OHIO alumnus to speak on thriving with ADHD
OHIO’s Student Accessibility Services will host a virtual presentation by alumnus Don Finley entitled “Thriving with ADHD” from 7 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19. Students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to join via Microsoft Teams to hear from Finley about his experience as a professional working with emerging technology, the Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence, and thriving with ADHD.
“Don Finley has learned to channel some of the characteristics of ADHD that he had initially struggled with into strengths to which he now attributes much of his success,” said Director of Student Accessibility Services Christy Perez.
Finley earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Ohio University’s Russ College of Engineering and Technology and is the founder of FINdustries, building and deploying custom software solutions for dozens of companies ranging from startups to Fortune 10 clients. He has worked with and advised companies both large and small, from Fortune 500 to startups.
A solution-driven product development executive, Finley aligns business and development teams to build lasting systems which provide long-term product success. He has significant expertise leading teams in diverse industries, including financial services, digital signage, vending, payment processing, and cryptocurrency. Finley founded FINdustries eight years ago and the products that he and his team have built are earning more than $1 billion in annual revenue. A change agent focused on building strong relationships across organizations to effectively deliver clean, elegant solutions in complex environments, he is passionate about bringing products to market that delight customers. Finley has an extensive background with business-to-business service and software model, providing client-facing software-as-a-service and internal service operations software in the delivery of business value.