CEO FORUM – 03.08.10 Orlando

The Rollins College Center for Advanced Entrepreneurship and CEO Nexus, in collaboration with the Florida High Tech Corridor Council, cordially invite you to the CEO Forum, a program series that brings together leaders of established growth-stage businesses in a confidential setting to meet and learn from CEO peers who have grown their companies into more advanced stages of business development.

This event is by invitation only.

Monday, March 8, 2010

SunTrust Auditorium, Rollins College

Registration and networking from 6:30 to 7:00 pm

Program and Q&A from 7:00 to 8:00 pm

Speaker: Harold Mills
CEO, ZeroChaos

As CEO of ZeroChaos, Mr. Mills oversees the strategic direction and market development for one of the top workforce management companies in the country. Noted by Inc magazine as one of America’s 500 fastest growing companies, ZeroChaos has been recently recognized as the sixth largest company on Black Enterprises’ BE100 list. ZeroChaos was also ranked third in the Orlando Business Journal’s 2010 Golden 100 list of the largest privately held companies in Central Florida with $664 million in revenue. Mr. Mills attributes these achievements to his incredible team of marketspace experts who through innovation and thought leadership have transformed the way Fortune 1000 companies manage their workforce.

Mr. Mills has been honored with many awards, including the Ernst &Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Orlando’s Entrepreneur of the Year, the YMCA Black Achievers, and many others. Mills is a member of the Young Presidents Organizations (YPO) and has been featured in industry and trade magazines other media outlets. Mr. Mills is a frequent speaker at industry, Fortune 500 corporate, and community events.

Prior to ZeroChaos, Mr. Mills held various executive positions in general management and corporate development with leading solutions companies including AT&T (formerly Ameritech), where Mr. Mills was the Executive Director and General Manager of one its emerging technology business units, and GE as a member of one its world-renowned management training programs.

Mr. Mills received his bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and his MBA from the Harvard Business School. Mr. Mills resides in Orlando, Florida with his wife and three children and is actively involved with various community organizations including the Florida Children’s Hospital Foundation, Florida Cancer Foundation, the Florida Minority Business Opportunity Council, the Negro Spiritual Scholarship Foundation and University of Central Florida Foundation board.

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