THE TEAM

THE TEAM

Paul Reed Smith, Founder

Paul Reed Smith is the Managing General Partner of PRS Guitars Limited Partnership and has held that position for over 30 years. The fundamental technology of Digital Harmonic was developed by Paul and his Father, Jack Smith who was an applied mathematician. Paul has received many awards including the 2002 Maryland Small Business Person of the Year by the U.S. SBA. Paul acts as adviser and manager of the company.

Scott Haiges, CEO

Executive leader with over twenty years of experience building and selling technology companies taking them from early stage development to product-market-fit, commercial success, & exit. Most recently Scott was Entrepreneur-in-Residence at a venture capital firm, Aspire Ventures which he joined after a successful exit of a marketing technology company which he founded. Scott is responsible for operations and business development of the company.

Shane Morris, CTO

Shane has been involved in product development for over 30 Years. He has been nominated for awards by his peers in the professional audio community for many of his designs. Prior to Digital Harmonic he was Senior Technology Engineer PRS Technology, a subsidiary of Paul Reed Smith Guitars where he is responsible for all aspects of development and support of all PRS Technology. Shane is responsible for management of the technology development team.

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Paul Vick Director, Systems Integration

Paul has over forty years of experience working in the DoD and Intelligence Community in the collection, development, test and evaluation, and procurement spaces. Paul is a retired Naval Officer. He is responsible for government client interfacing and business development.

Michael Slay, Software Architect

With a masters in Electro-physics, Michael is as an applied mathematician and inventor who previously was a research fellow at the Logistics Management Institute. Among his inventions include; Vari-METRIC, Bayes-Lin demand forecasting, and Cross-Linker multidimensional optimization technique and holds numerous patents. Michael leads the algorithm development and patent writing for the company.

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Paul Reed Smith, Founder

Paul Reed Smith is the Managing General Partner of PRS Guitars Limited Partnership and has held that position for over 30 years. The fundamental technology of Digital Harmonic was developed by Paul and his Father, Jack Smith who was an applied mathematician. Paul has received many awards including the 2002 Maryland Small Business Person of the Year by the U.S. SBA. Paul acts as adviser and manager of the company.

Warren Esanu, Manager

Warren is one of the founders of Esanu Katsky Korins & Siger LLP, 35-person New York City law firm which specializes in corporate, litigation, and real estate. He is also the original limited partner of Paul Reed Smith Guitars, Limited Partnership (“PRS”) and Chairman of the PRS Advisory Board.· Chairman of North Hills Signal Processing Corp., a manufacturing company which specializes in making data transmission devices for the United States Armed Forces. Director of BioView Ltd., an Israeli hi-tech company which creates algorithms and manufactures cancer detecting medical devices. Previous Chairman of Porta Systems, public company with $150M annual revenue. Warren serves as a manager and adviser to the company.

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Jack Higgenbotham, Manager

Jack is President of PRS Guitars with years of experience in product development, sales and marketing, and operational management. Jack serves as an adviser to the company.

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William G. Nelson, M.D., PhD.

Director of the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins

Michael C. Hibler, MPA

Senior associate director of development, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Elliot R. McVeigh, PhD

Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Radiology and Radiological Sciences, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

John Wong, PhD

Professor of Radiation Oncology and Molecular Radiation Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Alex Szalay, PhD

Professor of Astrophysics and Computer Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University.

Srinivasan Yegnasubramian, M.D., PhD

Associate Professor of Oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Andrew C. von Eschenbach, M.D.

President of Samaritan Health Initiatives, Inc., and former commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.

Don Coffey, MD, Ph.D

Dr. Coffey is Professor Emeritus at the Johns Hopkins University and worked in Urology; Oncology; Pharmacology and Molecular Sciences; Pathology.

Brian Stansky

Director of Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures’ FastForward program. Former head of medical investments for T.Rowe Price.

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