Daphne Large - Data Facts
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Name: Daphne Large
Company: Data Facts, Inc.
Address: P.O. Box 4276, Cordova, TN 38088
Services provided: Background screening solutions, lending solutions, and business credit services.
Industries catered to: Banking, medical, retail, hospitality, and others.
How long with company: Since the beginning.
Education: Working toward Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Leadership, University of Memphis
Accomplishments: Data Facts has grown to a company of about 50 employees, with customers in 35 states. Of hundreds, Data Facts is one of only 33 background screening firms nationally that holds an accreditation status (from the National Association of Professional Background Screeners).
Professional Awards: In 2006, Large was named a Top Woman in Business by Memphis Woman magazine. In 2008 she was named Board Member of the Year by the National Consumer Reporting Association. Data Facts was named a Top 5 finalist for the 2011 Memphis Business Journal Small Business Awards in the 21-50 category.
Professional Certifications/Memberships: 2013 President, National Consumer Reporting Association (NCRA). Founding member, National Association of Professional Background Screeners. Member, Insight Group of the Society of Entrepreneurs. Data Facts, Inc. is a Member of multiple Mortgage Bankers Associations, Lipscomb & Pitts Breakfast Club, and multiple Society for Human Resource Management organizations.
Civic Responsibilities/Causes: Secretary, St. George’s Independent School Board of Trustees. Member, Circle of Red, American Heart Association; supports Youth Villages, SRVS, Make-A-Wish Foundation, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and the American Cancer Society. Graduate, Leadership Germantown.
Family/personal information? She and her husband Alan have a son, Trevor, 19, and daughter Heather, 12. As a family, they take several trips a year seeing the world.
What makes a good CEO? “Having a near endless supply of energy that allows you to see the big picture, set and communicate the vision and purpose, and focus on what’s most important. If you take good care of your people, then they are motivated to take care of the customers’ individual needs, and your customers will take care of your company.”