Management Team

Qnectus’ management team has extensive experience in innovative IT technologies. This, complimented by material managerial skillsets in entrepreneurship, investment banking, and international business, provides Qnectus with a solid foundation from which to pursue a dominant position within both the domestic and the international markets for cloud computing and related services.


Peter Danby, President

Mr. Danby is the President and Chairman of Qnectus and an adjunct professor in the Department of Finance at the University of Delaware. Mr. Danby earned a B.S. (Summa Cum Laude) in Finance at the age of nineteen, after only four semesters of study, and also holds an M.A. in Political Science and International Relations and an M.S. in Finance, all from the University of Delaware.

Anthony George, Chief Operations Officer (COO)

Mr. George is the Chief Operations Officer at Qnectus. Mr. George is formerly a Senior Analyst for Murray, Devine & Company—a full-service business valuation and financial advisory firm. At Murray, Devine, he served the valuation needs of many leading private equity investors. Mr. George graduated with a B.S. (Summa Cum Laude) in Finance, after only six semesters of study, and a M.S. in Finance from the University of Delaware. He also pursued graduate coursework in Financial Economics at the University of Pittsburgh.

Andrew Kulp, Vice President of Managed Services

Mr. Kulp is the Vice President of Managed Services at Qnectus.  Prior to joining Qnectus, Mr. Kulp managed a sole proprietorship, Reliable IT Solutions, where he delivered IT solutions to small business from several different industries.  Prior to forming his sole proprietorship, Mr. Kulp was a Project Manager at Beacon Technologies, where he managed several small business accounts by performing IT support and maintenance.  He also served as the IT manager for Morphotek, a Biotech company, which was later acquired by Eisai Corporation.   Through his previous experience, he acquired the complete technology skillset necessary to successfully manage a wide range of IT tasks from critical server projects to basic PC support.