Since it’s founding in 2004, Carrollton Enterprise Services has rapidly developed into a dynamic technology consulting firm, impacting major corporations and government agencies across the Gulf Coast. Responding immediately to the tragic consequences of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Chris Reade, CEO, and his team were integral to the creation and deployment of key technologies desperately needed by FEMA and the Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP), ultimately serving tens of thousands of the state’s citizens.
Carrollton was also involved in long-term resiliency efforts, through programs such as the Road Home and Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. Most recently, Chris was named Chief Technology Officer of the Deepwater Horizon Economic Claims Center (DHECC), the compensation management program resulting from the largest class action lawsuit in history. This relief program, with technology designed and overseen by the Carrollton team – will ultimately deliver more than $10 billion in recovery funds to citizens and businesses across the Gulf States.