Leadership

Industry-leading team of medical, intelligence and security/counterterrorism professionals with extensive backgrounds in commercial and local, state and federal government organizations, with proven performance in operational emergency medicine contingency planning, training and care delivery on all seven continents

James C. Humphlett

CEO

Mr. Humphlett is co-founder and Managing Director for ValuePoint Group, a private equity and consulting firm focused on opportunities in the aerospace, defense and security industries. He has over 30 years of industrial and military experience which includes serving as the President of Tempus Jets Special Mission Aircraft Services where he led the company’s efforts on the USAF E-11A/BACN, AFRICOM C4ISR, AFRICOM Personnel Recovery, HALOE and Advanced Communications Testbed programs. Prior to joining Tempus Jets Mr. Humphlett was the General Manager of Raytheon’s Special Mission Aircraft Raytheon where he led the company’s effort to enter the airborne systems integration and prime contractor business.

Education & Training

  • Vanderbilt University, B.E.

  • University of California Los Angeles, M.B.A.

  • Navy, Top Gun, Fighter Weapons School

Past & Current Appointments

  • Co-founder and Managing Director, ValuePoint Group

  • President, Tempus Jets Special Mission Aircraft Services

  • General Manager, Raytheon Special Mission Aircraft

  • Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Raytheon Commercial Ventures

  • Venture Capital Investor, Palomar Ventures

Government or Military Experience

  • Naval Flight Officer - F-14 Tomcats and F/A-18 Hornets

  • VX-4: Special Programs Department Head

  • F-21: Two combat cruises to the Persian Gulf as strike lead for numerous missions in support of Operation Desert Storm/Southern Watch

Areas of Focus

  • Aerospace, defense and security

  • Special Mission Aviation

  • International offsets and counter-trade

Most memorable locations from global security experiences: Uganda, Burkina Faso, Afghanistan and Algeria. Between work assignments you can find him spending time with his family or looking for his lost golf balls.

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Sean Siler, DO

President & Chief Medical Officer

Sean Siler is a broadly experienced Emergency Physician and business leader with extensive experience in the private, corporate, and government sectors.  He has practiced for years across a spectrum from small community hospitals to large academic medical centers, including concierge medical care for elite patients in the Washington D.C. area.  His government experience at the national level includes leading crucial parts of the Federal response to numerous natural disasters and National Special Security Events (NSSE).  His unique military experience includes conventional and special operations leadership and command positions across an ongoing 24-year career with 4 combat deployments. His diverse business background includes leadership roles in biotech companies, several startup pharmaceutical and laboratory companies, a Caribbean based Air Ambulance Company, advising private equity investors, and corporate medical consulting.

Education & Training

  • California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, B.A.

  • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, M.B.A.

  • Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, D.O. (Sigma Sigma Phi)

  • San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium, Transitional Internship and Emergency Medicine Residency

Past & Current Appointments

  • University of North Carolina

  • Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences

  • George Washington University

  • Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine

  • Methodist University

  • Advisor, Drake Partners

  • AeroMD

  • Entegrion, Inc.

Government or Military Experience

  • Commander, 94th Combat Support Hospital, USAR (selected)

  • Command Surgeon, US Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne)

  • Deputy Command Surgeon, US Army Special Operations Command (Airborne)

  • Commander, 1493rd Medical Detachment (CSC)

  • Battalion Surgeon, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne)

  • Army Flight Surgeon, Hyperbaric Medical Officer and Parachutist

  • Deputy Chief Medical Officer, National Disaster Medical System, US Department of Health and Human Services

  • Numerous special operations assignments and deployments in support of US Special Operations Command.

Areas of Focus

  • Concierge and VIP Medical Support

  • Remote Surgical Support

  • Planning and Execution of Global Medical Support

  • Aviation, Tropical and Hyperbaric Medicine

  • Medical Entrepreneurism

  • Business case analysis for medical care, procedures, and programs

  • Process improvement with emphasis on operations interventions

Publications

  • Journal of Disaster Medicine

  • Journal of Burn Care Research

  • Journal of Special Operations Medicine

  • Chapter Author, Essential Emergency Medicine for the Healthcare Practitioner, Sawyer et al.

