Don Elledge | CEO
Don Elledge founded Edgile in 2001 and is responsible for growing the company into a leading security and risk services organization serving Fortune 500 companies. Don advises clients on security and risk issues driven by the rapidly changing technology environment, and his forward-thinking views have positioned Edgile as a trusted, strategic partner.
Lawrence Wolf | Managing Partner
As a partner with Edgile, Larry Wolf is responsible for managing client relationships across the United States. He has an extensive background with more than 30 years of experience including software development, project management, consulting management and building small firms. For the past 15 years, Larry’s focus has been in the areas of identity and access management (IAM), governance and security.
David Deckter | Partner
David Deckter, Partner, Edgile, has 19 years of financial service experience at Edgile & Deloitte and is now the GRC National Practice Lead for Edgile. Specializing in ITRM, ORM, ERM and IRM he has served numerous financial service clients around the world including Citigroup, Santander & Silicon Valley Bank.
Marvin Tansley | Partner
Marvin is Edgile’s practice manager for the Pacific Northwest as well as the Microsoft identity and access management practice leader. Marvin is deeply engaged in helping customers develop and implement IAM strategies for regulated and IP intensive hybrid enterprises. He has over 20 years of strategic development of new markets, products and implementation of complex systems worldwide with over 12 years of experience in IAM.
Geoff Hauge | Partner, Eastern Region
Geoff is the Eastern Region Partner responsible for client success in Boston-New York and surrounding areas. Geoff joins Edgile from Santander Bank, where he served as the U.S. Chief Information Security Officer and U.S. Chief Information Risk Officer. While at Santander, he led major transformation initiatives to establish cybersecurity and data protection capabilities, establishing governance, oversight and assurance programs in accordance with customer data protection requirements for Gramm–Leach–Bliley Act (GLBA) program across all U.S. entities.