Board of Directors

Jeremy Miller

Jeremy Miller

Founder & President

Mike Cunnion

Mike Cunnion

Chief Executive Officer of Remedy Health Media

David Martirano

David Martirano

Co-Founder/General Partner of Point Judith Capital

Glen R. Bressner

Glen R. Bressner

Managing Partner of Originate Investors

Patrick Sullivan

Patrick Sullivan

Strategic Partner Development Manager at Google


Jeremy Miller

Jeremy Miller

Founder & President

Jeremy Miller is the Founder and President of FSAstore.com, the only e-commerce site exclusively focused on Flexible Spending Account (FSA) products and services. FSAstore.com's mission is to make it simple and convenient for the 35 million U.S. consumers with FSAs to use and manage their FSAs. Jeremy recognized the need for FSAstore.com after a successful career managing and growing small businesses, where his responsibilities included managing HR and the FSA account process for employees, most recently as Manager of Operations at Gehry Technologies, the technological division of Frank Gehry's architectural practice. He found the confusion and inconvenience surrounding FSAs resulted in participant frustration and ultimately the forfeiture of employee's tax-free income.

In response to this market need, FSAstore.com was launched in the spring of 2010, after winning Columbia Business School's Odyssey Global MBA Award for best entrepreneurial business idea. Initial funding came from the Columbia Business School's Lang Fund and other Angels. Since inception the company has closed 4 successful rounds of financing, amassed a customer base in excess of 200k, and has exceeded site and revenue expectations every quarter.

Jeremy graduated with a B.S. in Business Administration from U.C. Berkeley and received his MBA from Columbia Business School. He lives in NYC with his wife and two children.


Mike Cunnion

Mike Cunnion

Chief Executive Officer of Remedy Health Media

As CEO, Michael is responsive center-block for Remedy Health Media's strategic vision and growth, including overseeing its operations and establishing a culture of productivity and collaboration. Since joining the company in 2008, Michael has led the content and digital expansion of Remedy's business through a mix of organic activities and acquisitions, including the integration of the University Health Publishing business and the acquisition of HealthCommunities, Intelecare Compliance Solutions and the Health Central Network. Remedy now reaches more than 150 million health-minded consumers each year with its proprietary content at the point of care, online and on mobile devices.

Previously, Michael was President of HealthTalk, a leading online content provider for chronically ill patients and caregivers. Having authored key strategic changes to the organization's business model that achieved a growth in revenue, Michael successfully positioned and sold HealthTalk to Revolution Health in December of 2007. Following the acquisition, Michael became Revolution's Chief Revenue Officer, overseeing revenue and sales strategy until the merger of Revolution Health and Everyday Health in 2008. Prior to his roles at Revolution and HealthTalk, Michael led consumer sales strategy at WebMD Health.

Michael currently lives in Greenwich, CT, with his wife and three children.


David Martirano

David Martirano

Co-Founder/General Partner of Point Judith Capital

David has experience investing broadly in Internet, Healthcare and Software companies. He is currently involved with the Firm's investments in Antenna Software, Envista Software, Fidelis Security Systems, FSAstore.com, GetwellNetwork, MedOptions, NABsys, Spotlight Ticket Management, ParElastic, and Apptegic, and was previously involved with Taqua (acquired by Tekelec NASDAQ: TKLC) and Optasite (acquired by SBA Communications NASDAQ: SBAC).

Prior to Point Judith, David co-founded Rex Capital with Dave Mixer. While at Rex Capital, David led Rex's investments in Yandex (NASDAQ: YNDX), the number one search engine in Russia, Co-nect, which was sold to Pearson (NYSE: PSO) and SnapGear which was sold to CyberGuard (NASDAQ: CGFW)

Prior to Rex Capital, David was a member of the Healthcare Investment Banking Group at Cowen & Company. While at Cowen, David executed public offerings, private placements, and mergers and acquisitions. Prior to Cowen, David worked in equity capital markets at both Josephthal Lyon & Ross and Kidder Peabody.

