David Ross has worked on first Computer and then Network Systems for over 20 years starting in High School. Mr. Ross grew up in the Northern Virginia Metro Area and after graduating from Yorktown HS in Arlington, Virginia went on to earn a degree in Computer Engineering from Capitol College in Laurel, Maryland. After graduating, Mr. Ross worked on a project for the Long Island Railroad to create the first outdoor based audio/visual system for Visual and Hearing Impaired Commuters in compliance with the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act. Mr. Ross went on to help create a start-up company which developed a NASA patent on a new type of Flat Panel Display. Both the Proof of Concept and First Prototype were developed in Baltimore, MD. Mr. Ross joined the CollegeBound Foundation in 2006 as the Technology & Data Manager. Responsible for the Foundation's IT and mobile solutions, Mr. Ross provides all of the direct technical support for all of the Foundation's efforts. Mr. Ross has been the Project Manager for several database and website projects. He earned his Project Management Professional (PMP) certification in 2018.