Corporate Governance

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors understands the need for strong corporate governance and appropriate participation of the board in the operation of the company. PeopleTec’s Board of Directors is comprised of members who are representative of the management of the Company along with members who are independent and not employed by the Company. During its annual meetings, the Board reviews the operations of the Company and regularly receives briefings from senior managers of the Company. The Board works as a guiding body that provides the Company with a strategic vision and tactical recommendations as the Company endeavors to meet the needs of its stakeholders.


Board Members


Ms. Terry Jennings


Ms. Jennings' professional career has spanned many facets of corporate administration and employee relations. She has over 20 years of experience in the defense services industry. Prior to joining PeopleTec, she was a corporate Vice President of Administration at SAIC where she oversaw administrative operations for the southeast region. From 1995 through 2003, Ms. Jennings was the Chief Administrative Officer, Corporate Secretary and a Director at Quality Research, Inc. She was responsible for all aspects of corporate administration including Human Resources, Security, Facilities, Technical Publications and Corporate Information Systems departments. Ms. Jennings attended Motlow State College in Tennessee.


Mr. Doug Scalf


Mr. Scalf's entire professional career has been in the technical services industry where he has held positions from systems analysts to Senior Vice President. Prior to joining PeopleTec he was the Vice President of Operations for Modeling, Simulation & Training at SAIC. From 1997 to 2003 he served in various capacities including Vice President and Senior Vice President for Quality Research’s Modeling, Simulation & Training Group where he was responsible for over 250 employees in eight states and annual revenues of over $25M. From 1982 until 1997 Mr. Scalf worked at Computer Sciences Corporation in various technical and management positions. He received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and has over 23 years of experience in the area of modeling, simulation and technical program management.


Mr. Chris Horgen


Mr. Horgen is the senior managing partner of the Southeastern Technology Fund and an Operating Consultant with Eastside Partners. Mr. Horgen has directed the Southeastern Technology Fund in making 10 investments for a total of approximately $120 million. He has 30 years of experience in mergers and acquisitions, financial advisor, and company operations. Mr. Horgen brings a wealth of operational and management expertise having been the founder of Nichols Research Corporation (Nichols) and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chairman of Nichols for 18 years. He has served on the Board of Directors of four public companies and four defense technology companies.


Ms. Bobby A. Bradley


Ms. Bradley was a Founder and President of Computer Systems Technology, Inc. (CST), a high technology R&D company with over $90 million in sales. Ms. Bradley and two associates founded the company in 1989 to provide innovative technologies and solutions to Government and commercial organizations. CST was acquired by Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) in April, 2003. In April 2004, Ms. Bradley retired from SAIC and is currently a partner in two LLC’s, Lewis Properties and Genesis II. She currently holds a Board position on the Federal Reserve Bank Branch in Birmingham, AL and the Huntsville Botanical Gardens.


Mr. Walter Batson


Mr. Walter Batson was co-founder of Camber Corporation in April of 1990 and is currently Chairman of the Board and CEO. Camber currently has over 2000 employees and has revenues approaching $400 Million. Under his leadership, the company has grown into a diversified company, supporting customers around the world, specializing in information technology, decision support systems, training, engineering and simulation.