V. Lee Horton, Jr. has more than 17 years of experience in network administration, software development, database management and technology consulting, specializing in the oversight of mergers, acquisitions and start-up companies.
Mr. Horton’s experience is comprehensive including senior management positions within publicly-traded and privately-held companies. Currently, he is serving in many capacities as required by an exciting new startup called Current Energy.
Current Energy Services looks at your total energy outlay – from light bulbs to maintenance and equipment operation. By integrating energy management services with facilities and maintenance contracts, you get a comprehensive cost cutting plan.
Power Brokers is a national energy-consulting division of Current Energy that provides energy procurement for a variety of small, medium and large industrial businesses, commercial clients and property owners. Our knowledge of deregulated energy markets is unsurpassed and we have negotiated over $500 million in energy contracts for our clients.
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Most recently, Mr. Horton served as director of technology for Bridgepoint Power & Light, the largest pre-paid electricity provider in Texas. There he led his team through the successful custom development and implementation of the company’s billing and database management software. Other duties included day-to-day management of the company’s technology assets including security, purchase of new equipment and crisis management.
Prior to joining Bridgepoint, Mr. Horton served as chief technology officer for the Dallas-based venture capital firm, MAC Partners with majority interests in several publicly-traded companies including Ocean Resources Ltd. (a treasure-hunting ship) Blue Wireless and Data (a wireless ISP spanning 8 counties in north texas), and Apollo Resources (a bio-diesel consolidation company).
Mr. Horton has held senior management positions with companies including, Springbok Technologies and Fluor Daniel Corporation. He also continues his role as part-owner and cofounder of MaxPop, Inc. which he helped founded in 1996 to supply a proprietary DSP technology used for compression of multimedia for high-capacity, low-bandwith transfer; particularly with the cellular wireless market in mind.
He currently lives in Dallas with his wife Aaron and two children, Austin (19) and Shane (17).