Board of Directors

Gary Lagarde
Board of Directors, AgentWare, Inc.

See Executive Management Bio

Chris Rogowski
Board of Directors, AgentWare, Inc.

Christopher E. Rogowski joined the board of AgentWare in 2001. Since 2000, he has been a Portfolio Manager and Investment Analyst for Grace Brothers Ltd. Previously, Mr. Rogowski worked with Alex. Brown and Sons and its successors, BT Alex. Brown and DB Alex. Brown, in various capacities in Investment Banking and Private Equity. He currently serves as a director of Bell Geospace, Inc. Mr. Rogowski graduated from Dartmouth College with an A.B. in Economics and Computer Science. Mr. Rogowski received an MBA, with honors distinction, from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

John J. Sicilian
Board of Directors, AgentWare, Inc.

Mr. Sicilian is a senior partner of 1848 Capital Partners LLC. Throughout his career, Mr. Sicilian has served on the board of directors of numerous travel and transportation-related companies, both public and private (including Pan American World Airways, ARINC, AgentWare, OneTravel, Eastern Airlines). During 2003-2004, Mr. Sicilian was the primary bankruptcy and workout advisor to Heartland Food Corp. with respect to its acquisitions of 248 Burger King franchised restaurants. In addition, in 2003-2004, Mr. Sicilian served as primary advisor to Bank of America regarding the successful disposition of its controlling interest in Arrow Air Cargo, a $200 million air cargo carrier. Mr. Sicilian also co-led investments in Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Museums in New York City and London, as well as Sunbelt Diversified Enterprises LLC, Lendia LLC and DCAB Entertainment Partners LLC.

Previously, Mr. Sicilian was the Chairman and President of the reorganized Eastern Airlines from 1995- 2002, and its Executive Vice President and General Counsel from 1990-1994. During his tenure, Mr. Sicilian consummated over 150 transactions involving over $2.2 billion in assets, including regulated international route authorities, complex airport leasehold interests, over 130 aircraft, over 300 engines and numerous intellectual property assets. His responsibilities also included the disposition of eight operating entities employing over 1,500 employees as well as resolution of pension claims involving approximately 25,000 ex-employees and retiree health benefit claims relating to approximately 10,000 retirees. Mr. Sicilian also negotiated the resolution of general labor, secured financing, environmental, frequent flyer plan-related and airport/landlord claims in excess of $15 billion.

Formerly, Mr. Sicilian was an attorney with Verner, Liipfert, Bernhard, McPherson and Hand (now merged with DLA Piper Rudnick) in Washington, D.C. and Ford & Harrison in Atlanta. Mr. Sicilian holds a J.D. from Washington & Lee Law School and a Bachelor of Arts from Holy Cross College.