  • Chapter Author, Disaster Medicine, Ciottone et al.

  • Contributor, Department of Defense Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care (CoTCCC)

Presentations

  • CDC and American College of Surgeons, Expert Panel on EMS Field Triage Guidelines

  • Western University of Health Sciences, Keynote Speaker

Most memorable overseas experiences include flying critically injured patients over the Hindu-Kush mountains, treating tropical diseases along the Amazon River, and exploring the rich heritage of over a dozen European countries. When not working, you will find him traveling with his family or manning a barbeque.

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David Thompson, MPAS, PA-C

Deputy Chief Medical Officer

David Thompson is a seasoned, senior practicing Physician Assistant, leader and educator with extensive experience providing quality care to a wide range of patients in challenging environments. He has practiced for years in Emergency Medicine, Acute Care Surgery and the Operational Medicine environment. A solid leader, David’s military experience spans three decades and has included multiple challenging command, staff and training positions. He is a much sought-after clinical teacher and has taught and lectured medics, physician assistants, physicians and non-medical personnel from a wide variety of backgrounds globally. David has had first-hand experience for decades responding to some of our nation’s greatest challenges, from hurricane relief missions, to consulting on national level medical projects to leading missions in combat as a military medical officer.

Education & Training

  • Salisbury University, Salisbury MD, (BS)

  • Wake Forest University, Physician Assistant Program

  • University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha NE, Master of Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS)

  • Command & General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, KS

  • Naval War College, College of Command & Staff, Portsmouth RI

  • Air War College, Maxwell Air Force Base, AL

Past & Current Appointments

  • Wake Forest University

  • Campbell University

  • University Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences

  • Methodist University

Government or Military Experience

  • Command Surgeon, US Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne)

  • Deputy Command Surgeon, US Army Special Operations Command (Airborne)

  • Deputy Commander, Clinical Services, 1st Medical Training Brigade

  • Commander, 7236th Medical Support Unit

  • Battalion Flight Surgeon, 1-130th Aviation Battalion (Attack)

  • Army Aeromedical Physician Assistant, Jumpmaster, Pathfinder, Air Assault, and Airborne qualified

  • Numerous other challenging assignments and deployments both CONUS and OCONUS

Areas of Focus

  • Remote Surgical Support

  • Acute Care Surgery and Emergency Medicine

  • Simulation in Medical Training

  • Leadership, Mentoring and Training of junior medical personnel

Publications

  • Journal of Special Operations Medicine

  • Confèdèration Interallièe des Officers Mèdicaux de Rèserve

  • Association of Military Surgeons of the United States

Most memorable experiences include providing emergency surgical care for critically injured patients in combat and training a multi-ethnic, multinational, multi-service team in tactical combat casualty care on an assignment in the Middle East. When not working or traveling, he enjoys spending time with his family, reading, playing and performing music and spending time in the great outdoors.

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Eric Ossmann, MD, FACEP

Principal

Eric Ossmann is a practicing emergency physician with over 19 years leadership experience in prehospital and disaster medicine. Dr. Ossmann has been involved in emergency medical services at the local, state and national level throughout his career. His background includes all aspects of out-of-hospital care and disaster medicine with a focus on the integration of emergency medical services into a community-based health care delivery system.

Education & Training

  • DePaul University, B.A.

  • Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, M.D. (Alpha Omega Alpha)

  • Methodist Hospital, Indiana University, Emergency Medicine Residency (Chief Resident)

  • Carolinas Medical Center, Emergency Medical Services Fellowship

Past & Current Appointments

  • Emory University

  • Duke University

Government or Military Experience

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • Federal Disaster Medical Assistance Team (DMAT)

  • Federal Urban Search and Rescue Team (USAR)

Areas of Focus

  • International Trauma System Assessment and Design

  • Medical Oversight of Emergency Medical Services

  • Medical Contingency Planning for Bombing and Blast Events

  • Medical Oversight for Professional Sporting Events

  • Facility Emergency Medical Response Planning

Publications

  • Western Journal of Emergency Medicine

  • Journal of Emergencies

  • Trauma and Shock

  • Circulation (AHA)

  • Prehospital Emergency Care

  • Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America

  • USA Today (Quoted)

  • Atlanta Journal Constitution (Quoted)

Most memorable locations from global medical experiences: Uzbekistan, Singapore and Colombia. Between work assignments you can find him any place with top-notch day hikes and interesting cuisine.

