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Board of Advisors

Patrick J. Hatfield

Patrick J. Hatfield

Patrick J. Hatfield is a partner at Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell, in the Corporate Department of the Austin office and co-chairs the Firm’s Technology Transactions Group. Throughout his legal career, Mr. Hatfield has focused on financial services, intellectual property and technology, gaining valuable experience as in-house counsel, including 10 years as senior counsel and vice president to a leading provider of IT and outsourcing services to the global financial services industry now part of Computer Sciences Corporation.

Mr. Hatfield has handled a wide range of IT, outsourcing, acquisition and joint venture arrangements in the global financial services industry. His experience includes handling software licensing, outsourcing and mergers & acquisition transactions in the United States, Europe, South Africa, Australia, and Asia.

Justice Conrad L Mallet Jr

Justice Conrad L. Mallet, Jr.

Justice Mallett, who has been a director of Lear Corporation since August 2002, has been the President and CEO of Sinai-Grace Hospital since August 2003. Prior to his current position, Justice Mallett served as the Chief Administrative Officer of the Detroit Medical Center since March 2003. Previously, he served as President and General Counsel of La-Van Hawkins Food Group LLC from April 2002 to March 2003, and Transition Director for Detroit Mayor Kwame M. Kilpatrick and Chief Operating Officer for the City of Detroit from January 2002 to April 2002. From August 1999 to April 2002, Justice Mallett was General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer of the Detroit Medical Center.

Justice Mallett was also a Partner in the law firm of Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone from January 1999 to August 1999. Justice Mallett was a Justice of the Michigan Supreme Court from December 1990 to January 1999 and served a two-year term as Chief Justice beginning in 1997. Justice Mallett also serves as a director of TechTeam Global, Inc. and serves on the Executive Board of the Metropolitan Detroit YMCA.

Ram Davloor

Ram Davloor

Ram is a Senior Vice President at iHealth Technologies, a leader in Payment Policy Management services and partners with health plans to select, customize, and administer the correct coding of professional, outpatient and DME claims. Prior to iHealth, Mr. Davaloor was the founder and Chief Operating Officer of iSpace Global, a healthcare services and products company based out of Los Angeles, CA. iSpace Global was acquired by iHealth Technologies in 2011. Prior to iSpace, Mr. Davaloor was SVP at Zavata Corporation, a business processes and strategic outsourcing company. Prior to joining Zavata, Mr. Davaloor was the founder and Chief Operating Officer of Symphony Data Corporation, a healthcare outsourcing company with offices in the US and operations in India. He successfully built Symphony& rsquo;s global outsourcing presence and merged the company into Zavata to strengthen and augment Zavata & rsquo;s blended shore delivery model. Prior to Symphony Data, Mr. Davaloor founded Nextech LLC, an IT services company with focus on project execution and staff augmentation for the financial and healthcare industry. Nextech LLC was later merged with Visual Interactive Inc., a Merrill Lynch funded corporation. Mr. Davaloor has also served as the Managing Director for Visual Interactive, Inc. Mr. Davaloor has a Masters in Physics and a Masters in Management from Birla Institute of Technology & Science.

John Rompon

John Rompon

Mr.Rompon currently serves as the Managing Partner at McNally Capital. He was a founding member and Principal in Hewlett-Packard’s global Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) group and has served as the CEO of a General Atlantic Partners portfolio company based in Hyderabad, India. Mr. Rompon began his career as a consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton and a lawyer with Latham & Watkins. He was a founding partner of SAI, Inc., a healthcare and financial services consulting firm, which he and his partners sold to Perot Systems. After selling SAI, Mr. Rompon joined First Consulting Group (FCG), a healthcare technology-consulting firm, where he established a captive venture capital firm and two consulting practices.

Over the course of his career, Mr. Rompon has structured transactions as a lawyer, improved operations as a consultant, led management teams as an executive, and evaluated opportunities as an investor.