Dustin R. Womble
Dustin Womble founded Interactive Computer Designs (INCODE) in 1980 while he was a junior earning a B.B.A in Management Information Systems from Texas Tech University. He graduated in 1981 with magna cum laude designation. In 18 years he grew INCODE from a sole proprietorship to a $6 million national enterprise before selling it to Tyler Technologies in 1998 and joining the company as executive vice president.
Womble is responsible for product strategy at the corporate level and has operational responsibility for the Local Government Division (Lubbock) and Courts & Justice Division (Plano). He has served on the Board of Directors for Tyler Technologies since 2005. He is also on the boards of TRUNO, Inc. and Lubbock Christian Schools.
Womble's personal interests include member of Lubbock Country Club, Red Raider Club, Row-1 (a booster-driven support organization that raises $200,000-plus annually for the Texas Tech men's basketball team), South Plains Church of Christ and Little League baseball coach.