Chairman of the Board of Directors at The Orpheus Group
George Oliver is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of The Orpheus Group projection firm; he also sits on the boards of Hewlett-Packard and the Owens-Corning Corperation. Oliver he made his fortune in the 1990s via wise investing. Before he was appointed Chairman, George Oliver owned a major share in the Orpheus Group since 1990 through shares in the International Red Cross Foundation.
He joined the Board of directors in 1995 and became chairman in 2001. His business acumen is matched only by his sense of dedication to the local community and the broader world community.
From the corridors: After the sudden death of former CEO Bob Jackson, Oliver was made temporary CEO until Jack Tilton was hired. He is purely interested in Orpheus Group’s finances and cares little for the scientific and spiritual ends of the business.
George Oliver is an immigrant to the United States, having moved south from Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia in his teens.