Management Team

Seth M. Shaw, CEO / Chairman

Mr. Shaw has extensive experience building companies and securing financing from a broad range of both domestic and international institutional investors. Over the past seven years, he has been instrumental in securing more than $60 million in capital, in aggregate, for several small-cap and micro-cap companies. Mr. Shaw started his career at American International Group (AIG) Global Investment Group, after which he gained further experience working at a prestigious Manhattan based hedge fund. In 2005, he founded Novastar Resources Ltd, a natural resources exploration company focused on the exploration and acquisition of mineral properties containing the element thorium. During this period, Mr. Shaw secured more than $17 million in financing from top tier institutional investors and helped complete the merger between Novastar Resources and Thorium Power, holding the position of Director of Strategic Planning until mid-2007. Subsequently, the company changed its name to Lightbridge Inc. and currently trades on the NASDAQ (LTBR). Following the merger, Mr. Shaw has assisted several other companies in securing value added capital from institutional investors as well as providing management consulting services. Among those, Mr. Shaw was instrumental in securing $12,000,000 for NASDAQ listed flat panel display developer Uni-Pixel Inc. (UNXL). In addition Mr. Shaw served as the founding CFO of Los Angeles based Biotech firm Physician Therapeutics LLC (“PTL”) in 2004. Subsequently PTL merged with Targeted Medical Pharma (“TMP”), which announced plans for a $118 million NASDAQ IPO in February of 2011. Mr. Shaw graduated from Cornell University in 2001, with a degree in Policy Analysis Management and a concentration in Econometrics. Mr. Shaw currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Dutchess County (New York) and has been active in numerous charities and not for profits, including: The Robinhood Foundation (2007-2009), The Cypress Fund for World Peace and Security (2006-2010), and Save A Child’s Heart (“SACH”).

Board Of Directors

Seth M. Shaw, CEO / Chairman

Mr. Shaw has extensive experience building companies and securing financing from a broad range of both domestic and international institutional investors. Over the past seven years, he has been instrumental in securing more than $60 million in capital, in aggregate, for several small-cap and micro-cap companies. Mr. Shaw started his career at American International Group (AIG) Global Investment Group, after which he gained further experience working at a prestigious Manhattan based hedge fund. In 2005, he founded Novastar Resources Ltd, a natural resources exploration company focused on the exploration and acquisition of mineral properties containing the element thorium. During this period, Mr. Shaw secured more than $17 million in financing from top tier institutional investors and helped complete the merger between Novastar Resources and Thorium Power, holding the position of Director of Strategic Planning until mid-2007. Subsequently, the company changed its name to Lightbridge Inc. and currently trades on the NASDAQ (LTBR). Following the merger, Mr. Shaw has assisted several other companies in securing value added capital from institutional investors as well as providing management consulting services. Among those, Mr. Shaw was instrumental in securing $12,000,000 for NASDAQ listed flat panel display developer Uni-Pixel Inc. (UNXL). In addition Mr. Shaw served as the founding CFO of Los Angeles based Biotech firm Physician Therapeutics LLC (“PTL”) in 2004. Subsequently PTL merged with Targeted Medical Pharma (“TMP”), which announced plans for a $118 million NASDAQ IPO in February of 2011. Mr. Shaw graduated from Cornell University in 2001, with a degree in Policy Analysis Management and a concentration in Econometrics. Mr. Shaw currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Community Center (JCC) of Dutchess County (New York) and has been active in numerous charities and not for profits, including: The Robinhood Foundation (2007-2009), The Cypress Fund for World Peace and Security (2006-2010), and Save A Child’s Heart (“SACH”).

Thomas Graham

Director of Operations for Sears and Roebuck a national retailer with stores nation wide. Over see direct operations for all departments their managers and associates. Accountable for all sales, labor and operation standards as set by Sears Corporate. Results oriented Marketing and Sales Director for a major Michigan retail supermarket with sales in excess of $100,000,000.00 annually. Over see all print and visual advertising including newspaper, radio and television. Work with local and national vendors to promote and increase sales and customer flow. Store Manager with successful experience managing multiple unit organizations.

Analyzed market conditions, buying trends and competitor challenges to gain market share. Recruited, trained and developed employees and built self sustaining teams to ensure customer satisfaction. Exceed yearly sales and profit goals for the continued success of each unit under my supervision.

