Dr. Ramiro Jordan, CEO
Dr.Ramiro Jordan is Founder and Executive Vice President of ISTEC (the Ibero-American Science and Technology Education Consortium), a non-profit organization comprised of educational, research, industrial, and multilateral organizations throughout the Americas and the Iberian Peninsula. Currently he holds the position of VP for the Americas Region in the International Federation of Engineering Education Societies. He is also a Board member of the Engineering for the Americas Initiative, which is an Initiative of all Heads of State of the Americas Region hosted by the Organization of American States. He also is Executive Vice-president and Chief Development Officer of Gridline Communications Holdings, Inc. He is currently a faculty at the Electrical and Computer Engineering department at the University of New Mexico (USA) as well in the Universidad Nacional de La Plata, La Plata (Argentina).
Dr. Jack Crosscope, Director of Technology Development
Dr. Crosscope is the original developer of the QM's proprietary AI learning technology engine. Dr. Crosscope has been developing cutting edge software applications since the early eighties. He has extensive experience in development for the Internet, and in a wide range of programming languages for programming, for Artificial Intelligence and mathematical software. He has competence with architectural design and system analysis. He has held leadership positions at Knowledge Based Silicon Corporations where he developed a chip-based rule language, and was the go-to person for AI issues for the company's ASIC (Application-Specific Intergrated Circuits) CAD software product. He developed a neural network for nondestructive evaluation for the USAF. He worked in rule-based systems at the Intelligent Systems Group at the AT&T Human Interface Technology Center, Artificial Inetlligence at Brightware (later MindBox) with a primary focus on financial applications, Applied Systems Inetlligence developing systems for military applications, and several other leading technology companies.
Gary Kimmons, Chairman/President
Mr.Kimmons' founded an intelligent learning company that created a key technology chosen as the United Nations Flag Technology for software. Gary's company successfully associated the company's brand with other national brands including National Geographic, The Smithsonian, Radio Shack, AOL, and others. Mr.Kimmons established all of the business processes and services for the Company and took it to a $500 million valuation.
Originally known as GK Intelligent Systems, Inc., Mr. Kimmons' company created a key learning technology ("Smart One") chosen as the United Nations Flag Technology for software. Gary's company successfully associated the Smart One brand with other national brands including National Geographic, The Smithsonian, Radio Shack, AOL, and others. Mr. Kimmons established all of the business processes and services for the Company and took the Company to a $500 million market cap. Mr. Kimmons has obtained several notable accomplishments throughout his career. He developed an award winning and patented learning software technology (Smart One). Mr. Kimmons won the Silver Medal at the New York Film Festival for an education film entitled "Making Whole." The educational company he created, GK Intelligent Systems, was awarded top honors by the retailers of America.Mr. Kimmons graduated from William Marsh Rice University with a bachelor's degree in Behavioral Science and holds a masters degree in Management Science from Stevens Institute of Technology/Rutgers.
Chris Mitchell, CFO
Chris has extensive leadership expertise and experience, particularly in the technology industry. He founded Mitchell Consulting Group, LLC in 2011, a financial strategy and management consulting firm located in Austin, Texas. He founded the firm after serving three years at the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation as the Chief Financial Officer. Prior to the Foundation, he spent fourteen years at Dell,Inc. where he held several senior management roles most recently serving as Director of Finance and Web Analytics of dell.com. Prior to Dell, Inc., he worked in public accounting at KPMG.