CEO & President
James Ivy is Stonebridge's Chief Executive Officer and President. James cofounded Stonebridge in 1995 and served as the company’s CEO until January 1999 when he sold his majority ownership in the company. He subsequently served on Stonebridge's board of directors until May 2001 when, at the board's behest, he returned to Stonebridge as CEO. In October 2001 James led the management team in a successful buyout of the company. Since his return, he has renewed the company's focus on delivering innovative IT consulting and systems integration services backed by an absolute dedication to client satisfaction and a deep commitment to the highest ethical standards. Prior to forming Stonebridge, James was president of The Computer Professionals, Inc., an integration-services company he cofounded in 1985 and which was part of the original bloodline of Stonebridge today. James holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from Oklahoma State University.
Chief Financial Officer / Director of Delivery
Sharon Anthamatten is Stonebridge's Chief Financial Officer / Director of Delivery and oversees all aspects of the company’s financial management, control, reporting, and planning. In addition to these roles, Sharon plays an active part in helping develop Stonebridge’s overall strategic direction and manages specific business development initiatives. Prior to joining Stonebridge in 1992, she held management positions in financial reporting and audits for American Airlines and a Big Five accounting firm. Sharon earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration and accounting from the University of Oklahoma.
Senior Vice President / Managing Director
Matthew Childress is responsible for driving Stonebridge national sales, marketing and delivery strategy. He also serves as Managing Director of Stonebridge’s Texas operations, driving new and existing client growth, team and solution expansion. Prior to joining Stonebridge, Matthew spent nearly a decade with MPS Group, serving as SVP / Managing Director of the Texas operations for national integrator Idea Integration and then as President of Paladin Marketing Resources, a national marketing communications services firm. He holds a BBA in Finance from University of Texas and an MBA in Information Systems from the University of Houston.
Vice President of Business Development
Mike Keys is Vice President of Business Development and is responsible for driving new customer acquisition and providing strategic sales support with existing Stonebridge customers. Mike has more than 20 years' experience in IT solutions sales. Prior to joining Stonebridge, he was with EMC/Geniant where he served as Managing Principal / General Manager responsible for sales and delivery in Oklahoma and Arkansas. Mike earned a BBA degree in management from the University of Oklahoma.
Samir Kumar is a Stonebridge Vice President charged with overseeing Stonebridge’s Business Service Management (BSM) and Property & Casualty (P&C) consulting practices. Prior to joining Stonebridge, Kumar was eight years at IBM Global Services where he served as a senior member of the IBM account team supporting energy and utility customers. Before joining IBM, he was five years at Tata Consultancy Services where he led a number of projects for large accounts in banking & financial sectors, serving in various locales in the United States, Japan, Australia, and India. Samir is a PMI-certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and holds the ITIL certification. He earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from India’s premier technical institute, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT).
Vice President, Oil & Gas Solutions
Adam Hutchinson is Stonebridge Vice President, Oil & Gas Solutions. Hutchinson has overall responsibility for planning, directing and coordinating client relationship management, new business development, service portfolio development and strategic investments related to the company’s consulting and technology services for the oil and gas sector. Before joining Stonebridge, Hutchinson was an asset manager at BHP Billiton where he led unconventional shale play investment evaluations and large CAPEX well development projects. Prior, he was at Chesapeake Energy for six years where he served as a director of technology management enabling the company’s E&P and midstream operations. Hutchinson also spent eight years at global consulting firm Accenture where he served as a manager in the firm’s resources market unit supporting energy clientele in the upstream, downstream and utilities markets. He earned a degree in chemical engineering from the University of Oklahoma.