Vince Waterson has spent over 35 years in the telecommunications industry in Europe, North America and Asia. His experience includes terrestrial wireless and satellite network implementation; satellite data broadcasting network design; plus satellite network system integration. Since the late 80's Vince has been an innovator in developing new technologies. He invented FAXCAST the first group 3 facsimile system to deliver fax over unused lines of TV signals broadcast on terrestrial TV stations and satellite. As a board member of the company he developed the FAXCAST receiver which went into volume production at LG, Korea. In 1996 Vince was appointed VP of business development at Subic Bay Satellite Systems Inc, Philippines where he lead the team which established in 1997 the first satellite delivered Internet service in Asia. He also developed the technology for the Information Television Channel, the first satellite delivered EPG for cable TV head-ends in Asia operating on Thaicom3 satellite. Vince also founded KIBC the first Filipino Satellite TV Channel broadcasting on Asiasat2 to millions of migrant workers in the Middle East. In 2000 he left the Philippines to help found Hawaii Pacific Teleport, where as VP of business development his considerable knowledge of the Asian marketplace enabled the company to develop a strong Asian customer base and win the WTA award for Teleport Developer of the Year in 2003. During his 10 years at Hawaii Pacific Teleport Vince was also co-founder of VideoKall Inc and the innovator of an award winning video based international migrant remittance transfer system developed by the company. VideoKall later shelved the system in favor of developing a US based telehealth system called the VideoKall Unmanned Micro Clinic. Vince left HPT in 2011 to focus on developing the VideoKall telehealth business. He is the principal architect of the VideoKall Unmanned Micro Clinic system and is co-inventor of patents pending on the technology which is used in the Unmanned Micro Clinic developed by the company. He is Chief Brand Officer for VideoKall and is also filling the temporary role of interim Chairman until such time as the company has the resources to engage a full time Chairman.
Charlie has over 40 years in the telecommunications industry with small and Fortune 100 companies, where he has developed and managed the realization of innovative systems and services, both in international and domestic markets. A graduate of Northeastern University and Seton Hall University, he holds a BSEE, MSEE, and an MBA in finance and marketing. He was an Adjunct Professor at Fairleigh Dickinson's Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies for 8 years, having taught graduate Courses in Innovation Management, Entrepreneurial Strategy, Small Business Management, Corporate Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Financing. He started his career at Bell Labs and AT&T, has received two patents and received a national award for 'Outstanding Contributions in a Field of Science.' His organizations have developed and/or supported projects such as the first cordless telephone, first coin telephone aboard the Metroliner, a portable cellular telephone, and interactive-touch screen kiosks for DisneyWorld's EPCOT theme park. He has held executive positions in AT&T, Fidelity Investment's venture capital group, Hazeltine Corporation, and Cingular Interactive, with positions in marketing, services management, program management, corporate development, and head of business. He was a management consultant and partner at Ultrapro International, Inc., a boutique telecom consulting firm where he helped triple the company's revenue to $15M annually. In 2006, he was one of the founding members of VideoKall Inc, a company which won an international award for innovation in advanced person-to-person communication systems with funds transfer for migrant workers. Since 2009, Charlie has been part of the management team at VideoKall Telehealth division which has developed the VideoKall Unmanned Micro Clinic --- the world's first unmanned micro clinic. He was influential in their focus on healthcare.
Dave designed major custom components unique to the VideoKall Unmanned Micro Clinic cabin and designed the system integration of all the medical instruments with the satellite communications interface and Medical Center terminal to function as the total VideoKall Unmanned Micro Clinic system. Dave has designed, implemented and delivered unique solutions including data services and delivery mechanisms, process control equipment, and business solutions; as well tailoring existing technologies to meets the specific needs of clients. They offer a wide range of high level language skills (C++, Pascal/Delphi), and have significant expertise in database design and implementation (SQL derivatives). Together with the use of HTML, client side JAVA, Flash and server side scripting they provide numerous client solutions comprising of client server Win32 applications, with web access provision and hardware design. Past client solutions have included bespoke interface hardware, protocol converters, high speed data acquisition devices, DVB transport stream processors, and numerous data pipe devices operating over both satellite and IP networks. Designs have utilized a range of FPGA's, high speed microcontrollers and have incorporated, amongst others, Ethernet, USB, and IDE interfaces. End users of equipment he has designed include United Press International, UK MOD, British Glass and UK retail chains.
