CHARITYMOBI, INC. BOARD OF ADVISORS
THREE ACTIVE MEMEBERS NOW SERVE AS PROJECT ADVISORS:
1 ) Winston Price.. HURRICANE PROJECT ADVISOR
Winston Price, M.D., FAAP, FACPE is a board certified pediatrician and served as President of the National Medical Association (NMA) from August 2004 to July 2005. He will work with NMA physicians in New York and New Jersey to select children for the CharityMobi Hurricane Sandy relief aid programs, including co-coordinating the medical evaluation for the children that will participate in the Hurricane Sandy relief aid - re-location programs, when funded.
Dr. Price has held numerous leadership positions within the NMA for more than 30 years culminating in his role as President. He currently serves on other advisory boards including the Board of Directors of the National Center on Missing and Exploited Children and previously served on the Council on Clinical Information Technology & the Task Force on Foster Care of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Price serves as the President and Chair for the National African American Drug Policy Coalition and participates as an invited national leader on the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Leadership Advisory Group for the US. Dr. Price’s leadership experience and accomplishments include past service as medical director for Georgia’s Department of Community Health, Chair of Georgia’s Health Information and Transparency Board, Aetna’s Brooklyn/Queens/ SI health plan, Director for the SUNY Ambulatory Pediatric Department, Director for the SUNY Well-Baby Nursery, a stellar career in a private pediatric practice in NYC and serving as Executive Clinical Dean for the American University of Antigua School of Medicine. He also serves as Director of IT for the W. Montague COBB Institute which focuses on research and data analysis as it relates to improving healthcare of populations at risk. In his spare time Dr. Price also practices clinical medicine serving populations at risk for poor health outcomes in Georgia with a focus on preventive care.
2) CONRAD MMASI... RFID ADVISOR AND TANZANIA ADVISOR
Conrad Mmasi is from Tanzania. He is currently the Senior Principal Product Engineer for Skyworks in Boston, Mass; a company that has $1 billion in operations globally. Conrad Mmasi is committed to helping children in Tanzania, and helping implement RFID fundraising to generate donations via RFID devices in packaging that will communicate with cellular mobile devices. He is currently completing work towards a PHD at MIT, and working as an electrical engineer at Skyworks. He is a Radio Frequency Engineer, and has knowledge about how to program RFID transmitters, and the electronic engineering for transmission devices in cellular telephones and other related cellular devices such as I-pads act. In the future, the organization desires to implement fundraising via radio frequency technology. Conrad Mmasi is a Radio Frequency Design Engineer.
EDUCATION: MIT Sloan EXEC Certification, Technology, Operations, and Value Chain Management – Boston Massachusetts, Master of Business Administration, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia,Master of Science & Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan.
3) MARC JAQUINOT.. MICROCHIP TECHNOLOGY ADVISOR
MARC jAQUINOT at CardWerk is a smart card expert and systems architect. He is a Board Advisor charged with the responsibility to evaluate Vendor Smart card technology, and Vendor contracts that may be entered into by CharityMobi for high volume purchase of thousands of health cards. CharityMobi finds that is more cost effective to purchase vendor cards and use smart card software that is currently in the market. Marc evaluates the capabilities of the card technology as promised by vendor. Marc Jaquonot does not reverse engineer or copy Vendor card software, which is sent to CharityMobi for professional evaluation for high volume purchase. Marc Jaquinot makes sure that any purchase of card technology will meet CharityMobi's needs for providing World Heath Relief Aid for children, globally. Charity Mobi is required to bid any purchase that exceeds $50,000 in any calendar year, unless the Vendor's card has proprietary features that no other microchip health card can provide.