Board Leadership in Chicago

The Chicago chapter of SIM is one of the largest chapters in the association with more than 200 members. SIM Chicago provides a unique opportunity to interact with thought leaders throughout the technology and business fields and to join peers in giving back to the industry and community.

The Board of Directors is comprised of nominated business and technology leaders from the Chicago community, focused on sharing their time and talents in growing the association and value of membership.   Each brings decades of experience to enhance the community of leaders that SIM exemplifies.  

Board of Directors 2019 - 2020

Alwin Brunner

Rick Merrick

Kevin Rooney

Tom Behnke

Susan Malisch

Mark Griesbaum

John Svelnis

Wayne Bulmahn
VP, Programs

Ellen Barry

Bill Rochell


Dan Vonder Heide

Don Schmidt

Ron Mathis

Dean Haacker

Patrick Johnson
VP, Membership

Gail Holmberg

George Wang
VP, Marketing

Tim Waterloo
VP, Philanthropy

John Fisher

Greg Hubbard

Paul Corning

Laszlo S. Gonc

Mark McGee

Jane Prugh

Kathie Koch

Simona Rollinson

Alwin Brunner
Board Role:  President
Senior Vice President & CIO, Heidrick & Struggles

Alwin Brunner holds the position of Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Heidrick & Struggles, world’s most established Leadership Company. Alwin leads the technology strategy and solutions to support Heidrick’s global business. In addition Alwin oversees Heidrick’s knowledge management function.

Prior to joining Heidrick & Struggles, Alwin held several senior positions at the Adecco Group. Alwin Brunner was appointed Chief Information Officer for all Adecco business in North America in early 2004. Prior to this, Alwin held the Chief Technology Officer position for all of the Adecco Group and in this position and prior positions he was an operational leader. Most notably, Alwin lead the internal Adecco IT service companies, providing IT services to Adecco businesses in Europe, Asia Pacific and the Americas.

Prior to joining the Adecco Group, Alwin had several years of experience as an interim manager and as a consultant, managing several transformations and change projects for larger and public commercial organizations.

Alwin holds a business administration degree from the Polytechnical Faculty of Rotterdam. He is married, has two children and is a sailing enthusiast.


Rick Merrick
Board Role:  President-Elect
CIO, TCS Education System

Rick Merrick is the CIO for TCS Education System in Chicago, a system of 5 colleges with 7000 students in 13 locations around the country. With a team of 50 IT professionals, he is responsible for strategic planning of IT initiatives as well as day to day operations, which includes everything from datacenter operations, telecommunications, business applications and desktop support.

Previously, Rick worked as Director of IT for K12 Inc. and Director of Business Applications for Cardean Learning Group. Rick holds of Bachelor’s degree from Case Western Reserve University and is a graduate of the SIM RLF program.


Kevin D. Rooney
Board Role:  Chairman
Executive Partner, Gartner

Kevin D. Rooney is an Executive Partner at Gartner, focused on advising today’s technology and business executives on strategy and innovation to enable them to more effectively lead their organizations through change and challenge.

Prior to joining Gartner, Kevin has been an entrepreneur, CIO and Chief Strategy Officer. He co-founded Expert Interview, developing the first “Interview As A Service” leveraging the gig economy to enable companies to make better hires. Prior to Expert Interview, Kevin was the Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Information Officer for American Access Casualty Company (Access), a high-growth non-standard auto insurance company based in Oakbrook, IL focusing primarily on the Hispanic market in Illinois and the southwest.

Before beginning his career in the early 90's as a consultant with Arthur Andersen Business Systems Consulting, he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems from the University of Notre Dame, where he graduated magna cum laude.

Mr. Rooney also served as the Treasurer for the board of trustee for the Chicago Waldorf School (, and his interests include spending time devoted to his son and daughter, playing and coaching volleyball, and golf.

