Lloyd Carney, M.S.
Lloyd is the former Brocade Chief Executive Officer and former member of the Brocade Board of Directors. As CEO, he was responsible for executing the company’s vision and strategy, "to lead the networking industry through its next phase of evolution defined by data center virtualization, cloud computing, and software networking."
Before joining Brocade, Lloyd was CEO and member of the board of directors at Xsigo Systems, a technology leader in the data center virtualization market with solutions for cloud computing and software-defined networking. Previous to that, he was CEO of Micromuse, Inc., a networking management software company which became an integral part of the IBM Tivoli framework. Lloyd served as the chief operating officer at Juniper Networks, president of the core IP, wireless Internet, and the enterprise divisions at Nortel Networks, and previously was the executive vice president and general manager of the Enterprise Business Unit at Bay Networks. He has served on the VISA Board of Directors since 2015.
Lloyd holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technology and earned a Master of Science degree in Applied Business Management from Lesley College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He has an Honorary PhD from the Wentworth Institute of Technology, where he serves on the Wentworth Board of Directors.
Lloyd’s current 2-Dooz Advisory Board efforts are focused on opportunity assessment and business development regarding Health-Tech.
Tony Clark, M.E.E.
Tony is a serial entrepreneur and a proven large company executive with a track record of starting and operating self sustaining business ventures.
A 25 year veteran of Silicon Valley, he brings 30 years of high tech and hands-on operational experience to his current role as Founder, Chairman and CEO of 2-Dooz Inc., where he is leading the product development of the company's Health-Tech Platform and the Emotion Mood Sensing Ring. Tony is also leading 2-Dooz’s cyber security, big data, cloud, and blockchain technology projects. He is a testifying expert witness for patent infringement and trade secrets cases, involving advanced computing and networking technologies.
Tony is the founder of 2-Dooz, Asteame Medical Devices and Villa Montage Systems. He previously held various executive management, product management and technology management positions at Bellcore (now part of Ericsson), SynOptics, Bay Networks and Nortel Networks. He held internships at IBM, Corning Glass and AT&T Information Systems (Bell Labs).
Tony received his BS Engineering and Masters of Engineering degrees from the school of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Cornell University. His graduate studies focused on computer architecture, data communications networks and robot control systems.
Tony is currently the Chairman of the 2-Dooz Advisory Board and is focused on projects regarding the Emotive Internet and Health-Tech.
Steve Fratini, Ph.D.
Steve is an expert on the management of telecommunications networks. He has led teams (within standards organizations) that have defined management interfaces and associated information models. Steve initiated and led the TM Forum work on Multi-Technology Operations System Interface (MTOSI) which is still in use today.
Most recently, as a virtualization standards manager for Ericsson, Steve provided technology innovation (several patent filings) and strategic direction with a focus on the virtualization technologies such as NFV and SDN. Steve has also held engineering positions at Bell Communications Research (Bellcore) and it successor (Telcordia), and was a Lead Architect at the TM Forum. In 2007, Steve was made a Distinguished Fellow in the TM Forum. He has also been a Senior Member of the IEEE since 2007.
Prior to his career in the telecommunications industry, Steve taught Mathematics at the college level.
Steve holds PhD and MS degrees in Mathematics from Drexel University, and a BS degree in Mathematics from St. Joseph’s University (Philadelphia).
Steve's 2-Dooz Advisory Board work is focused on alogorithms and blockchain requirements development regarding Health-Tech.
B. Sofia Jalilie, M.D.
Sofia is a family practitioner medical doctor. She became board certified in Family Practice medicine in 1994 and has been with her current practice, Blue Hills Medical Group, in Cupertino, CA since December of 1997. Sofia is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians. She is affiliated with El Camino Mt View Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, and the El Camino Los Gatos Hospitals.
Sofia enjoys being an integral part of a family’s health, especially regarding patient centered preventive and integrative care. She is a proactive adopter of healthcare technology, including systems, devices and procedures which help to increase the standard of care, to improve patient outcomes.
Sofia completed her undergraduate education at UC Davis, in Nutrition Science. She graduated from University of California, Irvine College of Medicine and completed her residency in Family Medicine at San Bernardino County Medical Center.
