Founder and President, Computer Asset Management (C.A.M.) Corp. in Pinckney. Since establishing the image management software and hardware company in 1974, Brownlee has anticipated market changes and led his company through many transformations. C.A.M. originally started as a partner with Ford Motor Credit to provide hardware and software solutions in the IBM mainframe environment. In the 1980s, Brownlee led the company into the compatible IBM market, providing tape and disk sub-systems, mainframe memory and refurbished IBM monitors and peripherals. In the 1990s, C.A.M. began offering products and services from Seiko, HP, IBM, Tektronix and Xerox for the engineering and manufacturing sectors. Recent moves include partnering with a Michigan manufacturer to offer compatible laser toner cartridges; teaming with software developer Augrin Software of Copenhagen, Denmark, to be a U.S. distributor of the EasyCopy software line for the UNIX, Linux and Microsoft Windows platforms and providing help desk functions to users; and being selected by Xerox as one of only 11 firms nationwide to participate in a new sales program. Brownlee received his bachelorís degree in industrial management from Michigan State University and served in the U.S. Coast Guard as an industrial engineering officer.