Tom Behnke
Board Role:  Treasurer
Director IT, Kellogg Company

Tom Behnke is Senior Director IT for the Kellogg Company. Mr. Behnke leads the company’s infrastructure and service management functions that span global network/data communications, IT service management tools, IT financial governance and software asset management. He has a proven track record of pushing past the status quo to deliver outstanding business outcomes by reshaping what is possible with both his direct and indirect teams.  For Kellogg Company, Mr. Behnke is helping lead the company’s charge to transform its legacy infrastructure services to the cloud, while deploying next generation technology solutions along the way.  Tom joined the Kellogg Company in 2015 with over 15 years of IT leadership experience in both consumer packaged goods and pharmaceutical sectors. Prior to joining the Kellogg Company, Mr. Behnke served as the associate director IT for Kraft Foods Group, Inc., overseeing all aspects of information technology, including network and communications infrastructure. In addition, Tom serves as a board member for the Chicago chapter of the Society of Information Management. Mr. Behnke has a MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Science in Physics from Loyola University Chicago.

Susan Malisch
Board Role:  Trustee
CIO, Loyola University Chicago

Susan Malisch currently serves as Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Loyola University Chicago. In this capacity, Susan is responsible for developing and implementing the University’s information technology (IT) strategic direction, and IT services that support student learning, research and teaching, administrative processes, and public service.

With over 30 years of implementation and operations experience in Information Technology (IT), Susan has provided technology leadership for a variety of strategic projects including mergers and acquisitions, IT governance and program management, and business strategy transformations. Prior to joining Loyola, Susan has held technology leadership positions at Novell, Cambridge Technology Partners, UCLA, NSC Systems Group, Inc. and Southwestern Bell Communications.

Mark H. Griesbaum
Board Role:  Trustee
Managing Partner, Affinity4U

Mark Griesbaum is currently the Managing Partner, at Affinity4U. Formerly Senior Vice President of Business Operations at TCS Education System (TCS ES). Mark oversaw marketing, admissions operations, instructional design, student management, information technology, international services, and the learning management system for online-blended programs of TCS ES affiliates, which includes The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Pacific Oaks College, and The Santa Barbara and Ventura Colleges of Law. Mark joined TCS ES as President of TCS Online in 2010.

Prior to joining TCS Education System, Mark was Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Cardean Learning Group. Prior to Cardean, Mark was Chief Information Officer at Career Education Corporation.

Mark’s award-winning leadership was acknowledged by Computerworld Magazine, where he was recognized as one of Computerworld’s "Premier 100 IT Leaders 2006."

John Svelnis
Board Role:  Secretary
Business Relationship Director, US Foods

John Svelnis is currently a Business Relationship Director at US Foods. In this role, he owns the relationship between the National Sales organization ($12B in revenue) and IT for the firm. This responsibility includes ownership of multiple supporting systems, delivery of key projects, prioritization of incoming IT requests, cross-functional coordination, and broadly maximizing the return of IT investment on behalf of the National Sales team.

Previous to this, John held multiple leadership positions at US Foods including Director Strategy & Planning, owner of several $10M+ programs, and Program Manager of $30M transactional system conversion project. Additionally, John built and led an internal Management Consulting organization, owned all IT deployments to the 70 distribution centers and rolling stock (5500 trucks) and built out the firms first IT PMO from the ground up.

Prior to joining US Foods, John held various delivery roles at two consultancies, Bauhaus Technologies and The Revere Group.
John holds both a Bachelors and Masters of Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois at Champaign, Urbana, and Masters of Business Administration from the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago.


Don Schmidt
Board Role:  Programs
Former VP-IT User Services, Briggs Healthcare

Don Schmidt was the Vice President of Information Technology at Briggs Healthcare. His primary responsibilities for this role encompassed a wide variety of strategic business and technology initiatives built for and aligned with the business. Don’s most significant recent achievement was the transformation of resources, technology and system ownership from IT-owned enterprise solutions to cloud-first business-owned solutions. The transformation delivered business solutions while providing the business with a richer ownership of its own technology.

Don holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, TX. Don maintains an active membership in the Society for Information Management, Chicago Chapter where he is on the Board of Directors as Vice President of Membership. Don also is a guest lecturer at Loyola University speaking on the disciplines of Project Management.

Dan Vonder Heide
Board Role:  Programs
Director for IT Services, Loyola University Chicago

Dan is a director for Information Technology Services at Loyola University Chicago. He is responsible for the development, implementation, and maintenance of the University’s networks, server operations, and data center facilities, as well as client support. In addition, Dan provides leadership for the teams that govern budget services, and performance management, and has led a variety of strategic projects for the University. A member of the Loyola team for more than 30 years, he currently leads a department of approximately 30 IT professionals.

