Henry E. Dubois was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Hooper Holmes as of April 2013. Mr. Dubois has been a partner at Tatum, LLC, a firm offering consulting services to accelerate business performance and create value. In previous roles, he served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of GeoEye, Inc., a global supplier of high resolution satellite and aerial imagery; President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of DigitalGlobe, Inc., an owner/operator of high resolution imaging satellites; Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer of an Asia Pacific Telecommunication company; and Senior Vice President of an Asia Pacific conglomerate in Jakarta, Indonesia. He also served as a consultant with Booz, Allen & Hamilton and began his career as an internal auditor and finance supervisor for Exxon Corporation. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics from the College of the Holy Cross and his Master of Management degree from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
Steven R. Balthazor was appointed Chief Financial Officer of Hooper Holmes in August 2015. Prior to becoming CFO of the Company, he worked with Hooper Holmes on a consulting basis since 2013, supporting key corporate projects including the sale of the Company’s Portamedic, HH Services and Heritage Labs divisions, as well as the acquisition of Accountable Health Solutions in April 2015. Prior to joining Hooper Holmes, Steven served as the Principal of J. Galt Financial, a consulting firm providing executive management consultation and hands-on business services to public and private companies. He has extensive financial leadership experience including Vice President of Finance for Digital Globe (NYSE: DGI), Vice President of Finance and interim Chief Financial Officer for GeoEye, Inc., and roles as corporate treasurer and head of mergers and acquisitions for various private and publically traded companies. Steven is a certified public accountant and holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Colorado-Boulder.
Steven Marin, Chief Revenue Officer, joined Hooper Holmes in October 2015. Mr. Marin has responsibility for all revenue, sales, business development and client service functions, expanding and executing on the company’s strategic business growth plans. He has direct oversight over the sales and account management teams and is focused on business development activities along with building strong customer relationships and a service model that is second to none.
Prior to joining Hooper, he was Senior Vice President of Sales at ChipRewards, a progressive company specializing in web-based healthcare incentives to increase participant engagement. He brings more than 25 years of sales, business development, and client service expertise, along with a strong track record, booking over $75 million dollars’ worth of new population health business while in leadership positions. Mr. Marin has also held a variety of leadership business development positions in other health and wellness organizations including Alere Health, Health Integrated, and Corsolutions Medical, where he sold and managed multi-million dollar healthcare contracts across all markets. He holds a B.S. in Marketing and Finance from Northern Illinois University.
John Bond, Vice President of Provider Relations, joined Hooper in 2012. John has eighteen years of experience developing health provider networks and maximizing network quality and efficiency. Prior to joining the Hooper Holmes team, John held multiple positions focused on developing provider networks for Tufts Health Plan, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from Colby College and his Master of Science in Health Care Management from Champlain College.
Alex B. Thompson, Vice President of Operations, joined Hooper Holmes in January of 2012 as the Vice President of Operations & Analysis. Alex served as the Vice President of Operation for Portamedic from June of 2012 until the September of 2013 and was an integral part of the Portamedic transformation during that time. Prior to joining Hooper Holmes, Alex held numerous leadership positions focused on strategic planning, finance and operational turnarounds. Most recently, he spent four years as the Director of Strategy and Planning on the management team responsible for taking a small privately held US production company out of bankruptcy and growing them into a multi-national leader within their industry. Alex’s background also includes strategic analyst roles for Cerner Corporation, a healthcare IT company, and prior involvement in several healthcare based non-profits in Kansas City such as the HAIC Wellness Outreach Program, Comedy Care Inc., and the Autism Asperger Resource Center at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Alex graduated from the University of Missouri Kansas City with both bachelors and masters degrees focused in business, finance and public health.
Dr. Neil F. Gordon has served as medical director for several corporate wellness providers and as a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the Emory University School of Medicine. He has also served as Vice President of the American Association for Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation, as a member of the Board of Trustees of the American College of Sports Medicine, and as Chairman of the American Heart Association Committee on Exercise, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Prevention.
In 1997, Dr. Gordon became founder, CEO and chief science officer of INTERVENT USA, a provider of evidence-based, lifestyle management and chronic disease risk reduction services, which was acquired by Nationwide Better Health in April 2007. Dr. Gordon served as chief medical and science officer of Nationwide Better Health until 2011 when, under his leadership, INTERVENT International and its affiliate companies reacquired global rights. His role as CEO and chief science officer of INTERVENT International continues.
Dr. Gordon has served as principal investigator for research grants funded by the American Heart Association, the National Institutes of Health, and the American Diabetes Association. He is the author of eight books on preventive medicine and more than 100 scientific articles in peer-reviewed medical journals including the American Journal of Cardiology, British Heart Journal, Circulation, Journal of the American College of Cardiology, and the Journal of the American Medical Association. Dr. Gordon obtained his MD and a PhD in exercise physiology in Johannesburg, South Africa, before relocating to the United States in 1987. He received his master’s degree in public health from the University of California, Los Angeles. He is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology.