Bahamas Power & Light (BPL)
Dr. Donovan Moxey is a proven Business Executive and Technologist with a strong background in electrical engineering, microelectronics, and materials science, with over twenty years of experience working in the technology industry including new business start-ups, funded technology research, and a large multi-national firm. Dr. Moxey is an experienced entrepreneur with an established track record of success and experience in new business development, information technology (IT), operations, project management, strategic analysis and planning, product development, product marketing, complex negotiations, strategic selling, and positioning high-tech start-up companies for investment. Dr. Moxey has experience and expertise in technology commercialization, executive management, developing national and international strategic alliances and partnerships, building management and cross-functional teams, Information Technology (IT) infrastructure design & deployment, and software development.
Dr. Moxey currently serves as Chairman of the Board at Bahamas Power & Light (BPL), and is responsible for leading strategic planning for the organization in the areas of fossil fuels and renewable energy generation, network resilience planning, internal resource development and capacity building, and ensuring that The Bahamas is well positioned to receive the lowest cost and most dependable electricity service possible.
Dr. Moxey also serves as Chairman of The Bahamas’ Technology Hub Committee, an initiative sponsored by the Office of the Prime Minister with the goal of establishing the technology industry as the third pillar of the Bahamian economy.
Dr. Moxey is President and Co-Founder of CBI Mobile (Bah) Ltd, the owners of MobileAssistTM, an innovative mobile application that is designed to strengthen and personalize communications and commercial interactions between businesses and their customers.
Dr. Moxey also serves as President & CEO of Integrated Business Solutions (Bah) Ltd. (IBS), a custom software development, and IT consulting services company. IBS is focused on providing custom web and mobile application solutions, and consulting services specific to IT infrastructure planning, wired and wireless network engineering and deployments, project management, and strategic IT planning.
Dr. Moxey has served as an Adjunct Professor at The University of The Bahamas and North Carolina Central University. He is a former Board Member for the Triangle Community Foundation (2005 – 2012), one of the largest community foundations in North Carolina and the Southeast (~$150M+ in assets). He served as a consultant (2002 – 2010) for the Ewing Marion Kaufman Foundation’s Fast Trac TechVenture program, and as a Master Facilitator and a content author for the program’s training materials. Dr. Moxey currently serves as a Master Facilitator of the Fast Trac TechVenture Program in the Office of Technology Transfer at Emory University in Atlanta Georgia. He served on the Board of Directors of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED) for eight years (2000 – 2008); one of the largest entrepreneurial membership organizations in the United States.
Dr. Moxey has received a number of recognitions and awards for his impact and leadership in the Research Triangle Park entrepreneurial community. These include the CED Chairman’s Service Award in 2003, being recognized as a Business Leader in the Triangle by the Raleigh News & Observer, a personal profile in FastCompany magazine, and a recipient of the Council for Entrepreneurial Development Fast Tracker of the Year and Up & Comer Awards in 1999. Dr. Moxey was also a founding member of the North Carolina Initiative for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (NCIIE), an organization comprised of influential business leaders focused on shaping public policy for the benefit of North Carolina entrepreneurs.