Company Overview
Executive Profile
Entreteach Staff

Professional Staff

Keynote Speaker Robert L. Wallace
Anne L. Johnson
Carol Diggs
Carolyn W. Green
Christopher J. Williams
Harry W. Holt, Jr.
Jerome L. Sanders
Louis G. Hutt, Jr.
Dr. Samuel Bernard Little
Wayne Armour


Keynote Speaker Robert L. WallaceRobert L. Wallace is the founder and Chairman of the Board of BITHGROUP Technologies, Inc., and founder and President of Entreteach Learning Systems, LLC. BITHGROUP Technologies provides services in management consulting, telecommunications, PC support and integration, and document imaging. Mr. Wallace has over 30 years' experience in engineering, telecommunications, systems development, and in the development of executives and entrepreneurs. Robert Wallace earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mechanics from the University of Pennsylvania, and his Masters of Business Administration from the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. His corporate experiences include assignments at DuPont, Procter and Gamble, Westinghouse, IBM and ECS Technologies. Mr. Wallace serves on the boards of the Workforce Investment Board of Baltimore City, the GE Center For Financial Learning, The Chapman Company, The Mentoring Institute, Maryland Technology Council, the Mayor's Commission on African-American Males, the Associated Black Charities, and others.
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Anne L. Johnson is a partner in the law firm of Siskind, Grady, Rosen, Hoover & Levin, P.A. She practices in the areas of Commercial Transactions, Business Law, and Real Estate. She is a Mayoral appointee to the Board of Trustees of the Workforce Investment Board of Baltimore City, an alliance formed with business, labor, education, government, and community leaders to establish priorities and provide policy oversight for expenditure of Workforce Investment Act Funds. Ms. Johnson is a former President and member of the Board of Directors of Women Entrepreneurs of Baltimore, Inc. ("WEB"), a micro-enterprise organization whose mission is to assist individuals in owning and operating their own businesses. She is also a member of the both the Maryland State Bar and American Bar Associations.
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Carol Diggs has helped to develop "people power" in organizations as diverse as software and insurance companies, banks, and state government. She helps organizations develop technical products and systems: she introduced Quicken to Maryland in 1988, recommended the first placement of an automated teller machine in a convenience store in the U.S., and helped develop the country's leading account reconciliation software for over 500 banks and insurance companies. Ms. Diggs also does custom training in technical skills, customer service, management skills, interviewing, counseling, and marketing and sales skills. Recently Ms. Diggs has been a Project Leader to develop the requirements for several Maryland programs, including the state's driver license and the Independence Card (electronic benefits transfer). Education: B.A., University of Oklahoma; M.A., George Washington University; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University.
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Carolyn W. Green is the Vice President of Business Development at, responsible for business development and strategic partnerships. Carolyn has over 17 years of experience at major corporations such as General Motors, DuPont, and Procter & Gamble. Carolyn earned her B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Delaware, and also has graduate and executive training from the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and the University of Tennessee.
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Christopher J. Williams is the founder, Chairman, and CEO of The Williams Capital Group, L.P. In 1999, the Williams Capital Group ranked among the top 20 underwriters of U.S. investment grade corporate debt and participated in several of the year's largest initial public offerings. Mr. Williams' career includes nine years with Lehman Brothers, where as Senior Vice President he was responsible for debt capital markets and the origination and trading of structured fixed income securities. He then formed Williams Financial Markets, a division of Jefferies & Company that specialized in structuring debt financings for corporate borrowers. Mr. Williams serves on the boards of the New York City Partnership and Chamber of Commerce, the New York District of Securities Industry Association, and The Economic Club of New York. He holds an M.A. in Business Administration from the Amos Tuck School at Dartmouth College, and a B.A. in architecture from Howard University.
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Harry W. Holt, Jr. is an entrepreneur, management consultant, writer and teacher. He is Senior Vice-President for Curriculum Development for provides workshops, seminars, curricula, and computer-based training software for schools, universities, small business councils, and community organizations. Mr. Holt has over 16 years' experience in engineering, systems development, management consulting, and entrepreneurship. He has authored numerous business cases instrumental in facilitating entrepreneurship development. Mr. Holt's extensive corporate experience includes stints at Calgon, Nynex, IBM, and Price Waterhouse. Harry holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Brown University; a MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College; and is a Ph.D. candidate in Human Resources Management/Organizational Behavior from George Washington University.
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Jerome L. Sanders serves as the Chief Financial Officer of Entreteach Learning Systems. He is responsible for managing the company's financial assets. Before he was a part of the Entreteach team, Jerry spent twenty-five years in various corporate and consulting roles. He has held positions in engineering, marketing, sales, finance, and operations for DuPont, United Technologies, Siemens, Towers Perrin and Gemini Consulting. Most recently he held domestic and international senior executive positions at United Technologies/Carrier, and Siemens Energy and Automation, Inc. Jerry earned his Masters of Business Administration from The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania and holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Akron. Beyond managing the financial strategy and direction of the company, Jerry provides oversight to the company's staff augmentation service offering. Specifically the company seeks to augment personnel in the functional areas of administrative services, clerical, light industrial, information technology and professional capacities for commercial and government organizations.
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Louis G. Hutt, Jr. is the managing member of Bennett, Hutt & Co., L.L.C., a 16-year old full service accounting and management consulting firm. Bennett, Hutt & Co. provides business, tax-exempt organizations and individuals with financial, accounting, income tax, business consulting and management training. Mr. Hutt is a graduate of Washington University and University of Maryland School of Law. He is a CPA and a licensed member of the Maryland Bar. Because of his dual professional competencies in financial accounting and business law, Mr. Hutt is able to offer holistic recommendations for solving business problems and meeting special client service needs. Mr. Hutt is involved in numerous community, financial, and educational programs and is a member of the Board of Trustees of Washington University.
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Dr. Samuel Bernard Little is Executive Director of the Empowerment Network Foundation (TEN) in Bethesda, Maryland, responsible for the foundation's programs, fiscal operations, and human resources. He is the advocate of TEN's innovative "Self-Sufficiency and Empowerment for Achieving Success" (SEAS) initiative, a computer-based technology training system providing long-term support in workforce skills development for public housing and Section 8 residents. Dr. Little previously served with the Housing Authority of Baltimore City (HABC) as Director of STEP-UP, a national model program which moves public housing residents toward self-sufficiency through careers in construction trades and other "apprenticeable" occupations. Under his leadership, HABC implemented several intervention programs that became models of "best practices" in the country. Dr. Little earned his B.A. in Sociology from Morgan State University in Baltimore, M.A. in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania, and Ph.D. from the University of Maryland where he is a Clinical Assistant Adjunct Professor.
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Wayne Armour, Chief Network Officer, is responsible for constructing the technological infrastructure for Entreteach Learning Systems. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania. Wayne has over 20 years experience in the areas of secure web site implementation, web-database integration, network communications, and multimedia. Before joining the Entreteach executive team, Wayne held numerous positions in engineering, systems development, software engineering, web development, network security, wireless engineering, and security of wireless networks. He has worked for such companies as IBM, Deutsche Bank, Lehman Brothers, and OFO, Inc.
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