ZIPPYAR is a mother's pursuit of entrepreneurship to create jobs for other mothers and to empower families. We believe that a sustainable earth starts with investing in a better humanity.
VISION - “Our purpose on Earth is to help companies and individuals to connect at a personal level using innovative ways to strengthen humankind towards sustainable relations, environmental practices and governance. We are a family focused organization with a culture of supporting our employees in the task of raising their children while they dedicate their excellent efforts serving our organization. We work hard; we care and have fun doing what we are passionate about: Raising a Sustainable Generation.”
MISSION - "We help companies and customers to connect at a personal level through personalized digital content and innovative message delivery" – Digital Media & Messaging Niche
We are mothers in business. Our team is made of qualified people with shared vision and a commitment to ZIPPYAR vision and mission. We aim nothing less than excellence, and believe this is achieved through overall deep collaboration, empowerment, respect and persistent quest for innovation.
Angelica F. White
Founder, CEO & Interim CTO
Innovative, visionary and strategist. Executive MBA from Goizueta Business School and BS in Computer Hardware Engineering and Computer Software Engineering. Extensive experience delivering innovative business solutions empowered by technologies to Fortune 500 companies serving various industries, including Pharmaceutical, CPG, Retail and Healthcare. She is an inventor with various patents a and is also the Entrepreneurship Award Recipient for the Executive MBA class of 2010 of Goizueta Business School.
Delivers expertise gained through 25 years of architecting and executing growth strategies for software and services companies. With deep domain expertise in healthcare IT, Chris has a proven track record of equipping companies with go-to-market strategies and tactics that increase market relevance and quickly drive revenue growth. Chris served as chief operating officer and chief marketing officer of Brightree, a SaaS-based healthcare IT software company, where she architected and executed the company’s marketing, sales, M&A and product growth strategies that resulted in growth from $27M to $100M in only four years.
Extensive experience working with C-Suite executives on projects and managing B2B relations to multinationals. Experience in Healthcare and Biotechnology industries, and Latin America market. Outstanding project management, negotiation and administrative skills.
Former City Council.
Harvard University Project Management.
VP Customer Relations
Program Manager with BA in Communication and Media Studies from Merrimack College.
Experience in Health Care with a specialty in Health Education Program management to multicultural- multilingual consumers. Outstanding interpersonal skills.
Fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Benn Is the George S. Craft Distinguished University Professor of Information Systems and Operations Management at the Goizueta Business School, Emory University. He arrived at Emory’s Goizueta Business School following six years on the faculty at the Harvard Business School where he taught in the MBA program and several executive programs. Prior to arriving at HBS, he was a professor at the University of Arizona where he was a co-founder of the university’s multi-million dollar group decision support laboratory and gateway connection of early internet LANs to IMPs.
He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Purdue University and specializes in issues of digital commerce and information technology in relationships across organizations. He studies immersion technologies and virtual environments. Benn has published in diverse research journals and serves on boards and advisory roles in public and private organizations.
Benn was named Baxter Research Fellow at Harvard and Hewlett Fellow at the Carter Center in Atlanta. He has been awarded a number of distinguished teaching awards, including a Great Teacher Lecture award at Emory University.
Thomas David Petite
David is an American independent inventor with approximately 100 issued patents. He is best known for being one of the key inventors of wireless networking technology which helped lay the ground work for IoT technology and wireless mesh. Mr. Petite is a proud Native American and a member of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa tribe. He is also a founder of the Native American Intellectual Property Enterprise Council, a non-profit organization helping Native American inventors and communities.
Petite has over 50 US patents pending, dating back to 1995 on ad hoc networks. A listing of his inventions can found at Patent Genius or by a search at The US Patent Office. Petite is considered to be a visionary scientist/engineer, with business knowledge skills. His early inventions seem to demonstrate a foresight to see the technology curve with business values.
Today Mr. Petite operates several companies that license his existing patents and technologies while he continues to develop exciting new wireless and wired products.
Partner, Nelson Mullins
Amanda Norcross concentrates her practice in the areas of mergers and acquisitions. Ms. Norcross chairs the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of the Mergers and Acquisitions group. She also co-chairs the Human Capital Management Industry Group.
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