Al was Special Teams coach for Boston College during their 1993 Hall of Fame Bowl championship run. Mr. Paquette also coached the Eagles in the 1994 Carquest Bowl, 1994 Aloha Bowl, and worked under Jack Bicknell, Tom Coughlin, and Dan Henning.
In achieving these major accomplishments, Al has understood the importance of well-being, health, fitness and connection with others. Mr. Paquette has coached youth football throughout New England, and is the proud father of four wonderful children. An avid fly fisherman, Al loves to teach children and adults and can be seen off the coast of Cape Cod. He also volunteers Fly Fishing lessons for willing EXOCHAIN employees..
While serving as Chief Architect at Mirror Image, Paul was instrumental in growing the company’s value from $3 million to $11 billion during his tenure. While at Cartera Commerce, he led the team that designed the fraud detection framework for digital rewards transactions for the world’s top airlines and banks.
Mr. Christen is the author of several patents in content delivery and bi-directional caching systems and methods to help relieve congestion in overburdened consumer networks.
Skip relocated to Maine from West Palm Beach, FL to join founder and CEO, Bob Stewart after seeing the benefits of EXOCHAIN’s identity adjudication platform.
Skip, his beautiful wife Carrina, and two rescue dogs, Otis (Doberman/Lab mix) and Mila (Staffordshire Bull Terrier) are excited to enjoy southern Maine’s coast and all it has to offer.
Throughout his career Mr. McCurley has been responsible for the technical leadership of cutting edge, large-scale projects in diverse problem spaces. His team created the first full-duplex Internet telephony consumer product. During the initial e-commerce boom of the late 90’s and early 2000’s he was the Chief Architect for several large enterprise projects to establish and improve Internet presence with advanced personalization built on top of highly scalable, service-oriented systems. The partial roster of these companies includes: Home Depot, Motorola Solutions, Sears, and Circuit City. Additionally, due to his track record of delivering scalable secure systems, Mac was the Chief Architect of the Air Force Portal during the Iraq War and later responsible for developing a threat information system for the National Security Agency.
Later Mac focused on the emerging cloud space and worked for Amazon as the lead architect responsible for moving multiple proprietary data center systems into the cloud, increasing information security, and evolving their monolithic solutions into a discrete services architecture. Prior to joining EXOCHAIN, Mac served as lead technical architect for the Platform Services Group at Cox Automotive/Autotrader where he provided leadership in evolving their services architecture and migrating to multi-region cloud topologies.
Mr. Marcantano’s track record of success includes bringing strategic efficiency, growth, and transformation to complex health systems, physician practices, biomedical research enterprises, and healthcare provider training at Harvard University, Brown University and Albany Medical College. The missions and objectives of EXOCHAIN provide the perfect platform to advance these pursuits with the latest research protocols and ultimately precision medicine.
Mark received a Bachelor of Science in Finance and International Business from the Stern School of Business at New York University and a Juris Doctor degree from Albany Law School of Union University. He has previously served on the Strategic Planning Committee of America’s Essential Hospitals and the Board of Directors of the Greater Providence Chamber of Commerce and currently serves as a Board member of Meeting Street in Providence, RI which provides renowned educational opportunities for children with disabilities in an inclusion model.
When Mark is not working, he enjoys spending as much time as possible with his lovely wife Debbie, his three sons, and his dog Buddy, preferably on a beach somewhere.
In 2009, Dan was serving as one the BN PAs for 2/19th SFG(A) in Afghanistan. Mr. Winschel would later end up supporting 3rd SFG(A). While at Firebase Thomas Dan met future EXOCHAIN Board Member, Mr. Geoff Dardia. Geoff would later introduce Mr. Winschel to Mr. Stewart in December 2016.
In the summer of 2017, Konrad worked at the Corporation for National Research Initiatives, where he was put in charge of performance testing next-generation internet protocols under Bob Khan, the co-inventor of the IP and TCP protocols, and originator of DARPA’s internet program.
When not heads down coding, Konrad plays upright bass in a southern rock band, practices yoga regularly, and lends his time to several film projects as a writer and director of photography.
Karl previously served as the Executive Director of the Bell Labs Network Reliability & Security Office of Alcatel-Lucent and is a Bell Labs Fellow, cited for the first achievement of “6 9’s” for a public network system (i.e. 99.9999% uptime), and for being instrumental in shaping the post-September 11, 2001 U.S. strategy for communications infrastructure protection. Karl has served as an advisor for senior government and industry leaders on five continents, including as vice chair of the U.S. President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee (NSTAC) and as leader of the European Commission-sponsored study on the Availability and Robustness of Electronic Communications Infrastructures (ARECI).
