GreenLight Our Team

Kevin Ward, President & CEO

When Kevin is not enjoying the deep powder in Colorado, he is running GreenLight Collaboration. And sometimes at the same time—fortunately GreenLight’s conferencing technology allows him to join conferences from the chair lift.

Kevin Ward is responsible for the overall management and operation of PC Conferencing. An avid ski racer, Kevin understands the key metrics of accelerating business performance. He understands what it takes to make online meetings successful and cost effective. He has 30 years of telecommunications and securities industry experience. Prior to founding PC Conferencing, Kevin’s sales and management expertise at Global Crossing (formerly Frontier ConferTech), allowed him to drive sales in excess of 115% each year. Kevin attended the University of Denver from 1974-1978, majoring in Marketing. He is an active ski racer with Rocky Mountain Masters ( and is a board member with the Rocky Mountain Division of USSA (

Suzanne Seigh, Finance & Administration

Suzanne’s personal motto is “Learn something new everyday, and help someone everyday.”  She is a Regional Ambassador for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life, and as a Team Captain, helps to raise Cancer Awareness and funds to fight Cancer. 

Suzanne applies the same principles to GreenLight Collaboration and her leadership has resulted in significant contributions to the Accounting and Human Resources Departments. Suzanne’s financial accounting and HR responsibilities include A/R, A/P, General Ledger, Budgets & Forecasts, Payroll, and Compensation Administration functions at GreenLight Collaboration.  Her experience in various industries and job functions enables her to wear many hats and approach challenges with a “big picture” attitude.  Her career highlights include Management for MGE UPS Systems, Major Account Representative for Konica Business Technologies, Operational Administrative Assistant for Cisco Systems, and Accountant and Office Manager for several Denver based companies.  She received her degree in Accounting from the University of Colorado, Denver.

Justin Bretting, Operations & Technology

Justin takes full advantage of living in Colorado. When he is not behind a computer, or figuring out how to make GreenLight Collaboration more robust and easier to use, he is skiing, cycling, golfing, and enjoying everything Colorado has to offer.

It’s not Justin’s diverse experience working with large telco’s like Sprint and Verizon, or smaller start-ups that is so impressive. Nor is it his management training from Yale or his computer science and engineering degree from Bucknell. It’s Justin’s enthusiasm and tenacious attitude that is remarkable. Justin is responsible for leading the technical vision of GreenLight Collaboration. His goal is to figure out how to make the most complicated technical solutions easy for customers to use. All these qualities enable Justin to lead our technical vision into the future.

Board of Directors

Advisory Board

Bill Graebel

Bill is Co-Chief Executive Officer of the Graebel Companies, Inc. which provides worldwide moving and storage services for household goods, commercial offices and special commodities. Founded in 1950, Graebel Companies, Inc. is the largest privately owned and operated U.S. relocation organization, providing local, intrastate, interstate, and international services. Bill is responsible for sales and operations for Graebel Van Lines and Graebel Movers International, Inc. He is an active member of the Employee Relocation Council, the Rocky Mountain Relocation Council, the Young Presidents' Organization, and the Foothills Ski Shop Racing Team. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Denver Area Council of the Boy Scouts and is a Board of Director for Colorado Uplift. Bill is an active ski racer in TeamSki and the Rocky Mountain Division of USSA.

Sandy Treat

Sandy is owner of Summit Habitats, one of the premier builders in the Vail Valley.
Sandy began his career as a builder in 1981 while earning his degree in real estate and construction management at the University of Denver. He began renovating homes in the older neighborhoods of Denver, working hands-on in all phases of construction. Seeing the opportunities in Vail, Sandy moved his operations there in 1986. An ex-NCAA All American, he ski races in the Rocky Mountain Division of USSA.

Morgan Nields

Morgan Nields is past Chairman (1973-2003) of the Board of Fischer Imaging Corporation, a designer, manufacturer, and marketer of specialty medical imaging systems for the screening and diagnosis of disease. He served as the company's CEO from 1973 until 2000, and as President from 1990 until 1992. Morgan is a Director and member of the Board of Governors of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), and a director of Breast Health Management, Inc. and Rad-icon Imaging Inc. He holds a B.A. from Williams College and an M.B.A. from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration at Dartmouth College. Morgan is an active ski racer in the Rocky Mountain Division of USSA.

Kevin Ward, Board Chairman

Advisory Board

Gregory Beveridge (Telecommunications)

Gregory Beveridge is a well-known telecommunication professional is well published in numerous industry publications. In addition, he owns seven telecommunications patents. Gregory’s 25-year industry history includes executive level positions with renowned companies such as AuraServ Communications, MediaOne Group and Labs, US West International and Advanced Technologies.

Larry L. Davis (Contracts)

Larry Davis served as Director of Facilities and Property Management for Global Crossing. His responsibilities included the management of more than 3 million square feet in over 300 locations. Larry served for 21 years in the U.S. Army and retired as Lieutenant Colonel. He has an MS in Procurement and Contracts Management from Webster University.

Charles R. Free (Legal Issues)

Charles Free is a partner with the law firm of Steninger, Balkenbush & Free, LLC, which specializes in product liability litigation. He currently serves as Municipal Judge for the City of Parker, Colorado, and has served as a Deputy District Attorney for Colorado's 18th Judicial District. Charles has a BA and a JD from the University of Denver.

Doug Hartmann (Startup Development)

Doug Hartmann has more than 23 years of professional leadership and business management expertise in executive and engineering capacities. Named one of Colorado's most influential leaders of 2001 (Denver Business Journal's "Outstanding Forty under 40"), he has proven accomplishments in strategic management, organizational development, new business development, and productivity improvement. Doug has directed the engineering and business operations activities of such companies as Scitor, ManTech Advanced Systems, Lockheed Martin, Siemens, Loral Aerospace, and the United States Air Force. As a co-founder of Paragon Dynamics, Inc., Doug worked with his executive team to increase revenue an average of 50% per annum over the past six years.

Doug has a BS in computer science from the University of Maryland, an Information Systems Analyst's Certificate and an MS in management information systems from Bowie State University, and an Avionics Systems Technology degree from the US Air Force.

Jim Elliot (Internet)

Jim Elliott most recently served as VP of Channel Sales for Terabeam where he oversaw the company’s marketing strategies for high-speed data services, and radio and laser communications equipment. His experience includes various sales, marketing and executive director positions. He prides himself in building strong inside sales centers and branch office connectively solutions for small-to-medium-sized businesses. In addition, Jim has strong demonstrated leadership skills which were put to task managing 50 market research and competitive intelligence professionals.

A member of National Collegiate Ski Association All-Conference Alpine Ski Team, Jim excels in outdoor activities including winning a Bronze Medal in the FIS Alpine Skiing Masters World Championships. He is an active ski racer in the Rocky Mountain Division of USSA.

John Hill (Business Development)

John Hill has 20 years of product management and marketing experience, with much of his career focused on venture-backed software and technology companies, including several successful start-ups. He was a founder and chief technologist for Capture Logic, led product management at Global Commerce Systems, and was part of the original team at Requisite Technologies. He also has held positions at Fortune 500 firms StorageTek, as a senior product manager, and Fujitsu ASG, as the vice president of marketing.

John holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering and an MBA in Finance, both from the University of Colorado.