Barbara Gill, President & CEO
With experience spanning over a 25 year period working in the legal litigation support and scanning industry, Barbara decided she wanted to expand her services to focus on her client's needs and pain points. In 2002, Barbara established Gill Digital Services, a woman-owned small business, working with private sectors, one-man offices to Fortune 500 companies and government facilities. In 2016, Barbara expanded her services by adding brokering, consulting and re-seller for back office business solution services. She was nominated as one of 100 women in Dallas to be recognized as the "Business Woman of the Year" award sponsored by SMU's Cox School of Business and named 2016 Woman of the Year by Wealth and Finance International. She is the author of an e-book entitled "How to Make $250,000 a Year By Going Paperless" available on googlebooks.com. Barbara will soon have her second book, "The Financial Brilliance of the Female Brain" which she is working with co-author Dr. Neil Gallagher. She has also appeared numerous times on Gallagher Financial Hour radio programs in Dallas, Texas, discussing paperless environments and their impact on Corporate America. In June, 2016, Salem Broadcasting started airing the new and unique program, "Secrets of Successful Women" every Saturday at 10:00 am on KEXB 620 AM, which is hosted by Barbara.
Barbara is a GPO Contractor, WBE Certified, WOSB, HUB, TxDOT, SBA and NCTRCA Certified.
Anthony C. Gill, Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer
Formerly, Anthony was an Official Court Reporter for the State of Wisconsin Court System. He holds the Certificate of Proficiency and the Certificate of Merit which were awarded to him by the National Shorthand Reporters Association (NSRA). He was also the President and owner of Anthony C. Gill and Associates, Inc. (a freelance court reporting firm) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with a branch in Madison, Wisconsin.
He is currently President of the China-America Tai Chi Federation (United States Division). Anthony competed in martial arts in Handan, China and Hangzhou, China earning four gold medals.