Chuck Englehardt

Tampa, Florida, US Founder
Chuck's Skills
Business Development
Product Management

Startup Experience

First time founder

Age Group


About Chuck

I became a full time entrepreneur in May 2012 and am CEO of Development of our all new and world’s first “assisted crowd-sourcing” system is proceeding with a small strong team under a "slicing the pie" equity arrangement. We are looking for additional help with our React front end and Python/Flask back end.
----My Bio----
After ten years in technology consulting, ten years in technology business management, and ten years as a university educator, Chuck still considers his first nine years at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture) his formative years. A No-nonsense, team and goal-oriented, seeking positive cost-benefit from technology, Chuck loves life-long learning and business achievement.

After rising to senior manager at Andersen Consulting, Chuck joined AT&T Paradyne (data communications subsidiary) and held these progressively responsible positions: senior financial analyst, business unit controller, strategic planner, and senior product line manager. After six and a half years, he was recruited into senior management, and he held positions of Vice President at Teltronics (telecommunications products), Business Director at Arthur Andersen (marketing, sales and customer support for tax software sales), and President of the Florida Technology Division at IKON Office Systems. After returning to consulting for a year with Technovative Marketing, Chuck went back to school and was awarded his Doctorate in Business Administration at the University of Sarasota in 2002. Prior to that he earned CPA and CPIM professional certifications, an MBA in Information Systems from the University of Pittsburgh, and a BS in Accounting from Penn State University. He also completed coursework in technology and business solutions at the Arthur Andersen Center for Professional Learning, and courses in Strategic Marketing, Total Quality Management, Risk Management, Data Communications, and Negotiating Skills at the AT&T School of Business. He has participated in numerous training seminars and workshops including The Dale Carnegie Course, Kepner Tregoe's Problem Solving and Decision Making, and The Center for Creative Leadership's Looking Glass Experience.

Chuck's experience as an educator began as a seminar leader and instructor at Andersen Consulting where he delivered technical and business training at the Center for Professional Learning. He was also an Assistant Instructor for the Dale Carnegie Course and an adjunct Professor at Eckerd College in the areas of Strategic Business Policy, and Management and Leadership. For the last eight years he was an Assistant Professor at Saint Leo University, teaching Strategic Management, Organizational Behavior, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, and Business Communications at the undergraduate and graduate levels. He has published research related to these areas, and on topics related to complexity theory and diversity.


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