Robert Bales, CPA, is the former EVP and CFO of Quaero, a leading Enterprise Customer Data Platform where he played a key role in the all area of the business operations and strategic planning. Additionally Robert is the founder of Attolero which is a business support organization serving small to mid-sized nonprofits. Over his years of employment, Robert has served in a CFO capacity in agency, product, and service organizations managing all aspects of the financial, administrative, human resource and information technology functions for various companies. Robert also has significant experience in buy and sell side transactions, equity investments, and customer/vendor contract formation, negotiation and completion.
He started his career with Arthur Andersen as an auditor before going to work with one his private clients. Robert received his Master’s in Accounting and a B.S. in Business Administration from The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and is an active supporter of many non-profit organizations through Board membership and direct participation.
Brad Willems is a certified Financial Planner, Vice President Assante Wealth Management and in practice for over 30 years. He assists high net worth families in implementing investment, tax and financial strategies that maximize life goals and their inheritances and philanthropic intentions. Brad has authored the book, “No Shortcuts: Ideas for Focused Results in a Distracted World” and has been seen on PBS and Global TV and regularly conducts public workshops on leaving a legacy.
Brad is a founding member of the Abbotsford Estate Planning Council and is currently a member of the Canadian Association of Gift Planners. He is past Vice chair of Breircrest College and Seminary, and most recently board chair of his local church. Brad is passionate about redirecting every possible dollar of “social capital” (also known as tax dollars) to the organizations that work towards creating a better community, both locally and globally.
Brad and his wife, Donna, are blessed in having their adult children, Steve and Alicia, and their respective families living nearby which enables them to enjoy ongoing rich family time together. Brad is a sports nut especially focused on hockey and golf.
Cor is a 30-year veteran in the ERP technology sector. He worked closely with Walt Ruloff at InterTrans Logistics Solutions (ITLS), where Cor served in a number of roles during the company’s growth, becoming General Manager of ITLS’s Atlanta office in 1996. Following the sale of ITLS in 1998, Cor remained with the buyer, i2 Technologies, helping to grow the business and develop the technology platform further, becoming Director, Product Management. He left i2 Technologies in 2002 to join One Network Technologies in Charlotte, North Carolina, a SaaS company focused on hosted network supply chain solutions.
He served as Vice President of Client Services, as well as Vice President of Retail. In 2006, he joined Oracle in the firm’s retail business, where he built and led a strategic consulting big deals team for the Retail Global Business Unit. He moved from Oracle to IBM as a Partner with IBM Global Business Consulting Services where he led global enterprise transformation engagements for IBM clients in the retail, travel and transport, life sciences, and consumer products sector. Personally, Cor and his family have had an interest in the developing world, and he has made several trips to East Africa, and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro with his daughter to raise funds for a non-profit.
Kristina Moris, President of The Washington Firm, Ltd., is a seasoned human resource executive and a highly skilled consultant. She is responsible for the Organizational Effectiveness, Leadership and Management Training, Investigations, and Outsourced HR practices for the firm. She has served as an executive coach, consultant, facilitator, and speaker specializing in leadership development, high performance team development, communication, and culture change.
She has been assisting a wide variety of clients throughout the Northwest since 1992 and has recently opened The Washington Firm’s new NYC office. She recently served as the interim CHRO for 11 months for an international company in the Netherlands, with employees in 16 countries. She now divides her time between the East and West Coasts.
Raja Musunuru is a technology leader with the right mix of business acumen, people smarts and technology expertise. During his 20+ year career, Raja built world-class technology teams that delivered commercial B2B SaaS software, mobile apps, eCommerce and supply chain automation solutions that turbocharged growth at multiple companies.
Raja came to Amicus from AAA where he held technology leadership roles, and delivered data driven insights and innovative solutions for a seamless member experience. Prior to AAA, Raja led the technology transformation at The Steritech Group and delivered market leading SaaS solutions and actionable insights for their B2B clients. Prior to Steritech, Raja held technology leadership roles at Gaylord Hotels and Sony Pictures.
Raja is passionate about making a difference in the communities we live and work in, and serves on the boards of Society of Information Management (SIM) Charlotte as President, and Analytics & Big Data Society. As CIO Host for Apparo, he provided skilled volunteer engagements for several non-profits in the Charlotte area. In addition, he mentors local entrepreneurs through Innovate Charlotte’s Venture Mentoring Program.