Dan holds a Bachelor of General and Integrated Studies with a focus on communications and management, and a Master's Degree in Human Resource Management, both from Loyola University Chicago. Dan is a graduate of the SIM RLF program. He is also an adjunct faculty member at Keller Graduate School of Management and Loyola University Chicago.


Wayne Bulmahn
Board Role:  VP, Programs
CIO, Unite Here Health

Wayne Bulmahn is an IT business doctor. For over 25 years, he has helped heal and re-build IT organizations, transforming them from reactive firefighters to proactive teams that solve business problems, ensure customer success, and enable growth.

He is the Chief Information Officer at Unite Here Health, a $1B labor management trust fund focused on providing high-quality, affordable health care to participants. Wayne also serves on the Board of Directors for the non-profit Illinois Technology Foundation, a premier organization focused on the successful transition of technology students from academia to the workplace

Previously, Wayne served as Director of Service Delivery and Strategy for Acxiom IT (now Ensono), a global infrastructure services company. There he oversaw customer success, solution strategy, and the effective delivery of over $54M in annual services for a Fortune 250 client. Before Acxiom, he served as Director of Technology for Sidley Austin, a $1.5B global legal advisor. He led a hands-on transformation of IT strategic planning, architecture, and service delivery to help enable global growth of over $700M. He also helped build and lead CIO advisory and solution strategy practices at Donnelley Enterprise Solutions, LANSystems, and Evernet.

Wayne has a Master’s Degree in Telecommunications from DePaul University and a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering from Valparaiso University.

John Fisher
Board Role:  Philanthropy
President, rethinking IT

John Fisher is President and Founder of rethinking IT, a firm that works with IT and Business Leaders who want to transform their organizations. Based on over 30 years of experience applying technology solutions to critical business problems, John has developed a successful approach to helping organizations select the appropriate technology strategies and solutions to improve their business.

Previously, John served as Chief Value Officer of NET(net), Inc. an IT optimization firm that helps clients enhance the overall effectiveness of their key IT supplier relationships and achieves on average a 30% savings on IT spend through effective and focused negotiation techniques

John served as Chief Information Officer of SmithBucklin Corporation, the world's largest association management and professional services company. He joined SmithBucklin in 1996 as the company's first CIO, and directed the company's information technology (IT) resources as well as its technology investments. He led a number of critical technology initiatives, including the implementation of over 70 ERP systems, John also held senior IT management positions at CNA Insurance Companies, and Continental Bank.

John was named one of the Premier 100 IT Leaders for 2006 by Computerworld Magazine, and in 2002, the Windy City Chapter of AITP selected John to receive their CIO of the Year award. He is one of the founding members and past president of the DePaul CTI Alumni Association and the CDM Leadership Council. In 2003 he received DePaul's Alumni Champion Award. John is a member of the Society for Information Management (SIM), the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) and the Illinois Technology Foundation. He is a frequent speaker at industry events on topics such as negotiations, leadership and running IT as a business. John is an adjunct faculty member at DePaul University, where he teaches graduate level courses in IT Strategy, Social Media, Negotiation, Leadership and Project Management.

John holds an M.S. in Computer Science from DePaul University, a B.S. in Communications from Southern Illinois University.


Tim Waterloo
Board Role:  VP, Philanthropy
President, Oak Enterprises

Tim Waterloo is founder and President of Oak Enterprises, located in Glen Ellyn, IL. Founded in 1984, Oak Enterprises provides quality IT consultants and direct hire search services to Chicago’s major corporations who emphasize quality, value and strong relationships.

In addition to SIM, Tim is a member of the Association of Information Technology Professionals and TechServe Alliance, the national voice of the IT consulting industry. Tim is a past President of the TechServe Alliance Board of Directors.

Tim earned a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Jerrold Martin
Board Role:  Marketing
Formerly Vice Chancellor/CIO, City Colleges of Chicago

Jerrold Martin formerly was Vice Chancellor/Chief Information Officer for City Colleges of Chicago. Martin is an experienced Information Technology Executive whose personal brand is ‘Raising the ROI in Technology’. He has a career leading Innovative IT Solutions, Operations, and Security.

Mr. Martin’s has had a Distinguished Career with Exelon Corporation, where he has progressively advanced and held positions which included: Vice President, IT Enterprise Solution; Vice President, IT Infrastructure, Operations and Security; VP of ComEd IT; VP of IT Utility Solutions, and Director of Client Services.

