Kevin Hutchinson Founder, CEO and Chairman
Kevin Hutchinson is founder and CEO of MyTaskit, provider of the easiest to use and most complete task sharing platform on the planet.
Before founding MyTaskit, Kevin helped revolutionize how information is shared within the health care industry. From 2008 to 2011, until the acquisition by Navinet, Kevin served as CEO of Prematics, a leading provider of mobile technology improving care coordination for patients and physicians.
Prior to Prematics, Kevin served as founding president and CEO of Surescripts, a national shared platform enabling healthcare professionals to transact business, share and access clinical information to support patient care and collaboration. Under his leadership, the Surescripts network grew to the largest care coordination network in the country; today more than 900,000 healthcare providers, 95% of the nation’s pharmacies, 270 million patients use Surescripts’ services, processing over 7 billion healthcare transactions, including 1 billion electronic prescriptions, real-time eligibility checks and nationwide access to patient medication history information.
Kevin’s recognized expertise and leadership in shared platforms and information technology led to his 2005 selection to serve at the request of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Michael Leavitt as a commissioner and technology industry advisor to the Secretary. In 2009, he was also appointed by President Obama’s national coordinator for health IT, David Blumenthal, to serve on the newly established federal Health Information Technology Standards Committee advising the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) on the development and use of health information interoperability standards.
Kevin has served as an advisor and board member of numerous technology and non-profit companies including Surescripts, Prematics, dbMotion, Patient Ping, Dell Computer (Life Sciences), TransforMed, and the University of Oklahoma.
Kevin is a graduate of the University Of Oklahoma majoring in Business Administration and Management Information Systems.
George Conrades Director
George Conrades was named chairman and chief executive officer of Akamai in April 1999, bringing a broad range of business experience in the computing, Internet, telecommunications, and media industries. Mr. Conrades became Executive Chairman of Akamai in April 2005 and became Chairman in July 2010.
Before joining Akamai, Mr. Conrades was executive vice president and president of GTE Internetworking following the firm’s acquisition of BBN Corporation in 1997. At GTE, he was responsible for creating GTE Internetworking and leading GTE’s rapid growth in the data and Internet business, including integrated telecommunications services.
From 1994 until GTE’s acquisition of BBN, Mr. Conrades served as CEO of BBN, which became one of the industry’s top-tier ISPs. BBN helped build the ARPANET, the forerunner to today’s modern Internet.
Prior to BBN, Mr. Conrades was an IBM senior vice president and member of IBM’s Corporate Management Board. There, he was responsible for several of its key businesses including IBM United States, IBM Asia/Pacific and two manufacturing and development groups.
In addition to Akamai, Mr. Conrades serves on the Board of Directors of Oracle, Harley-Davidson, and Ironwood Pharmaceuticals. He also serves as venture partner emeritus at Polaris Venture Partners, and is Managing Partner of Longfellow Venture Partners, an early stage investment company. Mr. Conrades also is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Mr. Conrades is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University with majors in physics and mathematics. He holds an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.
Cam Collins SVP, General Manager Southeast
Cam Collins is SVP, General Manager Southeast of MyTaskit and is responsible for leading the company’s business development and customer relationship initiatives in the Southeast. Cam was formerly President and CEO of Exuma Technologies, makers of DockMaster, and joined the team upon MyTaskit’s acquisition of the DockMaster suite of productivity products.
At Exuma, Cam guided the vision of DockMaster from January 2003 through October 2013, including the migration to a cloud-based platform and extending key business functions to mobile applications.
Cam has more than two decades of sales, marketing and operational experience in the marine and software industries, and understands the workflow needs of marine businesses to drive better customer service, loyalty, and revenue. Cam is recognized in the industry as an expert in mobile and social media platforms. In addition, Cam is the co-founder of HeroLaunch, a philanthropic organization that helps charities create memorable events focusing on key causes such as water quality, marine life ecosystems and hunger organizations.
Prior to the formation of Exuma, Cam was a founder at Lexington Software Associates (LSA), a venture-backed consulting services company focused on software and web content management. LSA was acquired by Interwoven which is now part of Hewlett-Packard’s Autonomy division.