Eddie joined Amicus in December of 2020 as the Vice President of Finance and Operations. His unique experience leading large organizations, small start-ups, and turn-around projects, provides a foundation for great success at Amicus.
Before joining Amicus, Eddie served as the Director of Finance for a private equity firm. This role held responsibilities dealing with all financial matters, strategy, operations, and talent management. Prior to this role, Eddie was a controller for Becton Dickinson (BD), one of the largest medical device manufacturers in the world. During his time at BD, Eddie received increasing amounts of responsibilities and earned the Guiding Principles Award—one of the company’s highest honors recognizing leadership, integrity, team development, and innovation.
In addition to providing leadership in corporate settings, he has served with many not-for-profit organizations, charities and foundations that support the development of local and foreign communities. Included in these activities, Eddie helped create a micro-financing and leadership development program in Lima, Peru. Eddie played an integral role in raising funds, devising business plans, leadership training, and distribution of funds to help families and communities develop their economy. The program has since expanded its impact to Africa and the Philippines.
Eddie and his wife Kylee live in Charlotte, NC with their three daughters. Together they love to travel, plays sports, and enjoy the outdoor activities that North Carolina offers.
Bobby joined Amicus in August of 2019. He serves as the Vice President of Charitable Services and is dedicated to our mission of providing digital, scalable solutions to Donor-Advised Fund Sponsor programs.
Before joining Amicus, Bobby was a proven finance professional. Most recently, he served in a private client advisor role at Bank of America Private Bank. Prior to that, he served in various roles at Goldman Sachs in the hedge fund prime brokerage group and an equity derivatives trading desk with responsibilities in product development, relationship management, operations and risk management. Prior to starting his career in finance, Bobby was a Captain in the U.S. Army after graduating from the United States Military Academy at West Point.
Bobby is passionate about being active and encouraging others to live their best lives. In addition to coaching his children’s sport teams, he is working diligently to get Cor to join his team in the Charlotte Heptathlon to help raise money for the Family Impact Fund.
Stefani has been delivering software in the financial technology space for the better part of 20 years. Her background in product management and user experience strategy/design for securities trading systems gives her a unique perspective on the software development process. Putting the user first, Stefani delivers software that is not only useful and stable but also delightful.
At Trading Technologies International, Stefani worked to define an award-winning financial futures trading platform and move the company from a traditional delivery model to cloud-based software as a service (SaaS). Previously at OptionsHouse (formerly a unit of PEAK6 Investments, subsequently acquired by E*TRADE in 2016) Stefani helped shape and manage the software product that was rated “Best For Options Traders” and best “Trade Experience” by Barron’s. She has been a consultant to the U.S. Naval Training Center and several startups. She is a licensed architect and an inventor with several finance-related US Patents.
Stefani joined Amicus in 2021, enamored with the mission to help grow generously.
David Collins is a 30-year veteran in the humanitarian and community relief sector, working in countries and with aid agencies around the world including Rwanda, Uganda, Afghanistan and the Philippines.
He was the founder of the Canadian chapter of Food for the Hungry, an international aid organization, and served as CEO for 15 years. David is the founding President of Give Clear Global and serves as an advisor to the Founders and Board of Amicus.
Brad is a Chartered Accountant and spent some time in public practice before shifting to the private sector. He helped found, operate, and oversee the accounting function for two large-scale Christmas festivals attracting over 500,000 attendees, and has worked in the family business since 2014 with a focus on oversight of operating companies, real estate assets and lending, and most recently corporate acquisitions and investments. In 2018 Brad joined the finance committee of Hope for the Nations, and in 2020 joined the stewardship committee at his local church.
Brad lives near Vancouver BC with his wife, Julie, and their three young children. He loves spending time at the lake with family and friends, and playing and watching all sports, particularly soccer.
Eric spent 15 years as owner / operator in an international manufacturing company (Q’Straint), holding several roles including VP Operations, CFO and CEO. He now actively invests in small to mid-sized, growth-oriented companies, and is currently owner / Chairman for a service provider in the video game industry (Game On Creative). Eric has also been actively involved in the philanthropic space for over 15
years as a donor, not-for-profit board member, including National Christian Foundation South Florida, and as part of a private family foundation.