Prior to joining Exelon in 1998, Mr. Martin held multiple IT senior management positions at both Ameritech (SBC) and Accenture. Positions included Senior Marketing Manager Database & Applications, IT Customer Relations General Manager, and Manager Field Support.

Mr. Martin holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from Roosevelt University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Business from Eureka College; former President Reagan’s alma mater. Mr. Martin has been an adjunct professor of MBA programs at Roosevelt University.

Mr. Martin resides in Frankfort, Illinois, with his wife and two children.


Greg Hubbard
Board Role:  Marketing
Director of Engineering, Moda Operandi

Greg Hubbard is a Director of Engineering at Moda Operandi, the premier online designer retailer. Greg is responsible for building and leading the Chicago office for the New York City based Moda Operandi.

Greg has experience in companies ranging in size from startups to Fortune 1000 in various industries (Insurance, Credit Reporting, Marketing, Education and Financial Services). In addition to leadership roles, he has been a hands on technologist from the engineer to solutions architect level. He has also been a leader for Agile transformations. He has a Master’s degree in Information Systems from DePaul University and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Computer Science from Southern Illinois University.

George Wang PMP
Board Role:  VP Marketing, Referrals
CMO, Peterson Technology Partners
Interim COO/CIO, Arx Nimbus

George Wang is a business technology leader, innovator and translator, having held senior roles in both technology and business areas. He implemented multiple technology "firsts" in wireless telecomm, insurance, financial services, healthcare and education. His 25+ year journey through startup, mid-cap and Fortune 500 firms has given him a broad industry perspective of the common as well as unique business and people challenges in enabling technology transformation and innovation. During the second half of his career, George has been passionate about implementing change in the social good areas of education and healthcare, something that every human is entitled to regardless of socio-economic class.

George is currently Chief Marketing Officer for Peterson Technology Partners and interim COO and CIO at Arx Nimbus, a Cybersecurity software startup that mathematically quantifies risk, using regulatory frameworks, into financial terms. Previously he was Cluster CIO for the State of Illinois, focused on our Students (K-12, Community Colleges and Universities). Prior to that, he was Technical Director, New Business Development at Stericycle, where he launched a new Healthcare IT startup investment fund SteriVentures LLC, identified new business service lines and led the technical M&A assessment of two major acquisitions out of the 300+ that Stericycle has completed.

George has a BS in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a MS in Engineering Management from National Technological University (the very first graduate-level accredited satellite distance learning institution in America). He is a Board Member of SIM Chicago, former PMI Chicago Executive Council Vice-Chair and former AITP Governance Co-Chair. He has also been a volunteer mentor for various healthcare startup accelerators including Chicago’s MATTER and HealthBox and is a strategic advisor for MondoPoint LLC which is part of the MATTER incubator.

Interesting Fact: George was one of four software engineers selected to implement America’s first digital (IS-54 TDMA) cellular phone for Motorola. The very first American digital cellular call was actually transmitted in Illinois in 1992 and 24 years later we have over 7 billion digital cellular handsets in use globally.

Patrick M. Johnson
Board Role:  VP, Membership
Managing Partner, GreatBear Associates, Inc.

Pat Johnson is Managing Partner of GreatBear Associates, Inc., a firm specializing in management advisory services in information technology strategy, policy, and operations. Mr. Johnson has over 25 years management experience, largely focused in rapid-growth, turnaround, and merger/consolidation environments. He has a proven record as a Program and Engagement Manager who develops and mentors highly motivated teams that achieve superior results. He has extensive experience aligning Information Technology investment with business strategy and vision, while emphasizing profit enhancement and cost containment.

Mr. Johnson's cross-disciplinary talents include engagement management, complex program management, management consulting, project risk identification and mitigation, IT management, eBusiness, outsourcing, operations analysis and improvement, business process modeling, and governance. He’s been invited to speak before various groups on technology risk assessment, technology strategy, operations improvement, business continuity planning, information systems security and control, and service oriented architecture. He is currently team-teaching a course on Business Modeling for Service Oriented Architecture.

Mr. Johnson’s background includes work with start-ups, private equity firms, both “traditional” and emerging industries, and large academic institutions.

