:: Board of Directors ::


Brian Beutner - CEO, mPay Gateway

Brian is a seasoned executive who has been at the center of the intersection of health care administration and banking for ten years, including chartering (and serving as Board Chair) of the first commercial bank owned by a major health care payer, Brian joined mPay Gateway, Inc. which enables physicians and other health care providers to deal with the current trend toward more consumer payment for their own health care.

While at UnitedHealth Group from 1999 through 2005, he was one of the founders of its consumer finance business, chartered Exante Bank, and served as its Chair for three years. He began his career in the private practice of law advising clients on a variety of financing and M&A transactions. From 1991 through 1998 he was an executive at Jostens, Inc, serving as General Counsel and Corporate Secretary. He is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and University of Michigan Law School.

George Danko - EVP, Healthcare IP Partners

Mr. Danko is currently EVP of Healthcare IP Partners and former President of Kardia Health Systems. Prior to these assignments, he was the Chairman and CEO of SpringWorks, LLC, a venture investment firm that managed a portfolio of early stage, high technology businesses that were aligned with the consumer electronics marketplace. Mr. Danko has over 35 years experience in a variety of industries and held senior leadership positions at a number of highly regarded companies, most notably: Pentair, Inc., Johnson Controls, Square D Company, Tektronix, General Electric and Best Buy Co. where he was the Sr. Vice President of Consumer Electronics and Appliances. Mr. Danko has a proven track record of driving growth, successfully managing multi-billion dollar P&L's, leading large marketing, sales and product development teams as well as leading the corporate level strategy and business development function. BSEE Drexel University

Adam Southam - Founder/Chief Strategic Officer, Reshare Commerce, LLC.

As Chief Strategic Officer, Adam Southam is responsible for the development of top-level strategies for the application of his patented collaborative channel commerce methodologies across the multitude of industries where Reshare's software-as-a-service applies. He teaches and directs deployment of strategies for companies using his methodologies. He also leads the development of new iterations of his methodologies for application in the critically important health care, medical and fitness sectors.

As a Member of the Board of Directors, he has an active role in defining direction for the company alongside a seasoned group of highly accomplished senior-level executives. His patent (US# 6,594,641) was conveyed to Reshare in 1999, where he remains the majority shareholder. In 2009, he made the atypical move of replacing himself as CEO in favor of a Fortune 500 executive with greater experience in rapidly growing companies. An academic thinker, Southam credits the Dayton Family, founders of Target, for demonstrating how true leadership means understanding and delivering one's own core competencies while surrounding oneself with empowered executive leaders to deliver their separate and complimentary core competencies.

Alex Danzberger - President, A Harris & Associates

Alex Danzberger, Jr. is an accomplished international executive with deep background in ecommerce, business operations, finance, M&A and corporate strategy. He is currently President of A Harris & Associates LLC, a consulting practice focused on providing consulting and advisory services to early stage ecommerce, social media and e-marketing companies. Previously, he served as VP Corporate Development (Mergers and Acquisitions) for Digital River, where he led the acquisition of 16 companies between 2002 and 2008 that account for half of global sales, including the expansion into Europe with the purchase of Koln, Germany-based element5 AG in 2004, consumer electronics with the purchase of Commerce5 in 2005, and global payment processing with purchase of Stockholm, Sweden-based NetGiro in 2007. Prior to Digital River, he served in several leadership roles with Honeywell, both at their head office and in Hong Kong and Singapore.

Prakash Puram - Former President/CEO iXmatch, Inc.

Prakash Puram led iXmatch as its President, CEO and Chairman for 11 years, survived the dot com melt-down and the current recession while successfully raising $8 million in debt plus equity in a highly constricted capital market. He has a track record of good work in large and small companies including his start-up -- iXmatch, which he sold in 2008. He brings a valuable set of strategic and tactical implementation skills verified by milestones from his prior leadership roles at Unilever (India), Pillsbury, IBM, Honeywell, and Net Perceptions. He has a BS from Loyola College, Madras, India; a Business Management diploma from India's Xavier Institute (XLRI,) Jamshedpur, India; an MBA from the Carlson School of Management; and a Master's in Competitive Strategy and Trade from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government.

Jim Moar - CEO, Reshare Commerce, LLC.

Jim joined the company as Chief Executive Officer effective with the formation of Reshare Commerce in September 2009. Jim is a seasoned executive with an extensive general management and technology background. Between 2003 and 2008, he served with Identix Incorporated, a multi-biometric security technology company, first as the Chief Operating Officer and most recently as President. During this time, Jim led Identix from a $25M EBITDA loss in 2003 to be EBITDA positive by the end of 2006. In 2007, Identix was acquired for $775M, over 70 times forward EBITDA which is an unusual and outstanding achievement in terms of valuation. From 1998 to 2002, he was with Tennant Company, a global industrial equipment company with revenues of $400M as its Chief Operating Officer. Between 1990 and 1998, Jim was with DataCard Group, a $350M world leader in high-volume card issuance and secure identity solutions, most recently as its Chief Operating Officer. From 1983 to 1989, he was President of Liquipak International, Inc., a manufacturer of liquid packaging equipment. Before then, Jim held various management and executive positions with International Paper Company and Citicorp. Jim earned a Masters in Policy Analysis, with distinction, from the University of California at Berkeley and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Princeton with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering. He has served on the Board of Directors for Graco, Inc., an $800M manufacturer of fluid handling products.

During his career, Jim has been closely involved in the financial functions of his companies. Most notably, he served as CFO at Identix for 6 months at a time of the EBITDA turnaround at Identix and the implementation of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance. Additionally, he served on the Audit Committee of the Graco Board of Directors. In the early period of Reshare Commerce, Jim's financial acumen allows the company to operate with a part-time CFO.