Curt Doman started his first computer company at age 12 and has been a prodigious serial entrepreneur ever since. Curt serves as Chief Technology Officer of Progressive Leasing, a company he co-founded in 1999 and which was sold to Aaron’s, Inc., in 2014. Curt currently serves on the Aaron’s Board of Directors.

Curt founded his first company, SoftArt Computer Design, in 1984 while still in junior high school. Curt joined the mortgage document preparation startup International Document Services, Inc. (“IDS”) in 1993. He was the owner and President of IDS until recently, when he sold IDS to The Reynolds and Reynolds Company. In 1994, Curt and his business partners acquired Checkstop, LLC. Curt performed the duties of the company’s Chief Technology Officer until it was sold to DFC Global Corp. in 1999.  In the midst of successfully operating and developing these companies, Curt graduated in 1996 from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Arts in Finance.

Curt’s passion for cycling began at the age of 13 when he spent four weeks riding with his mom from Mexico to Canada.  Since that time, Curt has not only competed in races throughout the country, but cycling has also become one of his family’s favorite past times.  He enjoys riding for recreation with his wife Alisa and his four children.  He also has found great satisfaction as a ride leader in his children’s cycling leagues.