Travis Baugh, Greta Calvery join TECH Fort Worth Board
FORT WORTH – Travis Baugh and Greta Calvery have joined the board of directors of TECH Fort Worth.
TECH Fort Worth is a nonprofit business incubator that helps companies commercialize their technologies, with particular emphasis on technologies that have a potentially major impact in the areas of the environment, health and community.
Baugh is president and chief operating officer of Healthpoint, Ltd., a DFB Pharmaceuticals company.
He has more than three decades of public and private company leadership experience, and a distinguished career as a global operations and financial executive in a variety of industries, including medical devices, oil and gas services and international publishing.
Baugh has been a member of the DFB Pharmaceuticals board of directors since 2004, serving on the audit and compensation committees.
Before joining Health-point, he was president and CEO of LifeCap Reso-urces, LLC, a consulting firm for venture capital groups and early-stage science companies. Before founding LifeCap in 2007, he was CEO of MicroMed Cardiovascular, Inc., a medical device manufacturing company that developed the DeBa-key VAD®, a miniaturized ventricular assist device (heart pump) developed in collaboration with NASA and Dr. Michael DeBakey and his team at the Baylor College of Medicine.
Baugh serves on the foundation board of The University of North Texas Health Science Center and is a certified public accountant licensed in New York and Texas.
Calvery is the North Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas Market Area Community Affairs Manager for Waste Management and has more than 20 years experience in the environmental, recycling and waste management fields.
She has consulted with many companies and cities to minimize their waste more effectively and promote a cleaner, more beautiful workplace and environment.
She was recognized as the 2003 DFW Environmentalist of the year and has received several awards for her volunteer work with area nonprofits and currently serves on the Keep Dallas Beautiful Board of Directors, the Greater D/FW Recycling Alliance, the Irving Green Business Council, the Texas Society for Ecological Restoration Board of Directors, and as the chair of the State of Texas Alliance for Recycling.
Calvery also volunteers with Habitat for Humanity.
TECH Fort Worth is a nonprofit technology incubator, with offices at the James E. Guinn Complex in Fort Worth South and at the UNT Health Science Center’s Center for BioHealth. Its mission is to grow the local technology-based economy.
For more information, go to www.techfortworth.org.