David Sellers
IS Programmer/Analyst,
Department of Surgery

Sellers attended Clark University and obtained his Bachelor of Arts in geography with a computer science and cartography minor. He began his career in the computer field working for the Department of Employment and Training. He then worked for LaserPlot, where he created a PC based marine navigation system and CD-ROM, which stored digitized marine navigation charts used to plot a ship’s geographic location. 

After leaving LaserPlot, he worked at Colonial Gas in the IT department, where he developed his passion for application development. After leaving Colonial Gas, he had his first opportunities in the medical field at McKesson HBOC and the TJX Companies. Subsequently, he eventually joined Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

When not working, Sellers enjoys dancing and being a father to three daughters, as well as playing softball, which he has done for nearly 30 years until he had to start dialysis in 2018.