He is passionate about the opportunity to leverage resources and relationships to create greater impact in the giving space. He lives in North Vancouver, BC with his wife and 2 children, and loves spending time in the mountains skiing, trail running and biking.
Peter Mogan is a senior commercial lawyer having practiced business law for over 40 years and has been very involved in the strategic thinking of his clients. To that end, Peter sits on numerous client boards of directors and advisors as well as other business and not-for-profit boards. He has also had the opportunity with a number of clients to practice his other professional passion, that of facilitation.
Since 1998, Peter has facilitated leadership development, strategic planning and community building workshops and retreats with clients and a number of other business and not-for-profit organizations. Currently, he chairs a MacKay CEO Forum Group. Peter’s greatest area of law specialty is business transactions: mergers, acquisitions and financings at all sizes with an aggregate deal value of about $4 billion since 2007.
His other specialty is employee share ownership and option ownership. As a leading practitioner in BC in this area, Peter has worked with dozens of companies to set up ESOPs and incentive share option plans. Outside of his professional life, Peter is deeply engaged in international relief and development not-for-profit work. He also enjoys skiing and staying physically active and hanging out with his children and grandchildren.
Brent has spent the last 10 years leading growth initiatives at companies in various industries, including commercial real estate, graduate education, events and entertainment, and digital marketing. He is currently a Director at a private company which focuses on alternative investments. Brent is a Chartered Accountant, and started his career with four years at PwC, primarily working in the Deals group providing M&A advisory services on transactions with an aggregate value of over US$1 billion. Brent completed his MBA in China at the Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, and also holds degrees from Trinity Western University and the University of Saskatchewan.
Brent currently serves on the Board of Directors at GiveClear Global, and has served in various roles at church, most recently on the finance committee. He likes to spend time with his family, and attempts to stay fit by chasing his three young boys around the house.
John was born in Holland and moved to Canada as a teenager. While attending university, he met his wife Charlene and they have been married for over 30 years. They have two wonderful daughters, a son in law as well as a beautiful grand-daughter. John and Charlene have lived in Lynden, WA since 2008. Prior to this time, they raised their family in British Columbia and Ontario. John began his career in sales and marketing and is currently the Senior Vice President of Lynden Door Inc. and Alliance Door Products.
He has a Degree in Business Administration and has sat on numerous boards including World Millwork Alliance, Window and Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA) and WDMA of B.C., the New Life Christian Reformed Church Board. John currently sits on the board of Hope For Korah as well as the Abbotsford Christian Development Board. John joined the Hope for Korah board in May 2015 and has not only been offering his talents and expertise to the board, but he has also helped to equip and train the leadership staff in Ethiopia.
John’s passion is strategic visioning and setting direction within organizations and he has been
instrumental in helping to guide the visioning process for HFK in North America and in Ethiopia.
John travels annually to Ethiopia and has a huge heart for the people of Korah. And he has passed on that passion to his children – his daughter is an RN and joined John on one of his trips to Korah, while his other daughter is in Med school and has served in Uganda.
Ruloff is a systems design and technology veteran, as well as a serial entrepreneur, with more than 25 years’ experience building companies and technology. He was founder of InterTrans Logistics Solutions (ITLS), a company that became a global leader in the emerging world of supply chain management technology in the 1990s with offices in the US, Canada and Europe. The company grew from five to more than 400 employees in a five-year period, and ITLS customers included many Fortune 1000 companies who adopted ITLS logistics and “just in time” systems to manage their procurement, shipping and delivery systems. The source code developed by ITLS is still at work in today’s global supply chain management industry. The company was sold in 1998 to i2 Technologies for $170 million (and was subsequently sold to JDA Software).
In 2000, Ruloff founded eCash Technologies Inc. Together with Silicon Valley venture capital firms, he raised in excess of $50 million and launched the digital currency company together with bank customers Deutsche Bank Germany, Swiss Bank and others. In 2003, eCash was sold and the underlining technology design and expired patents were used for the launch of Bitcoin. In 2001, Ruloff founded Venterra Realty Inc. The company focused on the development of an optimization software system for the management of multi-family housing portfolio management, eventually growing to 10,000 units throughout the US. He sold Venterra in 2004.
