Daniel Levine

Daniel Levine is the Chief Technology Officer for MMI. An IT professional since the early 1980s, Daniel leads MMI in our attempts to continually expand our technological capabilities in response to evolving possibilities and increased consumer expectations.

As a futurist, Daniel helps propel MMI into new and emergent technology, from machine learning and augmented intelligence to best practices around data and data architecture, software development, testing, and systems infrastructure. As a passionate and innovative leader, he does so while striving to maintain direct connection to our mission for everyone involved in MMI’s technology.

In his role as Chief Technology Officer, Daniel oversees all internal and external IT projects, including application and web development, systems administration, business intelligence, employee desktop support, and more.

Prior to joining MMI, Daniel owned and operated an IT consulting company focused on data architecture and content automation in the early days of the web. He received his PhD from Rice University in 2014.

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