Mr. McCleneghen has over 25 years experience as a management consultant with specialization in enterprise applications, IT strategy, Supply Chain and program management. He specializes in executive level strategic consulting and program management for large and medium-sized enterprise information systems transformations. Mr. McCleneghen is the founding partner of Millennium Technology Partners and has held consulting positions with Price Waterhouse and Accenture. While at Accenture he held numerous leadership positions including Managing Partner for the SAP Practice within the Communications and High Tech Business Unit in North America, and Supply Chain Service Line Lead for Communications and High Tech Western Region in North America.
Mr. McCleneghen graduated from Wabash College with a B.A. in Economics in 1980 and from Purdue University’s Krannert Graduate School of Management with an M.S.I.A. in 1981. He is also recognized as Certified in Production and Inventory Management by the American Production and Inventory Control Society (APICS). He has been a
Mr. Stone has 30 years experience in Chief Executive Officer and executive management team experience in two successful worldwide companies. He is current President and CEO of Overhead Door, a $700 million global manufacturer of door and automated entrance systems.
Prior to Overhead Door, Mr. Stone served as President and Executive Vice President of Inotek where he grew revenues from $6 million to $40 million of this distribution and service company. His operating background includes managing sales, marketing, engineering, distribution channels, supply chain, manufacturing, finance, customer service and outsourced services on a global basis. Mr. Stone received a BA degree from Texas Tech University.
Mr. Biltz, a 28 year veteran of the Healthcare Industry, was most recently Senior Vice President of Operations for the Texas region of Tenet Healthcare where he had management responsibility for $3.6 billion in revenue and 21 hospitals. He has also been CEO of small hospital chains at AMI Houston and HCA Wesley. He has managed all aspects of hospitals of all sizes, as well as medical centers and medical clinics. Mr. Biltz received a Masters degree in Health Care Administration from Trinity University.
George Fisher has held several sales and management positions since joining Pepsi in 1979. He was Vice President, US Field Sales and Franchise Development for Pepsi-Cola, the $4 billion refreshment beverage unit of PepsiCo Inc. in the US and Canada. Previously, he built the US Walmart team, Pepsi-Cola’s largest customer. Under his leadership, Pepsi sales grew to over $1 billion in 2004, for which the team won several awards from Walmart as a top supplier.
Mr. Fisher is an active industry member and has served on several boards including the National Association of Convenience Stores, International Mass Retailers Association and the Mid West Grocers Association. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing from the University of Missouri-Columbia and attended advanced executive development at Harvard Business School.
Mr. George Chase currently served as Group President and Chief Operating Officer for Fujitsu Network Communications, Inc., a provider of Optical Equipment to the Telecommunications and Cable industry from 2002 to retirement in 2013. With more than 40 years of experience in the telecom industry, Mr. Chase oversaw the company’s operations, engineering and development, product planning, product marketing and sales divisions. His communications career began with 16 years tenure at AT&T Network Systems where he had a number of assignments of increasing responsibility. He went on to Rockwell Transmission Systems, Inc. to serve as Director of Product Management, Central Region Sales Director and Vice President of Sales.
In 1990, Mr. Chase joined Fujitsu Network Transmission Systems, Inc. as the Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, responsible for all transmission and switching product sales, business management and marketing. When Fujitsu Network Communications formed in 1996, Mr. Chase was appointed to an identical position within the new company. In April 1997, he was promoted to the position of Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. He left Fujitsu to join Hook Partners, a Dallas-based Venture Capital firm, and returned in 2002 to assume the position of Group President and Chief Operating Officer.
Mr. Chase served on the board of the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS), a United States based body accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) that is committed to rapidly developing and promoting technical and operations standards for the communications industry. He is also was member of the Lamar University Engineering Advisory board.
Mr. Chase holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Lamar University and an MBA from Oklahoma City University.