Nick Tsahalis is President of Reliability, Inc. and a member of the Board of Directors. He has served in such capacity since October 29, 2019. Prior to joining Reliability, Inc., Mr. Tsahalis served as Chief Executive Officer of Maslow, and has served in such capacity since July 2017. Mr. Tsahalis joined Maslow in 2015 as its Chief Financial Officer. Prior to joining Maslow, from June 2011 to July 2015, he served as Chief Financial Officer of Recycled Green Industries, a land clearing and wholesale organics recycling company that processed food, yard and wood waste into composted materials, soil mixes and mulches with commercial applications. Prior to that, he served as Chief Financial Officer of Atlantic Video, Inc., which had studios and post-production facilities in both New York City and Washington, DC. In each position as CFO, he was responsible for managing the company’s operations, human resources, information technology functions, treasury and company financial requirements (including financial planning), management of financial risks, record-keeping, and financial reporting. He received his degree in Accounting from the University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Mark Speck is Chief Financial Officer and Secretary. He has served in such capacity since October 29, 2019. Mr. Speck is an executive who leverages technology, business intelligence, innovation, enterprise-wide synergies, M&A opportunities, team development, and smart risk to capture opportunities for aggressive growth. Mr. Speck has over 25 years of business experience and has held executive and senior leadership roles in the areas of finance, audit, business development, operations, and compliance across a range of technology, software, legal and professional service, staffing, telecommunications, consulting, non-profit, and government contracting industries for a variety of public, private, and private equity held firms. Mr. Speck has served as Chief Financial Officer for Maslow since April 2019. Prior to this, Mr. Speck was COO and CFO of Specktrum, Inc., a finance, accounting and compliance services firm he founded. In that capacity, he raised capital, led sales, marketing, operations, and finance. He served in this capacity from August 2017 to March 31, 2019 prior to joining Maslow.
Previously, from February 2010 to June 2011, Mr. Speck was CFO of CPA Global North America, an intellectual property lifecycle management firm with US headquarters in Alexandria, Virginia and Chief Compliance Officer and Head of Internal Audit of CPA Global corporate based out of St. Hellier, Jersey, Channel Islands from June 2011 to August 2017. As CFO he presided over financial management of half of the firm’s $3.1B customer portfolio. There, he facilitated double digit growth by establishing fiscal discipline (in terms of internal controls and policies), installed improved cash conversion facilities, implemented KPI’s for 5 separate lines of business, including its sales pipeline, and upgraded the region’s financial reporting requirements which were later employed as global group reporting standards. Mr. Speck also introduced a revenue enhancement program that generated a multi-million annuitized impact. In 2011, Mr. Speck was asked to set up and lead CPA Global’s regulatory compliance program which was required to complete a capital event. At that time he was named the firm’s global Chief Compliance Officer and Head of Internal Audit, a post he presided over for 6 years. In this capacity he was responsible for global compliance covering regulations in 14 countries on 5 continents. As head of internal audit his team added value by driving organizational and operating optimization and detected revenue and cost savings opportunities that often had a financial impact exceeding his organizational budget. He also led the formal creation of both a data protection and anti-bribery and corruption programs.
TERRY MCKENZIE, SHRM-SCP, SPHR
Ms. McKenzie joined Reliability, Inc as Vice President, Human Resources in November of 2019. As VP, HR she provides leadership and oversight of all Human Resources and Staffing activities including building a best-in-class, scalable HR function and designing an organization poised for growth and success. Ms. McKenzie has over 20 years’ experience in Human Resources and Shared Services primarily with technology, telecom and professional services companies. Her areas of expertise include talent acquisition, HR transformation, payroll, mergers & acquisitions and shared services. Prior to Reliability, she was with Accenture, consulting at large, global organizations and providing expertise on HR transformation and shared services projects. Prior to Accenture, Ms. McKenzie led the development and design of a payroll shared services center at AES and was Senior Manager, HR & Finance Shared Services at Sprint Nextel, where she played an integral role in the merger between Nextel and Sprint. During her tenure, the shared services organization saved the newly combined company $7 million and designed a scalable organization built upon best practice principles. In addition, Ms. McKenzie’s background includes building a HR and Recruiting function from scratch for a start-up technology company and building a finance consulting practice for Bearingpoint. She started her career at a staffing firm placing administrative, accounting and technology professionals in temporary and direct hire positions. Ms. McKenzie holds two HR certifications, SHRM-SCP and SPHR, and has a bachelor’s degree from Shepherd College.