In 2005, Ruloff started to investigate non-profit technology. Recognizing immediately that the sector has no underlining technology infrastructure, he started to design a system that would re-engineer the philanthropy value chain starting from the donor through to the NPO and finally the beneficiaries on the ground. In 2013, Ruloff started Amicus.io Global Relief Solutions, Inc. Ruloff has also been involved in many not-for-profit and philanthropic endeavors. In 1999 he founded the Smooth Stones Foundation and he continues to act as Chairman. He has also been involved with Food for the Hungry, World Vision and Young Life Canada.
Austin A. Adams is a 40-year banking veteran who spent the majority of his career overseeing technology and operations during a dramatic consolidation of the industry. In 2006, Mr. Adams retired as Executive Vice President and Corporate Chief Information Officer at JP Morgan Chase (JPM) where he was a member of the 13-person Operating Committee and managed 28,000 employees and a $7B budget. As CIO, Mr. Adams led more than 100 mergers and spearheaded a $5B IT insourcing program at JPM — the largest insourcing ever undertaken within the financial servicesindustry. Mr. Adams joined JPM upon its merger with Bank One in July 2004. Prior to the merger, he served as Executive Vice President and CIO of Bank One.
Before joining Bank One, he was the CIO at First Union Corporation (now Wells Fargo Corporation) for sixteen years. In the area of consulting, Mr. Adams served as a Senior Advisor at McKinsey, advisor to Carlyle, including two public Carlyle boards. Additionally, Mr. Adams had several assignments for Cerberus, including two at Ally Bank. Mr. Adams has many years of private consulting experience with more than a dozen corporations, primarily with a focus on change management and organizational effectiveness. Mr. Adams currently serves on the board of Commscope Inc., a multinational network infrastructure provider. In past years, he has served on the board of several companies: Dun & Bradstreet, Spectra Energy Corp., First Niagra Bancorp, and Keycorp.
Additionally, he served as Chairman of the Board of CommunityOne Bank, N.A. Mr. Adams was recognized as 2004 CIO of the Year by Waters magazine and one of the 16 most influential technology people in the world by Business 2.0 Magazine in 2002. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and a Master of Sciences from Appalachian State University. He received Appalachian State’s Distinguished Alumnus award and is a member of the ASU Athletic Hall of Fame.
Tyler Voss is the Chief Revenue Officer at Amicus.io, where he provides strategic direction and leadership for all revenue-generating activities. He brings 19 years of experience in financial services, as a leading contributor toward growth initiatives in sales, branding and marketing.
Prior to joining Amicus, Tyler most recently served as Managing Director at Nuveen, a TIAA company. In that role, he had responsibility for sales totaling nearly $5 billion in 11 years. Tyler also served on the Advisory Council, held several distinctions, and won multiple awards for the contributions he and his teams made while at Nuveen including Top Sales Performer and DCIO Partner of the Year.
Tyler earned his Bachelor of Science in Economics from Huntington University and was a member of the university’s Board of Trustees. Volunteer service and charitable work within his community have always been a part of Tyler’s life. His past service on several non-profit boards includes Special Olympics, Big Brothers/ Big Sisters, and Bright Blessings USA where he served as Chair of Fundraising. He resides in Charlotte, NC with his wife, Lori, and their 3 children.
Bill Brand joined Carnival Corporation in the fall of 2018 as Chief Retail Officer. In this newly created, cross brand facilitation role, Brand will optimize current retail strategies, develop new ways to monetize the guest experience pre, during and post cruise and create new business development opportunities. Brand joined Carnival Corporation after 12 years at HSNi. For the last third of his tenure, he was president of HSN (Home Shopping Network) and chief marketing officer of HSNi which includes the Cornerstone portfolio of ecommerce and catalog brands.
He is credited with transforming the HSN brand from a TV-centric business to a digital multi-channel experience that resulted in significant customer and sales growth. Prior to HSNi, Brand led programming for Lifetime Television and at VH1. He started his career working in local news in a number of cities including Columbus, OH, Los Angeles, CA and Orlando, FL.Brand also serves on the board of directors of Habitat for Humanity International and the Moffitt Cancer Center. Brand received his B.S. in communications from Ohio University.
