Mike Gatewood, Chairman
Mike is Chairman and majority shareholder of AtPoint. He was the majority shareholder and Chairman of E-Services Group (Jamaica)
which was formed in 2000 and grew to 4,300 employees before being sold to ACS in 2009. E-Services formed the foundation of what
is today Conduent. Mike founded Delta Card Services which was sold to Woodforest Bank in 2001 and in 2011 returned to serve as
Chairman until its' sale to Paysafe in 2017. In addition to AtPoint, he serves as Chairman of United Energy Group, Paysafe
Associates, Mirand Response Systems, Inc. and Park Ten Capital. Mike is an Advisory Board member of the Navy SEAL Legacy
Foundation, Board Chairman of the Boys and Girls Endowment Foundation, Advisory Board member of Arbor School, and of the
Wichita State University Alumni Foundation.
Linsy Goodson, CEO
Linsy is the CEO & Managing Corporate Counsel for AtPoint and for Mirand Response Systems, Inc. She manages the compliance policy for
a team of professionals including legal, quality assurance, regulatory compliance, legislative affairs, litigation defense, corporate
governance and enterprise risk. Linsy earned her law degree in 2005 from South Texas College of Law and her BBA, Cum Laude, from
Texas A&M University in 2001. While earning her law degree, she clerked at the Federal Court of Appeals and was an active
participant in Moot Court where she later won the Best Oralist Award and a semi-finalist in a nationwide competition. She is a
member of ACA International, RMA, Texas Bar Association, Katy Bar Association and is admitted to practice in the State Bar of Texas
and Federal Southern District of Texas. Linsy enjoys running and judging moot and mock trial competitions for current law students.
David Fullwood, Chief Technology Officer
Mr. David Fullwood has over 30 years of experience in implementing technology solutions for fortune 500 companies worldwide. He has served in executive leadership positions for the last 20 years and has been responsible for directing strategic growth through information technology and customer management. Mr. Fullwood started his IT career at ICL in London, England and work for several other IT providers in technical support roles before migrating to Jamaica in 1993. He joined e-Services Group in 2000 and under his tenure, e-Services grew to over 4,300 employees in Jamaica and St. Lucia. In his last role as Chief Information Officer, he assisted in building the company's business both domestically and internationally by implementing scalable and reliable technology platforms that allowed substantial growth. After serving 10 years at e-Services Group International, the company grew to being the largest English speaking outsource provider in the Caribbean. He later went on to start Fullgram Solutions in 2010 and is now pleased to serve as the Chief Technology Officer for AtPoint. Through technical innovations, clients have enjoyed improved up time and cost benefits. This is a guiding principle that drives the team.