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Chuck Orrico

Executive Vice President
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Orrico is a co-founder of DYOPATH, a board member and currently serves as the company’s Executive Vice President (EVP). He is responsible for leading strategic growth initiatives across both sales and marketing. Orrico has more than 35 years of experience in helping clients develop business solutions through IT strategic planning, information management and technology investment. Today, his entrepreneurial spirit and keen business acumen have helped DYOPATH maintain its focus on quality, which has resulted in improved business operations for its clients. His leadership is grounded in mentorship, business growth and client satisfaction. His passion for DYOPATH comes from the culture, values and working with “A” players.

Orrico’s hometown is Springfield, VA. Prior to his current role of EVP, Orrico was an Original Founder and CEO of DYONYX, which merged with Single Path on March 1, 2020, to create DYOPATH. Before co-founding DYONYX in 1996, Orrico worked 12 years at Hays Information Management, a multi-billion-dollar information management company with global operations. There, he held a variety of senior management leadership positions in sales, operations, technology and finance.

Orrico and his wife currently reside in Cypress, TX. He has three children, two grandchildren and three dogs. Outside of work, Orrico enjoys golf and listening to the podcast “Good to Great” by Jim Collins. His favorite quote is, “If you could erase all the mistakes of your past, you would also erase all of the wisdom of your present. Remember the lesson, not the disappointment.”

Orrico attended the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX on a four-year golf scholarship and received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 1984. As a firm believer in community service, he and his family support critically important causes such as Children’s Advocacy Center of Houston (CAC), Boys and Girls Country, Love 146, Salem Ministry Missions and College Golf Fellowship. He has served as the Past President of the Board of Directors for The Children’s Advocacy Centers of Texas www.cactx.org.