William McGuire - COMPUTER TASK Independent Director

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William D. McGuire is Independent Director of Company. he was a Director since February 2008. He is currently a Director and Chairman of The Ziegler Companies, Inc., which provides investment banking and asset management services mainly to notforprofit institutions such as healthcare providers, senior living facilities, schools and churches. Mr. McGuire also serves as a Director and Chairman of Hospital Billing and Collection Services, Inc. Mr. McGuire was the President and Chief Executive Officer of Kaleida Health from 2002 until the end of 2005. Prior to that, he served as the CEO of the Catholic Medical Centers of Brooklyn and Queens, Incarnate World Health Services, Mount Carmel Health, Mercy Health Care System, Wills Eye Hospital and the Childrens Medical Center . Mr. McGuires healthcare career began in 1964 and he served in hospital administrative positions at the University of Wisconsin Hospitals before becoming the Corporationrationrate Chief Operating Officer of Mercy Catholic Medical Center in 1979. Mr. McGuires professional experience also includes healthcare industry consulting and adjunct faculty positions in graduate business and health services administration at several universities. Mr. McGuire is a Life Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives, a Fellow in the New York Academy of Medicine, and a Fellow in the Royal Society of Medicine and he has served on the boards of numerous healthcare provider and payer organizations and professional associations.
Age: 70  Director Since 2008      
COMPUTER TASK GRP (TSK) is traded on Berlin Stock Exchange in Germany and employs 12 people.

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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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