Board & Advisors

Jeffrey J. Misner
James Ford
PJeffrey J. Misner joined the advisory board of OrcaEyes, Inc. in February, 2011. Mr. Misner (Jeff) currently serves on the Board of Directors for Vonage, a leading provider of telecommunication services. Jeff serves on the Audit Committee and Chairs the Nomination and Governance committee. He joined the Vonage Board in March 2008.  Mr. Misner served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Continental Airlines, Inc. from August 2004 until his retirement in August 2008. Mr. Misner joined Continental Airlines, Inc. in 1995 and previously served in various capacities, most recently as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Jeff spent several years in public accounting and was a tax partner with Ernst and Whinney. Jeff is a veteran having proudly served in the Marine Corps.
Jim Ford joined the OrcaEyes board to provide his vision and expertise in client centric business application developments. With more than 25 years of experience in information technology and product architecture, he is one of the foremost authorities in the development of business-enabling technologies. Ford serves as Chief Architect for a leading, Fortune 100 software-as-a-service provider where he has held responsibility for the design and development of products used every day by business and human resources leaders and generate more than $100 million in revenue annually.
Neil McCormick
Dr. Jac Fitz-enz
Hailed as the "father" of human capital benchmarking, Dr. Jac Fitz-enz is known for his distinguished expertise in workforce measurement. Fitz-enz is founder of the renowned Saratoga Institute, an organization that has conducted research and published annual international benchmark data on human capital productivity and effective practices since 1977.
While with Saratoga, Dr. Fitz-enz trained more than 50,000 managers in 40 countries. For four decades, he and the Saratoga network were known as "the source" for the American Management Association (AMA), the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), the American Productivity and Quality Center, the International Quality and Productivity Center, the U.S. and Canadian Conference Boards, major multinational consulting firms, and most trade associations.
In 2003, PricewaterhouseCoopers acquired Saratoga Institute. That same year, Dr. Jac Fitz–enz founded Human Capital Source, a consultancy that continues his work in human capital measurement and also focuses on the interface of sales and service associates with customers.
Fitz-enz is the author of seven acclaimed books and the only two-time recipient of the SHRM Book of the Year award, which he won for "Human Value Management" and "The ROI of Human Capital." Known for his ability to speak to current human capital management issues, Dr. Fitz-enz has delivered more than 700 presentations in 40 countries in the past 25 years.
Neil McCormick has a broad history of international management experience spanning 30 years. He has held board positions and leadership roles as CEO, Executive Director and Project Director in both domestic and international markets covering areas such as consulting, research, product and business development, technology & infrastructure and sales & marketing.
Neil has worked in human resources and consulting services for the past 16 years building a repertoire covering human resource management, recruitment consulting, management consulting, talent management, general management and learning and development. For the last 5 years, Neil has held a General Manager position at Talent2. A recognized presenter and guest lecturer on the subject, Neil has a detailed understanding of, and passion for, the application of talent management principles and processes for the ongoing success of business.
Neil's latest development activity includes the creation of a Workforce Strategy & Optimization Consulting framework and Consulting Service to better align Human Resources to deliver the specific goals of organizations. These services ensure the organization is far more flexible and adaptable to changing demand. The methodology and processes improve resource utilization as well as employee engagement while ensuring the economy, efficiency and effectiveness of the organization is clearly reported, managed and evidenced. Neil is also an Editorial Advisor for HR Examiner