Mark43 Heads into 2023 with a New Board of Advisors

Mark43 is prepping for a big 2023 with a recent announcement of new board members.

Larry Smith
November 10, 2022
Law Enforcement Technology

Earlier this year, Mark43, a cloud native public safety software company, announced the appointment of a new board of advisors that will help position them for the upcoming 2023 calendar year. The full press release was posted on their website. We've also provided a copy of this distribution below.

Mark43 creates a new board of advisors comprised of law enforcement luminaries

NEW YORKMark43 announced the appointment of a new board of advisors, representing  luminaries from the worlds of law enforcement and information technology who will bring unmatched expertise and diverse perspectives to the challenges Mark43 and its customers face. The advisory board will work closely with the company’s executive leadership team to provide strategic counsel and guidance, and ensure that Mark43 continues to provide the ultimate in technology and partnership experience to each of its customers.

The new members of the Mark43 Board of Advisors are:

  • Zal Azmi
  • Edward F. Davis
  • Donald De Lucca
  • Kathleen O’Toole

The advisory board members include former leaders from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Boston, Seattle and Miami Beach police departments as well the former chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland.

“The Mark43 Board of Advisors is one more way for Mark43 to ensure the most innovative minds in policing are helping out customers solve the most pressing problems in law enforcement,” said Matt Polega, Mark43 co-founder and head of marketing and communications. “Mark43 works with the brightest minds in public safety. These are leaders who have navigated many complex eras in law enforcement and can bring that understanding to Mark43, and ultimately our customers. They will provide invaluable strategic guidance.”

“I am proud to continue to partner with Mark43 as the company evolves,” said former Boston police commissioner and Seattle police chief Kathleen O’Toole. “It’s impossible to overstate the value of timely and accurate data in policing. Not only does it inform our management decisions, it also helps police departments tell their stories and build trust with the communities they serve.”

“I have long been a believer in Mark43, and everyone who has made Mark43 what it is today,” said former Boston police commissioner Edward Davis. “I look forward to the opportunity to work closely with and advise their leadership team to solve the pressing challenges facing law enforcement.”

“I am glad for the opportunity to continue to work with Mark43 and to advise their management team as they expand and enter into partnerships with even more public safety agencies around the world,” said former chief of the Miami Beach Police Department Donald De Lucca.

“I am excited for the chance to work with a truly innovative public safety technology company, and to offer advice and guidance as they continue to grow and innovate,” said Zal Azmi,  a former chief information officer of both the FBI and the Executive Office for United States Attorneys. “It is critical that public safety agencies understand the intersection of technology and security, and I’m proud to partner with Mark43 to deliver for law enforcement.”

“I am pleased to be asked to guide and advise Mark43 as we work together to bring the Mark43 Public Safety Platform to even more law enforcement agencies and address the pressing challenges facing leaders across the industry,” said Sir George Hamilton, former chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland. “Mark43 will continue to support more law enforcement agencies across the world as they prioritize  21st century technology and deliver for their residents.”

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Larry Smith

Larry Smith is a journalist focused on policing, public safety, and venture capital.