Executive Advisory Board
Mr. Burr holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from The University of Texas at Austin. He is also a member of the Wings Club based in New York.
Admiral Kirkland Donald
Mr. Hoffman is the Chairman of Ontuitive, which offers performance support software and content addressing best practices in SAAS applications. . With Ontuitive, Mr. Hoffman moved from Board Chair to Executive Chairman - overseeing product development, channel development, strategy and financing - and assumed the additional role of interim CEO from 2013-2014. He is also a board member at Turning Technologies, Zeuss, Certica, and CyberCore Technologies. In 2007, Mr. Hoffman served as the CEO and a board member of iJET, an intelligence driven provider of risk management solutions. Prior to that, he was the CEO and a board member of Element K, a private, industry leader in the development and delivery of e-Learning. He has also held senior roles at Blackboard, Prometric Thomson Learning and Computer Task Group (CTG). Mr. Hoffman spent the first 13 years of his career with IBM, where he held various positions in general management, sales, and marketing. He holds a B.A. and an M.B.A. from the University of Rochester's Simon Business School.
Mr. Slangerup has 36 years of executive leadership experience, including the past 22 years as a corporate director, president and/or CEO of both public and private companies including the Port of Long Beach and FedEx Canada, a billion-dollar subsidiary of FedEx Corporation. He currently serves as Chairman and CEO of NexPhase portfolio company American Global Logistics, a specialized supply chain software and services company that offers customized logistics solutions and offers end-to-end ocean and air transportation along with documentation, information management and deployment. Prior to American Global Logistics, Mr. Slangerup was Chairman and CEO of Mxi Technologies in Canada, a NexPhase portfolio company which was sold in 2017 to IFS of Sweden. The Mxi/IFS merger created the world’s leading provider of maintenance management software for the commercial aviation and defense industries. While serving as CEO of the Port of Long Beach, Mr. Slangerup managed a $4 billion budget for capital infrastructure improvements and delivered record levels of cargo volume and revenue growth. Mr. Slangerup’s career began in military and commercial aviation, leading to a distinguished 20-year career with FedEx where he advanced to become President of FedEx Canada. During his seven-year tenure in Toronto, he increased annual sales from $50 million to $1 billion, establishing FedEx as Canada’s leading international express logistics enterprise. In addition to his corporate work, Mr. Slangerup serves as a Trustee of his alma mater, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Aeronautics and Business Administration.