Board of Directors
Dennis Covington is the founder and CEO of Ohana Advisors, a multi-family office providing investment, estate and income tax and asset administration services to ultra-high net worth families. Previously, he was a consultant with Family Office Exchange, where he advised family offices nationwide about best practices and back office operations. Covington has held positions in the manufacturing and service industries, including four years with the Ford Motor Company.
In conjunction with his clients' investment activity, he has served as director on several boards, and presently serves as chairman of our board as well as of the board of Aprima Medical Software. He is past President of the Board of Directors of Marin Advocates for Children, an organization that provides community support to prevent child abuse and support its victims. Covington received an MBA from University of California at Berkeley.
W. Roger Curry
Roger Curry worked with Consolidated Freightways for 31 years, ultimately serving as president and chief executive officer. He also served as president and CEO of Emery Worldwide and CF Air Freight. Strategic planning efforts spearheaded by Curry led to the creation of ConWay, which is widely regarded as the world's most profitable trucking company. In addition, Curry served as founding president of Menlo Logistics (now Menlo Worldwide), which has grown into a $1.1 billion company with more than 4,300 employees around the globe. He serves on the board of directors of Creativity Inc. and is an advisor to WorkWell Systems. He also serves on a number of nonprofit boards including The Innovation Center, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, the Challenge Learning Center and Morningside College. Curry earned his master's degree from the University of Nebraska.
Elisa Jagerson was a founder and CEO of PartsRiver and is currently chief executive officer of Speck Design, a product design firm in Palo Alto, CA. Previously, she was managing director of the equity group Bay Laurel Capital and also served as interim CEO for three of the portfolio companies. Jagerson has also managed successful investments into emerging market technology service firms. She serves on the boards of companies and nonprofits including Remedy Interactive and Astia. Jagerson holds an MBA from the Wharton School of Business.
Gene Tyndall is executive vice president for global supply chain services at Tomkins International, a leading consulting and services firm. Tyndall is a globally experienced and recognized management consulting and business executive, having advised over 100 corporations in over 40 countries. He has co-authored four books, including Supercharging Supply Chains, and is frequently quoted in business and industry media. Tyndall was formerly president of the Ryder Global Logistics Division, a $1.8 billion business unit providing supply chain and logistics services for companies around the world, including many automotive OEMs and suppliers. He led the growth of Ryder into Asia, and expanded services and solutions in Europe and the Americas.