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Whit King, RCDD

Project Manager and Infrastructure Consultant





Whit is a proven leader with 40 years of experience in project creation, design and deployment, governance, and management of IT services and systems. He excels in design and production planning for aviation, municipal, educational, convention center, and commercial projects. Whit’s client relationship-focused skills enable him to consistently excel in delivering projects in the technical arena, which he has exhibited during his tenure with Moye. Whit served as technology services project manager for Terminals B and E under DFW Airport’s TRIP program. He was instrumental in defining detailed construction phasing, ensuring American Airlines most critical communications room remained 100 percent operational during construction. Whit achieved synergy among airport employees, stakeholders, airlines, tenants, consultants, and contractors with a systems integration strategy that aligned construction tasks in a logical fashion while meeting each contributor’s timeline.

Prior to joining Moye, Whit had a successful career with NEC, holding a series of positions with increasing responsibility. Whit’s final role with NEC was as the director, IT compliance, security, and risk office. He was entrusted to develop an IT security strategy for the North American continent and implement it across 15 major business units. He developed strategic Summits for 50 to 150 people and served as the North American liaison to Japanese-based leadership. Prior to this role, he was director, internetworking technologies services. Whit reduced operating costs from $25 million to $17 million and created a centralized organization that improved service level agreements by 24 percent via cost reductions and a 47 percent increase in customer satisfaction. Additionally, Whit served as senior area manager of operations, NEC Business Network Solutions. Under Whit’s leadership, revenue grew 400 percent, while simultaneously increasing profits from 10 to 28 percent in his assigned territory.

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