Advisory Board

Strategic Advisor

John A. Quelch CBE,  is Dean of the University of Miami Business School. He is the Leonard M. Miller University Professor and also serves as the University’s Vice Provost for Executive Education. Prior to joining Miami Business School, he was the Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. He also held a joint appointment as professor of health policy and management at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health – the first to hold dual primary appointments in those two schools, and one of only a few faculty members across Harvard University with this distinction.

Prof. Quelch is the author, co-author or editor of 25 books, as well as numerous business case studies on leading international organizations. He is currently a director of Aramark and a member of both the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations.

Chairman – Advisory Board

Stephanie Anderson has over 25 years of experience in the technology and telecom space where she has held multiple roles in strategy, sales, marketing, and operations. Most recently, she was Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer for Ai Media Group, a Blackstone PE -backed media company. Anderson served as Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of Time Warner Cable Business Services Division, Vice President, Marketing & Advertising at Cablevision, and multiple sales and leadership roles at Avaya, Lucent and AT&T including Global Head of Services Sales and Chief of Staff and Operations. She has her own consulting company, SharedCMO and has experience with early-stage and startup companies.

A four-time ‘Most Powerful Women in Cable’ honoree, winner of multiple advertising awards including Mark and Telly awards (honoring excellence in video and television across all screens), winner of The President’s Circle award and recent President of the NYC Chapter for The CMO Club, Anderson resides in New York and has been contributing to the Solutionize, Inc. Advisory Board since 2012.

Healthcare Industry Advisors


David started his career in banking in the United Kingdom before transitioning through bancassurance into the insurance sector.

Resident in Bahrain for nearly 30 years, he subsequently grew a start-up into a market-leading, award-winning insurer spread throughout the Middle East.

For the last 14 years he has worked as a consultant, a role that includes advising many of the world’s largest medical insurance companies and brokers on strategy and M&A.

David also plays an active role in the Anglican Church and sits on the Advisory Committees for the Archbishop of Jerusalem and the Middle East and the Bishop of Cyprus and the Gulf.  He also served on the Board as an elected representative of a world-leading international school for 12 years.


Sheri Buschuk has over 40 years of experience in healthcare. As a RN, she held multiple roles ranging from care delivery to executive leadership. Before retiring from healthcare, she represented EPIC as a CNIO for an EHR Community Connect collaboration between Covenant Health and Bon Secour Health. Buschuk served as the Executive Director of CareConnect for Community Health Network; there she led the team through successful change management, EHR implementation, integration, optimization, and adoption. Along the way, Sheri held multiple nursing leadership roles helping guide and mentor nursing and the nursing process. Sheri brings a keen understanding of relationships, performance management, integration, and communication effectiveness.

Sheri has her own coaching company, Transformational Solutions. She is the co-owner of Synergistic Evolution which helps organizations realize their full potential by strengthening self, teaming, and advancing outcomes. Sheri is also a mentor for the Real Business Experience course at Butler University in Indianapolis. She resides in Fortville Indiana.


Steve has spent over twenty years in Controller and CFO roles within the software space, from start-ups to medium-sized public companies. He comes to us most recently, however, from being the CEO of a nation-leading specialty healthcare organization serving people affected by epilepsy.


Dr. Richard Fogler is Senior Assoc. Director of Case Management at Coney Island Hospital of the NYC Health + Hospital Network in the area of Appeals addressing the growing problem of Denial of Services by Insurance entities, CMS, Managed Care, etc. by guiding the structure of the responses to these agencies. Dr. Fogler was formerly associated with Brookdale Hospital Medical Center a community hospital affiliated with the SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn (Downstate Medical Center), including University Hospital and The Medical School, where he served as consultant and Clinical Associate Professor of Surgery. He served the community of Brownsville-East New York since 1968 as Practitioner, Chairman of Surgical Services, Program Director of the Surgical Residency, Chief of Surgical Oncology, Chairman of the Cancer Committee, Director of Medical Education and Sr. V. P. for Medical Affairs/CMO at Brookdale Hospital until he retired from Surgical Practice on April 1, 2014.


Brandon is Director of Consulting Services at Ascension Recovery Services. Prior to joining Ascension RS, Brandon served as the Vice President for Recovery and Advocacy Programs for Mental Health America Indiana and the Director of Indiana Addiction Issues Coalition, which advocates for recovery through public policy and education. Brandon has consulted throughout the country on both policy and recovery infrastructure. His effort around increasing access to medications for opioid use disorder has been acknowledged widely having contributed to Johns Hopkins School of Public Health’s publication on this topic and Georgetown Law O’Neill Institute’s toolkit on MOUD in corrections.

Brandon has been a consultant for SAMHSA’s Opioid Response Network, the Bureau of Justice Assistance, and is a contributor to Harvard’s Law Blog. He served as a trusted advisor to the National Judicial Opioid Task Force, on the leader’s council for Legal Services Corporation (LSC) and worked with the White House for the Office of National Drug Control Policy to create model law. Brandon graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Addictions Counseling from Indiana Weslyn University and lives in Noblesville, Indiana with his family.

In 2023, Brandon received the Sagamore of the Wabash award which is one of the highest honors in the State of Indiana given by the Governor. The title is awarded to those who have made a significant impact to Indiana life: Past recipients have included astronauts (Gus Grissom), athletes (Michael BrinegarRay LeBlanc), comedians (David Letterman), musicians (Willie Nelson), and president (George H. W. Bush).


