Board of Directors

Dan Hilbert
Chairman of the Board
Doug Harrison
Director
Dan Hilbert founded OrcaEyes in 2007 with the vision of helping organizations run more efficiently and productively through the use of workforce intelligence and planning. For more than 19 years, Hilbert has built and led Venture Capital backed software companies, some of which were acquired by CA, BMC and Legent. His experience in leading these companies is reflected in the rapid deployment and adoption of OrcaEyes software and consulting services by such companies as TowersWatson and BMC. More……
 
Having been hailed as Visionary of Workforce Planning by HR Magazine and the Bill Gates of Recruiting by Jobster, Dan Hilbert is indeed a trailblazer in the world of workforce intelligence. He gained his impressive knowledge of recruiting and workforce impacts while serving as Manager of Global Recruiting at Valero where he managed the organization's hiring processes as the company grew from $2 billion to $95 billion in revenue. He did so by combining his extensive knowledge and experience in supply chain management with workforce planning and strategy. He then productized his ideas and analytics to form OrcaEyes' flagship product SonarVision and has since been the recipient of multiple awards from industry analysts and media outlets.
Doug and his wife founded The Scooter Store in 1991 and grew quickly to become the nation's largest scooter and power wheelchair provider. As Chairman and CEO Doug led all growth phases as The Scooter Store eventually had over 70 locations in 42 states with 4,000+ employees.  The Scooter Store was recognized multiple times by Fortune Magazine on their "100 Best Places to Work" list. 
Dr. Ron McKinley, PhD
Director
Dr. Ronald McKinley has over 30 years of experience in human resource management, with over 20 years of experience in the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) role.  He currently serves as the Vice President of Human Resources and CHRO for The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB), and has served as the CHRO for Texas Children’s Hospital, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Williams & Company Consulting, APAC Teleservices, Long John Silver’s Restaurants, and Taco Tico Restaurants. In addition to being the CHRO for Williams and Company he was a principal and senior business consultant for the firm leading the human resources management consulting practice.  He also was the Manager of Management Development for the Marriott Corporation at its international headquarters in Washington, DC. He began his career with Marriott in general management, operating properties in several locations.

McKinley has a doctorate (Ph.D.) in management with a specialty in organization development, a master’s in business administration (M.B.A.) with a concentration in human resource management, and a bachelor of science (BS) in management. He holds the Senior Professional in Human Resources Certification from the Society for Human Resource Management Certification Institute.

McKinley is Associate Professor (Adj.) in UTMB’s Preventive Medicine and Community Health Department. He has been Professor of Management in Xavier University’s Williams College of Business where he taught graduate courses in management in the regular and executive MBA programs. He has also been on the graduate and/or undergraduate faculty for Morningside College, Friends University, Keller Graduate School of Management, and Webster University. He has authored several publications and delivered many national and international presentations to business, medical, and academic audiences.

McKinley is an executive member of the Academy of Management, and a professional member of the American Psychological Association. He has served on many boards, such as Chair of the TIAA-CREF Advisory Board, the Gulf Coast Workforce Board, the Governor of Ohio’s Workforce Board, Chair of the Workforce Investment Board of SW Ohio, The Idea Foundation, Health Horizons, and Vice Chair of Cincinnati Works (a not-for-profit that helps less fortunate people become self-sufficient). He is the Chair of the United States Technical Advisory Group (US TAG) for the International Standards Organization (ISO) Technical Committee 260 (TC/260) that is establishing international standards for Human Resource Management.
Karl Hittle
Director
Mr. Hittle has been working in the hospital industry for over thirty years. He has extensive experience improving poor performing hospitals. Karl is an expert in operational efficiency, productivity and profitability. He has worked in all areas of acute care hospital operations to include managing non-profit and for-profit hospitals, as well as the COO of a four hospital system. He has significant experience working in rural healthcare, developing positive physician relationships, developing positive board and community relationships and is proficient in managing operational efficiencies, growing volume and recruiting physicians. Currently he is CEO and Owner of Endeavor Healthcare which owns, manages and provides Revenue Cycle Services and management consulting to community hospitals in Texas and Oklahoma. Formerly he was COO of McKenna Memorial Hospital system leading the reorganization for the buyout by Christus Santa Rosa. Karl was the Sr. VP of Operations for Trinity Medical and RHD Medical Centers and former COO turnaround specialist for Tenet Healthcare.
 
Mr. Hittle is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from Texas Tech University and a Master's Degree in Healthcare Administration from Trinity University. He is active in his community and has been President of various local non-profit boards.  Mr. Hittle has also taken an active role in his professional associations serving as President of the Dallas/Ft. Worth Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Chuck Bardwell
Secretary
Chuck Bardwell began working with OrcaEyes as an external advisor in 2009 and officially joined the company as Chief Administrative Officer in October, 2010. Bardwell is responsible for managing all 'in-house' activities for the company and will be very involved in helping develop and execute our business and sales strategies. He will also be directly involved in business development activities and managing key client relationships.
 
Bardwell began his career as a consultant with Hewitt Associates and was later appointed vice president and national defined contribution practice leader for A.S. Hansen. During his career he was responsible for managing the San Francisco office for Hansen, the Minneapolis office for Mercer and ended his career as manager of the south Texas region for Watson Wyatt. In these roles Bardwell was responsible for managing all P&L, staffing, business development and client service activities which will serve as great background for his role at OrcaEyes.
 
Bardwell has extensive experience consulting to and managing large client relationships including AT&T, HEB, Apple, Medtronic, Sears, Memorial Hermann Health Care System and many others. He is married and has three grown children and two wonderful grandkids. He holds a B.A. in Economics and Business Administration from Hastings College.