Founder and CEO
Danny Yohannes started Spinvi in 2011 after a dozen years of direct experience supporting the federal government. As founder and CEO, Danny is deeply committed to Spinvi, its customers, employees, and other stakeholders. As such, he stays in touch with all aspects of the company, which in turn enhances his ability to makegood decisions in regards to business development and strategic partnering, corporate recruiting, corporate financial management, and the company’s future goals. Before 2011, Danny served as project manager for both small and large businesses supporting the Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), including work supporting major health systems like AHLTA and HAIMS. Danny lives in the Washington, D.C. area.
Chief Operating Officer
Paul Brown joined Spinvi in 2016 after 17 years of direct experience supporting the Military Health System (MHS). As COO, Paul oversees the company’s day-to-day business operations; identifies strategic opportunities; creates operational strategy, policies and procedures; and communicates major initiatives across the company to foster employee alignment with corporate goals. Before joining Spinvi, Paul worked in senior roles supporting the AHLTA and DMLSS DoD health systems at Acentia and Maximus, and supported the transition of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center into the multi-service Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Paul lives in the Washington, D.C. area.
Chief Strategy Officer
Greg Dyer joined Spinvi as Chief Strategy Officer (CSO) in January of 2017. He has over 15 years of leadership experience delivering sustainable top-line growth, portfolio expansion, operational excellence, and process improvement, most of that supporting programs overseen by the Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC, formerly SPAWAR). He has proven industry leadership in executing transformational change initiatives, developing leaders, and delivering sustainable results. Prior to joining Spinvi, Greg served as a Director of Healthcare Solutions at CACI International Inc., where he specialized in data services, analytics, infrastructure modernization, information assurance, and agile software development for federal healthcare systems. Greg lives in Charleston, SC.