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Mr. Michael Greene, Mike has been the Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer at ID Watchdog Inc. since March 2011. Mr. Greene has spent the past 10 years in the data security space; first with Webroot Software, PC Tools, and then Symantec. Mr Greene has been granted two patents related to data security, and has spoken on the topic of data security around the world. At Webroot, he was recruited to develop and launch its first enterprise product, helped to launch offices in Europe and Asia, and established key sales channels contributing more than 50% of annual revenues. During his tenure, he helped grow product annual revenue from $3M to $84M. At PC Tools, Mr. Greene served as Vice President of Product Strategy and Business Development building out the US Office, establishing strategic sales channels, executing acquisitions, and defining the company’s next generation product strategy. During his tenure he helped to grow PC Tools annual product revenues to more than $90M and led the company into an acquisition by Symantec. Mr. Greene graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology with a minor in Biochemistry; and from the University of Colorado Leeds School of Business with a Masters in Business Administration.
Jay Lewis has over 25 years of executive level finance and accounting experience including 15 as the senior financial officer of publically traded companies. Mr. Lewis has raised over $300 million in capital via both public and private offerings and executed numerous M&A transactions.
Prior to joining ID Watchdog, he was the CFO and a Director of Jones Media Networks, Ltd., which owned two cable television networks, the fourth largest network radio company in the U.S. and a satellite distribution business. Prior to his tenure as CFO at Jones Media Networks, he was the Vice President of Finance and Treasurer of Jones International, Ltd., a private holding company with ownership of companies involved primarily in media, for-profit education and telecommunications. Jones Intercable, Inc., which was the eighth-largest cable television system operator in the U.S., was one of Jones International's operating companies.
Jay is a CPA, an alumni of Ernst & Young and has a Bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Wyoming.
Craig brings more than 20 years of experience in information technology to his position at ID Watchdog, including 18 years working with financial and payment processing companies such as National City Bank, National Processing and International Check Services.
Just prior to joining ID Watchdog, Ramsay served as the Chief Architect for First Data, the world's largest payment processor. Ramsay has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Ramapo College in New Jersey.
Eric ("Rick") Lunstrum oversees the details of the ID Watchdog experience, ensuring that processes support the best possible customer service. Rick brings over 33 years of hi-tech operations management experience to ID Watchdog.
Rick began his career at National Semiconductor. In 1985, Lunstrum joined Destron/IDI a global leader in microchip technologies to manage their worldwide operations. In 1995, Lunstrum founded Univel Corporation, an international electronic component distributorship.
No stranger to startup companies, he oversaw manufacturing, quality, sales, marketing, and service departments. Lunstrum’s formal education includes studies at both de Anza and Regis Universities.
Mr. Demitrieus joined the Board on January 16, 2012. Mr. Demitrieus has over 30 years of diversified experience with global leading edge companies. Mr. Demitrieus is the Chief Executive Officer of Eyelock Incorporated, an advanced iris-based identity management technology solutions company focused on next-generation systems for global access control.
From 2006 to 2008 Mr. Demitrieus served as the President of Sherwood Valves and from 2002 to 2005 he serviced as President and CEO Aluma Systems a JV company between the Alcan Aluminum and the Delzotto family. Aluma grew through acquisitions to become Canada’s largest industrial provider of ‘access – industrial scaffolding and concrete forming and shoring’ services.
From 1990 to 1999 Mr. Demitrieus served as the President and CEO of SK America and Ecoban Finance, the first non Korean CEO of a major Korean based company. SK Group is a $40 billion family controlled conglomerate dominating petrochemicals, manufacturing and telecom services in Korea.
Mr. Demitrieus holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Adelphia University.
Rick has over 15 years of international political, finance and business development experience working for multinational firms. Currently, he is the managing partner of Pericles LP, the firm’s private equity funds focused on technology, infrastructure, and real estate targets. Much of his work focuses on investment, business development and deal structures in Europe.
From 2005 – 2006 Rick served as Vice President of International Business Development and Public Affairs at Scientific Games Corporation (NASDAQ: SGMS) with responsibility for international business development and government relations. He managed the company’s global public affairs, and worked as a senior member on the M&A team.
From 2000 – 2005 Mr. Gates served as Partner and COO of Business Strategies and Insight, LLC, a public affairs company that specializes in business development, government procurements, government relations, corporate strategic investments and crisis management. In 2003, Mr. Gates was a co-founder of Capital Strategies, LLC (a Richmond based public affairs and government relations firm).
