Sean is an inventor, investor and serial entrepreneur. A former Air Force Intelligence Officer and NSA Fellow, Sean served five tours of duty in Afghanistan and Iraq before founding Battlefield Telecommunications Systems (BTS). Sean has founded technology companies in Ohio, Maryland, Virginia and Texas and serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of OmniScience Technology Partners, BTS, the Digital Harbor Foundation, CrossChx, Betamore, and Lane Capital. A graduate of Miami University with an Honorary Doctorate of Public Service from the University of Rio Grande, Sean was selected as an Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year for Maryland.
Brad is a proven performer with seasoned experience in policymaking, business development, public relations, and data integrity. Prior to founding CrossChx, Brad served as a Venture Partner of OmniScience Technology Partners, an early stage venture capital firm based in Baltimore, MD. Brad has been a senior executive of a nationally recognized financial services trade association after nearly a decade in the federal government and politics as a senior advisor to several members of the U.S. Congress. Brad holds a B.A. and M.A. in Political Science from Miami University.
David is a strategic business development and marketing entrepreneur with over thirteen years of healthcare experience. Prior to CrossChx, David co-founded ePAY Healthcare, and served in leadership, marketing and business development roles with startup and Fortune 500 companies including Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and Black & Decker. Actively involved in Columbus Ohio’s startup ecosystem, David volunteers as a mentor for 10Xelerator, Founders Factory and Startup Weekend. David is a graduate of The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business and attended Business School at Butler University.
Joe is a father, entrepreneur, internationally recognized Ruby evangelist, community leader and developer. As a technologist, Joe has traveled the world leading training sessions on team-building, Ruby on Rails and the development process. Prior to CrossChx, Joe co-founded EdgeCase (which was sold to Neo in 2012). At EdgeCase, Joe consulted and crafted high-impact software for both startup and Fortune 500 companies including Ingersoll Rand, GAP, Amex and AT&T.