Don Anderson is part of the Advisory Board, helping guide the team's decisions.
Don is a founding member of Intellas and served as a senior technology consultant, project manager and analyst on a wide range of projects. He has been an expert in database and data handling issues for over 35 years. He has worked on such projects as an Intelligent Medical System for NASA, developing a concept for a next generation war game for the United States Air Force, and a web portal for the Future Farmers of America National Headquarters. He has also conducted workshops, seminars and training sessions on a variety of technology topics from rapid application development to networking. In November 2007 he delivered the keynote address at the 11th International Conference on Computer Games in La Rochelle, France on the topic “Google: Games, Gadgets and Gears.” He keynoted the 10th International Conference on Computer Games in Louisville, Kentucky in July 2006. His topic was “Training with Flair: A Major Role for Serious Games into the Future.” He also keynoted the 1st International Conference on Advances in Information and Communications Engineering in Accra, Ghana in August of 2005. His topic was “Bridging the Digital Divide: Linking and Closing the Gap between Advanced and Developing Economies.” He serves on the Board of Trustees of the AICE Foundation Ghana, which sponsored the conference.