Sofia's 2-Dooz Advisory Board efforts are focused on problem identification and opportunity assessment regarding Health-Tech in general and integrative care in particular.
Bob Klessig, Ph.D.
Bob has more than 30 years of technology experience regarding data networking protocols for local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN). He is the current Editor at Large for the Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF) and is the MEF’s first Fellow. The MEF mission “is to accelerate the worldwide adoption of Carrier-class Ethernet networks and services.”
Bob is formerly of Bell Laboratories, Bellcore (now Telcordia), 3Com, Cisco and Telseon. His responsibilities included business development, standards definition, and data network architecture for Switch Multi-megabit Data Service (SMDS), Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), and metropolitan area Ethernet Service.
Bob has a BS Engineering degree from Case Western Reserve University (formerly Case Institute of Technology), a MS Electrical Engineering degree, and a Ph.D. Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences degree—the latter two degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. His graduate level research focused on Nonlinear Optimization Algorithms. He received two faculty appointments in EECS.
Leveraging his extensive background and experience regarding network architecture, Bob’s 2-Dooz Advisory Board work is focused on the definition of the company’s architecture for the delivery of hosted information technology services to small and medium business customers.
Liliana Nordbakk, B.A.
Liliana Nordbakk is a serial entrepreneur with twenty plus years of experience in business development and finance in the software industry. She built several companies in Europe and ran them from inception to an IPO or acquisition.
She co-founded NorCom Information Technologies AG in 1989 and took the company public at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in 1999. After the IPO Liliana severed as NorCom’s CFO and was also responsible for Mergers & Acquisitions and business development in the US. Later, as CEO, she engineered the successful turnaround of the company and oversaw its entry into the AI-software for autonomous vehicles business. Liliana formerly served as NorCom’s Chairman of the Board. She has been an Angel Investor since 2005, investing in companies in Germany and in the US. She is a member of Band of Angels, Life Science Angels and a managing partner of Motke Capital.
Liliana earned a business administration degree from AKAD Rendsburg, Germany. She is credentialed an Interpreter and speaks five languages. Liliana holds a BA Psychology degree from John F. Kennedy University.
Liliana’s current 2-Dooz Advisory Board efforts are focused on opportunity assessment and business development regarding the Emotive Internet and Health-Tech.
Brian Powell, B.S.M.E.
Brian has extensive expertise in mechanical and reliability engineering, including all phases of detailed feasibility studies, execution and commissioning in the mega-project arena. His more than 27 years of professional experience is highlighted by numerous international assignments, including multibillion dollar projects in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Norway.
Brian recently served as a Project Manager for the Environmental Sciences and Sustainable Technology Group of the Alcoa Technical Center with overall responsibility for the execution phase of scale-up R&D projects, which are disruptive in nature.
Brian’s experience base encompasses Front End Loading Phase I evaluations, risk / hazard assessments, estimation, business case development, construction supervision, start-up, and ramp up to steady state.
Brian holds a BS Mechanical Engineering degree from Cornell University.
Brian’s current 2-Dooz Advisory Board area of focus comprises industrial design, mechanical design, work break down structure, materials recommendations and manufacturability for the Mood Sensing Ring project.
John Yang, M.S.
John has over 25 years of technology and entrepreneurial experience regarding enterprise networking, storage, cloud, and IoT industries. He is an expert in system and software architecture and has successfully founded, built and led multiple business ventures, including the critical staffing and training of global engineering and development teams.
John is the founder and current CEO of ApeirOne. He formerly held executive roles at Fortunet PDC, Asoka, CyberTAN, Acute, and NewMedia. Earlier in his career, John led software engineering efforts at SynOptics, Bay Networks, and Villa Montage Systems.
John’s expertise includes identifying new market opportunities and bridging identified market requirements with successful product development and deployment.
John graduated from University of Florida with an M.S. in Electrical Engineering and received a B.S. from National Tsing-Hua University.
John's current 2-Dooz Advisory Board work is focused on CPE requirements for the delivery of hosted information technology services to small and medium business customers.