About Rashaad Bajwa

Rashaad Bajwa is the Founder & CEO of Integris, a premium technology solutions provider for small-to-medium-sized businesses across locations on the East Coast, Midwest, and South. Integris has served thousands of businesses as a partner in their business success through IT. Integris has been recognized on the annual MSP501 list of largest technology solution providers in the world as well as the annual Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in the world.

Rashaad is an active leader in the cybersecurity trade and professional groups, and a frequently referenced cybersecurity subject matter expert for trade organizations such as ISC2, NJBIA, NJBA, and others. His credentials include CISSP – Certified Information Systems Security Professional – one of the gold standards in information security accreditations.

In addition to cybersecurity, he is actively involved in his local community, including serving on the Board of Directors for the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce and the New Jersey Business and Industry Association.

Rashaad also founded the ApprenticeIT program, an experiential learning program where students are taught the latest in IT skills, bridging the gap between education and employment. It is one of the first Department of Labor Registered Apprenticeships for IT Generalists in New Jersey.

Rashaad is the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2017 David Sarnoff Award for Advocacy and Community Engagement, the 2018 MCCC Foundation Spirit of Education Award, and the NJBIZ Digit-Tech Innovator 2021 Award.

Rashaad also has a passion for green energy. Rashaad founded the nonprofit NJCleanDrive in 2008 and has been at the forefront of promoting electric vehicle infrastructure in New Jersey since. Integris has been recognized by the NJ DEP as a leading participant in the Drive Green New Jersey program with one of the largest fleet of Chevrolet Volts and other plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles in the state. Rashaad also serves on the Board of Keep Middlesex Moving, the regional Transportation Management Association covering Central New Jersey.

Prior to his role with Integris (formerly Domain Technology Partners), Rashaad held positions at Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals and American Cyanamid Corporation (later sold to American Home Products, then Pfizer/Wyeth).

Rashaad is a graduate of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ, and currently lives with his wife and three children in Monroe Township, NJ.