I am the founder of Rightscorp (SYMBOL:RIHT), a company that has a proprietary process for monetizing copyrighted intellectual property (IP). I have more than twenty-five years experience as a technology entrepreneur. At the age of 14, I had a joystick company and had lunch with Steve Wozniak. After college, I helped found a successful Autodesk re-seller that is still in business 20 years later. While there, we sold and supervised significant systems integration contracts with clients such as Lucent Technologies, Long Airdox Mining (now owned by Berkshire Hathaway), ABB, GSA (General Services Administration), FAA (Federal Aviation Administration), and NRO (National Reconnaissance Office). I served as Chief Executive Officer of two different technology companies in the mobile and digital imaging space. One provided outsourcing services to Fortune 500 companies such as GMAC, FedEx, Amgen and Nalco. I founded another Company in 1999 that was a mobile apps developer in Reston, Virginia that established contractual partnerships with AOL and Global Knowledge to provide technology for delivering sophisticated content to mobile devices. I received a Bachelor of Science in Electronic and Computer Engineering from George Mason University in 1988.