Mr. Johnson is active with several professional associations and affiliations including those with the Executives’ Club of Chicago, Society for Information Management (Chicago Chapter Board), Executive Technology Forum, Technology Executives Club, Technology Leaders Association, University of Minnesota Alumni Association (Chicago Leadership Team), Saint Thomas Academy Alumni Association, Loyola Academy Fathers’ Club, DePaul University CTI Executive Leadership Lab Exploratory Committee, Association for Computing Machinery, I.E.E.E. Computer Society, and American Association for Artificial Intelligence.

Through SIM-Chicago he is also actively involved in exploring ways to facilitate inter/intra-agency data sharing in association with Illinois Data Exchange Affiliates (IDEA) in conjunction with the Chicago Metropolitan Area Planning Commission.

He is an alumnus of the University of Minnesota’s College of Liberal Arts as well as its Carlson Graduate School of Management.

Ron Mathis
Board Role:  VP, Sponsorship
Director of Corporate IT Operations, Illinois Tool Works ( ITW )

Ron Mathis is Director of Corporate IT Operations for Illinois Tool Works ( ITW ) headquartered in Glenview, Il. ITW is a $14B annual revenue, highly diversified manufacturing organization operating 85 divisions across the globe. Ron is responsible for all aspects of Information Technology supporting the Corporate headquarters and global business functions.

His 25+ years of experience spans the breadth of IT disciplines in a variety of industries including consumer packaged goods, manufacturing, distribution and e-commerce. Ron holds a B.S. in mathematics and theoretical computer science from Northern Illinois University and is a graduate of the RLF program.


Paul Corning
Board Role:  At-Large
Co-Founder and CEO, Aptitive Corporation

Paul Corning is the Co-Founder and CEO of Aptitive Corporation, a Chicago-based IT consulting firm that specializes in data integration, business intelligence, data warehousing, and custom application development.

Mr. Corning has more than 30 years of experience helping organizations better leverage their technology investments, as a senior strategist and architect of complex systems and business integration projects. He has expertise in Business and IT Transformation, Data and Analytics, Outsourcing, Project Management and Management Consulting. Mr. Corning has led multiple startup organizations as a Founder, COO, and Managing Partner. He has an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Augustana College and an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago

Ellen Barry
Board Role:  At-Large
Director of IT, Metropolitan Water Reclamation District

Ellen Barry is currently the Acting Director of IT for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District managing a staff of 70 in the waste water treatment business. Previously, she led a small women owned IT consulting business, The EBarry Group, after spending over 10 years as CIO for the Metropolitan Pier & Exposition Authority. The Authority owns and manages McCormick Place, Navy Pier and the Hyatt McCormick Place Hotel. Along with overseeing the traditional responsibilities of IT, Ms. Barry has been successful in implemented revenue generating initiatives by insourcing the delivery of Internet and Technical Services to Exhibitors, Show Management and Meeting Planners for convention and meeting planning events; installing revenue generating wireless services throughout McCormick Place and Navy Pier which allow for over 8000 concurrent users within the facility; and implementing a gigabit circuit to “next generation networks” including Internet2 and other next generation networks.

Prior to MPEA, Ellen Barry was part of the Mayor’s effort to re-invent City Government in the area of technology. Ms. Barry held the position of 1st Deputy Chief Information Officer for the City of Chicago. As 1st Deputy CIO, Ms. Barry was responsible for two major outsourcing initiatives, one for desktop support and one for data center operations. Previous to her role as 1st Deputy CIO, Ms. Barry worked with Chicago’s Police Department in numerous IT and Strategic Planning activities including efforts toward implementation of a major Criminal History Records Information System. Prior to coming to the City of Chicago, Ms. Barry worked as an internal consultant for various private sector organizations in strategic IT development, planning and project implementation. Ms. Barry holds an undergraduate degree in Mathematics from the University of Illinois at Chicago and a MBA in Quantitative Methods and Computers from Loyola University.

