Owen Sullivan - COMPUTER TASK Independent Director

Mr. Owen J. Sullivan is Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Sullivan is a former Operating Partner for Baird Capital, a VC, growth equity and private equity investment firm where he worked with its Technology and Services Team. He has over thirty years of executivelevel experience in the staffing solutions and professional resourcing industry, culminating in his service as President of ManpowerGroups Specialty Brands business, which he joined in 2003 and served in a variety of executive positions, including as Chief Executive Officer of Right Management and Jefferson Wells until his retirement in 2013. He previously served from 1993 to 2001 as president of the financial services group at Metavante in Brown Deer, WI, a financial technology firm since acquired by Fidelity National Information Services Inc., better known as FIS. Mr. Sullivan holds a Bachelors degree from Marquette University, where he serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees. He is also on the Boards of the Medical College of Wisconsin and Johnson Financial Group. He previously served on the Boards of Journal Communications, Ministry Health Care and Childrens Hospital of Wisconsin. Mr. Sullivan is unrelated to Daniel J. Sullivan, Chairman of the Board.
Age: 60  Director Since 2017      
Sullivan is the former President of ManpowerGroup’s Specialty Brands where he was responsible for all the nontraditional staffing and consulting businesses. He retired from ManpowerGroup, a $22 billion, Fortune 150 global leader in innovative workforce solutions, in 2013, having served as a member of their Executive Committee. A significant part of his business unit included Experis, ManpowerGroup’s $3 billion global business delivering professional resourcing and projectbased solutions in IT, finance and accounting, engineering and healthcare. Prior to joining ManpowerGroup in 2003, Mr. Sullivan served as President of the Financial Services Group of Metavante, Inc., a $700 million leading provider of financial services technology, until 2001. He joined Metavante in 1993 after a fourteenyear career with IBM, serving in a progression of sales, sales management and product marketing roles. Currently, Mr

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COMPUTER TASK GRP (TSK) is traded on Berlin Stock Exchange in Germany and employs 12 people.


Elected by the shareholders, the COMPUTER TASK's board of directors comprises two types of representatives: COMPUTER TASK inside directors who are chosen from within the company, and outside directors, selected externally and held independent of COMPUTER. The board's role is to monitor COMPUTER TASK's management team and ensure that shareholders' interests are well served. COMPUTER TASK's inside directors are responsible for reviewing and approving budgets prepared by upper management to implement core corporate initiatives and projects. On the other hand, COMPUTER TASK's outside directors are responsible for providing unbiased perspectives on the board's policies.
Clifford Bleustein, President CEO, Director
William McGuire, Independent Director
James Helvey, Independent Director
Brendan Harrington, CFO, Senior Vice President
Randall Clark, Independent Director
Owen Sullivan, Independent Director
Thomas Baker, Independent Director
David Klein, Independent Director
Arthur Crumlish, Senior Vice President
Filip Gyde, Senior Vice President
Daniel Sullivan, Independent Director
Valerie Rahmani, Independent Director
John Laubacker, Interim CFO
Peter Radetich, Senior Vice President General Counsel, Secretary
Alfred Hamilton, Vice President

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