Entrepreneur, public servant, child advocate, wife, mother…
Suffice it to say that Vicki Mayo has been on a mission of making a difference in the lives of a broad spectrum of people. That mission has led her to a cofound The Touchpoint Solution™, a cutting edge tech company that brings TouchPoints™ to the masses. TouchPoints™ are a non-invasive wearable device that overrides the body’s fight or flight system eliminating stress and anxiety. Additional applications include enhancing performance, relaxation, calm, focus, and aiding in falling asleep.
Prior to starting TouchPoint™, Mayo served in variety of roles for Arizona State Government as Chief Transformation Officer and Deputy Assistant Director for the Department of Economic Security. She had previously been appointed Deputy Director of the AZ Dept of Child Safety by Governor Doug Ducey.
Mayo has enjoyed a successful entrepreneurial business career. Prior to her appointment by the Governor, she assisted in growing Valor Global into an international company with approx 1,000 employees in three continents. Valor Global is a leading Managed IT Services, Call Center and Service Desk Provider for SMBs and Fortune 500 companies. Prior to Valor Global, Mayo started and owned a national hotel management company, Mayo Hotel Management, LLC.
Mayo has over 15 years of experience in various roles in child welfare, such as supporting the efforts of the Court Appointed Special Advocate program (CASA) as well as creating a camp for foster siblings and Co-founding the Keys to Success Program which focuses on foster youth aging out of the system. Previous to that, Mayo was a foster parent of two boys who had been abandoned by their parents.
Raised from humble beginnings, Mayo is the daughter of parents who immigrated to the U.S. from India. Raised in Sedona, AZ, she now resides in Scottsdale with her husband, Simer, and their two biological children. She was born in Ringgold, Georgia.