Keith Harris, PhD has been an Asset Strategy Leader in Drug Development at AbbVie, since 2020.

Keith has spent his career progressively in research, development, and corporate strategy roles leading teams from early development to proof of concept studies.   From 2010 to 2020, Keith contributed substantially to the development of the Sanofi I&I development portfolio and has guided several early stage projects, both biologics and small molecules. 

Keith has spent his career progressively in research, development, and corporate strategy roles leading teams from early development to proof of concept studies.   From 2010 to 2020, Keith contributed substantially to the development of the Sanofi I&I development portfolio and has guided several early stage projects, both biologics and small molecules. 

BRUCE RANKIN, DO, CPI, FACOFP, Medical Director, Principal Investigator

Dr. Bruce Rankin, DO, CPI, FACOFP has been in the Medical Research industry for 25 years and has been a Certified Principal Investigator (CPI) for 20 years. He graduated in the first class at Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He has 36 years’ experience in private practice in Family Medicine with offices in Florida. He has been involved in over 500 IRB approved clinical trials as a Principal Investigator or Sub-Investigator. He has been involved with the development of hundreds of new FDA approved medications used today for medical treatments.  His recent research work includes participation with multiple COVID-19 vaccine early phase clinical trials and novel new treatments in Alzheimer and Parkinson disease. He oversees the Accel Clinical Research Unit that conducts Phase 1-4 clinical trials. He has helped train physicians as Principal Investigators. He is Past President of the Florida Society of American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians, Past Chief of Staff at Advent Hospital Deland, 1st Vice President for the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association (FOMA), Delegate to the American Osteopathic Association, and awarded FOMA’s Physician of the Year for 2022.


Wayne W. Seybold is the Director of Business Development and Government Sector of Elap Services. Before joining Elap Services Wayne was elected the 29th Mayor for the City of Marion, Indiana. He took office January 1st, 2004. He was the first person in the history of Marion to be elected to three consecutive terms. During his administration, Mayor Seybold worked diligently to re-capture quality of life in declaring “Make it Marion” by enhancing community pride providing an esthetically clean environment, a strong economic foundation, and a marketable future for the community. He made several economic development trips around North America, Europe, and Asia which resulted in two billion dollars in new investment. He was invited to China to speak on Global Economic Development, at Beijing University, Tsinghua University, and the People’s Great Hall. Mayor Seybold served as President of Indiana Association of Cities and Towns and Indiana Mayor’s Association, He served on the board of the Community and Economic Development Committee, First-Tier Suburbs, and Technology for the National League of Cities. He was also the Chairman of Metropolitan Mayor’s Association of Indiana. He has been twice the recipient of the prestigious Sagamore of the Wabash, the highest State honor that the Governor of Indiana can give to an Indiana citizen. He has been featured in Governing Magazine, Legendary Hooisers, and on Inside Indiana Business. He is named in the Howey Report as one of the top 10 most influential Mayors over the last 20 years as well as one of the top 50 most influential people in Indiana.

Prior to running for Mayor Wayne lived in Los Angeles where he owned his own Sports and Entertainment Company. Nine years later he moved the Company to his hometown of Marion, Indiana where he also owned a restaurant, and was a Real Estate Agent.

In 1988 Wayne and his sister Natalie Kim represented the United States of America in the Winter Olympics Games in Calgary, Canada in the Sport of Pairs Figure Skating. You can find many of their performances and Olympic story on You Tube.

Corporate Development Advisors


Mr. Bealmear is a 35-year veteran of the tech wars in Silicon Valley. He has been a CEO of technology companies on four separate occasions, including once of a public company, and is currently engaged as co-founder and investor in two early stage enterprise software start-ups.


Danny Turano has been in the software business for over 40 years. He has a broad background in technology related organizations, having held executive management positions for a number of well-known software companies. He has managed all aspects of an organization ranging from sales, sales support, business development, professional services, marketing, finance, administration, and engineering. He has a BS degree from Saint Peter’s College and an MBA in Marketing from Fairleigh Dickinson University.


Charles H. Warhaftig is Managing Partner SBA Global Consulting. He also served as CEO and President Children’s Progress, a startup educational software company, CEO and President of ReachCast Corporation, a leading supplier of electronic document management software, CEO and President of Marco 4 Inc., a $40 million international systems software and services organization, and President of CGI Systems, a CASE technology and services company. Charlie has a BS and MS in economics from the City University of NY.


Per-Arne (P.A.) Weiner is a Managing Director, Investment Banking at TruistSecurities, focusing on companies in the Financial Technology sector. P.A. started his investment banking career in the Mergers & Acquisition group at Alex. Brown & Sons. He remained with Alex. Brown for 16 years, through the acquisitions by Bankers Trust and Deutsche Bank. P.A. spent three years in London where he was Head of European Software investment banking for Deutsche Bank. After returning to the U.S. in 2002, he founded and co-headed the Financial Technology group at Deutsche Bank. Prior to joining Truist, he ran the Financial Technology investment banking group at RBC Capital Markets in New York.

P.A. has a B.A. from Harvard College and an MBA from the Amos Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, where he was a Tuck Scholar.

Born and raised in Sweden, P.A. has two grown children and currently lives with his wife Wallis in Mendham, NJ. Interests include wine, music, alpine skiing, tennis, soccer, golf and riding horses.