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Harold Mills is the former CEO of ZeroChaos, a leading global provider of workplace management solutions, which is transforming the way Fortune 1000 companies acquire and manage their outside contingent labor. Harold built ZeroChaos from inception to a multi-billion-dollar company with operations in over 45 countries. He stepped down from his role as CEO in Jan. 2016, but remains Vice Chairman. Prior to ZeroChaos, Harold held various executive positions in general management and corporate development with leading internet-based HR and technology companies. He was formerly Director and General Manager for one of AT&T (then Ameritech’s) emerging technology business units, which led its geographic expansion strategy into 37 states. Prior to Ameritech, Harold held several management positions with GE as a member of its world-renowned fast-track management training program. He has been honored with a number of awards including the E&Y “Entrepreneur of the Year”, the Peter Yessne Staffing Industry “Innovator of the Year”; Orlando’s “Entrepreneur of the Year”; the Orlando “Most Influential Business Man”; and Orlando’s “Top 40 under 40”. He serves on the boards of Florida Blue Cross Blue Shield and Federal Reserve Bank of Jacksonville. His community based board participation has included LIFT Orlando, the Florida Hospital for Children, the Florida Minority Business Opportunity Council, the Boy Scouts of America, Fifth Third Bank, Florida’s Council of 100, the EDC Governor’s Council, and Florida Citrus Sports, among others, as well as a former member of the Young Presidents Organization. Harold holds a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and earned his MBA from Harvard Business School. He is a member of the 2016 Class of Henry Crown Fellows and the Aspen Global Leadership Network at the Aspen Institute.