Harry Fleming, Chairman of the Board

Mr. Fleming has over 25 years of legal and business experience in corporate finance and securities law, focusing much of his career on emerging growth companies, mergers and acquisitions, strategic business planning and turnaround execution. His background includes venture capital representation, business strategy consulting, public company representation, as well as mergers and acquisitions with high tech firms in Houston and Boston. Additionally, he has extensive experience with consolidating companies in the healthcare, energy, and waste management industries. As CEO, President, CFO and General Counsel for several public and private companies, Fleming has a broad base of experience dealing with turnaround and growth strategies.

Fleming has been quoted in numerous publications, including MIT Technology Review, Scientific American, Solar Today, Sustainable Energy, Inter PV, Houston Business Journal, The Houston Chronicle, The San Francisco Business Times, and on “The Business Makers” and “Corporate Strategies” radio shows, among other news outlets. Fleming has also presented at numerous industry conferences and has spoken as a guest lecturer at London Business School on M&A strategies.

Fleming received his MBA from Boston College in 1999, JD from the University Houston in 1983, and BA from the University of St. Thomas in 1980.


Steven Ozonian, Audit Committee Chair

Steve Ozonian has eclipsed most any executive in the Residential Real Estate industry with a unique mix of operational and leadership positions. Steve started his career with Chicago Title and Trust as a Director passing though the title, trust and data divisions while interfacing with the real estate industry. While at CTT Steve became the CFO of the Corporate Real Estate Services division and also served as the Director of Real Estate and CIO leading the acquisition, carry and disposition of billions of dollars of single family assets. Steve was then recruited by Coldwell Banker where initially he served as the EVP of Strategic Planning for the National Services group responsible for building out a national footprint and primary services such as mortgage and title. Steve also became the COO of CB’s Corporate Mobility business leading institutional sales and the operational performance of the company. Both the retail and corporate groups grew to be leaders in the industry with thousands of locations and over 60,000 sales associates throughout North America creating a multi-billion dollar company. Steve was then recruited by Prudential to lead the residential brokerage operation as COO/CFO and build out a national company. Over a 9 year period the brokerage business was built to 1600 locations with over 50,000 sales associates along with the growth of mortgage and title operations. Steve became Chairman and CEO of both the retail and institutional companies holding one of the most prominent positions in real estate. While helping to develop a future focus for the industry Steve became involved with the Realtors Information Network and subsequently took the role of CEO for Realtor.com leading the development of the industry’s most grand initiative in 100 years. Realtor.com defeated competitors such as Microsoft and Yahoo to become the number one portal for residential real estate with millions of subscribers and held that position for many years. Steve then went on to work as the CEO of Realty Information Systems and RealEstate.com and also served as the National Home Ownership Executive for Bank of America. Steve now serves as the Chief Real Estate Officer at Carrington Capital, a muti-billion dollar real estate investment fund manager and operator. Steve has been named a Top Innovator and one of the most influential leaders in real estate by The National Association of Realtors and other media outlets. Steve was certified by the Securities and Exchange Commission as a financial expert for public company administration in 2008. Steve and his family have resided in Laguna Beach, CA for over thirty years. Steve has an MBA from Loyola University of Chicago.

Steve holds the following positions:

  • Lead director for Lending Tree and serves as chair of the public company’s audit committee and chairs the executive committee.
  • Independent director of the Wiliston Financial Group (a Golden Gate Capital holding) where he is a member of the audit committee.
  • Independent member of the board of Realty Mogul (a Canaan Investment) and is a member of the compensation and audit committees.
  • Chairman of the board of Global Mobility Solutions, a privately held company in the executive relocation services industry.
  • Independent director of the board of Realty Trac and is the chairman of the audit committee and a member of the compensation and nominating committee.

Tom Foster, Director

Mr. Foster, age 76, previously served on the Company's Board of Directors from October 2010 to June 2013, and from July 2014 to April 2015. Mr. Foster also served as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer from February 2011 through March 2013. Mr. Foster practiced federal and cross-border taxation (international, state New Director and local) for 30 years (through 1997) at Exxon, where he presented numerous tax presentations and meetings with various foreign governments (including China) on local and U.S. tax issues of concern to U.S. oil companies. He managed state income tax litigation (including various major Alaska tax cases). He coordinated industry efforts to challenge states' positions on various tax issues in state and federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Foster currently has a private law practice specializing in tax and restructuring. Mr. Foster received his LLM in taxation from New York University School of Law, his JD from Baylor University School of Law and his BBA from Baylor University School of Business. Mr. Foster is a CPA and admitted to practice law in the State of Texas. Mr. Foster's previous experience on the Board and senior management team of our company, together with his extensive experience in law, tax and finance provide the Board with important and useful perspectives and bolster the Board's overall skillset.


Badlani, MD
, Director

Neil Badlani, M.D., M.B.A. is a Board-Certified Orthopedic Surgeon specializing in Minimally Invasive Spine Surgery. He has been the Chief Medical Officer for Nobilis Health and North American Spine since March 2016 and served before that as the Vice President of Medical Affairs for 1 year. Based in Houston, clinically he practices cutting-edge techniques in treating spine, back and neck pain, as well as complicated spinal disorders in patients of all ages. His surgical emphasis is on minimally invasive techniques including laser and robotic surgery. He has been featured on KHOU 11, Fox 26, KPRC Local 2 and in the Houston Chronicle.

Dr. Badlani is also an award winning researcher having been recognized nationally by the American Academy of Sports Medicine and Western Orthopaedic Association and internationally by the Combined Orthopaedic Research Societies of the USA, Canada, Japan and Europe for his work. He has presented his research both on orthopaedic surgery and economic aspects of medicine at national meetings including the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons and the North American Spine Society. In recent years, he has given several national presentations on the Economics of Outpatient Surgery using Nobilis best practice techniques. He has written several papers and given presentations about orthopaedic hospitals, surgery centers and medical reimbursement issues. He has written numerous book chapters about minimally invasive spine surgery. He is a reviewer for “The Spine Journal" and "The International Journal of Spine Surgery".

Dr. Badlani earned a B.A. in economics from the George Washington University, graduating Summa Cum Laude in only 3 years. He completed a dual MD/MBA program in just 5 years at the University of Pittsburgh. His orthopaedic surgery training was done at the University of California, San Diego, followed by fellowships in both adult and pediatric spine surgery at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL


Susan Watt, Director

Ms. Watt has had a 30-year career in public service, holding various leadership roles within both the Government of Canada and the Ontario Provincial Government. As a lawyer, part of Ms. Watt's career was spent liaising with law enforcement agencies in an effort to improve Ontario's policing policies and procedures. As Ontario's only female Police Complaints Commissioner, Ms. Watt played a significant role in the formation and development of Ontario's Civilian Oversight of Police Initiative.

Ms. Watt currently serves as a board member on the Adoption Council of Ontario and is a former member of the Ontario Board of Parole. She is also the founder of The Peter Pan Foundation, a non-profit organization in Ontario which sponsors community events throughout the year designed to provide a positive and uplifting experience for children from less-fortunate backgrounds.

Ms. Watt holds a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from McGill University, a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) from the University of Ottawa, and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the University of Cambridge in England.