Business Development Sales Executive, Verisk Financial/Argus Information and Advisory Services Inc. (Houston)
Local Board Member, Texas
Mike Dotson is a native Houstonian. Mike’s current professional role is a Business Development Sales Executive with Verisk Financial/Argus Information and Advisory Services Incorporated. He is a value-provider of data analytics solutions and reporting that strengthen portfolios. Dotson’s prior professional experience includes the following: Financial Examiner of credit unions across the state of Texas, VP of Business Development with a credit union, and sales leadership roles with multiple banks including Capital One, JP Morgan Chase, and Bank of America. In 2018, he was recognized by First Data Corporation (now known as Fiserv) as a Chairman’s Council Winner (Top 5% of all Sales Professionals within the division of the company). Dotson believes in having a sense of humor and laughter while staying true to objective goals; he makes the journey fun and enjoyable while learning along the way from others.
He is married to his wife Anissa; they reside in Houston, Tx near Spring; they have 3 children Annise (College Senior/Pre-Med), Michael (Class of 2020), and Timothy (HS Freshman) along with a Chihuahua/Pug Mix Puppy named Max (4 years old). A member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity since December 6, 1991, he holds a bachelor’s degree in Finance from Sam Houston State, and later graduated from the University of Phoenix with an MBA. Mike’s desire to serve with PCA is to reach back to younger generations while facilitating assistance to schools, teams, coaches, and parents through education and professional experience-sharing. He is an avid sports fan (Texas teams – college & professional, Houston Astros, multiple other sports). Mike is currently pursuing his doctorate focused on remote work environments and the dependence of remote team supervisors on data exchange for project completion. A quote from Dotson: “Seek to understand the perspective of others, then to be understood by others.”