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Matt Bitner, MD, FACEP

Principal

Matt Bitner is a practicing emergency physician with a background in clinical operations, emergency medical response planning, prehospital operations, mass gathering/event medicine and global trauma systems design. Additional focus areas include adult learning strategies, instructional system design and utilization of technology in education. His strategic planning and operations experience ranges from providing medical oversight for professional world-class cycling events and internationally recognized marathons to supervising EMS services for public and private sector entities.

Education & Training

  • Hampden-Sydney College, B.S. (Phi Beta Kappa)

  • University of Miami School Of Medicine, M.D. (Alpha Omega Alpha)

  • Emory University, Emergency Medicine Residency (Chief Resident)

  • Emory University, Prehospital and Disaster Medicine Fellowship

  • University of Cincinnati College of Education, M.Ed.

Past & Current Appointments

  • Emory University

  • Duke University

Areas of Focus

  • Designing/Implementing Emergency Response Training Programs

  • Global Emergency Medicine System Analysis and Design

  • Medical Oversight for Professional Sporting Events

  • Facility Emergency Medical Response Planning

Publications

  • New England Journal of Medicine

  • Annals of Emergency Medicine

  • Prehospital Emergency Care

  • Prehospital and Disaster Medicine

Most memorable locations from global medical experiences: Colombia, Republic of Georgia and Rwanda. Between assignments you can find him at wine tastings in Napa or any place with a great backdrop for photography.

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Kevin Sullivan, MS, NREMT-P

Director Of Operations

Kevin Sullivan is a practicing paramedic with a background in EMS system management and first responder training. Mr. Sullivan has served in senior executive roles in EMS systems for much of the last ten years, including as EMS Chief in a large suburban area and EMS Deputy Chief in a large metropolitan area. Much of Mr. Sullivan’s career has focused on improving under-performing EMS systems, EMS system finance and on revenue improvement techniques for ambulance services. He is also passionate about empowering lay people to assist in emergencies.

Education & Training

  • Georgetown University, B.A.

  • University of Maryland, M.S.

Government or Military Experience

  • National EMS Preparedness Initiative

Areas of Focus

  • EMS System Improvement & Quality Management

  • EMS System Finance & Economics

  • Electronic Health Care Record Integration

  • Leadership Development within the Ambulance Service Industry

  • First Responder Training & Integration

Publications

  • AHQR Healthcare Innovations Exchange

  • Managing Ambulance Services, 1st Edition

  • Prehospital Trauma Life Support, 7th Edition

Outside of the office, Mr. Sullivan is a die-hard Georgetown supporter and fanatic Hoya Basketball fan.

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Board of Advisors

VIGILINT’s Board of Advisors is a group of world-class senior leaders and executives with deep experience in the homeland security, intelligence, defense and special events industries. This team’s expertise covers the spectrum from highly successful private equity companies to large government agencies and affords us a unique set of perspectives on today’s global operating environment and its medical and physical threats. Whether planning a comprehensive protective medicine solution for an international sporting event or supporting an embedded security team within a Fortune 500 company, VIGILINT brings a real-world approach grounded in advice from an accomplished Board of Advisors with decades of experience in some of the most challenging of circumstances.

The Honorable Michael Chertoff

Chairman, The Chertoff Group

Having served as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security from 2005 to 2009, Mr. Chertoff is Chairman of the Chertoff Group, where he provides high-level strategic counsel to corporate and government leaders on a broad range of security issues, from risk identification and prevention to preparedness, response and recovery. Before heading up the Department of Homeland Security, Mr. Chertoff served as a federal judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. Earlier, during more than a decade as a federal prosecutor, he investigated and prosecuted cases of political corruption, organized crime, corporate fraud and terrorism; including the investigation of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Mr. Chertoff is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College (1975) and Harvard Law School (1978). From 1979-1980 he served as a clerk to Supreme Court Justice William Brennan, Jr. Mr. Chertoff is also senior of counsel at Covington & Burling LLP, and a member of the firm’s White Collar Defense and Investigations practice group.