Ellen Barry has been a life-long resident of the City of Chicago. Ms. Barry is the recipient of the 2003 Excellence in Corporate IT Leadership Award presented by WITI (Women in Technology, International) Chicago Chapter Ms. Barry has the following affiliations:

- i.c.stars*, Board Member, Executive Committee Vice Chair, Event Committee Co-Chair
- SIM (Society for Information Management) Board Member, Chicago Chapter Chairman 2007, Chapter President 2006
- Executives’ Club of Chicago Member, Technology Club Member
- Association of IT Professionals (AITP) Member
- DePaul University, College of Computing and Digital Media Program, Advisory Council Member

Laszlo S. Gonc
Board Role:  At-Large
Co-Founder and Managing Partner - Next Era Transformation Group, LLC

Laszlo is responsible for helping organizations, corporate and non-profit alike, navigate the digital frontier advising on cyber security, IT risk mitigation, compliance and building digital technology strategies that drive performance and business value. He has experience across a number of industries advising boards, developing security strategies, evaluating IT risk and spearheading critical projects for senior leadership.

A member of Infragard, ISSA and ISACA, he serves as Executive Vice President for the Chicago chapters of the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP), Vice-Chair of the Project Management Institute (PMI) Executive Council as well as the boards of Society for Information Management (SIM) and Illinois Technology Foundation (ITF). He is an invited guest speaker at conferences and universities providing thought leadership on the state of cyber security, mitigating technology risk, executing compliance requirements and implementing project management best practices.

Gail Holmberg
Board Role:  At-Large
Area Managing Partner, Fortium Partners LP

Gail Holmberg is a Partner at Fortium Partners LP, a firm comprised of highly experience C level technology leaders providing interim and fractions CIO and CTO and strategic technology services. Ms. Holmberg’s consulting experience spans a wide variety of industries. She has also served as a CIO, divisional CIO, shared services manager and systems development manager in consumer manufacturing, consumer retail, consumer services and B2B sales and distribution industries. She has a Master’s degree from Harvard University and an undergraduate degree in Communications from Illinois State University.


Dean Haacker
Board Role:  At-Large

Dean is currently Chief Technology Officer for CIBC Bank USA, a Chicago-based bank that provides tailored commercial, wealth management, personal and small business financial solutions as well as cross-border banking services to clients with North American operations.  He leads the development of new products, processes and standards to support corporate strategies; manages the daily performance of all technology services and related service providers; and serves clients and enables growth through new technology services and operations excellence.

Dean has delivered more than $3 billion in business value for leading companies in the high tech, consumer goods and financial services industries.  He was previously CTO for Nielsen, led the Office of the CIO at Motorola and drove strategic programs for Hewlett-Packard.  Dean is a distinguished graduate of Arizona State University and has been an advisor to the Center for Information Systems and Technology Management at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana.

Mark McGee
Board Role:  At-Large
Vice President at Ensono

Mark McGee has spent over 25 years building Outsourcing, Managed Services, Hybrid Cloud, Infrastructure Solutions, Consulting, and Executive Search Companies.  He has an extensive track record of leading companies through stages of start-up, turnaround, multi-million dollar growth organically and through multiple M&A transactions. Mr. McGee currently functions as Vice President at Ensono offering Hybrid IT Solutions for your Infrastructure, Mainframe, Cloud and Business Application Services.  Previously was the President of both Sonoma Consulting and Halo Group which were acquired by Fahrenheit IT in 2018. He previously was the Chief Operations Officer for Innovation Group, a 300 million dollar UK based Business Process Outsourcing firm.  He was responsible for running operations and full P&L for all six of the U.S. divisions, comprising 600 employees and had successfully completing a reorganization and turnaround plan.  In 1998 Mr. McGee founded BlueSuit, which was subsequently named the sixth fastest growing services company in the country by “Talent Economy Magazine” and was sold in 2004 to Harvey Nash a UK based company which brought McGee on as Managing Director in the U.S. over the next 5 years.  Mr. McGee has worked very successfully in progressive Sales Leadership roles with other Software, Services, Managed Services, Offshore and Outsourcing companies (CIBER,  Affiliated Computer Services and CCC Information Services).

 Mr. McGee earned a Bachelor's Degree in Marketing and Minor in Economics, from Eastern Illinois University.

Jane Prugh
Board Role:  At-Large
Managing Director, Corporate Strategic Resourcing

Jane brings high energy, enthusiasm, and over 20 years experience servicing Fortune 1000 companies. Her success is paved with measurable results and expertise in the areas of Complex IT Solutions,vProcess Re-engineering, Change Management, Project Management Training, and Leadership Training. Jane has been instrumental in identifying, staffing, and delivering critical initiatives domestically and globally. She has serviced many clients with household names across a variety of industries. Jane earned her B.S. in Education from Drake University.