Dave Marver is CEO and Co-founder of VICIS. He previously served as CEO of Cardiac Science Corporation, a NASDAQ-listed company with over 600 employees.  Dave also spent fourteen years and held a variety of senior leadership positions in the US and Europe with Medtronic, Inc., a medical technology company, and at one time was their youngest Vice President at age 31.  Dave is a graduate of Duke University and has an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA.  He has served on the Medtech Advisory Board for the World Bank’s International Finance Corporation (IFC), the Health Sector Advisory Council at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, and has guest lectured both at Duke and UCLA’s Anderson School. Dave currently serves on the Investment Committee for the W-Fund at the University of Washington, and the Boards of Directors for VICIS, Marine Construction Technologies, and Cirtec Medical Systems.

“Sports are an important part of society. They bring us together as communities and help kids build character.  I’m proud to lead the great team of engineers and medical professionals at VICIS as we work to make sports safer and keep athletes in the game.”