Board of Directors

 

Robert Lorenzo, MD

Dr. Ldr-boborenzo will serve as the Chief Medical Officer (CMO).  Robert L Lorenzo, MD, a native of West Virginia, is a graduate of West Virginia School of Medicine. He served his milit
ary obligation in the US Army and US Public Health Service after completion of a 1-year internship.  He was stationed in a remote US Public Health Service Hospital in Alaska, with broad general medical and surgical experience while on duty.  Upon completion of his tour of duty, he completed a general radiology residency at SUNY at Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, NY.  His Fellowship followed at Temple University St. Christopher’s Hospital for Sick Children in Philadelphia, Pa, under the guidance of his mentors, Marie Capitanio, MD and John A Kirkpatrick, Jr. MD.

His career as a pediatric radiologist began at Georgetown University Hospital, followed by a staff position at Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC, where he was Associate Professor of Radiology until 1982.

He then accepted a position as staff pediatric radiologist at Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital in Atlanta, GA from 1983 until 1996.

He held the position of Assistant Professor of Radiology at Emory University in the department of Pediatric Radiology at CHOA at Egleston Children’s Hospital until his retirement in January 2014.

Dr. Lorenzo has authored or co-authored more than 28 peer-reviewed publications and the recipient of the John Caffey Award for the best clinical science paper presented at the 48th annual meeting of the Society for Pediatric Radiology.

Rebecca DeLegge, MSBE

RebBecky DeLeggeecca DeLegge will serve as the consulting Chief Engineer Officer.  Ms. DeLegge is the CEO and BioEngineer of DeLegge Medical located in Mount Pleasant, SC.  Becky DeLegge teams with husband Gastroenterologist (and former Director of Digest Disease at MUSC), Mark DeLegge to design, develop and consult on important devices and issues in GI / Surgical Field. Areas of focus include obesity, enteral feeding, stenting and physician education. The education portion of this business uses explants (recovered and purchased from USDA facility) for teaching physicians endoscopic and surgical procedures. Specialties: Patents in catheters, memory wire devices, enteral feeding, and obesity.

Mavis Huger, JD

Mavhugeris G. Huger will serve as the consultant attorney.  She is a partner with Counts & Huger Law Firm and a corporate attorney with over 14 years of in-house and law firm experience. Her practice focuses on general corporate work including business transactions, corporate finance and corporate governance. Ms. Huger also serves as outside General Counsel for businesses. Prior to joining Counts & Huger, Ms. Huger served as the General Counsel of TS Investment Holding Corp. (f/k/a Third Solutions, Inc.), a software technology company, and served on its board of directors from 2008-2013. Prior to TS Investment, Ms. Huger served as the Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Ethics Officer of Polypore International, Inc. (NYSE: PPO), a publicly traded filtration technology company with operations in the U.S., Europe and Asia. In that role, she helped the company achieve a successful initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange.  Prior to joining Polypore, Ms. Huger served as the Associate General Counsel of Polymer Group, Inc., a global manufacturer of nonwovens with sales revenues of over $1 billion. Prior to joining Polymer Group, Ms. Huger was an Associate in the New York office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. Her practice there included representation of Fortune 500 companies and focused on mergers and acquisitions and general corporate work. Ms. Huger holds a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.