Specialties: P&L / Inventory & Cost Control / Performance Management / Store Design / Labor Management / Recruiting / Retention / Procurement / Customer Satisfaction / Training & Development / Sales Management / Turn around of struggling units.

Dr. David L. Wolitzky

Dr. Wolitzky received his BA from The City College of New York (1957) and his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Rochester (1961). He is also a graduate of the New York Psychoanalytic Institute (1972). Since 1974 Dr. Wolitzky has been a tenured faculty member in the Department of Psychology, New York University. His many years there of teaching, research, supervisory, and administrative experience included serving as the Director of the Clinical Psychology Ph.D. Program, the N.Y.U Psychology Clinic, and as a Co-Director of the N.Y.U. Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis and as a supervisor of candidates in training. His other professional activities include publication of numerous articles and book chapters, edited books, forensic evaluation in child custody cases, psychological assessments of individuals being considered for high-level executive positions in industry, extensive experience as a book editor, and the practice of psychotherapy. He also has served on the New State Board of Psychology, Office of Professional Discipline.

Hingge Hsu, M.D., M.B.A

Hingge joined Fidelity Biosciences as a Venture Partner in April 2009. Most recently he was a Managing Director at Lehman Brothers in their Private Equity Group, responsible for their principal investment activities in the private and public sectors of the healthcare industry. Prior to that, he was a Partner at Schroder Ventures Life Sciences from 1998 to 2001 and directed their US investment activities in the life sciences and therapeutics sectors. Hingge was also a Principal at Robertson Stephens in the Healthcare Investment Banking Group and worked at Chiron Corporation and Gensia, Inc in the areas of business development and strategic planning. Hingge received an MD degree from Yale University School of Medicine and was trained in internal medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. He also received an MBA degree from Harvard Business School.

Advisory Board

Mr. Woodrow H. Levin

Woodrow H. Levin, was the founder and CEO of BringIt which was acquired by International Game Technology (NYSE:IGT) in the year 2012. An energetic and charismatic leader, he makes strategic decisions for the company while guiding day-to-day operations, working with investors, and developing strategic and lasting partnerships that benefit BringIt. Prior to founding BringIt, Woodrow was Managing Partner at Riverbank Capital Management, a successful equity options trading firm he started, and helped to grow with offices in New York and Chicago.

In 2001 he founded InStadium, an advertising company that partnered with NFL and MLB stadiums to provide digital advertising, product sampling, stadium signage, and innovative restroom advertising. Woodrow was President of InStadium for five years, during which he established the company’s mission of expanding in-venue advertising and promotional opportunities for large to mid-sized companies through cost-efficient and high impact programs. His efforts ultimately resulted in securing partnerships with 25 MLB and 15 NFL stadiums throughout the top 20 advertising markets in the US.

His competitive fire was firmly established by his school career as a competitive athlete. He played NCAA Division I hockey at Wisconsin, an experience that taught him that discipline and hard work can transform a burning desire for success into tangible results. Woodrow attended Chicago-Kent School of Law and is admitted to practice in IL. He holds a BA in Business from the University of Wisconsin in Madison.

Woodrow resides in San Francisco and was previously living in Chicago where he is involved with multiple community and charitable organizations including the Jewish United Fund, Lynn Sage Breast Cancer Foundation and most recently was on the executive committee of The Chicago Green Tie Ball.

Mr. Frank P. Orlowski

Mr. Frank P. Orlowski serves as Senior Director Finance, emerging markets and transition manufacturing sites at a Global Pharmaceutical Company (“the Pharma Company”). Mr. Orlowski is responsible for managing all aspects of Emerging Markets Manufacturing Supply Finance. In this global role he develops operational strategies for internal and external pharmaceutical supply chain and sourcing throughout Asia, Africa/Middle East and South America. As a global leader he is highly effective working in a multi-cultural, global organization partnering with senior government officials and business leaders, both inside and outside the Pharma Company and the pharmaceutical industry. He manages a large team across the globe and is responsible for a yearly operating budget of over $900 million. The specific countries which he supports from a manufacturing and business development standpoint include Argentina, Brazil, China (all provinces), Egypt, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Morocco, Russia, Singapore, Turkey, Tunisia, Thailand and Venezuela. He has over 20 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry in positions of increased responsibility in strategy, finance and operations. Prior to his work in the pharmaceutical industry, he worked at Accenture on various successful strategic consulting engagements in manufacturing. He was responsible for the global integration of several major acquisitions. He was Project Lead for the global rollout of several widely used information systems. He sits on the leadership team of several innovating manufacturing and drug development teams within the Pharma Company alongside senior Company scientists. He sits on the leadership team of several innovating manufacturing and drug development teams within the Pharma Company alongside senior Company scientists. This includes evaluating external business development and licensing opportunities. In 2015, Mr. Orlowski was appointed to the Board of the American Cancer Society and serves on the Executive Board of the National Corporate Theatre Forward. He completed two New York City Marathons and over 20 half marathons. Mr. Orlowski earned a BS in accounting from Providence College and an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business.

