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|R. Carter Pate|
Chairman of the Board
|R. Carter Pate, 61, has been a director since May 2015. Since 2014, Mr. Pate has served as an independent strategic advisor to MV Transportation, Inc., the largest privately-owned passenger transportation contracting firm based in the U.S. (“MV”). He previously served as Chief Executive Officer of MV from 2011 to 2014. From 1996 to 2011, Mr. Pate was employed by PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP (“PwC”). From 2009 to 2011, he was the Global and U.S. Managing Partner of PwC’s Capital Projects and Infrastructure practice, and from 2005 to 2009, he was the U.S. Managing Partner of Government Services. From 2004 to 2005, Mr. Pate was PwC’s Managing Partner of U.S. Markets, and from 2000 to 2004, Mr. Pate was PwC’s Managing Partner of Advisory Services. He served as PwC’s US Leader Restructuring Services from 1998 to 2000, and as a Restructuring Partner from 1996 to 1998. Mr. Pate previously founded his own management consulting firm, served as a director and Interim President and Chief Executive Officer of Sun Television and Appliances, Inc., a television and radio retailer, as a director and Chief Executive Officer of Sun Coast Industries, Inc., and as Director of Finance at William Hudson Chemical Trading. We believe Mr. Pate’s business and financial background, as well as his experience as a senior executive and manager, are relevant to his service on the Board.|
|Michael G. Bronfein|
|Michael G. Bronfein, 60, has been a director since April 2016. Since 2014, Mr. Bronfein has served as an independent consultant to and investor in development stage companies within the healthcare industry. Throughout his career, Mr. Bronfein has founded or co-founded and grown a number of companies, with a focus on healthcare services, technologies, software and distribution. From 2010 to 2013, Mr. Bronfein served as Chairman and CEO of Remedi SeniorCare, which grew from a start up to the fifth-largest long term care pharmacy in the United States. Prior to joining Remedi, from 1999 to 2012, Mr. Bronfein was senior managing director of Sterling Partners, a private equity fund with a focus on education, healthcare services and technologies, and business services. Mr. Bronfein led Sterling’s healthcare investing and served as a director of several Sterling portfolio companies, including two companies that eventually completed initial public offerings. From 1991 to 1999, Mr. Bronfein was co-founder, Chairman and CEO of NeighborCare, which grew to the second-largest long term and managed care pharmacy in the United States. We believe Mr. Bronfein’s healthcare industry experience, combined with his finance and business operations background, are relevant to his service on the Board.|
|David W. Golding |
|David W. Golding, 54, has been a director since May 2015. Since 2011, Mr. Golding has served as an independent consultant to national managed care organizations, specialty pharmacy providers, pharmacy benefit management businesses and other healthcare companies. Mr. Golding currently serves as a director of VirMedica, Inc., a healthcare technology solutions company; Dunn Meadow Pharmacy, a specialized pain management pharmacy; and Global Healthcare Integrators, an international medication therapy management provider. Mr. Golding also served as a director of Salveo Specialty Pharmacy, Inc., an independent specialty pharmacy company, from 2013 to 2015. From 1987 to 2011, Mr. Golding worked at CVS Caremark, beginning his service in various capacities in the home infusion segment and culminating as Executive Vice President of Specialty Pharmacy within the pharmacy benefit management and mail service pharmacy division of CVS Health Corporation. Mr. Golding received his bachelor’s degree in pharmacy from the University of Illinois in 1984 and began his career as a Pharmacist at Cook County Hospital and a Clinical Pharmacist at St Anthony’s Memorial Hospital. We believe Mr. Golding’s clinical training, healthcare industry experience within the home infusion and specialty pharmacy, hospital and retail sectors, and executive pharmacy business skills are relevant to his service on the Board.|
Dan Greenleaf has over two decades of relevant experience in senior leadership positions in the healthcare industry. He is currently serving as President and CEO of BioScrip, Inc., a leading national provider of infusion and home care management solutions. Dan also is a member of BioScrip’s Board of Directors.
Dan served as Chairman and CEO of Home Solutions, a leading provider of home infusion services to patients suffering from chronic and acute medical conditions, from December of 2013 to September of 2016, when Home Solutions was acquired by BioScrip.
Previously he served as President and CEO of Coram Specialty Infusion Services, as well as Chief Operating Officer for Apria Healthcare Group Inc. He joined Apria/Coram in April of 2008 and led Coram to become the industry leader in home infusion and one of the top-performing healthcare companies in the U.S. Under his leadership Coram grew its revenue organically from $600mm to $1.2B (12.5% CAGR); its earnings improved from 4.7% to 13.3% (an increase of more than 250%) and the valuation of the company increased from $350mm to $2.1B.
