Board of Directors:
Vaughn R Cook, OMD
President & CEO, ZYTO Corp.
For over twenty years Dr. Cook has worked in the Complimentary and Alternative Medical field. He has specialized in biofeedback applications that integrate western and eastern medicine. He has traveled extensively and taught principles of alternative medicine throughout the United States and in many countries. He has developed two computer-based systems used by health professionals around the world. The most recent of these is the LSA System. In addition to his experience with technology he has owned and operated health care facilities specializing in holistic health. This clinical background has allowed him to develop equipment from the perspective of a practicing health care professional, which combined with an extensive background in business, has resulted in technology that is clinically effective and financially practical.
Kami J. Howard, MB
CFO, ZYTO Corp
Kami Howard serves as Chief Financial Officer for ZYTO Corp and its subsidiaries. Ms. Howard joined ZYTO in the spring of 2007. As a member of ZYTO's senior management team she is involved in strategic planning and is responsible for all aspects of operational and financial management. Prior to joining ZYTO, Ms. Howard spent five years at Browz, LLC where she served as Vice President and Company Controller. Her responsibilities included accounting, business and tax planning on behalf of the LLC and its members. From 2000 to 2003, Ms. Howard served as Vice President and Corporate Controller for BioMeridian Corporation and its subsidiaries. Prior to her appointment at BioMeridian, Ms. Howard served in various senior financial positions. She holds a B.S. in accounting and a Master's Degree in Business Administration.
Adam Ford, is an attorney licensed in New York and Utah. He is an Honors Graduate of Brigham Young University and was a Crawford-Robinson Scholar at the Duke University School Law. He began his career with Shearman & Sterling LP in New York City and also practiced with McDermott Will & Emery LP before moving back to Utah to open his own practice. He has represented Lenzing AG in the sale of Lenzing Fibers Corporation; IDT Corporation in the acquisition of substantially all the assets of Winstar Communications, Inc; KMPG LLP in its acquisition of various offices of Arthur Anderson LLP; Wachovia Securities in Choice One Communications credit agreement restructuring; Wachovia Securities in Perry Ellis International credit agreement restructuring; Rhodes Furniture Group in credit agreement restructuring with Heilig-Meyers; Parmalat USA Corporation and Farmland Dairies, LLC as conflicts counsel in bankruptcy; Motels of America, LLC as counsel to debtor in bankruptcy; Intelsat, Ltd. in MCI/Worldcom, Space Systems/Loral and Verestar bankruptcies; Norddeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale as largest secured creditor in Speigel/Eddie Bauer bankruptcy; ChoHung Bank as largest secured creditor in SK Global America, Inc. bankruptcy; Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith as creditor in Special Metals Corporation bankruptcy; Banc of America Securities as creditor in Adelphia Communications Corporation bankruptcy; General Electric Capital Corporation as secured creditor in PSINet, Inc. bankruptcy, as well as many other corporate and litigation matters.
Born in Hangzhou, the People's Republic of China, Mr. Wang completed his first degree in Aircraft Design and Manufacturing, before departing for the USA, where he obtained his Masters degree in Computer Science from Arizona State University, and other substantial executive learning from Harvard and New York University. Mr. Wang began his career with TNT Inc. in Phoenix, as an Engineering Consultant in the electronics component manufacturing industry. He then immigrated to Vancouver, Canada, where he joined Sino-Cad Circuits [Canada] Ltd, a multi-layer circuit board manufacturer in a business development capacity. In 1992, Mr. Wang joined Master Technology Corp, a Canadian manufacturer and distributor of telecommunication equipment. Over the next four-year period, Mr. Wang led the expansion of the Company into the PRC. As Head of Greater China region, Mr. Wang's broad scope of responsibilities covered sourcing and negotiation of joint ventures, establishment of organizational structures, as well as management of subsidiary operations in China. Mr. Wang's career in executive search and management consulting began when he joined Ward Howell, Shanghai in 1996. Two years later, Mr. Wang established SES Investment (China), a WOFE based in Shanghai, and has assisted "Fortune 500" companies successfully launching into China. In 2002, Mr. Wang was honorably invited as a Senior Strategic Advisor by the Shanghai Government to develop human capital and introduce foreign investment to the area of Shanghai.
Hammad M. Shah, Rph, MBA
Hammad Shah is a vice president and general manager for Express Scripts, responsible for driving the successful operations of the company's East region and its specialty business. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, Mr. Shah leads a team of approximately 3,000 associates operating 15 sites in 10 states, including front-end prescription-processing pharmacies, back-end mail-order fulfillment facilities, patient contact centers and specialty pharmacy operations. He is a licensed pharmacist, as well as a recently elected board member for ZYTO Corporation, a provider of bio-survey technology. Prior to joining Express Scripts, Mr. Shah held leadership roles in pharmacy operations for a variety of companies, developing expertise in total quality management, cost containment, profit optimization, process improvement, inventory control, general management, budget administration, training and development, succession planning, acquisitions and customer service. Immediately before joining Express Scripts, Mr. Shah was senior vice president and chief operating officer for Maryland-based VetCentric, Inc., a veterinary pharmacy, where he ran pharmacy operations, call center operations, information technology and regulatory affairs. Prior to that, he was general manager of Arizona operations for PharMerica Corporation, a nationwide institutional pharmaceutical services company, where he directed retail and long-term care operations for the State of Arizona, servicing more than 220 facilities. Before PharMerica, he was vice president and general manager of Caremark's mail service operations, after helping launch its Phoenix facility and serving as director of order processing. Mr. Shah began his pharmacy career in retail store and district management roles with Eckerd Corporation in Pennsylvania, before moving into mail service operations management roles for Eckerd Health Services in Kansas City, Missouri. He earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Arizona State University in 2007, and he is currently completing a second A.S.U. Master's degree, in Health Sector Management. Mr. Shah holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from Temple University in Philadelphia.