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John Fleming - Co Vice President

John Fleming

Vice President – San Bernardino

Since 2004, John’s business, K12.IT, has been designing, implementing, and managing technology systems for underserved schools in and around multiple east-coast cities including Philadelphia, Trenton, NJ, and Washington, D.C. HopDial Phone Systems was formed in 2012 as a complementary business and is now operating in many states. With a focus on technical integrations, HopDial integrates phone systems with mass notification and access control systems across a dozen states.

Before owning and operating his businesses, John was involved with a startup based in Arlington, Virginia. For them, he managed the implementation and deployment of redundant, high-availability systems used for life- saving operational communication as well as public notification for entities including the United States Army, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency, Pennsylvania State Police, Delaware River Port Authority, the City of Philadelphia Police, Fire, and Emergency Management offices, and Washington D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department, among many others.

As a Philadelphia native, John has been volunteering with several groups on the east coast since the late 1990’s focused on supporting families affected by child abuse, children or adults with developmental or physical disabilities, and animal welfare & rescue. In 2001 John became a certified firefighter/EMT, serving as a volunteer with Springfield Ambulance Association, then with Wyndmoor Hose Co. No. 1. Today John remains an active first responder and continues to serve on the executive board of the 115-year-old fire department as financial secretary.

John is a proud supporter of Tree House Books, a giving library providing free books, literacy programs, and after-school activities to disadvantaged families in North Philadelphia. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he joined FACTTC as an ambassador and is a board member of the Asian Business Association of the Inland Empire (ABAIE). Currently, he also volunteers with the Eastvale Chamber, Operation Community Cares, and other community organizations.

Born and raised near Philadelphia, John now resides in Rancho Cucamonga with his wife, toddler, and dog-daughter. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Drexel University and studied project management at Villanova University. John also had the unique opportunity to participate in the Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses program, which he credits for much of his success.

 

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