan founded Telosa (formerly named TRAC, Inc.) in 1986. Prior to starting Telosa, Susan worked as a programmer at Health Computer Services at the University of Minnesota and as an economist at the National Institutes of Health. Susan is currently Chairman of the Board at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and is a trustee of the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health and the Packard Humanities Institute. In the past she has served on a number of other boards, including Stanford University and Hewlett-Packard Company. Susan holds an M.S. in computer science from New Mexico School of Mining and Technology, and both an M.B.A. degree and a B.A. in economics from Stanford University.
Meet David Blyer
David founded DonorCommunity after a long and successful career as a technology executive and entrepreneur. In 1994, he co-founded Vento Software, a provider of packaged vertical business intelligence applications. Blyer served as CEO and president until November 1999, when Vento was acquired by Chicago-based SPSS. After the acquisition, he served as President of the company's Enabling Technologies Division. Prior to Vento, Blyer held executive management and sales positions with Graphical Information, NCR and several other leading technology firms. He is active in community affairs, serving as a member of the Young Entrepreneur's Council at Nova Southeastern University since Sept. 2006 and on the university's Blue Ribbon Scholarship Committee. Since November 1998, he has been a Director of DryClean USA.
Meet Frank Horkey
CPA Managing Partner of Horkey and Associates Frank began his career at Touche Ross, (now Deloitte Touche) a "Big 4" international public accounting firm before founding his own firm. Horkey has taught courses on accounting, auditing, and taxation issues, and has published articles on a diverse array of tax, accounting, and auditing topics. He is a member of the Broward Workforce Development Board and Chair of its Audit Committee and also co-founder of the "One for the Kids" Program (a mentoring program that matches business people with students). Throughout his professional career, Horkey has been active in community education initiatives, including ten years as a member of the School Board of Broward County Audit Committee and three years as Chair of the Sunrise Chamber of Commerce Education Committee. He also served on the Broward Education Planning Initiative, which was the first countywide effort to address school overcrowding.