Donnell A. Davis, Sr.

M.B.A., M.S.

Mr. Donnell A. Davis, Sr. is the founder of Hedge America Connected iDevices Corporation, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based startup founded in 2015 that designs, patents, and markets various devices that leverage the Internet of Things (IoT) landscape.

In this capacity, he oversees corporate social responsibility, all strategic decisions, brand strategy and manages all company’s financial operations. Mr. Davis also served as a U.S. Federal government employee for 21 years. He contributes to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (V.A.), Department of Justice (D.O.J.), and Department of Defense (D.O.D.).

Mr. Donnell A. Davis, Sr. is currently a senior analyst and deputy director of the V.A. Credit Reform Staff in Washington, D.C., responsible for all aspects of the housing and life insurance financial resources programs, including managing a $600+ billion housing asset program, appropriating budgets over $200 million, and directing financial aspects of a $1.2 trillion insurance program.

His proven track record demonstrates the ability to examine operations, introduce innovative strategic solutions, and present opportunities that often improve efficiencies and competitive performance. Specifically, he has led nationwide economic impact studies (e.g., P.L. 116-23, Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2019 –Home Loans) and has coordinated with U.S. Federal government senior officials regarding the advancement of the U.S. President’s technology agenda ( This ultimately led to his filing and granting various patent applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

Experiences & Excellence

Mr. Donnell A. Davis, Sr. has specialized experience in market research, financial analysis, business case development, value propositions, product development, and intellectual property in the U.S. Federal government and private sectors. He acquires a keen understanding of business/investment objectives and preparing materials that

  • support the organization’s core business
  • illustrate economic viability for manufacturing/marketing
  • describe the utility for target markets

Mr. Donnell A. Davis, Sr.’s background in the financial and business development communities, coupled with graduate-level training in business operations and the computer environment, provides him with the technical competencies required in new and highly complex emerging industries.

He currently holds five U.S. patents with several other patents pending and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and two separate Master’s degrees in Business Administration (M.B.A.) and Computer Information Systems (MSCIS).