Jeffrey W. Runge, MD, FACEP

President, Biologue, Inc. Director and National Collaborative for Bio-Preparedness, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Dr. Runge has over 30 years of experience as an emergency medicine physician and strategic consulting counsel for companies in the health, defense and security sectors as well as corporate board service for public companies in the medical care and biodefense sectors. His previous leadership positions include Chief Medical Officer for the US Department of Homeland Security and Administrator for the US Department of Transportation. Currently, Dr. Runge is the President of Biologue, Inc, a consultant practice focused on public policy and strategy in the fields of biodefense, medical preparedness, emergency medical services delivery and road safety. Additionally, Dr. Runge directs the National Collaborative for Bio-Preparedness Program for the University of North Carolina (UNC) that is improving the nation’s bio-preparedness and biological surveillance capabilities. He also serves as Senior Advisor for the Chertoff Group, and Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine for UNC School of Medicine.

Education & Training

  • Residency in Emergency Medicine (1984)

  • Medical University of South Carolina, MD, Medicine (1981)

  • The University of the South, BA, Biology (1977)

Past & Current Appointments

  • President, Biologue, Inc, Chapel Hill, NC

  • Director, National Collaborative for Bio-Preparedness, University of Chapel Hill, NC

  • Senior Advisor, The Chertoff Group, Washington, DC

  • Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine, UNC School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC

  • Clinical and Research Faculty, Department of Emergency Medicine, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, NC

Government or Military Experience

  • Chief Medical Officer and Assistant Secretary for Health Affairs, US Department of Homeland Security, Washington DC

  • Administrator, US Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Washington DC

Areas of Focus

  • Medical preparedness and Emergency medical services

  • Biological and chemical defense

  • Workforce health protection

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Suzanne Garber

Co-Founder, Gauze

Co-founder of Gauze, the world’s most comprehensive database of hospitals outside the USA, Suzanne Garber previously was COO of International SOS where she led strategy and operations to evacuate thousands of travelers from catastrophes worldwide including the Arab spring and Haiti earthquake, and Managing Director of FedEx South America, based in Brazil.  A dual US/EU citizen with a bachelor’s degree with honors in foreign languages from Rutgers University and a Master’s degree recipient with honors from the University of Pennsylvania, Garber was reared in Africa, Latin America, and Europe.  She is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.  Her professional work, including her work in directing, writing and producing short documentary, “GAUZE:  Unraveling Global Healthcare,” has taken her to every continent and 100+ countries.

Education & Training

  • University of Pennsylvania, MS, Liberal Arts, Environmental Science

  • Rutgers University, BA, Foreign Languages and Political Science

Areas of Focus

  • Healthcare Technology

  • Risk Mitigation

  • Globalization

Publications

  • "Executive Interview Skills for Millennials" Blue Steps Magazine, September 2016

  • "Four Resume Steps for Upwardly Mobile Millennials" Blue Steps Magazine, July 2016

  • The Severance Balloon” Blue Steps Magazine, January, 2016

  • “The Don’ts of Safety Networking” Blue Steps Magazine, September, 2015

  • "Executive Networking: The Importance of Creating your Safety Network” Blue Steps Magazine, May, 2015

  • SAFETY NETwork: A Tale of Ten Truths of Executive Networking (CreateSpace: 2015) The International Executive’s Resource Guide: Stories of International Business

  • The International Executive’s Resource Guide: Stories of International Business Success Across Geographies, Industries, and Cultures (IERG: 2015)

  • “Comparing Global Orthopedic Costs: Ball and Socket or Ball and Chain?” Medical Tourism Magazine, April, 2015

  • “From the Top: Duty of Care”, Project Management Magazine, February 2011

  • “Putting Duty of Care on Your Organization’s Radar Screen”, Mobility Magazine, July 2010

  • "Duty of Care: Roadmap for Risk Managers. A Three Step Plan for Success: Plan, Do Check”, Risk Management Magazine, May 2010