Sean is a senior marketing executive with 25+ years spanning finance, digital and business development leadership roles across multiple industries having led successful growth initiatives which drove $1 billion+ in combined revenues. Prior to joining Amicus.io, Sean was Global Head of Strategic Alliances and Business Development for Qurate Retail Group, a $14 billion retail holding company (QVC, HSN, Zulily and Cornerstone Brands) where he drove expansion into new customer segments and
demographics while enhancing customer loyalty through branded entertainment, marketplaces, content and product licensing.
Earlier at HSN, he helped formed the company’s innovation team which led to multiple patents and industry firsts across mobile, social, interactive television and video commerce. Sean began his career in corporate finance and investment banking having developed strategy and raised more than $100 million in growth capital for early to mid-stage growth companies in software, telecommunications, energy, healthcare and financial services.
Managing Partner for IBM Global Business Services (GBS) North America, leading IBM GBS’ largest market. A technology-savvy, innovative business leader and independent director with a successful track record leading businesses in the information technology, management consulting, professional services industries. A skilled business leader and change agent with a focus on client service, technology-driven innovation, and talent development.
Areas of expertise include: business leadership; business transformation; management consulting; digital and technology strategy; cloud solutions; digital commerce; artificial intelligence; and consumer industries. Strong multi-billion dollar P&L leadership experience, including leading multiple turnarounds and teams of over 10,000 people.
Prior to joining IBM through the acquisition of PwC Consulting, was a Partner at PwC.
Received a Bachelor of Science in Management Science – Decision Support
Systems from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech),
attending on a full athletic scholarship to play volleyball. Serves as an Independent Director on the CoreSite Board of Directors (COR: NYSE), a leading data center REIT, and is a member of The Economic Club of Chicago.
Scott currently serves as the Global Payments Lead at IT Consulting firm Levvel where he helps customers transform their business using technology. Previously, Scott spent 5 years leading one of the largest banks in the country through definition, design, and deployment of their digital payment efforts.
Prior to that, Scott spent 10 years at Wells Fargo working with various lines of business on technology transformation initiatives. With a proven ability to see the high-level strategic picture, combined with the track record of getting product out the door, Scott is ready to tackle complex technology challenges, large and small.
Nancy Freund Heller is a senior executive with a distinguished thirty-year career in financial services, managing investments, creating strategic plans, running new and established businesses, serving on boards and committees. Before retiring from TIAA in 2016, Nancy built and served as President of TIAA Charitable.
Nancy also created TIAA Direct, an online retail bank, headed TIAA’s Institutional Relationships business, conceived and created TIAA’s third party asset management business and spent decades managing investments for TIAA’s general account. Ms. Heller currently serves on the board of Charles Schwab Investment Management, Jackson Life Insurance Company of New York, Manhattan School of Music and the investment advisory board of Geller & Company Family Offices and the advisory board of Amicus.
As the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Chief Deputy Secretary, David Howard oversees the high-level operations of the Division of Motor Vehicles, the non-highway divisions, civil rights and partnerships with Historically Black Colleges and Universities, as well as transportation planning.
Howard most recently served as Associate Administrator of Policy and Governmental Affairs for the Federal Highway Administration, where he was a principal advisor and managed a team involved in transportation policy development, legislative analysis, highway data collection and analysis, and international programs.
Prior to joining the U.S. Department of Transportation, he served as the Senior Vice President of Strategic Initiatives and Fund Development for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Housing Partnership. Howard was also a member of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission for six years before being elected in 2009 to serve as an at-large member of the Charlotte City Council.
In addition, Howard has a wealth of national and state leadership experience, including the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials, the National Urban Land Institute, The German Marshall Fund, the BMW Foundation’s Responsible Leaders Community and the N.C. League of Municipalities. Howard is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
Mark is a Partner at Real Ventures, Canada’s largest and most active early stage venture capital fund. He oversees the firm’s investments blockchain, wireless, and educational technology. Prior to co-founding Real, Mark was an active angel investor and provided seed funding to Millennial Media (NYSE IPO) and several other transformative businesses in the wireless industry.
Earlier in his career, Mark was part of the founding team of TeleCorp PCS, a regional wireless carrier that was acquired by AT&T, and Invertix, a pioneer in wireless instant messaging. Mark holds BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. He lives near Charlotte, NC, with his wife and two children.
