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Dan Kec

Director of Corporate Training
Information: I am Daniel G. Kec, a loving husband and father for over 28 years and an educator for over 8 years. I became an adjunct so that I could inspire adults and young adults to learn, just as my teachers fostered my love of knowledge. Two of my favorite quotes are “Knowledge is of no value unless you put it into practice.” – Anton Chekhov and “Knowledge is a treasure, but practice is the key to it.” ― Lao Tzu

Daniel’s Education credentials are as follows: a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology and a Master of Business Administration in Global Management. As a businessman, Daniel owned and operated KEC Solutions, Inc., a consultancy that managed, implemented, and deployed IT strategies to companies locally and abroad. The vision of the company was to provide affordable IT solutions to small-midsize firms and local governments.
Daniel G. Kec is a full time employee at a prominent health insurance company located in Philadelphia, PA for over 15 years in the IT division. His experiences range from application development, systems/network administration to project management, implementation, security, compliance and governance. His current title is Senior Information Security Risk Analyst with several additional roles.
As a member of the Project Management Institute, an association dedicated to project management, Daniel has been Vice President of Programs and Director of Development for the Education group in the Delaware Valley chapter of the PMI creating a Project Risk Management curriculum. Currently, Daniel is Director of Corporate Training.
Daniel G. Kec started teaching as an Adjunct at DCCC’s SouthEast Center campus in September 2006 and has taught Business and Computer Science courses at both the main campus and the SouthEast Center campus. He was appointed CIS Advisory Board member of DCCC in 2008 and worked on upgrading the curricula of both the networking and programming courses. Daniel G. Kec was the recipient of the “2010 Teacher of the Year Award” from the Business and Computer Information Systems Division of Delaware County Community College. Daniel started teaching Research and Statistics for Immaculata University in 2010.
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