Mr. Rauscher is an inventor with over 50 patents/pending that span the fields of artificial intelligence, advanced software testing, critical infrastructure protection, emergency communications, energy and water conservation, audio performance optimization, telemedicine, cyber conflict policy, battlefield safety and resilient design. He has personally discovered over 1,000 software bugs in live networks, and facilitated the development of over 700 industry-consensus expert best practices in the U.S., China and Europe.
Karl is the founder and president of the non-profit Wireless Emergency Response Team (WERT), which led search and rescue efforts using advanced wireless technology in the disaster sites of September 11, 2001 and the 2005 Hurricane Katrina New Orleans flood. He serves as the chair-emeritus of the IEEE Communications Quality & Reliability (CQR) advisory board and serves on the strategic advisory board of Liquid Robotics.
Through his own struggles and self-discovery, Geoffrey found answers to his health concerns from the best medical providers in the United States. The answers came from examining root causes of illnesses associated with three factors: lifestyle, environment, and genetic makeup. This framework of medicine is known as Functional Medicine.
The SOF Health Initiatives Program within Task Force Dagger is a Mind, Body, Spirit, and Purpose driven program focused on finding the root causes and treating them with Functional Medicine. The SOF Health Initiatives Program offers a full-systems, patient-centric approach to medicine and creates an environment conducive to healing and recovery. The SOF Health Initiatives Program also offers a platform to educate and empower health care providers, service members, and their families on how to repair and maintain themselves.
Geoffrey Dardia served 9 years on a Special Force ODA as a Senior Weapons Sergeant (18B) Special Forces Intelligence Sergeant (18F), Static Line Jumpmaster, and Dive Supervisor. SFC Dardia also served 2 years as a Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat (SFAUC) Instructor, 18 months as a Maritime Operations (MAROPS) Instructor and 12 months as a Recovery Care Coordinator (RCC) for USSOCOM.
Tours of duty include 4 Combat deployments to Afghanistan (27 months) and 2 Overseas Deployments to Jordan and Chad.
Military Awards and Decorations Include: Three Bronze Stars, Four Army Commendation Medals, one with Valor, Three Army Achievement Medals, One Valorous Unit Award, Two meritorious Unit Citations
"The Brotherhood doesn't end after injury, illness, ETS or retirement." - Geoffrey P Dardia
Under his leadership, the OHRP pursued a systems approach to protection of human research subjects; catalyzed the development of private, voluntary accreditation of human research protection programs; streamlined and simplified the federal assurance process; expanded education and outreach programs; and implemented a new quality improvement program to help entities engaged in human research evaluate and strengthen their human subjects protection programs.
Dr. Koski served as a Member of Advisory Board of Genomic Healthcare Strategies, LLC. He has been a Director of SAFE Biopharma Association since 2013. He served as a Trustee of the Association of Clinical Research Professionals and as President and member of the Board of Trustees of the Academy of Pharmaceutical Physicians and Investigators. Dr. Koski served as Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Strategic Initiative for Developing Capacity for Ethical Review (SIDCER), an international effort sponsored by the World Health Organization, the European Forum for Good Clinical Practice and the US Department of Health and Human Services. In 2003, He is as an Associate Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital at Harvard Medical School. He has MD, PhD and AB degrees from Harvard University. His work has been recognized with numerous honors and awards , including his recent Lifetime Achievement Award from Partnerships in Clinical Trials, and was named among the PharmaVoice 100 Most Influential people in the health sciences in 2017.
Mr. Pacino is the President and Co-Founder BlueCloud Networks. BlueClouds are preferred destinations for healthcare and clinical research professionals, employers and industry stakeholder organizations. Nominated as one of the top innovations in the industry, BlueCloud® is the first independent (real-time / single sign-on) global Professional Network. BlueCloud is a global collaborative network connecting healthcare professionals and organizations in a secure, private system, comprised of various networks which include education, standards, technology, healthcare professionals, research sites, healthcare sites, schools and patients. These networks are available in 162 countries and used by over 1.3 million healthcare professionals from Sponsors, CROs, research sites, hospitals, universities, and thousands of healthcare and clinical research stakeholders. Saving the industry millions of dollars by eliminating redundancies, expediting study start up in clinical research as well as ensuring quality, transparency and compliance for payers and regulatory agencies.
Al previously coined the phrase “TrialDrift”, to describe the issues, causes, consequences and solutions associated with this extended clinical research phenomenon. He has extensive experience with standardization, collaborative networks creation and is working alongside industry leaders to eliminate redundancies and minimized costs within healthcare and clinical research.