Bartholomeaux is President of BARTHOLOMEAUX/Public
Relations, Inc., which she founded 17 years ago. The firm
has represented a variety of clients including internationally
best selling author Clive Cussler, Nivea After Sun Lotion,
actress Jaime Lyn Bauer, Coors Beer, singer Brent Burns, US
Homes, Marble Slab Creamery and the Quality Hotel & Resort,
The first person to serve as Press Secretary
for the Arizona Senate she was also the first woman to serve
as President of the Phoenix Press Box Association, now the
Maricopa County Sports Authority. As a sports reporter, Bartholomeaux
interviewed Joe Namath, Joe Theismann, Billie Jean King, Mike
Ditka, the Van Arsdale twins, Reggie Jackson and others too
numerous to mention.
Carole considers herself fortunate to have
been mentored by Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
When Justice O'Connor was elevated to the Supreme Court, Bartholomeaux
was loaned to Mrs. O'Connor to handle all national and international
press coverage of the historic event.
James R. Meyer
Jim Meyer is the owner of MeyerSoft, a computer
software consulting firm.
Jim has been involved in the development of
office productivity application software for nearly 20 years.
His areas of expertise include database, accounting, document
management and Internet software.
As a software developer, Jim has a history of
producing powerful accounting, medical and legal software. One
such application tracks over twelve billion dollars of retirement
funds while freeing administrative personnel free to concentrate
on business decisions. Another application Jim developed completes
approximately 40 hours of accounting processing in just a few
seconds. Award-winning software developed by MeyerSoft is in
use by thousands of firms throughout the United States.
Jim has provided programming and consulting
services for the cities of Phoenix and Apache Junction, Arizona,
the State of Arizona, Valley National Bank, Wells Fargo Bank,
Intergroup of Arizona, American Express, Tucson Medical Center,
and many others.
Jim has been a Faculty Associate with Arizona
State University's Computer Technology Program for fifteen years.
In this capacity he has written numerous computer courseware
books and conducted thousands of computer training classes,
workshops and seminars. Jim developed the Windows network operating
system curriculum and course book supplements used by ASU to
train 2,000 employees of Arizona's Department of Economic Security.
He has also developed audio tape scripts, seminars, and course
books on Internet commerce and Web development.
Jim has been the featured instructor for Microsoft
Access and Aldus PageMaker series of video training tapes marketed
worldwide by Keystone Learning Systems. He is also a CRM (customer
relationship management) software consultant, as well as a certified
consultant for the ACT! contact manager software.