|Board of Directors|
Michael L. Weiner
Michael Weiner is founder and CEO of Technology Innovations, LLC. Weiner began his career at Xerox Corporation in 1975, where he served in a variety of capacities in sales and marketing, including manager of software market expansion and manager of sales compensation planning. In 1982 he received President's Award, the top honor at Xerox for an innovation benefiting a major product line.
In 1985 Weiner founded Microlytics, a Xerox spin-off company which developed technology from the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC). The Word Finder thesaurus was licensed to over 150 companies, including Apple, Microsoft and Sony. Microlytics was acquired by a merger with a public company in 1990.
Weiner has been a member of the Licensing Executives Society (LES) since 1984.
Ross B. Kenzie
Kenzie is a former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Goldome Bank, from which he retired in June 1989. He also is former Director of the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York and served on the boards of the National Council of Savings Institutions, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Buffalo Branch, and the Savings Banks Association of New York State. Kenzie is a Director of Millard Fillmore Hospitals and Past Chairman Emeritus. He serves on the board of the Kaleida Health, Education and Research Foundation and its investment committee. He is a director of the Health Systems Agency of Western New York, and is a member of the Western New York Commission on Health Care Reform. He was previously Executive Vice President of Merrill Lynch &Co., in their New York worldwide headquarters, and is a former member of the Merrill Lynch & Co. Board of Directors. Kenzie is a member of the College Council of the State University College at Buffalo and has served as Chairman. He is a director of the College¹s Foundation and a member of its finance committee and investment committee. He serves on the council of the Burchfield-Penney Art Center, and on its Executive Committee. He is also a Member of the Board, and the Chairman of the investment committee of the State University at Buffalo Foundation. Kenzie currently serves on the boards of several companies including many entrepreneurial ventures that are privately held.
Howard S. Robbins, esq.
Mr. Robbins is a patent attorney near Akron, Ohio. He was patent counsel for Bausch and Lomb in the 1980's. Mr. Robbins is past Chair of the Ohio State Bar Association Intellectual Property Law Section, and has taught patent and other Intellectual Property law.”
Mr. Wemett has had a long entrepreneurial career in the Rochester area. He founded ROC Communications. He serves on the board of several companies in the Rochester area.
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