DATAMARK Names Rob Sterner Vice President and National Director

May 24, 2023

Rob Sterner

DATAMARK, the public safety geographic information systems (GIS) team of Michael Baker International, today announced that the firm has named Rob Sterner Vice President and National Director, DATAMARK. In his new role, Mr. Sterner will lead all efforts to grow DATAMARK’s client roster and expand its portfolio of local, regional, state and federal government entities that leverage GIS data for public safety and emergency response.

“DATAMARK is the go-to authority on GIS data for public safety, supporting addressing authorities, Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) and GIS analysts in the successful transition to Next Generation 9-1-1,” said Dan Kieny, President, Consulting and Technology Solutions, at Michael Baker International. “With Rob’s diverse experience and proven track record in the public safety technology space, I am confident that our DATAMARK team will continue to broaden our portfolio of business and provide valuable insights, leadership and mentorship to our clients, as well as educate, advocate and innovate, to enhance emergency number services and create a faster, more resilient system.”

Mr. Sterner joins DATAMARK with more than 25 years of public and private sector experience spanning public safety communications, technology and services, as well as county and state government legislation and administration. He spent the last 15 years primarily focused on Business Development in the public safety technology space.

Most recently, Mr. Sterner served as Senior Vice President, Business Development, at Mission Critical Partners, and before entering the public safety technology space, he served in various public sector roles, including as Project/Fiscal Services Manager for the County of York (Pennsylvania) Commissioners’ Office, Local Government Policy Specialist for the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, Executive Staff for the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry, and Professional Staff for the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from York College of Pennsylvania.

By: Stephanie McCowat

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