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Advisory Professionals

Ken Doyle

Mr. Doyle is a Managing Director with The Halifax Group and is responsible for identifying, executing and monitoring investments. Prior to joining Halifax in 2000, Mr. Doyle was an Industry Leader and Vice President at GE Equity, the private equity subsidiary of GE Capital. Prior to joining GE Equity, Mr. Doyle spent four years in investment banking as a Senior Associate for the Telecommunications Corporate Finance Group at Merrill Lynch and as an Associate with Chase Manhattan Bank in the Media and Telecommunications Group. Mr. Doyle also spent three years with Ernst & Young in the Entrepreneurial Services Group and obtained a C.P.A. license in 1990. Mr. Doyle graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. from Boston College and received his M.B.A. from Duke University. Mr. Doyle is a member of Young Presidents' Organization and currently serves on the Boards of Directors of North American Video, Inc., Papa John's United Holdings, Inc., and Taylor Logistics, LLC. Mr. Doyle is the Founder and President of Capital for Children.

David W. Dupree

Prior to co-founding the Halifax Group, Mr. Dupree was a Managing Director and Partner with The Carlyle Group, where he was primarily responsible for investments in healthcare and related sectors. Prior to joining The Carlyle Group in 1992, Mr. Dupree was a Principal in Corporate Finance with Montgomery Securities and prior to that, he was Co-Head of Equity Private Placements at Alex Brown & Sons Incorporated. Mr. Dupree earned a B.S. from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and received his M.B.A. from the Graduate School of Management at Wake Forest University. Mr. Dupree is a member of the Boards of Directors of the following Halifax portfolio companies: IASIS Healthcare Corporation, North American Video, Inc (Chairman), PJ United, Inc., CR, LLC, parent entity for Trio, Inc. and Nutrition Physiology Corporation. Mr. Dupree also served on the boards of Meineke Car Care Centers, Inc., InSight Health Services Corp., Universal Hospital Services, Inc, PolyPipe, Inc., and Soil Safe, Inc. Mr. Dupree is currently a Trustee of Wake Forest University and is a member of the Investment Policy Committee for the Wake Forest Endowment. He is past Chairman of the Board of Visitors of the Graduate School of Management at Wake Forest University. In the recent past, Mr. Dupree served as a Trustee for St. Patrick's Episcopal School in Washington, D.C. where he was also Chairman of the Finance Committee. He is still a member of the Finance and Audit Committee at St Patrick's. Mr. Dupree is also a Director Emeritus of Whole Foods Markets, Inc. (NASDAQ: WFMI and Fortune 500 company) where he served as a director from 1997 until 2008. As a Whole Foods director, he served on the Audit Committee and was Chairman of the Nominating and Governance Committee. Mr. Dupree also serves on the Board of Primo Water Corporation. Mr. Dupree holds a Small Business Administration approval certificate, and is a qualified vendor services provider to gambling entities in substantially all of the major jurisdictions in the US.


Phillip W. Martin

Prior to joining the management group at SCP and SHCP, Mr. Martin was Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Central Air Conditioning Distributors, Inc. He was responsible for the company's financial management, and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to that, Mr. Martin served as Corporate Treasurer for Douglas Battery Manufacturing Company overseeing investments and borrowing, risk management, acquisitions, and financial reporting. He is a Certified Public Accountant, and holds membership in the American Institute of CPAs, and has completed study at the Venture Capital Institute.

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