Paul G. Lewis
Paul Lewis is a passionate serial entrepreneur. He is the founder of four companies, two of which he took public and two were strategically acquired by Fortune 500 companies. His first company, MC² Corporation, was formed while Lewis was a senior in college. The firm provided technical solutions to global corporations, named among the "INC. 500" list of the fastest growing privately held companies, and was strategically acquired in 1999 by a Fortune 500 company. His next venture, Getgo-Mail.com, successfully raised sufficient capital to build a fully functional unified messaging device based on patented intellectual property before going public. Next Lewis became President and CEO of CardXX, a technical manufacturing company that used its patented process to build the world's first NIST Level-3 rated smart RFID credit card. Lewis next founded PG Lewis & Associates which became a national leader in computer forensics and was involved in many sensational litigation matters before being strategically acquired by a Fortune 500 company in 2006.
He has been featured numerous times on CNBC-TV, MSNBC-TV, FOX-NEWS, NJN-TV and a number of other broadcasts as an expert in emerging technologies, and has authored many articles for Forbes, Fortune, INC., and others. He is a former member of Cisco Systems' Steering Committee and Novell's Advisory Board. He was named "Young Entrepreneur of the Year" for United States National Region 2 by the Small Business Administration, appointed to the "Forty under 40" list of most influential business people, recipient of the Mass Mutual "Blue Chip" award for overcoming significant adverse business conditions, and was twice named a finalist for "Entrepreneur of the Year" by Ernst & Young. He is a frequent lecturer on entrepreneurialism at many of the nation's top business schools and universities. Lewis is active in the global Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) and is a mentor to other entrepreneurs. Mr. Lewis received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University and is the recipient of the University's Pinnacle Award which formally recognizes and acknowledges the contributions and achievements of its most distinguished alumni.
Lewis resides with his wife and four children in New Jersey.