Providing efficient, effective supply chain logistics solutions

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Innolog Holdings Corporation Management

William P. Danielczyk

Executive Chairman

Mr. Danielczyk is a recognized leader in the healthcare and banking sectors. Currently, he serves as Chairman and founding member of Emerging Companies, LLC , a merchant banking firm serving middle-market companies. From July 2002 through May 2010, Mr. Danielczyk served as Chairman of Galen Capital Corporation (‘GCC’), a diversified middle- market investment banking firm with a focus on the healthcare and defense sectors. During his tenure, he grew GCC from 1 to 5 offices and acquired and/or completed over $2 billion of transactions. Mr. Danielczyk’s previous positions include being a member of the Board of Directors of AcuNetx, Inc. a publicly-traded company. Mr. Danielczyk was also Chairman and CEO of Millenium Health Communications, Inc., (‘MHC’) a B2B healthcare technology company. Mr. Danielczyk led MHC through a merger with, and became Chairman of, Surgical Safety Products, a publicly traded company. Mr. Danielczyk also previously served as Chairman of the Board of IJM Holdings Corporation, TEDA Travel, Incorporated and Reli Communications, a telecommunications service provider. Mr. Danielczyk was the founder and CEO of Ambulatory Healthcare Corporation of America (AHCA), a comprehensive network of integrated and innovative outpatient healthcare services. An advisor on healthcare issues to government and industry leaders, Mr. Danielczyk was a member of the National Health Museum Board of Trustees from 1999 to 2002, has served on numerous other not-for-profit boards and held advisory positions with a host of charitable organization. He is an experienced speaker at national and international conferences and has also made numerous television appearances on the issue of healthcare reform.

Michael J. Kane

Secretary/Treasurer & Director

Currently a partner in Emerging Companies, LLC, a merchant banking firm serving middle-market companies, Mr. Kane brings a wealth of corporate finance experience to the Innolog Holdings Management Team. Mr. Kane was previously Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer of Galen Capital Corporation, a diversified middle market investment banking firm with a focus on the healthcare and defense sectors. Mr. Kane was instrumental in growing GCC from 1 to 5 offices and completing over $2 billion in capital markets transactions. Mr. Kane previously served as Secretary and Treasurer for IJM Holdings Corporation. Mr. Kane brings twenty-eight (28) years in commercial banking experience, having spent more than twenty (20) years with SunTrust Bank serving in senior management positions such as Executive Vice President and Senior Credit Officer. While at SunTrust, Mr. Kane served as the head of the bank’s national healthcare lending area. This area focused on the for profit healthcare services segment. Mr. Kane serves as Chairman of the Finance Board of the Diocese of Nashville and was formerly the Chairman of the State of Tennessee Bank Collateral Pool Board. He has a B.S. in Finance from Indiana University, a MBA from the University of Notre Dame and is a graduate of the Stonier Graduate School of Banking.

Verle B. Hammond

Director, President & CEO of Innovative Logistics Techniques, Inc.

Mr. Hammond is President and CEO of Innovative Logistics Techniques, Inc. (INNOLOG). Since founding INNOLOG in 1989, he has grown the company to its current status as one of the nation's leading providers of supply chain logistics solutions. At one time since its inception, INNOLOG grew from a staff of 8 with a $250,000 contract to over 300 employees and annual revenues of around $65 million. Deloitte and Touché recognized INNOLOG as part of its 1998 Virginia Fast 50 ranking of the fastest growing technology companies in the state. Black Enterprise Magazine has recognized INNOLOG since 1996 in its annual "Top 100" listing of America's largest and most successful black-owned companies. As the Founder and CEO of INNOLOG, he has been at the forefront of out-of-the-box logistics thinking in areas such as asset visibility and supply chain technology. With 44 years of experience in logistics, Mr. Hammond continues to guide the direction of INNOLOG. He generously shares his business acumen with other start up small businesses on both an individual and corporate level. INNOLOG has been a Mentor company for several years in the U.S. Defense Department’s Mentor Protégé program. INNOLOG has been a protégé company for several years in the Small Business Associations' Mentor Protégé Program. He recently received the Parren J. Mitchell Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award for his achievements as a minority business owner. Mr. Hammond is the Treasurer of the Board of Trustees for the University of the District of Columbia. During his 28 years in the U.S. Army, Mr. Hammond earned the rank of Colonel and held key command and management assignments in all aspects of logistics and weapons systems acquisitions, with overseas assignments in Iran, Korea and Vietnam. He served five years at the U.S. Army Materiel Command in ADP Systems Development, Systems Integration, ADP Networking, Weapon Systems Management, and Integrated Logistics Support. While serving in Vietnam he was awarded 4 Bronze Stars, 3 Air Medals, and the South Vietnamese Honor Medal as a Combat Logistician. After retiring from the US Army in 1984 as, Mr. Hammond joined Innovative Technology, Inc. (ITI) as the company’s Army Program Manager. In less than a year he was promoted to Senior Vice President and Director of Operations with responsibility for all technical and administrative operations. During his five years at ITI, revenue from Army sources increased an average of 338% per year. In December 2002, Mr. Hammond co-founded The Verle and Eleanor Hammond Foundation as a non-profit public charity. The current geographic focus is Loudoun County, Virginia and St. Johns County, Florida. The foundation focuses on working with families, schools, and communities to enable and inspire youth who are not given the opportunity to realize their full potential, through programs that increase their visibility and self-awareness.