Eric has over 25 years of experience and a successful track record of leading technology teams to collaborate with sales, marketing, and other constituents to deliver successful self-service consumer applications. At VideoKall, he guides the company's technology team through the rapid implementation of its next generation of Unmanned Micro Clinic. Prior to joining VideoKall, Eric lead the hardware and software development of the SoloHealth Station, which is installed on over 3600 retail locations and used by over 4 million consumers per month. Eric spent seventeen years with NCR, one of the nation's leading technology companies. Within NCR's Retail division, Eric spent several years leading the software development of grocery store and quick service applications. Eric's experience in developing self-service healthcare, point of sale, and back office applications spans all aspects of the product development lifecycle. Eric has a proven record of successfully leading the development of complex solutions, custom development, quality assurance, deployment and installation, and support organizations. In addition to Eric's product development experience, Eric spent several years at Horizon Software as the Vice President of Customer Service. At Horizon Software, Eric successfully managed the customer service team, field implementation, account managers, and worked to improve communications between the service and development organizations.
Mark has close to 30 years of experience as a successful executive, entrepreneur and attorney. Mark began his career as a corporate attorney with Hahn Loeser & Parks in Cleveland, Ohio. After leaving the practice of law, he has had significant experience managing, operating and advising a wide range of companies from early stage and start-ups to a $200 million, middle market, privately held company at which Mark was the Vice President, General Counsel and CFO. Mark was Partner and CEO of QC Holdings, LLC the owner and operator of QuickClinic convenient care clinics in Northeast Ohio until its sale in 2008. In addition to his healthcare experience Mark has worked in a variety of industries across multiple disciplines, including operations, finance, business development and law. Mark earned a BS in Economics, cum laude, from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a JD, magna cum laude, from Boston University School of Law.
Shelley Brown-Cooper, Ed.D
Shelley Brown-Cooper, Ed.D has over 25 years of experience in education spanning from pre-kindergarten to higher education, private and parochial, urban and suburban settings. In addition, she completed telemedicine training at the University of Arizona where emphasis areas included: telemedicine program advancement, clinical services, telecommunications and infrastructure development/operations, distance education, program evaluation, business aspects and equipment demonstration. Observations at the University of Kansas-Telemedicine Center related to: strategic planning in telemedicine development, software and videoconferencing equipment configuration (digital stethoscopes, otoscope camera, general examination camera and intra-oral scope), televideo conference and distance learning laboratories, televideo consultation in palliative care and telemedical applications in pediatric psychiatry. She received her doctoral degree in Instructional Technology and Distance Education from Nova Southeastern University in 2014. Her research involved telemedicine adoption among hospital leaders in the Midwest. She holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from the University of St. Mary, MBA courses at Rockhurst University, Teaching degree from Avila University and Bachelor’s degree in business from University of Missouri-Columbia. In 2014, Dr. Cooper founded Diversity Telehealth, LLC, a telehealth consulting firm devoted to closing the healthcare disparity gap by advancing school-based health clinics in underserved areas.
Lawrence Roybal has over 25 years of experience working with stakeholders to identify business needs and delivering solutions that resolve complex business problems. Lawrence is the founder and CEO of Oxford Healthcare Solutions (OHS), a healthcare analytics and consulting firm. Prior to forming OHS, Lawrence has held various senior leadership positions in the retail and healthcare sectors. His most recent position, was at Integrated Health Management at Blue Cross, where he managed contract systems. Other experiences include Managing Director at Optimus Consulting, Chief Operations Officer at Spacesaver Northwest and Revenue Analyst at CoinStar. He has consulted with start-ups like veterinary service Pet's Choice, NutraFit LLC and Bio Therapeutics on a wide range of technology assessment and business development projects. Lawrence attended the University of Washington where he received his BA in Economics.
Prior to joining VideoKall, Tosh was in corporate finance and development with Private and Public companies including most recently as a managing principal in a merchant banking firm providing corporate development advisory services and principal based investing in, recycling, technology, energy storage, and healthcare software services and FDA 510K device manufacturers. Tosh has been incolved in many advisory roles including Interim CFO of MedRite a provider of FDA 510K devices, CFO of Advanced Mobile Solutions (a provider of mobile Bluetooth technology), Chief Restructuring Officer of GRI (a NASDAQ Independent Power Producer), Board Member of TransAct RX (Largest vaccine manager for CMS), and served as a corporate advisor to over 6 other companies. Tosh has also held Corporate finance Positions at Harris Corporation, Meralco Corporation, Citicorp, Drexel Burnham Lambert, and Security Pacific Merchant Bank. Tosh holds an MSc from The University of London (LSE) and has been instrumental in 11 corporate sell-side assignments and raising over $160 Million for his clients in capital transactions in his previous role as a merchant banking managing principal.