Jim White has 24 years of technology market development experience with Alcatel-Lucent and Nortel Technology. White launched over ten significant products with development budgets exceeding $650M. He led business development and sales activities that exceeded $3Bn to Telcos and Enterprises and launched Alcatel-Lucent’s Connected Hospital program and the CPE program at Nortel. As a founding board member of the UPMC’s Center for Connected Medicine, he oversaw a $50M Joint Development Fund (Alcatel-Lucent & UPMC) and launched two healthcare ventures. Currently, he is a partner/founder of Harbor Pilots, a consulting company assisting with growth of new healthcare and technology companies through better alignment with investors’ goals. Harbor Pilots recently facilitated the spinout of FlexLife Health, Inc, a Cleveland Clinic company, to LifeWatch, AG. (SIX Swiss Exchange: LIFE). A graduate of Loyola University of Chicago, White was commissioned as an Officer in the US Army, received a graduate certificate in Systems Management from the University of Southern California and received an MBA from the University of Chicago (Booth).