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data processing executive

David King Driftmier, American data processing executive. Achievements include co-founder, Microsoft Partners in Learning Program. Decorated Achievement Medal United States Navy. Elder Bellewood Presbyterian Church, Bellevue, Washington, 2002—2005; Member of Association Computing Machinery.

Background

Driftmier, David King was born on September 30, 1964 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Son of Rudolph Henry and Harriet Perkins Driftmier.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, 1986.

Career

Naval officer United States Navy, Jacksonville, Florida, 1986—1989. Exchange officer Canada Forces, Halifax, 1989—1991. Service manager Cintas, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1991—1992.

Systems engineer Promus Companies, Memphis, 1992—1995. Consultant Microsoft, Columbus, Ohio, 1995—1996, managing consultant Kansas City, Missouri, 1996—2000, practice manager Austin, 2000—2001, director Redmond, Washington, since 2001. Member, board directors Intellectual Property Multimedia Subsystem Global Learning Consortium, Inc., Redmond, 2004—2005.

Lieutenant United States Navy, 1982-1991.

Achievements

  • Achievements include co-founder, Microsoft Partners in Learning Program.

Membership

Elder Bellewood Presbyterian Church, Bellevue, Washington, 2002—2005. Member of Association Computing Machinery.

Connections

Married Sarah Elizabeth Watts, December 20, 1986. Children: Leighanna Frances, Virginia Barnette.

father:
Rudolph Henry

mother:
Harriet Perkins Driftmier

spouse:
Sarah Elizabeth Watts

children:
Leighanna Frances Driftmier

Virginia Barnette Driftmier