Our executive team brings a combined 200+ years in local government and public safety as well as
software technology and services development
Chief Executive Officer
Chuck Corbin serves as Chief Executive Officer for Lexipol, overseeing all customer-facing and operational aspects of the business. Prior to being appointed CEO, he served for three years as Lexipol’s Chief Revenue Officer, contributing significantly to the company’s growth through his oversight of sales, marketing, market development, implementation services, customer support and account management.
Chuck’s entire career has been in the software technology and services industry, where he has served in leadership roles including senior vice president of North America at RMG Networks, senior vice president of Sales and Marketing at BancTec, general manager of U.S., Latin America and Asia Pacific at BancTec, vice president of Sales at Spectrum Contact Services and vice president and general manager at Siemens Business Services. Early in his career, Chuck held sales and sales management roles at Digital Equipment Corporation, a large computer and software manufacturer. Chuck began his career in sales at IBM.
A graduate of the University of Tulsa college of business, Chuck enjoys spending time with family, travel, sports and music. Chuck is also honored to serve as a mentor to several young professionals and small business owners.
Chief Financial Officer
Manu Mittal serves as Lexipol’s Chief Financial Officer, overseeing the company’s financial operations including acquisitions, geographic and industry market expansion, and new product launches.
Manu brings more than 20 years of experience in business, serving for the last seven years as Regional CFO at Solera, a SaaS technology company that executed a $6.5 billion go-private transaction in 2016. At Solera, Manu was responsible for finance and related operations for 20+ product lines in the US and Canadian markets and instrumental in the company’s move from being publicly traded to becoming privately held. Prior to his time with Solera, Manu served as Vice President, Investment Banking at J.P. Morgan. Earlier in his career he held positions with ProLogis, Bear Stearns and Cisco. Manu’s experience in mergers and acquisitions, driving growth through multiple product lines and developing efficient processes will serve us well as we continue to scale Lexipol.
Manu holds bachelor and master’s degrees in Computer Science, as well as an MBA, from the University of Texas at Dallas and Austin. He and his family live in Dallas.
Chief Technology Officer
Dave Long leads Lexipol’s software development and technical services teams. His areas of leadership include the enterprise SaaS platform, driving innovation initiatives and ongoing improvement of business systems and infrastructure.
Dave has over 25 years of experience leading research and development teams. Most recently, Dave held the position of Chief Product Officer at FirstAware, developing an IoT SaaS platform for building safety. Previously, Dave held the position of VP of Engineering at Mutualink, developing SaaS communications and interoperability solutions for public safety. Prior to that, he served as Executive Vice President of Operations and Product Development at Taqua, VP of Engineering at Tekelec, and in leadership and software development positions at Lucent Technologies, Cadre Technologies and AT&T Bell Labs. He is an alumni of the Richardson (Texas) Citizen’s Fire Academy and the McKinney (Texas) Citizen’s Police Academy.
Dave brings a wealth of experience and expertise in software design and development methodologies. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and an MBA from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Kansas.
Chief Revenue Officer
As Lexipol’s Chief Revenue Officer, Nick Bruckner is responsible for sales, strategic partnerships and marketing, with a primary focus on driving new customer acquisition.
Nick has over 20 years of experience in sales and sales leadership. Previously, he led Lexipol’s media sales and customer success teams. Prior to his roles at Lexipol, Nick was Vice President of Media Revenue for Praetorian Digital for four years until it was acquired by Lexipol in 2019. He brings a deep passion of focusing on the customer while scaling business processes. Nick has held other leadership positions at Hip Digital Media, Indeed.com, CareerBuilder, Fisher Investments and Michelin.
A graduate of University of Colorado at Boulder with a degree in Political Science, Nick is married with three adult children. He lives in California and enjoys boating, skiing and snowboarding in the Sierra Mountains as well as coaching high school wrestling.
As the founder and president of Cordico (now part of Lexipol), David Black, PhD, leads a team of professionals dedicated to providing customized, confidential, mobile wellness applications for individuals in high-stress professions. A clinical psychologist by training, Dr. Black was inspired by the heroic sacrifices of first responders on September 11, 2001, to explore how technology can transform behavioral health for as many first responders and their families as possible.
In addition to serving on Lexipol’s Board of Directors, Dr. Black serves as chief psychologist for the California Police Chiefs Association Wellness Committee and is a founding board member of the National Sheriffs’ Association Psychological Services Group, where he also serves as the Chair of Technology and Social Media. He is an Advisory Board member for the National Police Foundation’s Center for Mass Violence Response Studies, serves on the International Association of Chiefs of Police Psychological Services Ethics Committee and on the National Fraternal Order of Police Officer Wellness Committee and Provider Evaluation Subcommittee, and is an Officer Wellness subject matter expert for the California Commission on POST.
Dr. Black’s professional experience also includes hospitals, Fortune 100 companies and other organizations. He holds doctorate and master’s degrees in Clinical Psychology from the University of Georgia and bachelor’s degrees in Psychology and Philosophy from the University of Washington.
Senior Vice President, Accreditation
Lt. Colonel Frank E. Rodgers (Ret.) leads Lexipol’s Center for Accreditation Success, leveraging 25 years of experience in law enforcement with expertise gained from assisting more than 300 public safety agencies achieve state or national accreditation.
Frank retired as the Deputy Superintendent of the New Jersey State Police in 2007 and was later appointed the first Police Director of the newly formed New Jersey State Park Police, where he oversaw the agency’s successful efforts to become nationally recognized by the Commission on the Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) and accredited the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police. Frank formed The Rodgers Group in 2008 to provide policy development experience, training modules and accreditation expertise to agencies seeking to achieve or maintain accreditation. He is a certified assessor for CALEA and the New Jersey Law Enforcement Accreditation Program and is recognized by the Superior Court of the State of New Jersey and the United States District Court as an expert in law enforcement procedures, policy, training and supervision. In November 2021, The Rodgers Group joined the Lexipol family.
Frank holds a master’s degree in Education from Seton Hall University and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.
Vice President, Human Resources
As Vice President of Human Resources for Lexipol, Kathryn Vines is responsible for recruitment, compensation and benefits, development, employee relations, and culture and engagement, as well as facilities.
Kathryn has more than two decades of human resources experience in the financial services industry, serving as chief people officer for Freedom Truck Finance, senior director of Human Resources at Texans Credit Union and vice president of Human Resources at Drive Financial Services (now Santander). Her passion is developing programs to best serve her teammates and creating a community for excellence in the workplace.
Kathryn holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Sociology from Southern Methodist University as well as the SHRM-CP and PHR certifications. She enjoys traveling with her family and is an active networker for HR and other professionals in the metroplex.