KALEEM S. SHAH, the Founder and President of CALNET, Inc., received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Bangalore University, India, a MS in Computer Engineering from Clemson University, SC and an MBA in International Finance from The George Washington University, D.C. Mr Shah's vision has enabled CALNET, Inc. to successfully venture into the Federal Government market place where CALNET, Inc. proudly supports our armed forces all over the world. Under his leadership CALNET, Inc. remains a debt free company and has successfully grown from within without any external financing. Mr. Shah founded CALNET, Inc. in 1989.
HELENA SCOTT, Senior Vice President, is a seasoned executive with extensive management and technology experience having worked for various organizations in the past such as the United States Navy and other major Defense Contractors. Ms. Scott provides leadership to CALNET, Inc. in Language Services and Technology arena. Ms Scott was instrumental in the formation of CALNET, Inc..
DWAYNE SQUIRES, Vice President of Intelligence Analysis Division, served a distinguished career with the Army and joined CALNET upon retirement. Mr. Squires holds an Associate’s degree in Intelligence Operations and has over 30 years’ experience in major Department of Defense organizations. Mr. Squires’ technical and management experience provides CALNET with a significant range of capabilities making him a valued executive and employee of CALNET.
DAVID A. CALLNER, the Chief Technology Officer of CALNET, Inc., is responsible for the establishment and oversight of the technical direction of the company. He is charged with ensuring that CALNET takes a proactive approach to identifying and deploying new technologies, ensuring alignment with and integration with customer Agency’s technology and strategies. His executive technical vision, and strategy has been responsible for billions of dollars of revenue for companies like Raytheon, Lockheed Martin, Daon, and REI Systems. Mr. Callner received a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Texas, and M.S. in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University. Mr. Callner also served our country proudly in the US Army, and was deployed to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1995 under the Implementation Force (IFOR) to provide a peace enforcement operation to oversee the implementation of the military aspects of the Dayton Peace Agreement to the ending of the Bosnia War.