Committee - SeminoleTech 2018 - 2019
SeminoleTech is a grass-roots effort of the Seminole County Regional Chamber of Commerce to help foster and grow the thriving technology industry in our region. The group meets on the first Wednesday of every month at the Seminole State Heathrow Campus, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and features speakers from the technology industry. If you are in the tech industry, own a tech company or are just interested in the latest technology, you need to join SeminoleTech.
Client Service Manager
My passion is to help business owners protect & grow the dreams they’ve built through risk management & commercial insurance.
The way that we do all business has changed dramatically over the past 5-10 years. We’re all working in data, connected to mobile devices and store our information online either in cloud servers or otherwise. Many times, insurance policies businesses use haven’t kept up with them and the emerging risk of cyber & data security. In a world where a single phishing email can defraud you of large amounts of money or a single bad link can bring your business to a halt with a ransomware demand, I make sure companies are protected in a cyber-centric world.
Business Preformance Advisor
Jeff Holder is an award-winning B-to-B advisor who has been helping small and medium-size businesses grow for almost two decades. Jeff's awards include, SBDC Advisory Board, Orlando, Inc. Member of the Month 2014, Orlando Business Journal 2013 Best Places to Work, multiple President's Clubs and coach of the year awards. Jeff has advised a wide variety of businesses in multiple states, and is experienced in sales, sales management, training, recruiting and marketing. Jeff is a graduate of Stony Brook University where he played football. His free time is now spent being a dad to his two young sons, a much rougher sport.
A charismatic & motivated team player with a passion for networking and community building. Close ties to the Central Florida Tech and Education communities. I divide my time between offering professional guidance to students and graduates, helping them connect to the community and proselytizing and advocating for Orlando Tech and Interactive Media. A problem solver diagnosed a creative thinker who has the ability to anticipate beyond the immediate. I take pride in my ability to execute plans and see them through to completion
Complete Communications, Inc.
President and founder Robert (Rob) Gross started Complete Communications, Inc. because he saw an opportunity to create raving fans through his commitment to offer superior cost effective solutions and provide outstanding customer service. No matter how large or small your business, it’s Rob’s belief that all customers should be treated like a member of the family.
Rob brings over 22 years of experience in developing technology solutions to help his clients navigate the complexities of their IT infrastructure including VOIP Phones, Cloud Computing, & Telecom Services.
Insurance Office of America
I focus on workers compensation solutions for companies in a variety of industries. I use IOA’s RiskScore system to help my clients uncover potential “blind spots” in their risk management program and address their total cost of risk.
I have over 15 years of experience in the insurance industry, including experience as a claims adjuster, and as an owner of a personal lines insurance agency.
I graduated from The University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in communications, and I hold licenses in property and casualty insurance, and life and health insurance.
Gene McCulley has served as CEO since co-founding StackFrame, LLC in 2004. He has worked in the distributed simulation industry since 1992, developing core components still in use by several programs. Under his leadership, StackFrame provided ongoing support to the Army’s OneSAF and SE Core programs, as well as on-site support to many Army posts to ensure the successful execution of training exercises.
Mr. McCulley is a proud member and supporter of the Central Florida technical community, sponsoring BarCamp Orlando, the UCF Programming team, and the Orlando and Gainesville Java Users Groups.