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Dave Ziozios
Director of Procurement & Compliance / PSPS Controller

Dave Ziozios is the director of procurement and compliance for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), as well as the controller for Plastic Surgery Practice Solutions (PSPS), the for-profit subsidiary of ASPS. He is responsible for acquiring all products, services, supplies and equipment, and provides leadership and direction through the management of a comprehensive and coordinated program of procurement, inventory and product control activities, including purchasing, receiving, risk management and insurance and contract administration.

In his prior role as PS2 controller, Dave was responsible for month-end close and production of financial statements for PS2 clients, as well as billing and collection activities, financial modeling and budgeting for the organization.

Prior to joining ASPS in 2018, Dave was the CEO of a national distributor of high-performance automotive parts headquartered in metro Detroit, where he led the company to exponential growth and profitability by building the executive and functional management teams, implementing technology, reducing overhead and negotiating national and exclusive agreements with domestic and international suppliers.

Additionally, he has worked as a consultant and outsourced CFO and Controller for numerous businesses in the middle market space.

He earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Central Michigan University, and has continued his professional development through Loyola, Cornell and Renaissance Executive Forum.

Dave lives outside of Austin, Texas, where he enjoys exploring the surrounding Hill Country's barbeques, wineries and distilleries. He is an avid motorcyclist, and travels the country with his partner, Ana, and dog, Buddy, to such locations as Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain National Park and the Black Hills.

Contact Information

(847) 981-5402
dziozios@plasticsurgery.org

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