Baha Zeidan – Azalea Health
Baha Zeidan, co-founder and CEO, provides the strategic direction for Azalea Health. Mr. Zeidan’s leadership ensures goals are both achieved and surpassed in the areas of customer service and experience, sales, profitability, and the overall company objectives. As the leading force behind new technology development, Mr. Zeidan acts as an ambassador; enabling the Azalea Team to forge ahead of industry standards and exceed expectations. He is also a strong proponent of Health IT, cloud computing, mobile development, device computing, and big data analytics. Additionally, Mr. Zeidan cultivates quality relationships with partners and shareholders that aid in the further advancement of Azalea Health. Though fostering external relationships is important, Mr. Zeidan also works to provide an upbeat work atmosphere where team members are empowered, enthusiastic, and driven to deliver top-notch results in their respective fields. He received his BS in Computer Science from Valdosta State University, and is currently pursuing his Masters degree in Information Technology Management with a focus in healthcare.
Stuart Bracken – Bioscape Digital
Stuart Bracken guides the strategic vision of Bioscape Digital, a next generation healthcare company fixing healthcare through cutting-edge tablet technology.
A serial entrepreneur, Mr. Bracken’s career to date includes co-founding four separate successful companies. With experience in Mobile, SAAS, and License models, Bracken previously co-founded CallMe!, a built for purpose human capital management company. Previously, Bracken was an early employee at Firethorn, a startup in the mobile commerce space, which was acquired by Qualcomm (QCOM). Bracken holds a Bachelors Degree in Business and Information Systems and a Masters in Accounting from Wake Forest University as well as an MBA from The Goizueta Business School at Emory University. Mr. Bracken is currently President of Goizueta’s Alumni Entrepreneurship Network and serves on the Goizueta Alumni board at Emory.