Board of Directors

Michael R. Sonnenreich - Chairman of the Board

Mr. Sonnenreich is a lawyer and a philanthropist and has extensive management experiences in various industries; Technology, Pharmaceutical and Global Marketing. He is an active stake holder and advisor to several national and international companies. Currently, Mr. Sonnenreich is the Chairman of the Board of Kikaku America International, President of The Fund to Conserve United States Diplomatic Treasures Abroad (The Fund to Conserve) and Vice Chairman of PharMa International Corporation of Tokyo, Japan. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, the University of Madrid, Spain, and Harvard University Law School. In the past twelve years Mr. Sonnenreich has served as a board member and trustee of numerous important companies and universities, including Williams Creek Explorations, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Wi2Wi, San Jose, California; Tyhee Development Corp. Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Les Aliments SoYummi, Inc., Montreal, Canada; the ABD American Capital Market Funds; the Integra Fund; Continental Steel Inc.; Amorfix Life Sciences Ltd. (now Promis Neurosciences), Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Scientific American; and Medical Tribune International.

Mr. Sonnenreich has had long-term involvement with many nonprofit institutions. These include the Washington National Opera (President 1996-98; 2002-2006); D.C. Jazz Festival (Chairman, 2010-2014); Sackler/Freer Galleries of Art (Smithsonian Institution), D.C.; Commission on the Arts and Humanities (Mayoral Appointment as Commissioner, 2008-2011); the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies; the New England Conservatory of Music; the North Carolina Museum of Art Foundation; the University of Virginia Art Museum; Clark University; the Maret School; and the Richard Tucker Music Foundation. Mr. Sonnenreich served as President of the National Coordinating Council on Drug Education. In 2008, he was named Distinguished Washingtonian by the University Club of Washington, D.C. He previously served in government in the Department of Justice and was appointed Executive Director of the National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse.

Zachariah J. Mathews - President and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Mathews was previously the Chief Operating Officer of Wi2Wi. He has over 18 years of management experience in Semiconductor Operations, manufacturing and business development. He has held management positions in various roles at Micro linear Corporation, Sirenza Micro devices and RF Micro devices. Mr. Mathews has undergraduate and graduate degrees in business and Management accounting.

Fraser C. Henderson Sr. - M.D

Dr. Henderson is a world renowned Board-certified Neurological Surgeon and a retired US Navy Commander. He has received both his bachelor’s and Medical degree from the University of Virginia, Charlottesville Virginia. He completed his fellowship in Craniospinal surgery under Professor Alan Crockard at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London. As Part of his active duty obligations; Dr. Henderson was the Director of Spine at National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD and was Brigade Neurosurgeon for the 4th Marine Expeditionary Brigade in Desert Shield and Desert Storm during the 1st Gulf War. Finishing his tour with the US Navy, Commander Henderson joined Georgetown University, in Washington D.C. as Director of Neurosurgery of the Spine and Cranio-cervical Junction. He was Co-Director of the Lombardi Neuro-Oncology Division, Co-Director of the CyberKnife Radiosurgery Center, and Medical Director of the Neuroscience Nursing Units. He was Professor of Neurosurgery and Radiology at Georgetown University, where he was active in advancing CyberKnife radiosurgery for treatment of chordoma and other complex spinal tumors. He is the Director of Neurosurgery at Doctors Hospital and Director of the Chiari Center of Excellence, where he is focused on the development of the understanding and treatment of deformity induced injury to the brainstem and spinal cord in Chiari Malformation and Ehlers Danlos Syndrome.

Dr. Henderson developed intellectual property for three inventions relating to spinal radiosurgery and spinal cancer, including the TPS® –Telescopic Plate Spacer- a vertebral replacement device for metastatic disease and was Principal Investigator in the translational development of a radio-sensitizing drug, and a drug to block the malignant invasiveness of Glioblastoma Multiforme. He is an inventor of 11 devices and concepts relating to disorders of the brainstem and spinal cord, and has published over 50 peer reviewed articles and book chapters, and given over 120 invited lectures with a focus on craniocervical disorders, Chiari malformation, cancer, radiosurgery and unusual problems of the spine

Harry J.F. Bloomfield - Q.C.

Mr. Bloomfield is principal and managing partner of the law firm Bloomfield & Avocats. He specializes in Canadian corporate law, international finance, securities law and international taxation law. Mr. Bloomfield also has experience in international banking law, shipping law, and patent and trademark law, finance and mergers and acquisitions. He is Chairman of the Humane Society of Canada and sits on the boards of numerous private and public entities including the Jewish National Fund of Canada. Mr. Bloomfield obtained his law degree from the University de Montreal and a Masters of Business Administration from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. Mr. Bloomfield has been a director of Wi2Wi since December 2008.

Sharad Mistry

Mr. Mistry has over 25 years experience in the areas of corporate finance, business, and risk management. He has been the CFO and a director of ISE (International Sovereign Energy Corp) since 2008 and the CEO of ISE since 2010. He is a Chartered Accountant and was previously Vice President of Financial Services for Dylex Limited, one of Canada's leading retail chains. Since 1996, he has provided financial, project management, mergers and acquisition and consultancy services to corporations, including publicly listed companies in Canada and the U.S. Mr. Mistry's industry experience includes work with battery manufacturing, investment management firms, automotive accessories design and manufacturing, apparel manufacturing, retail, biotechnology research and development, franchise operations, information technology, and services businesses.

Eugene N. Hretzay - MBA, JD, CPA

Mr. Hretzay has worked as a professional in executive management, legal and operations for over 30 years, including C-Suite positions with public companies, national and international, in tourism, energy, real estate, distribution and manufacturing. He is licensed to practice law both in Canada and the U.S., and licensed to practice public accountancy as a CPA in the U.S. In addition to Big 4 audit experience, he recently gained Chief Compliance Officer certification in order to better serve clients as President of Lexervice P.C., a boutique offering legal, governance and compliance advice to small cap reporting issuers and portfolio managers.

Pierre Soulard - Company Secretary

Mr. Soulard is a partner in the Toronto office of Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP. His practice focuses on corporate finance and public and private mergers and acquisitions, as well as private equity transactions and corporate governance. Mr. Soulard has been actively involved at a senior level in numerous corporate finance transactions acting on behalf of issuers and underwriters in a variety of sectors including, Technology and Innovation, Clean Technology, Renewable Energy and Life Sciences. He also has significant experience advising both bidding and target companies in hostile and negotiated merger and acquisition transactions in similar fields. Mr. Soulard received a Master of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School and both a Bachelor of Civil Laws and a Bachelor of Laws from McGill University. Mr. Soulard is a member of the Ontario Securities Commission Small and Medium Enterprises Committee.