David received a Masters of Business Administration from Columbia Business School and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Rhode Island. David sits on the board of Year Up Rhode Island and the advisory board of the Business School at the University of Rhode Island.


Glen R. Bressner

Glen R. Bressner

Managing Partner of Originate Investors

Glen has been a venture capitalist for just under 30 years. He is Managing Partner of Originate Ventures (based in Bethlehem, PA), an early stage-oriented venture capital firm that is primarily focused on investing in emerging companies located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. He has been a Partner with Mid-Atlantic Venture Funds since its founding in 1985 and combined MAVF's fifth fund to help establish Originate Ventures.

Notable health care investments that Glen has led include Access Health (NASDAQ: ACCS, acquired by McKesson), a leading provider of health information solutions, UltraCision (acquired by Johnson & Johnson), developer of the Harmonic Scalpel system, CareGain (acquired by Fiserv), a provider of consumer-directed health plan solutions, CareKinesis, a provider of advanced medication management solutions and ProtonMedia, a provider of immersive collaboration environments to the life sciences industry. Other investments Glen has led include International Quantum Epitaxy (LSE:IQE plc), the world's leading merchant manufacturer of compound semiconductor wafers, Innovative Solutions & Support, Inc. (NASDAQ: ISSC), a leading provider of flat panel avionics to commercial aircraft, Ravisent Technologies (NASDAQ: RVST), a leader in digital video solutions, Any Time Access(acquired by Digital Insight), a provider of on-line loan origination and processing solutions and MicroE Systems (acquired by GSI), manufacturer of the most advance position management solutions

Glen was the Chairman of the Greater Philadelphia Venture Group (now IMPACT) in 1996-1997, where he conceived and organized the GPVG Venture Institute and has been on the Investment Advisory Committee for the Ben Franklin Technology Center, Southeast Pennsylvania for over 20 ears. In addition to his Originate Ventures Board positions, Glen is Vice-Chairman of Innovative Solutions and Support, Inc. (NASDAQ: ISSC), a member of the Board of Governors of St. Christopher's Hospital for Children and a partner in and member of the Board of Directors of Alum-a-Lift, Inc., a family-owned manufacturing business servicing over 200 of the Fortune 500.

Glen holds a BSBA, cum laude, from Boston University and an MBA from Babson College.


Patrick Sullivan

Patrick Sullivan

Strategic Partner Development Manager at Google

Patrick is an innovative technology entrepreneur and investor who was CEO and Co-founder of RightsFlow, an enterprise B2B & B2C music licensing and royalty company, acquired by Google in 2011. Most recently he held the position of Strategic Partner Development Manager at Google, where he spearheaded key industry negotiations, product vision & development. He oversaw content licensing, monetization, and copyright identification initiatives at YouTube & Google Play driving direct revenue. Additionally, Patrick spearheaded Google Entrepreneurial efforts in NYC working closely with governmental, startup, venture & academic communities. He previously held executive positions with The Orchard Enterprises (Sony: SYE) eMusic, the National Music Publisher's Association (NMPA), and the Harry Fox Agency (HFA).

He holds extensive experience in building startups along with building business operations in entertainment industry. Specific experience in industry negotiations, licensing and royalty payments, digital content management and distribution. He also is a frequent lecturer at TechStars, Google IO, Google for Entrepreneurs, Cornell Tech, General Assembly, IMPACT, DreamIt, Columbia University, NYU to name a few. Separately, he is a Founder in a private angel investment company VanHam Ventures (portfolio company Blinkbuggy, RentHackr, Source3 & ROAM - Beats Headphone founders). Holds a Master's Degree in Business from New York University. Additionally he received the 2013 WhyHunger Award this spring in recognition of his philanthropic contributions to the charitable organization over the years. Patrick lives in NYC along with his wife Chastity and two small children.

 


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