Stephen D. Moses


Mr. Moses brings over thirty (30) years of experience in finance, mergers & acquisitions, as well as business and real estate development to the firm. Throughout his career he has served his government, his community and leading corporations in significant and successful projects. Mr. Moses was Vice Chairman of MP Biomedicals, Inc., a company dedicated to promoting research in the life science and biotech industries, and has been Chairman of the Board of Stephen Moses Interests since 1981. He was founder and chairman of National Investment Development Corp. and of Brentwood Bank. Mr. Moses has been involved in the privatization and capitalization of businesses in the emerging economies of the former Soviet Bloc, as a member of the Board of ICN Pharmaceuticals (NYSE) and Chairman of its Audit Committee. He is a member of the Board of The Central Asian-American Enterprise Fund, appointed by the President of the United States and was Chair of its Investment Committee. Mr. Moses has been active in the field of government housing programs and real estate syndication and development for nearly twenty (20) years. He has held senior level positions at Boise Cascade Corporation, City Construction Corporation (an amalgamation of the resources of Kidder, Peabody & Co., Inc. and Prudential Insurance Company of America) and Transcontinental Realty Corporation. Mr. Moses serves or served on various boards of not-for- profit and for-profit organizations, has been active on several Presidential Commissions and served on a range of national political campaigns. He received a BS in Economics from Franklin & Marshall College and is a Cum Laude graduate of Harvard Law School.

Bruce D. Riddle, CPA, CFP

Director and Chairman of Audit Committee

Mr. Riddle is Managing Member and Founder of BDR Associates, LLC, a firm specializing in tax, financial, investment and business planning. Business owners and executives rely on Mr. Riddle’s expertise for a variety of business and financial issues including tax return preparation, the financial viability and appropriate structure for business ventures, income tax planning, compensation planning, retirement planning, estate and gift tax planning, business succession planning, wealth transfer planning and overall investment review regarding asset allocation and investment performance issues. On the business side, Mr. Riddle works with clients on assembling their management team, negotiating contracts, and assists them in identifying sources of capital and obtaining loans. Mr. Riddle also helps evaluate the financial viability and financial structure of projects. Mr. Riddle is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and began his career with Ernst & Whitney (now Ernst & Young) in the audit practice and was promoted to Manager in his third year. He spent time in Ernst's National Tax Department. In the mid-1980's, Mr. Riddle was the CFO of a private investment counseling firm and a real estate development firm. In the later 1980's, Mr. Riddle was a Senior Manager with KPMG. Prior to forming BDR Associates, Mr. Riddle served as a Partner in Charge of Tax at one of the larger and more established Washington D.C. based CPA firms.

Erich Winkler


Mr. Winkler brings over 25 years of experience in leading and successfully executing business and information technology transformation programs to the firm. He is founder and senior partner of BizTek-Global, an advisory and consulting firm specializing in aligning business and information technology strategies, managing acquisition, integration, outsourcing and divestiture programs, and in planning and deploying integrated enterprise resource planning solutions. Prior to starting his own company in 2008, Mr. Winkler held various senior information technology management positions with the Altria Group of companies, a Fortune 20 global consumer goods industry leader. He led the information technology functions at several of the companies' business divisions in North America, Europe, and in Asia/Pacific. Throughout his career, Mr. Winkler significantly contributed to improving business performance through the effective deployment of information technology solutions in the areas of sales, marketing, supply chain, research and development, finance and human resources systems. Since 2004, Mr. Winkler also serves on the Board of the Society for Information Management (SIM) New York, a non-for-profit professional organization for senior information technology executives committed to leadership development and innovation. He is also an advisory board member of privately held software companies. Mr. Winkler holds a degree in Business Administration from the Zurich School of Business Administration.

Pamela R. Holmes

Senior Vice President of Contracts

Mrs. Holmes has been with INNOLOG since 1990 and is responsible for the company's marketing, strategic development, contracts and proposal development activities. She oversees the creation of all corporate marketing materials and actively participates in the planning and execution of INNOLOG's corporate growth objectives. Before joining INNOLOG, she was employed with Innovative Technology Incorporated. At this product-oriented firm, she planned and managed channel sales organization and customer service teams and was responsible for marketing materials, promotional development and GSA Schedule development.

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