Dominique Levin

Dominique Levin joined LogLogic in 2004 and is responsible for overall corporate strategy. Prior to joining LogLogic, Dominique was at Crimson Investments, where she was a board member and vice president of marketing for PoliVec, a security software company. Previously, Dominique managed the voice over IP business at Dialogic (an Intel company), including the industry's first VOIP gateway. Prior to that, Dominique launched Japan's first international remote access service for Nippon Telegraph and Telephone. Dominique received an MBA from Harvard Business School and graduated with distinction. She also holds a Cum Laude M.S. degree in Industrial Engineering from the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. She can be reached at dlevin@loglogic.com.

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