Manager, Information Technology
David Dauphinais is ACPM’s Manager of Information Technology. He is responsible for all aspects of ACPM’s IT infrastructure. Additionally, he is responsible for the development and maintenance of the association's websites, and oversees all technical aspects of ACPM’s annual meeting and Board Review Course. Additionally, Mr. Dauphinais manages the Preventive Medicine In-Service Examination program, which allows residents to compare their Board exam preparation level with others nationally, and serves as tool for residency programs to gauge their training with other programs nationwide.
Mr. Dauphinais has been with ACPM since February 2001, and has served in past roles as membership assistant and office manager. Before joining ACPM, he worked for Partnership for Prevention, serving as a project assistant for the Healthy People Business Advisory Council. The Council aimed to increase the involvement of the business community in the development and utilization of Healthy People 2010 objectives.
Additionally, Mr. Dauphinais worked for several years as an IBEW Journeyman industrial electrician, specializing in the preventive maintenance of large-scale, continuous web paper converting and coated adhesives manufacturing machinery.
Mr. Dauphinais received his B.A. Magna Cum Laude with High Honors in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland, College Park. He is also a graduate of the Hudson Valley Community College, having received an A.O.S. with Honors in Electrical Construction and Maintenance. In his spare time (haha), he is a coffee homeroaster and musician. He is a special effects technician for the Greater Grand Forks Community Theatre in Grand Forks, ND, and has introduced pyrotechnics and spectral illusions to the stage. He also creates technically-advanced Halloween displays for his annual haunted house, which draws hundreds annually. He is singer and guitarist, and has been in bands playing all-original music spanning a wide range of music styles. Just say "No" to cover bands.