|Mike Crowley is a seasoned entrepreneur with 15 years of startup success. He has successfully led the early stage positioning and financing for firms in a diverse set of industries including consumer entertainment, software, and medical devices. As a founder or co-founder in all of his business ventures, Mike has also worked closely with numerous other ventures from concept to financing. Mike played his collegiate basketball at St. Joseph’s College in Rensselaer, IN, and graduated in 1993 with a B.B.A in Accounting. Mike later earned his MBA from the University of Michigan. He began his professional career as a C.P.A. specializing in early stage and entrepreneurial clients.||Mark Davisson brings over 17 years of technical and executive level business experience in managing complex technology environments, products, and people for both start-ups and large corporations. Mark was considered a pioneer in the early Internet industry, providing technical engineering and operational direction for some of the largest “dot.com” era companies including ANS, AOL and WorldCom connecting millions of people during unprecedented Internet growth. Mark joined InfoMotion from Accenture, where he most recently was the North American Sales and Consulting lead for Accenture Mobility Services responsible for Oil & Gas, Chemicals and Natural Resources clients. Also during his time at Accenture, Mark co-invented the Accenture Life Safety Solution, a wireless personal gas sensor device and software solution designed for workers operating in highly dangerous and remote work environments. Prior to joining Accenture, Mark managed mission critical communication projects leveraging large, global teams with project budgets often exceeding $30 million. Mark received his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Saint Joseph’s College.||Kevin King holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan. Prior to joining InfoMotion, Kevin spent nearly eight years at the University of Michigan developing nearly all aspects of InfoMotion’s core technology. He is one of the world’s foremost experts on applying MEMS inertial sensors to the measurement of sports motion, and he leads or is involved with all of the most advanced technology development that powers IST products. Kevin leads the engineering efforts at the Company’s facilities in Dublin, OH. Kevin earned his undergraduate degree from Villanova University.|
|Tarek Kamil most recently served as a VP of Interactive Games for Los Angeles-based FOX Sports. He oversaw all facets of the online gaming operations for the FoxSports.com Interactive Unit, including WhatIfSports.com based in Cincinnati. WhatIfSports.com was founded by Mr. Kamil in February, 2000 and sold to FOX Interactive Media in September, 2005. Prior
to leading the Interactive Games unit for FOX Sports, Tarek served as President/Founder of WhatIfSports.com, the Internet’s leader in sports simulation technology that grew to over 500,000 subscribers and partnered with some of the largest names in sports, including ESPN, Fox Sports, MLB, NBA and the NHL. In February of 2005, WhatIfSports was named Sports Site of the Year by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Science.
In addition to setting online strategy for InfoMotion, Tarek also serves to mentor a number of startup businesses, consult for collegiate athletic departments and serve as an advisory board member for companies such as Automated Insights, PowerHouse Sports, Sports Digital Dashboard and Golf Resources Ltd.
Tarek is a graduate of both the University of Dayton (1990) and the Xavier School of Business (1997) and was named as a finalist for the 2005 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.