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Dennis Matthews

CEO, LCD Black Box Technology

Dennis Matthews CEO 

Chairman Dennis Matthews was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and lived in an foster home before  Grand Mother found Him and They removed him to live with Grandmother  Mattie Lee Allen in Alabama at One Year of Age. He stay with Grandmother until enter U.S. Marines Oct  1977 to 1983.  MOS 3121
He was raised in Huntsville, Alabama, by his grandmother Mattie Lee Allen. Dennis over came many hardships and has become a consistent over achiever. Graduating with Honors in Electronic Engineering, and serving five years in the Marines facilitated Dennis to utilize technology and create a way to set up computer networking and video conferencing to achieve numerous goals and catapult his career.
 
The different companies and agencies that he created this technology for are: The Pentagon, U.S. Army, EPA, Federal Aviation Administration, Langley U.S. Air Force Base and the Elmendorf Anchorage Alaska AFB. He has subcontracted for IBM, Citicorp, Unisys, and many other top Fortune 500 companies and government agencies.Dennis is a board member of the NGO African Diaspora Foundation, United Nations Association, US-Africa Chamber of Commerce and the United States International Mission.
 
Mr. Matthews founded his first company LCE as a DBA in 1986 while working at the Dow Jones/ Wall Street Company as an Earth Station technician for satellite communications. LCE Newport Beach IT, Inc. was started in February 2011. The company specializes in technology and construction. It is a Small Disabled Veteran Owned Business (PL 108-193(SDVOBS).
 
A division of LCE Newport Beach IT, Inc. is D2 Health Management, LLC dba D2 Genetics and D2 Laboratories (D2) are COLA and CLIA certified laboratories with a mission to provide personalized patient care. D2 Genetics and D2 Laboratories are licensed to conduct business in every state except New York, Maryland and Rhode Island. Through molecular diagnostic testing (Next Generation Sequencing), D2 Genetics is able to accurately determine how prescribed medications are metabolized by the patient, as triggered by his or her DNA.

Dennis Matthews
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