General Ronald R. Fogleman

General Ronald R. Fogleman (“General Fogleman”) is a highly decorated combat veteran who retired from the United States Air Force (“U.S. Air Force” or “USAF”) after 34 years active commissioned service. On his final tour of duty he served as the 15th Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force and a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff (“JCS”) during the administration of President Clinton. Prior to that assignment he was Commander in Chief of the United States Transportation Command (“CINCTRANS”). As Chief of Staff, he served as the senior uniformed officer responsible for the organization, training and equipage of 750,000 active duty, Guard, Reserve and civilian forces serving in the United States and Overseas. As a member of the JCS, he served as a military advisor to the Secretary of Defense, the National Security Council and the President. Since retiring from the U.S. Air Force, General Fogleman has served on the Defense Policy Board, The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (“NASA”) Advisory Council, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory Advisory Board, chaired an Air Force Laboratory study on directed energy weapons, chaired a National Resource Committee on Aeronautics Research and Technology for Vision 2050: An integrated Transportation System, served on the NASA Mars Program Independent Assessment Team, the congressionally directed Commission to Assess United States National Security Space Management and Organization, the NASA Shuttle Return to Flight Task Group and the Independent Assessment Panel to examine the Management and Organization of National Security Space Assets.

General Fogleman has served on and chaired several public and private company boards. He is currently the Chairman of the Board of Alliant Techsystems Inc. (NYSE: ATK), the Lead Director on the Board of Directors for AAR Corp. (NYSE: AIR), and serves on the boards of AGC Composites and Aerostructures, First National Bank of Durango, MITRE Corporation, Tactical Air Support, Inc. and Thayles-Raytheon Systems. he has served as the chair of Audit and Governance Committees throughout his career in the public and private sectors.

He devotes considerable time to national security, governance of public companies and community affairs. He is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors, Council on Foreign Relations, Falcon Foundation, Airlift Tanker Association, Fort Lewis College Foundation, and the Air Force Association. He lectures on leadership, international affairs and military issues and has published numerous articles on air and space operations.

Robert Millman

Robert Millman began working with the prestigious biotechnology fund MPM Capital in 2007. Since joining MPM, he has helped form and served as the start-up IP Counsel of several MPM portfolio companies, including Epizyme, iPieran, and Verastem. Most recently, Mr. Millman founded, and led as start-up President, CoStim Pharmaceuticals, one of MPM’s newest investments focusing on the immunotherapy of cancer. Mr. Millman has also served as an IP counsel for several important portfolio companies during funding, development or transactions, including Peplin, Syndax, and Valeritas. Prior to joining MPM Capital, Mr. Millman was the Chief IP Counsel for Alnylam Pharmaceuticals Inc., the Chief IP Counsel at Infinity Pharmaceuticals, Inc., the Chief IP Counsel at Celera Genomics, and a Patent Counsel at Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Millman was an Associate at Morrison and Foerster LLP and a patent agent/specialist at Sterne, Kessler Goldstein and Fox, LLP. Mr. Millman received his J.D. degree from the Washington College of Law at The American University, an M.S. degree in Genetics from Washington State University and a B.S. degree in Biochemistry from the University of California, Riverside.

Bruno Vanderschelden

Mr. Vanderschelden has over 15 years of experience in the various fields of asset management and operations in a multi-cultural and multi-lingual environment with longstanding relationships with key industry decision makers, venture investors, and thought leaders, with access to a broad and powerful network of influencers. He has also served as an independent director of various Management Companies, has been instrumental in developing and implementing strategic plans and has implemented risk management and corporate governance programs for public companies. Mr. Vanderschelden has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from ICHEC Brussels, Belgium and in European Studies from Université Catholique de Louvain Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.