Chairman & CEO
Jon is a serial entrepreneur and proven global executive having lived and worked on five different continents. He is a proactive and high-energy executive with a unique blend of experience in strategy consulting, internet and cloud-based software development, financial services, retailing and global sourcing. Jon has a proven track record of building world-class teams and delivering profitable opportunities for growth. He holds a BA in Economics from Occidental College and an MSIA/MBA from Carnegie-Mellon University.
Mike is a builder of early-stage technology companies. He has a 20+ years successfully leading start-ups in the intellectual property, hardware, software, systems, and technical services industries. As CEO at Privaris, Mike helped build and sell a significant biometric identity patent portfolio to Apple. Mike was also SVP Innovation Operations for ipCreate a top innovation consultancy, CEO at Netgenshopper an online reverse auction marketplace, and CEO of The Guild Corporation a technical recruiting firm. He holds a BSEE from Carnegie-Mellon University.
Dr. Israel Franco, FAAP, FACS, MD
Chief Science Officer
Dr. Israel Franco, MD is a world-renowned, board-certified Pediatric Urologist with over 25 years of experience in the treatment of Pediatric Enuresis. He currently leads Yale University’s Children’s Bladder and Continence Center which is one of the leading pediatric urology research institutions in the world. Israel received his medical degree from Albert Einstein College and his fellowship from Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Israel was an early innovator in laparoscopic surgical and neurological techniques in pediatric urology and was a pioneer in the use of biofeedback therapy in the United States. Israel is a Board Member and Treasurer of the International Children’s Continence Society (ICCS) which plays a vital role in the education of physicians, nurses, and physiotherapists in the care of children’s urinary and bowel continence issues. Israel has published over 90 articles in peer reviewed journals and has contributed 19 chapters for textbooks. With Israel’s publication of “The Management and Treatment of Overactive in Bladder in Children” in The Journal of Urology, he has driven the pediatric community to look at CNS mechanisms as the cause of most incontinence and dysfunctional voiding issues in children. Since that time a more concerted effort to explore these mechanisms has continued to confirm a central role for many children with refractory incontinence.
Steve is a technology leader with significant start-up experience and has deep insights into big data systems, complex and scalable software platforms, agile development, biometric telemetry, mobile application development, and protectable technologies. He inspires and leads his teams with a hands-on approach to building great products. He has direct experience coding, holds several patents, and earned his Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from George Washington University.
Sandra has extensive CFO experience as both a strategic and operational leader across numerous large and small businesses while implementing the processes and systems needed to accelerate a company’s growth. Sandra is a leader in her community and volunteers a significant portion of her time as the President of the Boys & Girls Club of Central Virginia. She holds an advanced management degree from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and a BBA in Accounting from The College of William & Mary.
Amy Duran, OTD
Customer Care Manager
Amy is passionate about helping children and families overcome bedwetting. Amy has worked in numerous clinical and hospital settings around the world providing long-term and acute patient care for disabled, ill, and injured patients of all ages helping them regain and develop the skills needed for day to day life and work. She holds a Doctorate in Occupational Therapy and a B.S. in Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University.