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Jenny Tate Morgan

CEO, Founder, Managing Member, & Chairman of BOD

Currently, Ms. Morgan is CEO & COB of Tate Technology, and historically was a Managing Director in investment banking for an investment bank in Houston, TX. Please see bio under management.


Scott Wisniewski, CEO Shamrock Capital Corp.

Member of the BOD

Mr. Wisniewski is a native of Chicago, and after recruitment, Scott attended undergraduate at Angelo State University receiving a BBA in accounting while playing for the University’s basketball team. Upon graduation, Scott worked for a CPA firm quickly opting to move into the private sector. Starting in 1990, Mr. Wisniewski was hired by Western Shamrock Corp. as an internal auditor working his way up to CEO, and sole owner (100%) of the company. Scott expanded the business from seven locations to over 360 locations located in ten states as well as in Mexico. He successfully sold the company in 2021.

Scott is a serial entrepreneur and an accredited investor who is currently active in several companies in the tech industry, as well as in multiple security companies, an intellectual property company in impact mitigation, an insurance company, restaurants, O&G (oil & gas industry), etc. He is an active board member, taking on operational consulting roles for many of these boards. Additionally, Scott performs charitable work having received enumerable awards throughout the course of his career.


R. Gerald “Jerry” Bailey, Ph.D., P.E.

Member of the BOD

Dr. Bailey is a PhD Chemical Engineer with over 45 years of experience as a chemical engineer and industry executive. Experience in all aspects of the chemical and oil & gas industry both upstream and downstream, with particular Middle East skills, along with US onshore and offshore. Formally: President, Exxon, Arabian Gulf. Currently: Chairman, Bailey Petroleum – Petroleum business development consulting; CEO of MCW Energy, other board of directorships upon request.


William “Bill” J. Perry

Member of the BOD

Bill sold GFF, Inc. “Girard Dressings” in 2008, and is currently the owner of The Perry Strategy Group, owner and CEO/COB of Bella Casa Interior Designs, Investor/Vice President Business Development at Chameleon Creative Group; Board Member Consultant at GFF., Inc Girards Dressings; Past CEO at GFF., Inc. Girards Dressings. His education is as follows: University of Southern California – MBA 1995 Marshall School of Business; University of California, Berkeley – Bachelor of Science, Chemistry, Food Science and Microbiology. Additionally Bill attended the six-week course at Harvard for CEO’s, as well as sits on a number of boards, and has been a guest of the White House.


Dr. Gerard E. “Eric” Morgan

Member of the BOD

Dr. Gerard E. “Eric” Morgan is a board-certified diagnostic radiologist working presently working in Emergency Radiology. Dr. Morgan is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society, the American College of Radiology, and the Radiological Society of North America. His areas of practice include: MRI, CT, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound, Coronary CTA, Fluoroscopy, Plain Film, Vascular US, CTA, MRA, as well as PET/CT. Some of his publications include: Bouhaddou, O., Lambert, J., Morgan, G.E. Iliad and Medical HouseCall: Evaluating the Impact of Common Sense Knowledge on the Diagnostic Accuracy of a Medical Expert System. Proc. 19th SCAMC; 1995; 475-479, and Bouhaddou, O., Morgan, G.E., Lambert, J., Sorensen, D. Qualitative Analysis of Temporal Information in Iliad: Implications for Linking Iliad to an Electronic Medical Record as a Knowledge Server. Proc. 20th SCAMC; 1996; 199-203. Additionally, Eric authored over 300 patient education articles in the following areas: tests and procedures, symptoms, and well-childcare.

His extensive academic professional experience includes: Medical Director of the DDEAMC Department of Radiology Category I CME approved weekly Department of Radiology Grand Rounds; Principle Investigator for DDEAMC participation in the multi-center, open-label, phase 3 gadobutrol 1.0 molar (Gadovist®) trial in patients referred for contrast enhanced MRI of the central nervous system (CNS), and his administrative expertise involves Assistant chief, Department of Nuclear Medicine, DDEAMC, Chairman credentials committee TRMC, and as Chairman Physician Advisory Council TRMC. Prior to graduating Medical School, and while serving in the U.S. Army, where Dr. Morgan was the Recipient of the Robert C. Byrd scholarship for scholastic achievement, awarded by the State of Utah, the Presidential scholarship for scholastic achievement, awarded by the University of Utah, as well as received the Dean’s Award for academic Excellence University of Utah School of Medicine, Eric was a software programmer and engineer authoring a database management tool to facilitate content development for Utah Health Informatics. He also developed an expert system tool to help physicians and office managers ensure they met the CPT criteria for which they billed, and finally Dr. Morgan authored a database management tool to facilitate content development for Utah Health Informatics.