Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Albert Woodard serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer for KaZee. Albert is one of the original founders of KaZee, and has spent his entire career devoted to using technology in the field of healthcare- and public health, supporting his community and being a role model for young people. He is a recognized leader in the fields of healthcare, public health, information technology, business, and community service.
Under Woodard’s leadership, KaZee is recognized as the largest minority owned software development company in the country. Under his direction the country’s first electronic medical record system and the world’s largest telemedicine system outside the U.S. Department of Defense were developed. KaZee has become the leading provider of health IT products and services to the correctional healthcare.
Woodard currently serves on the Board of Directors of Genesis Homeless Shelter in Atlanta GA and has served on the Board of Directors of Erlanger Medical Center, Chattanooga Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission, Local Chamber of Commerce, Local Chapter of Boys Club of America, Local Chapter of Junior Achievement, Southern Star Systems, Inc., University of Tennessee at Chattanooga President’s Roundtable, Hamilton County Adopt a School Program, Dalton College Data Processing Advisory Committee, and Hamilton County Private Industry Council.
Albert has been recognized as the Minority Businessman of the Year locally and regionally and as a national finalist. He has been appointed to the Governor of Tennessee’s Aide de Camp with the ranking of Colonel. He was recognized as the Most Outstanding Alumni for the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga School of Engineering and the first to receive such an award within ten years of graduation.
Albert holds an MBA from Georgia State University, and a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Engineering Science from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.