Meet The Team
Paul was born into a family of engineers and entrepreneurs. He worked in (then) cutting-edge tech in the 80s and owned companies that consulted for dotcom bubble startups in the 90s. Paul started SaviorLabs in 2013 based on a solid vision:
• To do work that aligns with his values in life
• To prioritize family and community.
• To help people to use technology with minimum waste and maximum productivity.
When not working, Paul enjoys watching science fiction shows with his family, caring for his two lovely Labrador retrievers, and spending time practicing woodworking and doing photography.
You can see more from him at https://paulparisi.com/
Don has an Electrical Engineering degree and over 20 years of both hands-on technical and management experience. He has held senior level IT Management positions at many successful high-tech companies in the Boston area. He oversees our daily operations and is passionate about leveraging technology to help organizations meet their goals. Don is an Elder at his church and an officer on his local fire department.
Mattea carries many skills to the company as a technician and the primary web developer. She is zealous about making the companies’ clients satisfied and perfecting the companies’ processes. She studied Religious Studies at Liberty University and Child Development at Mary Ann Tocio University where she was on the Dean’s List, the National Honor Society, and received high honors.
In her free time, Mattea enjoys being active with her friends and family whether she is running the latest local race or hiking and skiing in the mountains. Mattea is passionate about working with the underprivileged and her long-term goal is to work overseas with a mission’s organization full-time.
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