Jett Winter is CEO of Crowd Technologies, Inc. a company that develops applications that leverage the wisdom of crowds. Their first major application is piqqem which captures, processes, and presents sentiment data on the future price and price direction of publicly traded securities. Piqqem provides five types of sentiment on securities: i) Price Directional ii) Price Specific iii) Demographic iv) Relative (Stock vs. Stock) and v) Time-Based. Jett Winter is also President and CEO of Winter Advisors, Inc. a unique Silicon Valley based Investment Bank that focuses on providing Mergers & Acquisition (M&A), Financing, and Consulting Services to the technology, financial services, and business services marketplace. Mr. Winter has a BA in Economics from the University of California, Santa Cruz and an MBA from Boston University. He also has his Series 7, 24, and 63 licenses. Winter Advisors is a registered Broker Dealer.
Ijeoma Charles Onuosa is a US-based commercial financier and venture capitalist whose holding company has interests in consumer products, mortgage, insurance, and construction-related businesses all partially financed by a wholly-owned proprietary trading unit. Onuosa's group is narrowly focused on nano-cap companies with businesses operating in the industrial and consumer goods sectors internationally.
KevinTruitt is a Senior Credit Loan/Program Officer at the Chicago Community Loan Funds
Kevin earned his Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Loyola University with a major in accounting. After Loyola, he went on to attend DePaul University’s Kellstadt Graduate School of Business where he earned his MBA with a concentration in Corporate Finance and Economics. Prior to working at CCLF, Kevin spent the bulk of his career in finance as a corporate and commercial banker working for First Chicago Bank & Trust, BMO Harris Bank & Trust, Bank Hapoalim, Mid-America Bank and National City Bank. He has experience in both the public and private sector. Kevin has extensive expertise in a wide range of financial analytical tools, primarily financial statement analysis, modeling and business analytics, as well as credit and valuation analysis. He has also written articles on finance that have been published in Financial World magazine and the American Association of Individual Investors monthly journal, as well as an article on the recent Dodd-Frank banking legislation that was published by the Heartland Institute. Kevin is a member of both the Loyola University and DePaul University alumni associations, as well a member of the board of directors for the Chicago Chapter of the American Association of Individual Investors
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