Cam received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida in electrical engineering with a concentration in computer science.
Bob Beckley Senior Vice President of Operations
Bob Beckley handles Operations for MyTaskit, with responsibility for key areas including support, product management, engineering and training
Prior to his role with MyTaskit, Bob served as a senior executive in several leading healthcare informatics organizations, working in management, relationship building, sales, marketing, product strategy and healthcare standard capacities. Most recently, he served as vice president of channel development for MDM Group in St. Louis. Previous stints include senior vice president with Surescripts; vice president of pharmacy and provider programs for Quintiles; and senior vice president for external affairs with PDX, Inc.
Bob earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, with a major in business education.
William Lee CFO
Will is responsible for finance and strategy at MyTaskit, including financial planning, accounting, tax and regulatory, and treasury. He has over 20 years of experience in a wide variety of leadership roles at software companies including as CFO at MicroEdge, SVP Finance at IntraLinks, and Executive Director at a McKesson software company. Earlier in his career, Will worked as an equity research analyst.
As CFO of MicroEdge, Will was the first CFO of newly independent MicroEdge after it was purchased by a Private Equity company from a public parent company. In this role he helped run a wide variety of initiatives to establish the standalone business, revive growth, and increase profitability. Before taking this role, Will was the SVP Finance at IntraLinks where he helped the company grow at 50% per year over a 4-year stretch, achieving almost $150 million in revenue and executing a LBO of the company before, a few years later, it successfully had its initial public offering.
Will earned a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the State University of New York at Oswego and an MBA degree from Cornell University’s Johnson Graduate School of Management. Will is also a CFA Charterholder. Will spent his Junior-year of college at the Universität Würzburg in Germany.
Jim Bronstien is a 28-year marine industry veteran and owner of Marine Business Advisors, a consulting firm that assists marine-oriented businesses with organizational, operational, and business development issues. Jim is well respected and widely known in the marine industry. For 21 years, he owned and operated Rybovich, prior to selling the company in 2005.
Over the past eight years, Jim has partnered with numerous marine businesses in either an executive advisory or partnership role including an impressive roster of clients. Executive advisory clients in addition to MyTaskit include Broward Yachts, National Liquidators, Marina Pez Vela, Bellport, Boat Clubs America, and many others. Active partnerships include Saunders Yacht Works in Gulf Shores, Alabama, where Jim is a shareholder and board chairman. He is also a partner with US Marinas, a Brazilian-based marine group that owns marinas in the Miami area, as well as owner of Tres Ninas, the first and only boat rental business in Costa Rica.
Jim has degrees in finance and marketing. He is a frequent speaker at numerous marine industry conferences including IBEX, IMBC and others, and serves as the lead instructor in ABBRA’s Marine Service Manager’s Training program where he heads the annual AMI Marina Study tours.
Michael L. Russo CTO
Michael L. Russo has over 20 years’ experience building innovative software products and teams, driving strategic business initiatives and developing go-to-market strategies. He has worked with companies at all stages of development, including venture backed start-ups, turnarounds and public companies.
Michael is a Senior Director with Oracle Hospitality where is he responsible for guiding, communicating and driving execution of the hospitality product line technical vision with focus in mobility and cloud innovations. Prior to the recent acquisition by Oracle, Michael served as chief technology officer to MICROS Systems, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise applications for the hospitality and retail industries.
Prior to joining MICROS Systems, Michael was senior vice president of technology and deployment at Prematics, Inc., a provider of SaaS-based mobile health IT solutions for doctors. Michael was brought in to Prematics to accelerate technology development and lead operations and deployment teams for an ePrescribing and care communication system used by physicians at the point of care.
Earlier in his career, Michael was chief technology officer and vice president at Artromick Intl., where he was responsible for product visioning and development of a SaaS-based mobile commercial software product. Prior to Artromick, Michael was vice president of development at NeighborCare, Inc., a long-term care pharmacy services company.
Michael has a degree in Chemical Engineering from California State University in Long Beach, Calif.