Wirt D. Walker, III Chairman Eigerhawk, Ltd. was founded by Wirt D. Walker, III. Mr. Walker is also co-founder and Chairman of Ecohawk Tech Services Inc. which was established to create a large scale specialized services and solutions company through selective mergers, acquisitions and investments in partnership with company owners and management teams. Previously, Mr. Walker co-founded and was a Director and the Managing Director of KuwAmCorporation, a private international business and investment firm which developed and brokered international business transactions, engaged in special situation investment, provided capital, corporate finance and investment banking services to companies, and established, funded and managed two private investment partnerships comprised of investment partners from the United States, Europe and the Middle East. Mr. Walker and his partners have invested in more than 30 privately held and publicly traded companies as minority, majority, passive, and active investors. He led and was directly involved in the development and consummation of corporate restructurings and financings that resulted in the creation of significant shareholder and enterprise value, and he has served as a director of numerous privately held and publicly traded companies. Mr. Walker graduated from L.A.S. in Switzerland and earned an AB degree in Government and Law from Lafayette College. He is a licensed pilot and enjoys flying gliders/sailplanes, skiing, tennis, and travel.
Peter H. B. Lejeune Director
Mr. Lejeune has more than three decades of experience in the private and public sectors. His experience in the private sector includes providing strategic, operational, and technology consulting and advisory services to Tier One defense contractors Lockheed Martin Corporation and L-3 Communications Holdings, Inc. as well as several smaller and early stage companies. Mr. Lejeune has served in executive management positions at Strategic Analysis, Inc. as its Executive Vice President, National Security and Intelligence, prior to which he served as Vice President, Strategic Programs/Combating Terrorism - Applied Technology Sector of L-3 Communications; Vice President, Special Programs of Titan Corporation; and Vice President, Global Crisis Management of JP Morgan & Co. Mr. Lejeune has also worked directly wtih various government agencies including the Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, and intelligence communities. Additionally, he is a Fellow at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies. Mr. Lejeune holds U.S. classified security clearances. He graduated from the University of Nottingham (England, United Kingdom).
Timothy E. Richey Director
Mr. Richey has worked on some of corporate America's most difficult and challenging situations, including most recently as an independent consultant to JP Morgan Chase & Co. and previously to Fannie Mae developing strategies to process and deal with non-performing assets. He has held positions at the private equity firm of Cerberus Capital Management including as a financial advisor to ResCap, the residential mortgage division of GMAC. Prior to his work for Cerberus, Mr. Richey played a leadership role in the rebuilding of accounting process and internal controls of MCI/WorldCom and Navistar and the restructuring of Latin American farming operations for Chiquita Brands International. Mr. Richey holds a BS in Political Science (International Political Economics) from Pitzer College, an MBA from Willamette University (Operations Management), and an MIM (Master of International Management) from Thunderbird School of Global Management (Finance and Latin America).
Aharon Zer Director
Mr. Zer is the President of Financial and Capital Services, Inc., a company engaged in private investment activities and in assisting companies with corporate development strategies and initiatives including advice and assistance in securing investment capital, financings, and merger and acquisition opportunities. Previously, Mr. Zer managed the United States investment activities for an international private business, investment, and trading company. Mr. Zer was responsible for the analysis, evaluation, and consummation of transactions and their subsequent management and overview. During his career, Mr. Zer has served as a senior economist with a foreign bank and was responsible for evaluating industrial projects. He has also served as a director of numerous publicly traded and privately held banks and industrial companies. Mr. Zer earned a MA degree in Business Administration from Tel Aviv University and a BA degree in Economics and Statistics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.
William M. Aukamp, Esq. Advisor
Mr. Aukamp has worked with financial institutions in a variety of capacities including as outside and inside bank general counsel, a bank President and CEO, an outside independent bank director, and as an officer and director of Delaware investment holding companies. He was a partner in the New York law firm of Dalton, Henoch & Aukamp and the Washington, DC firm of Anderson, Aukamp & Gingold, both of which represented a number of banks and other businesses. Mr. Aukamp was also head of the legal department at Security National Bank, a New York commercial bank with a 100 branch network. Upon Security National's acquisition by Chemical Bank (now JP Morgan Chase) he became Vice President & Counsel in its Legal Department. Subsequently, he helped establish Chemical Bank Delaware, initially serving as its General Counsel and later as its President & CEO. During his tenure with Chemical Bank Delaware, he served as President of the Delaware Bankers Association and as a member of the American Bankers Association's Government Relations Council. After 18 years with the Chemical Bank organization, he returned to the private practice of law and became a founding director of a de novo bank in Delaware, Christiana Bank & Trust Company and served as Chairman of the Board's Audit committee. Mr. Aukamp is a graduate of Lafayette College and Cornell University Law School.