  • Contributor to articles in: The NY Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Forbes.com, LA Times, Yahoo! News, US News & World Report, CBS News Online, NBC News Online, MSN Travel, Career Builder, Daily Finance, CNBC, SmartCEO, FoxNews.com, Business Travel Executive Magazine, AARP, Rutgers Magazine, Expat Women, Medical Travel Today, International Travel and Health Insurance Journal, WorkWise, The TravelMarket Report, The Network Journal, Expat Info Desk, American Express Open Forum, Greenwich Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, BizJournals, Business Travel News, ASTA Smart Brief, Small Business Digest, Society for Financial Awareness, Money Matters Radio, Executive Leaders Radio, Non-Profit Business Advisor, Prositions Talent Prospectives, Ignite Magazine, InsuranceQuotes.com, ContingencyPlanning.com, Family Travel Magazine, WomenInBiz Blog, Cio.com, Glass Hammer, More.com, TopFloor, Utah Deseret News, Today’s Leading Women, The Street, and Advance Respiratory Care and Sleep Medicine, Blue Steps, WomenBizBlog, and the University of Pennsylvania Alumni blog.

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Hill Carrow

Chief Executive Officer, Sports & Properties

Hill Carrow is CEO of Sports & Properties, Inc. (SPI), a sports and entertainment marketing and development firm based in Raleigh, NC. SPI serves a number of corporate clients and assists communities with sports and entertainment economic development projects. SPI also specializes in naming rights, ranging from major sports venues to performing arts centers. Previously, Mr. Carrow served as Vice President of Olympic Properties of the U.S. (OPUS) and Director of Corporate Partnerships and Services for the U.S. Olympic Committee in Colorado Springs. Before joining the USOC, he was Director of Sara Lee Corporation’s $100+ million sponsorship of the Atlanta and Lillehammer Olympic Games. From 1985 to 1987, Mr. Carrow served as President and Executive Director of U.S. Olympic Festival 1987, America’s largest Olympic-style, multi-sport event.

Mr. Carrow founded NC Amateur Sports, one of the country’s oldest sports commissions, in 1980. He founded the State Games of North Carolina in 1986 and directed the successful U.S. Olympic Festival in North Carolina’s Triangle area in 1987. Subsequently he founded the National Association of Sports Commissions in 1990 and served as Chairman. More recently Mr. Carrow founded the Triangle Sports Commission in 2000 and the North Carolina Sports Association (NCSA) in 2002 and served as chairman of the NCSA from 2002-2007.

Mr. Carrow is an attorney and a member in the Sports and Entertainment Law Section of the North Carolina Bar.

J. Bennet Waters, MPH, DHA

Principal, The Chertoff Group

Bennet Waters is an accomplished senior executive with a successful record of leadership in a variety of public, private and federal government settings. Prior to joining VIGILINT’s Board of Advisors, he was a Member, Chief Operating Officer, Managing Director and now Principal at the Chertoff Group, LLC (Washington, DC). Having served at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security from 2005-2009, Dr. Waters has also held senior roles in academic, public and for-profit healthcare organizations. He is a frequent speaker and author on counterterrorism, transportation security, emergency preparedness, disaster management and healthcare administration.

Education & Training

  • Davidson College, B.A. (Honors)

  • Boston University School of Public Health, M.P.H. (Health Law)

  • Medical University of South Carolina, D.H.A. (Honor Society, Dean?s List)

Past & Current Appointments

  • Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC

  • University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

  • Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, MA

Government or Military Experience

  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security, 2005-2009

    • Office of the Secretary (Counselor)

    • Office of the Deputy Secretary (Counselor)

    • Office of Health Affairs (Chief of Staff)

    • Transportation Security Administration (Deputy Assistant Administrator)

Areas of Focus

  • Customer service, business development and corporate growth

  • Creating investor and shareholder value

  • Financial management and corporate operations

  • Strategic planning and risk management

Publications

  • Community Preparedness and Response to Terrorism, Volume 1 (Book chapter)

  • International Disaster Nursing (Book chapter)

  • National Security Law (Book chapter)

  • Hastings Center Report

  • Healthcare Papers

  • Journal for Healthcare Quality

  • Journal of Healthcare Finance

  • Longwoods Review

  • Society of Critical Care Medicine 26th and 29th Educational and Scientific Symposia

  • Social Science and Medicine

  • USA Today (Quoted)

  • Wall Street Journal (Quoted)

Most memorable locations from global medical experiences: Northern and Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East. When not in the office, you can find him at UNC athletic events cheering for the Heels, or at soccer/lacrosse/tennis/swimming with one of his three daughters.

