Dave Moeller – CEO of Keep Technologies
Moeller’s background in engineering and entrepreneurship inspired him to launch CodeGuard, a software-as-a-service business providing website maintenance, backup, and disaster recovery solutions. It was acquired by Comodo CA in 2018.
He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with highest honors from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Additionally, he enjoys mentoring engineering students on a pro bono basis.
Early Life and Education
Early years are critical for children as they form social skills, self-esteem, perception of the world and moral outlook – all essential ingredients for healthy development and the foundations of education.
Moeller was the product of a traditional German-American family, descended from Frank and Amelia (Kreiter) Moeller who arrived in Chicago during the late nineteenth century.
In his free time, he served on the board of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and raised money for Midnight Mission – a homeless advocacy organization. Additionally, he volunteered with Canine Companions for Independence, training assistance dogs.
Dave Moeller has achieved multiple successes as a technology entrepreneur, and currently serves as CEO of Keep Technologies, which specializes in car security and safety solutions.
He has earned several accolades for his work, including Audience Choice from TechCrunch Disrupt, VentureAtlanta and ATDC/TAG CapVenture. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech as well as a Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School.
Prior to founding CodeGuard, he served as COO of Ivy Insiders, a startup SAT/ACT test preparation company which quickly grew to over $2M in annual revenues before being acquired. He is also an active mentor to numerous Georgia Tech engineering students on a pro bono basis and serves on the board for Catoosa County Public Schools District 4.
Achievements and Honors
David Moeller is a successful technology entrepreneur who founded and built CodeGuard, an innovative startup providing website backup and security services. To fund its growth, Moeller has raised over $1.8M from investors including TechCrunch Disrupt, VentureAtlanta, ATDC/TAG CapVenture, as well as the MIT Enterprise Forum.
He oversees Medtronic’s peripheral vascular group, which helps keep blood flowing to vital organs of the body. A life-saving intervention for his newborn son inspired him into medical technology and he enjoys solving health problems.
He is an honors graduate of Georgia Tech in mechanical engineering from 2002 and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School since 2008. In his free time he enjoys mentoring engineering students on a pro bono basis.
Dave is an avid golf fanatic. He’s been a member of the PGA for several years and enjoys competing in tournaments.
He is a certified master plumber with over 30 years of experience. His favorite part of the job involves interacting with customers and building relationships.
He is a lifelong learner and enjoys sharing his expertise within the industry. He has attended numerous training and educational programs, served as mentor to numerous students, and spoken at local, state, and national conferences. Furthermore, he has participated in volunteer projects with organizations like Habitat for Humanity, Montgomery County Food Bank and medical missionary work in East Tennessee.
Dave Moeller had a net worth of $49.9 million as of 1 March 2023. His holdings in Procter & Gamble stock totaling 3,546 shares at an estimated value of $5,502,672.
Moeller, an honors graduate of Georgia Tech in 2002 and subsequent MBA recipient from Harvard in 2008, has pursued a career in leadership development and finance. This passion for leadership development and business strategy was fostered during Moeller’s high school years when he served as president of his fraternity chapter.
Moeller enjoys racing cars, both professionally and amateur. He has competed at six different tracks and holds records at five of them. Aside from his professional work, he serves on 10 nonprofit boards such as ChBE’s External Advisory Board where he helped formulate their latest strategic plan.