Executive Profile: Meet the President

- B.A. Business Management, St. Leo University, 2003
- U.S. Army Senior Non-Commissioned Officer and Combat Veteran 
- Director of Training for the U.S. Army Recruiting and Retention School 
- Director of Government Solutions for Training and Distance Learning Development Firm 
- Vice President of Public Sector for Major Learning Software Provider

Jim Gill - is President of TMG-Government. A values-driven Program Management Services company, TMG’s high level of performance has been recognized by the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) in 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008, and 2009 for Excellence in Practice with partners across America.  TMG analyzes, designs, develops, pilots, implements and transitions Leader Performance and Workforce Productivity systems for companies such as the United States Army, Northrop Grumman, ESCO, Ball Metal Beverage Packaging, BAE Systems Ship Repair, Liebherr Mining Equipment, Lifetouch Studios, Aera Energy, L3 Communications, and North Florida Shipyards. 
Jim has more than Twenty-eight years of experience in results oriented environments, thoroughly demonstrated at critical management positions in highly competitive and diverse organizations. Jim has varied experience as an Army Senior Non- Commissioned Officer and Combat Veteran, Executive, Entrepreneur, Venture Capitalist, and as a Human Capital and Learning Consultant to major Government Agencies.

Jim has led complex organizations in both the private and public sector. Jim retired from the United States Army in 2003 having served for 20 years in various operational assignments including the 193rd Infantry Brigade Panama, the 101st Air Assault Division, the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment, the 24th Infantry Division and the United States Army Recruiting Command.  He was Vice President of Public Sector at Saba from 2009-2011 and Director of Government Solutions for SumTotal Systems from 2003 -2008 and previously was Director of Training for the United States Army Recruiting and Retention School from 2001-2003.
He is a recognized thought leader in Human Capital Management Solutions within the Public Sector. Jim is a member of the advisory board at Talent Management in Government (www.tmgov.org) and is contributing author to Chief Learning Officer Magazine and has been interviewed by Military Training Technology, the Denver Post, ASTD Magazine, Federal Computer Weekly, Government Executive Magazine and Federal News Radio. Jim is an active angel investor and advisor to several Internet and Technology companies including Viddler and GeoPage.
He is the co-author of the recently released book: “Don’t Sell Yourself Short, Be All That You Can Be!”