The staff at RSI is made up of experienced professionals with diverse backgrounds
ranging from museum curators to software engineers.
President, David L. Edwards
Dave Edwards, founder and president, has over 30 years experience in software development. As the principal architect of
Re:discovery products, Dave has continually worked with a wide variety of museum professionals and technical
specialists since 1988 to develop the premier collections management system.
Director of Operations, Rosy Stone
Rosy Stone manages all aspects of the company's operations and client relationships.
Working with Re:discovery's Client Services Representatives, she oversees all installations,
software customization, data conversions, and training. Rosy previously worked for ten years in museum curatorial positions.
She obtained her MA in American History from George Mason University and her BA
in American History from Mary Washington College.
Director of Government Services, R. Scott Stone
Scott Stone manages client services, customization, training, and support for government
clients. Scott came to Re:discovery in 1997 from the National
Park Service where he'd spent six years as a museum technician at the Harry S. Truman National
Historic Site. There, he learned museum practices and became a regional contact
for the NPS collections management system. Scott earned a BA in American History
from Northwestern University.
Director of Sales and Marketing, Steve Richardson
Steve Richardson manages requests for software and services from both prospective and current clients.
Prior to joining Re:discovery in 1995, Steve spent 11 years as a
Project Manager, Historian, and Archivist at the History Factory in Washington, D.C.,
where he also managed the company's collections management system.
Steve has an MA in History and Public Policy from George Washington University,
and a BA in American History from the University of Maryland.