Stacey Wasserman, President
Stacey Wasserman has a proven track record as a senior sales executive with more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare technology industry. Currently Stacey serves as the executive director of business development of GNS Healthcare, a leading provider of analytic solutions to pharmaceutical and health care customers. Prior to that, she was the senior sales director at Active Networks, which provides a social network analytics platform. Earlier in her career, Stacy spent 12 years with Truven Health Analytics (formerly Thomas Reuters) where she was a top performer, selling data and consulting services to pharmaceutical companies. Other former roles include consultant for Skila and account director for IMS Health. Stacey started her career working in public relations for Johnson & Johnson.
Outside of work, Stacey lives in Princeton Junction, NJ with her two children and is involved in many local organizations. Stacey holds a M.B.A from Rutgers University School of Business and a B.A. in biopsychology from the University of Pennsylvania.
Daniel Spring, Secretary
Daniel Spring served 32 years as a business and financial consultant to the principals of existing and start-up companies and projects. He works hand-in-hand with private, venture capital, and institutional funding sources to meet the capital requirements of his clients, the principals of each project. Daniel’s business and financial consulting career is intertwined with his professional claims adjusting and consulting career. He finds the idea of working with a group dedicated to helping bring awareness to the general public concerning organ donation to be extremely compelling.
Neil Weiner, Treasurer
Neil Weiner is the founder and chief investment officer of Foxhill Capital. Neil has multi-cyclical experience based on more than 25 years of experience managing hedge funds with expertise encompassing distressed, high yield, capital structure, convertible, and optional strategies. Prior to founding Foxhill Capital in 2005, Neil was a managing member/ co-portfolio manager at Triage Capital Management from 2002 to 2005. He was instrumental in managing the $1 billion distressed/ special situations fund, attracting institutional investors, and creating a substantial growth in assets. Prior to joining Triage, Neil was a managing director/ portfolio manager at Liberty View Capital Management from 1992 to 2002. Neil was responsible for several funds with a focus on credit-related and volatility-related strategies and was also a member of the firm’s executive committee. Previously, Neil was a sell-side equity analyst at Salomon Brothers.
Neil holds an M.B.A from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and B.A from University of Pennsylvania.
Sharon Tabor, Executive Director
Sharon Tabor is the founder of Platinum Parties, Inc, a professional event planning firm, which plans and implements all events details and creative design direction for private social, corporate, and nonprofit clients. With more than 20 years of experience, Sharon’s clients include many leading Fortune 500 companies. She is a graduate of the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Sharon is committed and dedicated to promoting the mission of the organization and bringing attention to its importance.
Martha Coburn, Administration
Martha Coburn is a management and marketing professional with more than 20 years of experience. Currently Martha is working in the healthcare industry and with nonprofits. In the past, she has brought her skills to the automotive and media industries. Outside of work, Martha brings her passion to volunteering and supporting her community.