Mr. Moore is the principal member of RAM Capital Partners, a financial advisory firm whose clients have included companies in the telecommunications, intellectual property and software and technology industriesMr. Moore formed an investor group and served for three years as CFO and then two years as CEO for a technology company in the supply chain management industry, where he led the successful turn around and sale of the company. He also was the CFO of an intellectual property licensing company with responsibility for all accounting and financial reporting and capital formation.
Prior to RAM Capital Partners, Mr. Moore was a Managing Director in Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette’s Media and Telecommunications Group in Investment Banking. His capital raising experience ranged from private offerings of convertible debt and preferred equity securities for early stage companies to public offerings of common stock, including initial public offerings, preferred equity, convertible debt and high yield debt securities. His financial advisory experience included mergers and acquisitions and restructuring assignments. Mr. Moore holds a BA from the University of Notre Dame (1981) and an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University (1985). For five years, Mr. Moore was an adjunct professor at the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.
Christopher Jones is a private investor and consultant. From 2014 until July 2016 Chris served as the co-head of global active equities at Blackrock where he was jointly responsible for all fundamental and quantitatively driven strategies. He was directly responsible as Chief Investment Officer for all fundamental Global, Emerging Market and US Equity strategies, and was a member of the Blackrock Global Operating Committee, Investment Council and Human Capital Committee.
Prior to joining Blackrock Chris spent 32 years at JP Morgan Investment Management as a research analyst, portfolio manager, and team leader, and from 2006 until 2014 as the CIO of Growth Equities and co-head of US Equities. He earned an MA from Cambridge University and is a CFA. Chris is actively involved in a number of performing arts organizations in NYC and the Berkshires and is the Chairman of the Board of Jacob’s Pillow Dance.
Michael B. Solovay currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Building4Health Inc. (“B4H”), a development stage company creating a platform to evaluate the health impact of the built environment based on real-time sensor data and defined medical standards.
For 7 years prior to joining B4H, Michael was a Managing Director at JPMorgan, where he was most recently a member of the Strategic Investments team, the Bank’s principal venture investment arm. He joined JPMorgan to help form a group focused on developing big data technology, creating innovative information solutions and capturing value from the Bank’s data assets.
Prior to joining JPMorgan, Michael practiced law for 28 years. He was a Principal Shareholder and Co-Chairman of the New York Corporate Department at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, one of the 10 largest law firms in the United States. Michael began his legal career in the Mergers and Acquisitions group at Skadden Arps.
Michael is a graduate of Columbia Law School (JD) and Yale College (BA in Architecture).
Amy is currently the Chief Marketing Officer at LabCorp. She was previously the Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of TE Connectivity (NYSE: TEL), a $13 billion global technology leader in connectivity and sensor solutions, technologies at the center of our connected world. Responsible for the company’s digital strategy, capabilities and customer experience; marketing strategy and organization; data and analytics; brand and corporate communications to drive account growth and value for the enterprise.
Member of TE’s Operating Committee and direct report to the company’s CEO. Prior experience includes 15 years with Sapient and SapientNitro as Managing Director, leading major portions of the agency’s business and advising Fortune 100 leaders on their digital transformation strategies and objectives. Co-Founder and Board member of No More Kids with Cancer, a non profit focused on accelerating non-toxic, safe and more effective treatments for childhood cancer.
Frances Davies-Chandler joined Amicus in September 2018 as Chief of Staff. In this newly created role at an early-stage FinTech company, she was brought in to coordinate all teams, create an organization and supporting processes that reflect enterprise readiness and the overall company values and culture. Additionally, her role is to motivate and lead staff members to work efficiently and focus on the vision and goals as part of the office of the CEO, Board of Directors, and Investors.
Prior to joining Amicus, Frances was at HSNi for several years, where she supported the President with a department of 1100+. In this role, she successfully implemented best customer practices was instrumental in the creation and ongoing support of the Partner Advisory Board. Frances held several key positions with Intelsat, the largest Satellite Communications company in the world, where she was part of the company’s global events team, executing training events and conferences internationally.
Originally from Liverpool, UK she was instrumental in the nonprofit sector, women business development, children’s groups as well an affirmative action program. She currently lives in Tampa Bay, FL with her husband and daughters.