HOUSTON TECHNOLOGY CENTER ADDS FIVE TO BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Broadnax is chairman and CEO of Dovarri, Inc., a Houston-based CRM software company that provides sales management and customer relationship management solutions. Broadnax has received numerous awards of distinction, including the Small Businessperson of the Year award given by the Houston SBA in 1999, and he has twice been a finalist for the Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
Burkett founded GB Tech, Inc., a science and engineering firm, in 1985. The company provides science and engineering professionals to the
Northcut Waugh is currently president of BioHouston, Inc., a Houston-based life sciences company that brings together entrepreneurs, investors and
Sloan retired from Shell Oil Company in late 1999 after completing 29 years of service. After leaving Shell, he joined Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) in 2000 where he was the executive vice president for its energy sector. That same year he became CEO of GrandBasin, a joint venture between Halliburton and SAIC. Sloan currently teaches courses primarily focused on corporate strategy and leadership at the
“We are very excited about these five individuals joining our board of directors,” said Paul Frison, president and CEO of HTC. “Their contributions of time and experience, coupled with their passion for technology, will be invaluable to HTC as we continue our mission to grow the thriving technology community in the City of
Morrie K. Abramson Chairman, Morrie K. Abramson, Interests; Chairman (Ret.), Kent Electronics; Chairman, University of Houston System Board of Regents
Robert Beauchamp President and CEO, BMC Software
Lloyd M. Bentsen III President, Bentsen Financial Corp.; Chairman,
Rod Canion Chairman, Insource Technology; Chairman, Questia Media, Inc.; Founder, Compaq Computer Corporation
Michael D. Capellas Chairman and CEO, WorldCom, Inc.
Nancy T. Chang, Ph.D. President and CEO, Tanox, Inc.
M. Robert Dussler President and COO, Palmetto Partners, Ltd.
Douglas J. Erwin Former President and CEO, PentaSafe Security Technologies, Inc.
Ralph D. Feigin, M.D. President and CEO,
Paul M. Frison President and CEO,
Malcolm Gillis, Ph.D. President,
Vijay Goradia Chairman, Vinmar International
Bernard A. Harris, Jr., M.D. President and CEO, Vesalius Ventures
Gen. Jefferson D. Howell, Jr. Director, NASA – Johnson Space Center, ex officio
Bruce Leslie, Ph.D. Chairman, Houston Community College System
Martin Lindenberg, M.D. Former Chairman and CEO, Xeotron Corporation
M. David Low, M.D., Ph.D. President (Ret.), The University of Texas-Health Science Center-Houston
David B. McWilliams Chief Executive Officer, Signase, Inc.
John Mendelsohn, M.D. President, The University of Texas-MD
Matthew R. Simmons Chairman, Simmons & Company International
Priscilla D. Slade, Ph.D. President,
Arthur K. Smith, Ph.D. Chancellor,
John D. Stobo, M.D. President, The
Willie A. Tempton Interim President,
Massey Villarreal President, Precision Task Group, Inc.
James T. Willerson, M.D. President, The
R. Blake Young Executive Vice President, Administration and Technology, Dynegy Inc
Houston Technology Center (HTC) is a business accelerator that incubates Houston-based emerging technology companies within several key sectors: Energy, Information Technology, Life Sciences Nanotechnology and NASA-originated technologies. The new 26,000-square-foot Houston Technology Center includes incubator space for client companies, an Information Technology training lab where workforce development training courses are held, and space for networking and educational events that bring Houston’s technology community together. A non-profit corporation, HTC is supported by more than 300 corporations and organizations, as well as