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David P. King

Chief Executive Officer, LabCorp Of America

David P. King has served as Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer of LabCorp since May 6, 2009; prior to that date he served as a director, President and Chief Executive Officer since January 1, 2007. Mr. King served as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer from December 2005 to January 2007, as Executive Vice President of Strategic Planning and Corporate Development from January 2004 to December 2005 and was hired in September 2001 as Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer.

Prior to joining Lab, he was a partner with Hogan & Hartson LLP (now Hogan Lovells US LLP) in Baltimore, Maryland from 1992 to 2001. Mr. King was appointed to the board of advisors of Cardinal Health, Inc. in 2011 and serves on the Audit Committee as a financial expert.

William L. Lang, MD, MHA

For more than 20 years, Bill Lang has been one of the foremost experts in health aspects of contingency planning and the organizational response to critical incidents. As the Director of the White House Medical Unit, Dr. Lang was responsible for organizing and providing comprehensive healthcare services to two U.S. presidents and thousands of members of the executive staff. He developed and oversaw medical contingency planning at the White House and for every presidential destination. Later, at the Depart of Homeland Security, Dr. Lang played a key role in implementing the nation’s preparedness strategy for pandemics and bioterrorist attacks at the Departmental level.

Education & Training

  • United States Military Academy (West Point), B.S.

  • Uniform Services University of the Health Sciences, M.D.

  • University of North Carolina, M.H.A.

Past & Current Appointments

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor of Family Medicine

    • Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (1993-2003)

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Family Medicine

    • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1990-1995)

Government or Military Experience

  • Director, White House Medical Unit

  • Deputy Physician to the President of the United States

  • Associate Chief Medical Officer, Component Services, US Department of Homeland Security

  • Colonel (Retired), United States Army Medical Corps

  • Director of Clinical Information Requirements, Department of Defense

Areas of Focus

  • Medical Contingency Planning

  • Addressing Impacts of Health Events on General Operations

  • Public Health Response to Biological Incidents

  • Medical Aspects of Protective Services

  • Executive Health Services

Publications

  • Section Author, "Healthcare Abroad", in Travel Medicine, 3rd Edition, J. Keystone, ed.

Bill looks beyond the immediate impacts of critical health issues to assist organizations in addressing the second and third order effects of both internal and external health issues and threats. Very importantly, he is skilled and experienced at recognizing and explaining potential impacts of health-related issues and developing operationally-relevant options for leadership, including assisting communications personnel in crafting messages related to these events.

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Ray Fitzgerald

Chief Executive Officer, BlackPoint Ventures

Mr. Fitzgerald is the founder and CEO of BlackPoint Ventures, a consulting and services company providing corporate leadership, strategic vision and business structure oversight, M&A due diligence, business development and emerging technology evaluation services in the Aerospace and Defense, Technology, Logistics and Health Care industries. He has over 25 years of industry, aviation and military experience, including the founding BroadBay Group Corporation, a Special Mission Aviation company which provides full spectrum ISR services to US Government, allied foreign nations and commercial clients.

Education & Training

  • U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, M.B.A.

  • The Catholic University of America, B.A. Financial Management

  • USMC MAWTS-1 Forward Air Controller (FAC(A)) graduate

  • US Naval Aviation Safety School, Aviation Safety Officer Command COI

Past & Current Appointments

  • CEO, BlackPoint Ventures

  • Director, Defense Liaison, for 501(c) 3 Operation Love the Children of Haiti Orphanage

  • Founder, President and CEO, BroadBay Group, Corp.

  • American Airlines 737, 727 International First Officer

Areas of Focus

  • Aerospace & Defense

  • Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Emerging technologies evaluation

  • Logistics

  • Health Care

  • Special Mission Aviation

Most memorable locations from global experiences: Haiti, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, UAE, Europe, and the Balkans. Between work assignments, and at the sole discretion of his family, you can find him training for next year's New York City Marathon or flying WWII Warbirds.

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