Ms. Bobby Bradley serves as a member of the PROJECTXYZ, Inc. Board of Advisors. Ms Bradley was the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Computer Systems Technology, Inc. Ms. Bradley and two associates founded the company in 1989 to provide innovative technologies and solutions to Government and commercial organizations. During her leadership, the company grew to over 1000 people and $90 million in revenue. Ms Bradley sold the company to SAIC in April of 2003 and served as an executive with the company until retiring in April of 2004.
Ms. Bradley is currently a partner at Genesis II, a family business she formed with John Stallworth and another partner to enhance the partner's philanthropic support efforts, investments and related business interests.
Mr. John L. Stallworth serves as a member of the PROJECTXYZ, Inc. Board of Advisors. Mr. Stallworth previously served as President and CEO of Madison Research Corporation, which he formed in 1986, prior to his retirement from the Pittsburgh Steelers. MRC, a technology and government contracting corporation, was headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, with operations in Aiken, South Carolina; Augusta, Georgia; El Paso, Texas; Ft. Walton Beach, Florida; Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Warner Robbins, Georgia; and Washington, DC. Mr. Stallworth sold MRC and retired in 2006.
Mr. Stallworth is currently a partner at Genesis II, a family business created with Bobby Bradley and another partner to enhance the partner's philanthropic support efforts, investments and related business interests. Additionally, Mr. Stallworth currently serves as Chairman, Board of Directors for the John Stallworth Foundation, a non-profit organization he founded in 1980 to provide college scholarships to students attending his alma mater, Alabama A&M University. The Foundation hosts an annual golf tournament to raise money for scholarships.