Gregory Cheesewright, CEO
Gregory Cheesewright has been with The Computech Corporation since 2006. Previously, Cheesewright was Vice President of Corporate Services for The MMSDC (Michigan Minority Supplier Development Council). “Without the teaching of the MMSDC, mentors within from various corporations and minority leaders (MBE’s) and what I have learned from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, none of this is possible. Every skill put into daily practice is what makes us into better business leaders. The knowledge transfer amongst professionals in this market is priceless."
Sachin Shriyan, President
Sachin Shriyan is an I.T industry executive with over 20 years of experience, including general management of mid to large size organizations, a proven track record in consulting, product sales and marketing, business operations and strategy. Prior to becoming President, he has held several leadership roles within Computech over the last 15 years where he has led over 1000 professionals. He has global experience serving customers in the US, Canada, Middle-east and India. He has an Electronics/Computer Science Engineering degree from Mumbai University.
He is an industry certified Sigma Green Belt professional. He has proven success leading business development efforts, expanding customer base and increasing revenue potential within organizations. During his tenure with Computech, Sachin has successfully led the Automotive and manufacturing verticals and had overall responsibility for P&L. His presence has helped the company achieve year over year growth in revenue and employee retention. In his free time he loves to travel internationally especially to Europe and Asia. He enjoys playing sports-cricket, soccer, tennis and has represented his school and college in badminton.
John Munson, Jr., President, Global Alliances
Computech Corporation welcomes Mr. John Munson, Jr. as President, Global Alliances for our company. He assumed his new role in September 2019. John is responsible for the planning, developing and executing the company’s strategies for channel recruitment, enablement, ongoing partner engagement and revenue creation through multiple channel relationships. Additionally, the corporation’s supplier diversity efforts report to his office. Most recently, John held the position of Vice President, Supplier Diversity & Sustainability for Macy’s Inc. He was responsible for leading the strategy and vision to ensure that Macy’s Inc. Supplier Diversity program increased, developed and leveraged a diverse supply base, sustained an environment of inclusion and generated positive business results.
Prior to Macy's, John worked as the Supplier Diversity Sr. Manager - Purchasing at Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America where he helped the company to win NMSDC Corporation of the Year in 2011 and named as one of WBENC's Top Corporations in 2014, along with numerous regional council awards throughout the country. John also worked as a Project Leader in the HR section for Toyota’s North American operations. He was responsible for increasing methods to develop the company’s recruitment strategy, including the ability to attract world class talent for the organization. John has been recognized both regionally and nationally for his leadership in Supplier Diversity. Most notably, he received the Catalyst Award at the NMSDC Leadership Awards in 2015, along being recognized as one of the Best of the Decade recipients from Minority Business News USA.
A University of Cincinnati graduate, John earned a bachelor’s degree in business communication. He is a proud military veteran, having served eight years in the United States Army National Guard.
Ramesh Tavva, Vice President of Finance & Operations
Ramesh Tavva, a qualified Chartered Accountant working with Computech Corporation since 2003, started career as an Accounts Executive served many respective leadership roles within the organization and was recently appointed Vice President of Finance & Operations. He acquired his Bachelor of Commerce degree from Andhra University and then went on to be licensed as a Chartered Accountant from Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI). He has specialized knowledge and expertise in the areas of Accounting, Business and Finance, Audit, Taxation, Software Programming, Human Resources, Immigration and General Management.
He worked with several industries such as Finance, Banking, Education, Information Technology, Automotive, Health Care and Manufacturing for Public Limited companies & Privately held companies, gained diversified experience. His financial management strategy and diversified experience is helping to achieve organization’s strategic goals over the years. He truly “Believe in God” and actively participate in various devotional activities when he has free time, he does various charitable activities with many organizations. He is a “C” certificate holder from National Cadet Corps (NCC) and participated a number of military activities performed by students during his tenure with NCC. He represented his School and college for Shuttle badminton and Chess tournaments. He loves playing sports Cricket, Tennis and Volley ball. He always believes in a statement and follows “Don’t do different things…Do things differently”
Albert Fields, Executive Vice President
Al Fields, Executive Vice President, joined Computech in 2012. He has a diverse background in operations, government, economic development, finance, information technology, education and project management. His leadership, management experience and skills help bridge the gap between quality service, community engagement, technical expertise, project management and process improvement. His professional background includes working in information technology and project management for the financial, utility and technical services industries. He served as the manager of Economic Development at DTE Energy working to support regional economic growth and development. Fields’ early career began with the Automobile Club of Michigan and Comerica Bank where he was an IT Vice President.
He joined the City of Detroit in 2002 and served under multiple Administrations. He worked as an executive and held a variety of key posts including Deputy COO, Interim COO, Group Executive and Board Chair of the Detroit Transportation Corporation. In these positions he managed the daily operations of the frontline departments and large events for the City of Detroit and was credited with successfully coordinating city efforts with the private sector for the 40th NFL Super Bowl (SBXL); touted as one of its best in recent history. Al actively supports Detroit by sitting on multiple community organization Boards such as Midtown Detroit Inc., Southwest Solutions Housing Development and other artist and music entities. Al is an avid cyclist and President and Board Chair of the Detroit Greenways Coalition where he works to create a city with equal access for non-motorized transportation enthusiasts.
Brian Koehl, Vice President of Strategic Development
Brian Koehl is the Vice President of Strategic Development at Computech Corporation where he is responsible for strategic leadership of people and development of strategic opportunities. Brian joined Computech in 2011 as a Business Development Manager where he worked throughout the organization (and Group Companies) to help penetrate new growth opportunities. During his 6+ years at Computech, Brian has been dedicated to upholding the company values and delivering the greatest possible experience to our partners.
Brian sits on the MMSDC Project One (WSU/PNC Module) which helps grow partnerships with corporations and diversely owned enterprises for future business opportunities. He has a high energy level and is always willing to consider creative innovative solutions to problems rather than relying on time worn approaches. His planning skills and attention to detail provide an excellent combination for managing customer initiatives and keeping them within budgeted spending levels. He has always maintained an excellent rapport with his peers, subordinates and customers. Outside of the office, Brian likes to volunteer his time back to youth baseball programs. His past experience of being a pitcher in college provides children the opportunity to learn safely with proper mechanics.