Barry serves as the President of the Independent Time & Labor Management Association and the Workforce Educational Association. Prior he has served on the Board of Directors of the WEO in the positions of Secretary Treasurer and Vice President.
Barry is considered by many as one of the thought leaders in the occupational technology marketplace with specialties in workforce management, human factors engineering, and industrial psychology.
For 15 years, he has been the Director of Time Systems, a DirectHR Technologies company where he has developed a reputation for creative, cost effective approaches and partnerships that help organizations achieve their maximum potential.
Barry has dedicated himself to a lifetime of service and has served as a Human Resources chairman of the SPCA of Tampa Bay and has spent 10 years as a member of the Board of Directors. Barry currently serves as an officer of the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is an active member of Rotary international.
Barry is a graduate of Temple University and has been recognized as one of the top 40 business leaders by the Business Journal. And, in January 2005, Barry was appointed to the National Business Development Committee by President George W. Bush.
Sherry is a dynamic leader in the industry and formerly served as President of the Independent Time and Labor Management Association and is chairman of the Workforce Education Organization Steering Committee. She has been active in the ITLMA for 12 years, having served as Secretary Treasurer and Vice President. Her vision is to build the WEO as THE association in which to gain the skills necessary to understand how employees and employers can accomplish true partnership and maximum productivity.
Sherry has been in the business for 25 years. Starting by selling ID systems in the 80’s, Sherry increased company revenues through timekeeping product sales, being recognized as Indiana Branch Sales Rep of the year in 1994.
Sherry Evens is currently President of Evens Time, Inc., a 76-year reseller of time and attendance, labor management systems, and parking/access control/video surveillance systems, located in Indianapolis, Indiana.
She is also a member of the National Association of Women Business Owners, and has achieved certification for Evens Time as a Women’s Business Enterprise with the City of Indianapolis, the State of Indiana, and the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council. Sherry is also a member of the International Parking Institute.
Michael Hoover is the president of ATR Systems and has been in the time and labor management industry since graduating from Pennsylvania State University in 1999 with a degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. Michael has increased his company's revenues by more than 25 percent and kept pace with the industry's rapidly evolving technology.
Michael has served on the board of directors for the Independent Time & Labor Management Association (ITLMA) since 2005. He currently serves as the Vice President of the ITLMA and the Workforce Educational Organization. Michael continues to grow as an industry leader and has been published in Marking Time, the ITLMA's quarterly magazine. ATR systems has been written about in The Intelligencer, Bucks County Herald, Warminster Patch, Keystone Edge, Technically Philly and more. ATR systems is a member of the Sustainable Business Network of Greater Philadelphia.
Ron currently is Executive Secretary/Treasurer of the Independent Time & Labor Management Association (ITLMA) and Past President. During his leadership the Association was transformed from an organization from equipment dealers to a Workforce and Labor Management Association which incorporates an entire industry. Ron is also on the Workforce Educational Organization Steering and Funding Committees.
Ron’s background includes banking, manufacturing, and equipment leasing. His leadership roles have included interim bank management, management of a $300 million Teller Division, sales and administration management. His background also includes startup businesses in financing and equipment sales and leadership giving him tremendous understanding of business problems from the owner’s perspective.
Ronald “Ron” Henricksen is founder and co-owner of RAI Technology, Inc. – a leader in the industry since 1992. The company’s principal business is the sale and service of Automated Time and Attendance systems to employers in all industries and of varying sizes.
His outside activities include past member of The La Grange Illinois Economic Development Committee. Currently he is a member of La Grange School District 102 Finance Council which oversees all financial matters for the district. Ron is currently a member of the La Grange Rotary Club and is Past President.
Patricia “Pat” Ward is a Certified Public Accountant. She serves on Steering Committee for the Workforce Educational Organization. She is also on the board of the Independent Time and Labor Management Association.
Pat is a Member-Manager of Commercial Technology Group, LLC. She has been involved in selling, configuring, and implementing Workforce Management Systems for Commercial Technology Group since founding the company in 2003. She provides workforce management technology services to clients in a variety of industries including manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality, government/public sector and retail.
Prior to founding Commercial Technology Group, Pat was employed as a Workforce Management Systems Implementation Specialist. During that time she gained over 20 years of experience in the implementation, configuration, and support of proprietary timekeeping systems.
Lisa is on the Workforce Educational Organization Steering Committee and will play an important role in the development of the certification content and collaboration with leading experts in the industry. As Co-Founder, Lisa will coordinate the activities of the WEO various committees and content contributors to the Workforce Asset Management Professional Certification program.
Lisa Disselkamp is a Director at Deloitte Consulting LLP (Deloitte Consulting) where she leads a practice specializing in workforce utilization and strategic deployment of time and labor management technologies. Prior to joining Deloitte Consulting she ran a management consulting firm, Athena Enterprises, LLC. She has written two books on Time and Labor Management systems including the popular, No Boundaries- How to Use Time and Labor Management Systems to Win the Race for Profits and Productivity (John Wiley & Sons Publishing, Inc. 2009).
Lisa is also an advisor to Wall Street analysts, serves on several advisory boards and committees, and is a popular keynote speaker and panel participant. She collaborates with academic and industry researchers and has been tendered as an expert legal witness defending employers in large class action FLSA lawsuits with respect to their use of timekeeping systems and business practices.
She graduated magna cum laude from Earlham College with a B.A. in Japanese and International Management. She also attended Iwate Medical University in Morioka, Japan. In 2008 she was recognized as “Smart Woman’s Technology Star” and in 2009 Lisa and her firm, Athena, won the prestigious Top 100 Women and Minority Business Entrepreneurs.
Ed is a Human Capital Management (HCM) and Workforce Management (WFM) strategic consultant and technology evangelist, having been both an educator and student of management, technology, and leading practices for over 25 years. Ed's professional passion is helping to build higher-performing organizations by optimizing the effectiveness of people, process, information, and technology.
In his current role as Global Solutions Manager for SumTotal Systems, Inc., the global leader in Strategic Human Capital Management, Ed advises enterprise clients on the value and full utilization of HCM and WFM technology and leading practices. He has held senior leadership roles in professional services, management consulting, value analysis, and marketing for several leading-edge HCM and WFM technology providers. As a practitioner, he has led large operational consulting and systems/application development groups.
In addition to his role on the Workforce Educational Organization Blueprint Team Ed's industry contributions include: Currently Co-Managing Editor of Workforce Solutions Review magazine, the professional journal of IHRIM (The International Association of Human Resources Information Management); Professional Development Committee - IHRIM; Board of Directors - IHRIM New England Chapter; Content Committee Chair, Annual International Conference - IHRIM. Ed also currently sits on the Advisory Board of The Institute for Human Resources WFM Certification Program; and is a past member of the Advisory Board for the WFM Learning Community of The Human Capital Institute (HCI). Ed is a frequent presenter at industry events.
Ed holds a M.B.A. degree in Marketing and Computer Sciences from Northeastern University and a B.S. degree from Tufts University.