Prior to joining Apria/Coram, Dan served as President and Chief Executive Officer for VioQuest Pharmaceuticals, a publicly traded biopharmaceutical company. Additionally, Dan was the President of U.S. Operations for Celltech Biopharmaceuticals, prior to its sale to UCB in 2004 for $2.7 billion. Dan also held senior leadership roles with Nabi Pharmaceuticals and Schering-Plough Corporation.
Dan serves on the University of Miami's Health Sector Management and Policy Board, Denison University's Board of Advisors, Rotech Healthcare’s Board, Gryphon Investor's Executive Advisory Board (GEAB) and is a past board member for the National Home Infusion Association (NHIA). He has also been a member of the international group, Young President's Organization (YPO), since 2004. He has also been a guest lecturer on leadership at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and University of Miami School of Business Administration.
A graduate of Denison University with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Economics, Dan also holds a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) in Health Administration from the University of Miami. A military veteran, Dan was a captain and navigator in the United States Air Force and served in Operation Desert Storm.
|Michael Goldstein, 74, has been a director since May 2015. Mr. Goldstein currently serves as a director and Chairman of the Audit Committees of Pacific Sunwear of California, Inc., a publicly traded retail clothing company, and Teladoc, Inc., a publicly traded provider of telehealth services. Since 2011, Mr. Goldstein has served as a global senior advisor of Jefferies & Company, Inc., an investment banking firm. From 2002 to 2012, he served as a director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of 4Kids Entertainment, Inc., an entertainment merchandise licensing company. From 2005 to 2012, Mr. Goldstein served as a director, Chairman of the Nominating and Governance Committee and as a member of the Audit Committee and the Mergers and Acquisitions Committee of Medco Health Solutions, Inc., a pharmacy benefits management company. Mr. Goldstein previously held senior management positions in the retail industry, serving as Chief Executive Officer of Toys “R” Us, Inc., a toy retailer (“TOYS”), from 1994 to 1998, and then as TOYS’ Acting Chief Executive Officer from 1999 to 2000. He also served as the Chief Financial Officer of TOYS and as Senior Executive Vice President of Operations and Finance of Lerner Stores Corporation, a chain department store retailer. Mr. Goldstein began his career as an accountant at Ernst & Young, where he served as an audit partner for six years. We believe that Mr. Goldstein’s extensive finance and business operations background, as well as his prior experience serving on the boards of directors of public companies, are relevant to his service on the Board.|
|Tricia Nguyen, 43, has been a director since January 2014. Dr. Nguyen has been the Executive Vice President of Texas Health Resources, a nonprofit hospital system, since October 2013. From August 2011 to September 2013, Dr. Nguyen was Chief Medical Officer of Banner Health Network, an accountable care organization with more than 2,500 physicians. From April 2011 to August 2011, she was a consultant for Swope Health Services, a system of federally qualified clinics in Kansas providing primary health care, dental and behavioral health services. From April 2010 to April 2011, Dr. Nguyen was Chief Medical Officer of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City, a non-profit health insurance company. From April 2008 to April 2010, Dr. Nguyen was the Senior Medical Director of Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida, a non-profit health insurance company. From August 2005 to April 2008, Dr. Nguyen was Vice President and Market Medical Officer of Humana, Inc., a managed health care company that markets and administers health insurance. Dr. Nguyen is President of Texas Health Population Health, Education, Research and Innovation Center, which focuses on sharing best practices, disseminating information about innovative approaches, leading physician-directed population health initiatives and coordinating community-based well-being collaboration. We believe her experience in the healthcare industry and managerial background, particularly her past managerial experience with health insurance companies, together with her medical experience, are particularly relevant to Dr. Nguyen’s service on the Board.|
|Christopher S. Shackelton|
|Christopher S. Shackelton, 36, has been a director since March 2015, when he was appointed pursuant to the Purchase Agreement that the Company entered into with the Coliseum Investors. Mr. Shackelton is a co-founder at Coliseum and has served as its Managing Partner since 2005. Since 2012, he has served as a director of Providence Service Corporation, a publicly traded healthcare and social services company, and he currently serves as Chairman of its board of directors. He has also served as a director and on the Audit Committee and Corporate Development Committee of LHC Group Inc., a publicly traded post-acute care healthcare services company, since 2012, and as a director of Advanced Emissions Solutions, Inc., a publicly traded provider of clean coal technology, since 2014. Mr. Shackelton previously served on the board of directors of Rural/Metro Corp. from 2008 to 2011 and Interstate Hotels & Resorts, Inc. from 2009 to 2010. He currently serves as a Trustee for New Haven Community Outreach and Connecticut Open at Yale. Earlier in his career, Mr. Shackelton served as an analyst for Morgan Stanley & Co. and Watershed Asset Management LLC. We believe Mr. Shackelton’s experience serving as a director for public companies and his financial and investment background are particularly relevant for his service on the Board.|
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