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Ron Noden, Chief Development Officer

Ron Noden is Chief Development Officer of Lifescale Analytics and has over 28 years of experience in business, technology and leadership. His ability to help client companies attain effective results stems from his experience in both technology and non-technology firms and projects. Previously, as a consultant to technology organizations, Ron successfully worked with over 270 companies to help them improve their bottom line results. Ron has worked with companies ranging from a few million dollars to multi-billion dollars in revenue including Modis, Comsys, Kforce, TEKsystems and Accenture.

Ron also has been integrally involved in the development of multiple startups including a near-shore sourcing operation, a Sarbanes-Oxley/risk mitigation software firm, a full fiber-to-the-home communications company for phone/Internet/video, a nation-wide technology services firm, and other technology based organizations.

Ron successfully managed turnaround situations in public and private corporations. He founded and helped create one of the fastest growing technology-based firms in Minnesota. Ron has been a featured speaker at international, national and regional conferences and events.


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He has served on for profit and not-for-profit boards, and was a co-founder and Chairman of a non-profit organization successfully serving Haiti for over a decade. Ron is married to the love of his life, Jennifer, and has been blessed with three children. He is actively involved in paying for two children in college, ministry outreach fund-raising and is an ordained minister.


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