Vekter Management was founded in 2017 with the idea to open UAV education (both hands on and academic) and career paths to the masses.
Revolutionize the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Industry
Introduce the drone industry to the masses
Provide unsurpassed service, entertainment, innovation and education in the aviation industry
Vekter is unique, in that it is one of the few training providers that works past the FAA certification process and can provide career counseling and placement services.
FAA part 61 Certified Pilots
FAA part 107 Certified Pilots
50 years combined aviation experience
VA Certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business (SDVBO)
100% Veteran owned business
Jae S. Brown is a transformational Leader and "Innovation Gap" Warrior Dedicated to Changing the World through Inspiring Other Innovators!
Mr. Brown has over 15 years of leadership experience that spans the public, private, nonprofit and startup sectors. His programs have impacted billions across the globe. He is currently the CEO of Vekter Management, LLC, an unmanned aerial technology firm working in the areas of training, career placement and entertainment. As a leader and member of the executive team, Mr. Brown develops and manages strategies for fundraising, business development and operations.
Mr. Browns industry experience includes serving as the President of the Drone Racing division at a startup drone company. As a member of the firm's executive team, he helped to raise millions of dollars in investment capital while leading the growth of several divisions within the organization.
Prior to working with the startup, Mr. Brown served as the department head for Emergency Management at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. He was responsible for managing the system-wide emergency operations program. He also served as the lead of a state-wide biosafety committee where he helped implement policies in more than 100 hospitals throughout Georgia. As an Emergency Response Coordinator with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, he authored a national emergency response plan that was enacted through a Presidential Order. He also oversaw emergency operations for over 300 facilities across the US.
Civically, Mr. Brown is passionate about closing the technology "Innovation Gap" in minority communities. He currently serves on the founding board of the Harriet Tubman School of Science and Technology (a school that will teach children computational learning and coding from elementary through high school grades. He has also served on the boards of several institutions focused on underserved communities to include: the Auditory Verbal Center, the United Way of Atlanta's African American Partnership Board and the Urban League Young Professionals of Greater Atlanta.
Jae's awards include Atlanta Business Chronicle's 40 Leaders Under 40, Georgia Trend Magazine's 40 Leaders Under 40, Urban League of Greater Atlanta Rising Star Award, CDC Outstanding Citizen and CDC's Ambassadorship Award. He is also an alumnus of Leadership Atlanta's LEAD Atlanta (class of 2010).
Jae earned an MBA from Cornell University and Queens University, an MPA from the University of Georgia and holds a dual Bachelor of Science degree in Urban Public Policy and Urban Economic Development from Georgia State University.
Anthony Davis is a proven innovator in the startup community with over 15 years of leadership in diverse arenas. Currently, he is the COO and founding partner of Vekter Management, an unmanned aerial technology firm working in the areas of training, career placement, and entertainment. Through his leadership as an executive for multiple startups, Mr. Davis has helped raise millions of dollars in funding, developed new divisions, and worked on several major projects that have spanned across all areas of business operations.
Prior to founding Vekter Management, Anthony was the Chief Business Development Officer for a Startup Aerotech company where he developed and managed relationships with clients who committed to contracts that more the doubled the organization’s revenue numbers.
Anthony is a 10-year Veteran of the US Army, where he served in enlisted and commissioned officer leadership assignments culminating in his final assignment as a Company Commander for a training unit. As a public servant, Mr. Davis was a critical part of our nation’s emergency preparedness apparatus. He ran the Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program for four states, coordinated preparedness exercises nation-wide, and managed the funding and operations for public health outbreaks, disasters and other incidents of concern. Internationally, Mr. Davis was a leader in CDC’s response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. He served as the lead Public Health Advisor to several nations including Ukraine, Georgia (EU), Armenia, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, where his actions helped secure the safety of over 10 million people.
His civic activities include being a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.; serving in the Military Officer’s Association; the Alzheimer’s Association; and sharing his knowledge of public health through the CDC Speaker’s Bureau.
Mr. Davis completed a BS in Biology from Virginia Union University (so hard to be a Panther) and Excelsior College. He has earned two additional degrees, a Master of Public Administration from George Mason University's Schar School of Policy and Government and a Master of Science from Central Michigan University with a focus on International Health Policy.