Glen Ackerman


Glen is a founding board member and Board Chair of The Autism Community in Action. (TACA) a 501(c)(3) foundation. He also currently serves on the Regional Orange County Board for GenNext and as advisor to SprintRay. Glen was involved in the IT services business for 30 years. For 16 of those years he was CEO of Integration Technologies, Inc. (ITI), which he founded with his wife Lisa in 1987. In 2000 ITI’s mapping division AnySite was acquired by Thompson and Associates and in 2004 ITI’s system integration business was acquired by Dyntek. Glen left to form a new business, Baseline Systems. In 2006 Baseline Systems was acquired by inhouseIT. Glen became CEO of inhouseIT and it’s SaaS division Nuvotera in 2009. Nuvotera was acquired by J2 Global in 2015 and inhouseIT was acquired by CalNet Technology Group in 2016. Glen graduated from the university of California Los Angeles where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology.

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