Scott Hartley is the President and CEO of Calibre Computer Solutions, LLC. Prompted by the encouragement of several close friends, he founded the company in 2004 after seeing the need for a highly reputable, professional quality computer repair and consulting company in Gibson County.
Scott draws on over 30 years of hands-on experience working with computers. He continues his professional education through regular seminars and online training.
Scott serves on the Gibson County Chamber Board of Directors, is a member of the BNI Profit Seekers chapter, plays piano and keyboard at Bethel Memorial Church in Princeton, and assists with the Princeton Community High School Marching Tiger Band.
In his spare time, Scott enjoys traveling, reading, spending time with friends, and watching various sports.
Scott holds a Master of Arts degree in teaching from Oakland City University.
Mark is the Senior Computer Service Technician at Calibre Computer Solutions. He has been involved in technology since 1968.
Christian Hinojosa serves as the Director of Service Operations at Calibre. He joined Calibre Computer Solutions in November 2015 and has been an invaluable asset ever since. Christian is an active member of the PCHS Marching Tiger Band and enjoys playing and learning various instruments, including bass, guitar, drums, and kazoo. In his role as Director of Service Operations, Christian oversees our technical support division. His main responsibilities include developing service processes, performing service calls, and maintaining the website. He plans to continue his education through college, where he will participate in marching band and pursue a degree in Computer and Information Technology.
Cai Carney is the office and marketing assistant at Calibre Computer Solutions. Having always been interested with computers, Cai originally took a position with only doing computer work, but this eventually evolved into doing office and video work for Calibre.
Using his passion for films, he translated this into reviving the broadcasting program at Princeton Community High School. Although it didn’t prove successful in the long run, this was an important learning experience to becoming better affiliated with the production and design of video work.
This knowledge translated into Cai going to Calibre and becoming an asset to the team. Like all of the employees at Calibre, he provides a unique outlook for the benefit of the company. He helps take phone calls, schedules appointments, designs and mails the monthly newsletters, and also does videography work for the company whenever the opportunity arises.
Cai Carney is currently in the process of working on short films as a career investment.