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Board of Directors

John Frick, Chairman of the Board of Directors, joined Chisholm Private Capital Partners in 1996, helping to form and capitalize Chisholm (II). Mr. Frick has seventeen years of experience in private capital investing. Prior to joining Chisholm Private Capital Partners, Mr. Frick had extensive experience in managing and investing in leveraged buyouts and turnaround situations. Mr. Frick received an MBA from Stanford University Business School, a BS degree from Allegheny College and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Patrick M. Castleberry, President.

Nicholas V. Duncan is Critical’s founder and one of its leading financial partners. Mr. Duncan founded Global Combined Technologies, Inc. (“Global”) and served as its CEO until its sale to a public company in 1998. During this time, Global’s revenues grew to $80MM annually. Mr. Duncan served as CEO of Critical until January 2002. He has over twenty years of diversified entrepreneurial and managerial experience. He has built a highly qualified and experienced team focusing on innovative solutions and outstanding customer service.

John Oldham, Chief Executive Officer.

Shannon Self represents a principal investor group on Critical's Board. Mr. Self is an attorney practicing law in Oklahoma City, concentrating in the areas of Commercial Transactions Oil and Gas Real Estate Corporate Law and Venture Capital.  Mr. Self, a CPA since 1980, is a graduate of Northwestern University School of Law (1984) and is an active member of the Oklahoma and American Bar Associations.

Scott Klososky (Advisory Director), Critical's CEO from 2002 to 2004, brings diverse technology industry experience to Critical. Mr. Klososky was the founder and CEO of webcasts.com, an Internet broadcast network for interactive webcasting. Under his five-year leadership, webcasts.com established itself as the Web’s most full-service broadcast infrastructure company. Webcasts.com was acquired by iBeam for approx $115 million in March of 2000. In 1988, Mr. Klososky founded one of the first profitable Soviet/American joint ventures, ParaGraph, Inc.