The Madison Drum & Bugle Corps Association (MDBCA) is proud to announce the addition of three new members to its board of directors. The new board members include:
Brian Gill - Brian is the founder and CEO of Gillware Inc., a data recovery technology firm based in Madison, Wisconsin. Brian holds a B.S. degree in computer science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and is a highly regarded expert in firmware architecture. Founded in 2004, Gillware employs 25 people and has been a noted tech start-up success in the Madison business community. Brian is also co-author of the WebLogic Server Bible, published by John Wiley & Sons.
Drew Hadley – Drew has spent his career as a chemical engineer for Procter & Gamble with significant leadership roles in their environmental, health & safety compliance and development. Drew currently spends time working on the environmental systems for international acquisitions based in China, Korea, Mexico and Western Europe. He has served on several boards including the Pennsylvania Environmental Council and the Chesapeake Bay Citizen’s Advisory Committee. Based in Cincinnati, Drew is a jazz percussionist, former Scoutmaster and provides percussion instruction for the Loveland High School marching band.
Tim Landess – Tim, a color guard alumnus of the Scouts, is the founder and CEO of Advantage Billing & Consultants, Inc. based in Indianapolis, Indiana. This cost reporting/billing company, geared towards long-term care facilities, currently employs 9 while servicing national clients. Tim is also a sought after lecturer and trainer in this field and frequently works with facilities and their staff members across the United States. Tim continues to be involved in the performance arts activity and currently judges band and color guard competitions. He is an active adjudicator for both Bands of America and Winter Guard International.
In addition, the MDBCA formally elected current board members Dave Heilman, Bryan Hughes and Ton Stam to 3-year terms as well as reappointing Steve Vickers and Tom Moffat for 1-year terms.