From 1997 – 2000 Mr. Gates was a Director at GTECH UK Limited (based in London) where he headed the company’s international business development program. From 1995 – 1997 Mr. Gates was a Director at Black, Manafort, Stone & Kelly, a government and public relations firm representing numerous Fortune 500 companies before the White House, government agencies and the US Congress.
Mr. Gates has worked on several US presidential campaigns and has participated in many international political campaigns in Europe and Africa. Mr. Gates graduated with a M.A. in Public Policy from George Washington University and a B.A. in Government from The College of William & Mary. He also completed the Executive Management Programme in Brussels and London.
Henry Boye has been General Manager of Information and Media and Executive Vice President at HCPro, Inc., since January 2011. Mr. Boye leads HCPro’s two information centric business units: Information Solutions, and Media and Market Insight. He served as Director of the Office of Atlantic Media Company. Mr. Boye served as General Manager of the National Journal Group. He led a restructuring of the National Journal’s internal processes and functions, resulting in a dramatic increase in profits and revenue growth. He has excellent strategic and operations skills as well as a track record of transforming media businesses. He served as an Engagement Manager at McKinsey & Company. He served as Associate Group Publisher for Harvard Business Review Publishing, where he led a reinvigoration of Harvard Business Review brands across multiple platforms. He has been a Director at ID Watchdog, Inc. (alternate name Identity Rehab Corporation) since March 2009. He joined the prestigious management magazine Identity Rehab Corporation (also Known as ID Watchdog) in 2007 and leads the commercial operations of the magazine, including advertising sales, circulation, marketing, and strategy. Before joining Harvard Business Review, Mr. Boye received a BA from Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA, and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Murray K. Atkins is Independent Director of ID Watchdog, Inc. Mr. Atkins has been in the venture capital markets for over fifteen years and has been involved in the formation, funding and managing of several private and publically traded companies. Mr. Atkins is the current President of Blur Investments Ltd. (a private corporate advisory corporation specializing in real estate), a position he has held since January 1998. He is also the President, Chief Executive Officer, a director and a principal shareholder of Kristina Capital Corp. (TSXV: KCA), a director of Rain Resources Inc. (TSXV: RAN). and of Royal Capital Corp. (as a founding shareholder). Past roles have included: a director of Black Marlin Energy Holdings Corp. (TSXV:BML) and a director of Sino Vanadium (TSXV-SVX). Mr. Atkins is also attributed as being a founding shareholder in the following companies that have been listed on a Canadian exchange: Peregrine Metals (TSX-PGM), Peregrine Diamonds (TSXV-PGD), Wilton Resources (TSXV-WIL), Canacol Energy (TSXV-CNE) and Excelsior Energy (TSXV-ELE). Mr. Atkins holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Utah.
Mr. K. Dieter Heidrich is Independent Director of ID Watchdog, Inc. Mr. Heidrich has been the Managing Director of Green Rock Capital, LLC (formerly Opus Capital, LLC) since April 1993. From 1986 to 1993, Mr. Heidrich was a General Partner of Weiss, Peck & Greer Ventures, LP, a California based venture capital firm. From 1983 until 1986, he was the founder and Managing Partner of Intermountain Technology Ventures. Prior to 1983, he worked for several technology companies, including as the founder and President of Prolink Corporation and Vice President International Operations for Northern Telecom Systems Corporation. Mr. Heidrich has a Dipl. Ing. degree from the Technical University in Munich, Germany.
Mr. Keith G. Rickard is Independent Director of ID Watchdog, Inc. Mr. Rickard’s career spans 29 years in the computer service and software industries. Since 2005, Mr. Rickard has been an independent management consultant providing services to various companies. From June 2001 to October 2004, Mr. Rickard served as President, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of BakBone Software Inc., a public software products Corporation specializing in data protection (backup and recovery), which was then listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and quoted on the OTC Bulletin Board in the United States. Prior to joining BakBone, Mr. Rickard spent 19 years at Sterling Software, a Dallas-based software products corporation that was sold to Computer Associates in 2000. While at Sterling, Mr. Rickard held various positions in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, including President of the Americas Division, Vice President of the International Division responsible for the United Kingdom, and President of the VM Software Division. His most recent position at Sterling was President of the Storage Management Division. Mr. Rickard holds a B.Sc. in Mathematics from the University of London.
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