Kirby J. Winters is a leader in product application development and information technology security with executive positions across numerous industries. Kirby’s experience in higher education, telecommunications, legal and health technology systems has proven to provide beneficial results to Winter Media’s clients in the C-suite.
Kirby currently sits on the boards of two startups. LawTake is a Los Angeles based legal startup changing the way we think of legal services conceived of and led by a dynamic person named Suzanne Natbony. CrowdCams is a real-time mobile video streaming platform set to lead the way in managing, monetizing and distributing crowd sourced mobile video which is the brain child of Chuck Napier, a successful maverick in the wireless and internet industries.
Prior to founding Winter Media, Kirby was co-founder, chief operating officer, and chairman of the board of Solar Velocity, LLC. He directed the operations and IT initiatives of Solar Velocity and provided his considerable expertise to the company’s technology strength. Under his direction, Solar Velocity’s team of design and development experts provided interactive solutions and creative processes to maximize clients’ business growth. Kirby exited Solar Velocity after a successful sale of the firm to a larger company in 2011.
Kirby consulted directly with Solar Velocity clients, including AT&T Wireless, AFLAC, LegalZoom and Morehouse School of Medicine. In 1999, Winters was at the forefront of internet technology services for more than 10 years. He managed a variety of internet and system development organizations within the telecommunications, retail, and banking industries. While working at GTE Wireless (now Verizon Wireless), Winters was responsible for development of the company’s first e-commerce program.
Winters holds a business degree in Marketing from the Goizueta School of Business at Emory University.