HANNAH M. BIBLE
Hannah M. Bible is a member of Reliability, Inc.’s Board of Directors and has served in such capacity since April 25, 2014. Ms. Bible is currently Vice President of Legal at Digirad Corporation (“DRAD”) since October 2019. She has also served the subsidiaries of DRAD as Chief Financial Officer and in-house counsel to Lone Star Value Management, LLC (“Lone Star Value Mgmt.”), and VP-Finance to ATRM Holdings, Inc. since April 2019. Ms. Bible has over 15 years of combined legal and accounting experience across a variety of industries. From May 2016 through August 2017 Ms. Bible served on the board of Crossroads Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CRDS, now OTC: CRSS), a data storage company. Prior to joining Lone Star Value Mgmt. in June 2014, Ms. Bible was the Director of Finance/CFO at Trinity Church in Greenwich, CT. From October 2011 to December 2012, Ms. Bible served as a legal advisor to RRMS Advisors, a company providing advisory and due diligence services to banking and other institutions with high risk assets. From June 2009 to December 2013, Ms. Bible advised family fund and institutional clients of International Consulting Group, Inc., and its affiliates within the Middle East on matters of security, corporate governance, and U.S. legal compliance. From 2006 to 2008, Ms. Bible served within the U.N. General Assembly as a diplomatic advisor to the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization, a permanent observer mission to the United Nations. Ms. Bible has also taught as an Adjunct Professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, within the International Tax and Financial Services program. Prior to this Ms. Bible held various accounting positions with Samaritan’s Purse, a large $300MM+ 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to emergency relief and serving the poor worldwide. Previously, Ms. Bible served as a director of AMRH Holdings, Inc. (formerly Spatializer Audio Laboratories). Ms. Bible earned an LLM in Tax from New York University School of Law, a JD with honors from St. Thomas University School of Law, and a BBA in Accounting from Middle Tennessee State University.
LOUIS A. PARKS
Louis A. Parks is Managing Member at Tyro Capital Management LLC, serving as the firm’s COO, CFO and CCO. Mr. Parks has spent over 30 years on Wall Street in various capacities of senior management. In addition, he is an investor who focuses on providing capital and expertise to small companies. Mr. Parks was previously Senior Managing Director, Head of Equities at CL King & Associates as well as Senior Managing Director, Head of Equity Trading at Raymond James Financial. Mr. Parks began his career as an institutional equity sales trader covering both domestic and international accounts for Morgan Stanley & Company and Sanford C. Bernstein & Company. Mr. Parks holds Master of Business Administration and Master of Arts degrees from Columbia University, as well as Bachelor of Arts degrees from Columbia University, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa and New York University, cum laude. He serves on several not-for-profit boards and was the recipient of Columbia University’s 2018 Alumni Medal.
John Chanaud is Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of The Bernstein Companies where his primary responsibility is ﬁnancial oversight and planning for the Company along with budgeting, reporting and financial controls of Bernstein’s hotel and commercial ofﬁce group. This includes ﬁnancial and tax planning, treasury management, and ﬁnancial statement preparation as well as working closely with outside auditors and accounting firms. Additionally, John oversees the asset management and servicing of the Company’s structured finance group. He is a 1986 graduate of Towson University with a BS degree in Accounting. Prior to joining Bernstein in 1997, Mr. Chanaud was a Senior Manager for a regional public accounting and consulting ﬁrm. Mr. Chanaud is a member of the American Institute of Certiﬁed Public Accountants and the Maryland Association of CPAs.