Trey Sharp has worked in the wireless communication business since 1994, taking over as CEO of Sharp Communication in 2006. In Trey’s time as CEO, Sharp pivoted away from cellular and paging and back into push-to-talk, increasing Sharp’s push-to-talk revenues by 300% and increasing overall company revenues by 50%. After co-founding Tango Tango in 2016, Trey took over as full-time Tango Tango CEO in March 2017.
Trey writes about entrepreneurship and self development on his blog at JustABitBetterEveryday.com. Trey also serves as Content Director for New Leaf Digital, a Huntsville, AL based nonprofit devoted to developing young entrepreneurs and encouraging overall entrepreneurship. Trey also serves on Huntsville, AL Mayor Tommy Battle’s Council on Research and Technology and is one of 9 North American company executives on Motorola Solutions National Service Partner Advisory Council.
Richard Walker is an accomplished technology leader, with over 25 years of experiencing developing products for both startups and established companies, such as Motorola, Honeywell, Nokia, and ADTRAN. His former roles have included company founder, software developer, software architect, engineering director, and product manager. This experience has encompassed all important phases of technology development: developing business and product concepts, designing system and software architecture, hiring a quality development team, building and supporting the product.
Immediately before founding Tango Tango, Mr. Walker served as Technical Lead at ADTRAN, where he collaborated with many of the world’s largest communication companies to help develop new access networking technologies, which focused heavily on software defined networking, networks function virtualization, and cloud based software architectures and deployments.
Board of Directors
Chairman, CEO of Digium
Danny Windham currently serves as CEO of Digium, a Huntsville, AL based supplier of communications products and technology. Digium is the original creator of Asterisk, the industry’s first open source communications platform. Before joining Digium, Windham was President and Chief Operating Officer of ADTRAN, Inc. He holds a BSEE degree from Mississippi State University and an MBA from Florida Tech. Danny joined ADTRAN in 1989 through the acquisition of Processing Telecom Technologies – a company he co-founded in 1986.
Interests outside of Digium include serving as a board member of the Hudson Alpha Biotech Institute, the Huntsville Chamber of Commerce, BizTech, ServisFirst Bank, and a number of small companies. Additionally, he serves on the Mississippi State Engineering Advisory Council where he has been honored as a Distinguished Engineering Fellow.
Founder/Chairman of Tritech Software Systems
Chris Maloney is Chairman, founder and past President/CEO of TriTech Software Systems. Under his leadership, TriTech has become the largest public safety software company in the world, providing solutions to more than 3,000 installations spanning 14 countries. Chris has more than 20 years of hands-on experience within the public safety industry. Prior to TriTech, Chris was founder and President/CEO of Voyager Systems, a public safety wireless software and services company. Early in his career, Chris held various positions in control center operations, field operations, and finance for a nationwide emergency medical services provider.
Attorney with Lanier Ford Shave & Payne PC
Mr. Marsden’s practice is concentrated in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, private equity, securities, and technology. Mr. Marsden routinely advises clients entering into private equity transactions and assists them in negotiating with venture capitalists and optimizing their capital structure. He routinely handles mergers and acquisitions, including advising the board of directors and negotiating and preparing letters of intent, definitive acquisition agree- ments, escrow agreements, and related documents. He also assists clients with shareholders’ and directors’ meetings and advises boards of directors about fiduciary responsibilities and governance issues.
Mr. Marsden applies his knowledge of technology to address intellectual property issues faced by business clients in various corporate transactions. He advises clients on technology and licensing strategies and has counseled clients on domestic and international technology licensing contracts and technology development agreements.
Mr. Marsden has been selected by his peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America (2012, 2013, and 2014 editions). He is listed in the areas of corporate law and mergers and acquisitions.