VisionLink is honored to welcome yet another resident specialist to our ever-growing VisionLink team. As the new Disaster Product Manager for VisionLink, Aaron comes from an extensive and distinguished background. As a former member of the New Jersey Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (NJ VOAD), Aaron coordinated Hurricane Sandy and Irene response efforts for Mormon Helping Hands. As the project manager for Crisis Cleanup, an open source collaborative work order management platform, Aaron has helped connect more than 230 organizations and 40,000 volunteers to more than 11,000 families needing assistance after 15 disasters in four countries, producing an astonishing $26 million in value for disaster survivors.
Prior to moving to VisionLink, Aaron was also General Counsel and Chief Privacy Officer for Identity Finder. Aaron has spent seven years as the Privacy Fellow for the Washington DC policy institute Liberty Coalition. There he helped develop Privacy Commons and NationalIDWatch.org, empowering individuals to recover from identity breach and theft. As an attorney he specializes in internet, technology, privacy, and corporate law and has consulted organizations on legal requirements, risk identification, risk management, and developing a corporate culture of privacy.
Aaron Titus’ work has been covered in countless newspapers and news media outlets, including the Washington Post, New York Times, Forbes, the Wall Street Journal, The Associated Press, ABC, MSNBC, and NPR. He has testified before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs. Aaron Titus received his J.D. from the George Washington School of Law, and his undergraduate degree in Architecture from the University of Utah. Aaron is a proud husband and father of six children, with his and his wife’s seventh child arriving in early 2015.
Aaron's addition to VisionLink underscores our philosophy in hiring only the best minds to complement our award winning software. Please join us in welcoming Aaron to our proud family.