Clinton A. Lowe

Clinton A. LoweClinton A. Lowe, Chief Technology Officer

Clinton A. Lowe, age 39, is a co-founder of Totem where he currently serves as chief technology officer and vice president of information systems and operations. Totem provides and Clinton manages the first and only national lottery system to serve Native American tribal nations. Prior to joining Totem, Clinton was vice president of operations at World Touch Gaming, Inc. During his seven years of service to World Touch, he established a framework for submitting software to third-party testing labs for regulatory compliance, overhauled the graphic art pipeline to streamline game production, developed a productive internship program lauded by local colleges and students, and established relationships with offshore vendors to accelerate art production and reduce costs by 80%. Previously, Clinton co-founded three video game studios and produced over 40 video game titles. He has worked extensively in the casino industry developing proprietary, regulated gaming platforms for Native American casinos. Clinton has produced personality-branded projects for Kenny Rogers, Larry Holmes, Eric Bischoff, Bubba the Love Sponge, Scott Ferrall, Barry Switzer, Captain Thunder, and others. Clinton is an expert at business process improvement and has assisted his clients with both outsourcing and off-shoring of graphic art pipelines.

Clinton holds a master’s degree in business administration from Kennesaw State University, a master’s degree in computer science from Southern Polytechnic State University, and a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from DeVry University.