Bryan T. Zervos, Chief Executive Officer: For over a decade, Bryan served at Washington Adventist University working in alumni services, fundraising, and donor relations, eventually being named as Executive Director for Development. His diverse background also includes management, government advocacy, investment and accounting. In addition to managing BSI, Bryan is the founder and managing partner of Research Services, LLC, a Maryland-based asset management company. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Columbia Union College. Bryan volunteers his time to serve on the membership committee of The Orion Charitable Foundation.

Mitchell “Mitch” Scoggins, Chief Operations Officer: Mitch served as the president of BSI during the start-up phase while the patent application was being written and submitted. He remains involved with the company as a partner and the chairman of the board. His management experience is split equally between international and U.S. based programming, focusing primarily on public health and health information technology. His international experience includes project and program management in sub-Saharan Africa and Eastern Europe with development and disaster relief. Domestically, Mitch’s experience includes program management in state government and in federal government contracting. He holds a Masters in International Public Health Policy, a Master’s Certificate in Advanced Project Management, a Bachelor’s in Communications and certifications as a PMP, PMI-ACP, CSM, and is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

Michael “Mike” Lee, Chief Technology Officer: His background includes work on nontraditional database systems, such as the SAND (Spatial And Nonspatial Data) Database System, and also computer graphics, which has led to several visualization apps for smartphones. His research includes multidimensional techniques for spatial modeling and constant-time navigation within virtual environments. These techniques are used to improve the analysis and visualization of large data sets, support multiresolution models with variable levels of detail, and allow rendering highly complex structures in 3D. The University of Maryland at College Park awarded him a PhD for his work in this field. Dr. Lee is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at WAU.

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