Harvey Kaye, Chairman of the Board

Mr. Kaye has more than 30 years of experience in providing financing, strategic planning and administrative leadership to large and small companies, both public and private, as an entrepreneur, investment banker, chairman, chief executive officer and director. Mr. Kaye was formerly founder, chairman, chief executive officer and president and CEO of Latitude Solutions, Inc. Latitude Solutions, Inc., is a publicly traded holding company for several subsidiaries which provide products, processes and services for contaminated water applications. He was previously CEO and President of Gulfstream Capital, L.C., a merchant banking, consulting and financial advisory organization that provides advisory and corporate finance services to both public and private companies. Gulfstream has acted in a merchant banking, financial advisory and strategic planning capacity for numerous corporations, both public and private. Mr. Kaye has a BS in business from Temple University.

 


 

Richard Godwin, Director

Mr. Godwin has been very active in the U.S. Space Exploration field and is considered an expert on national space policy; to that end he has testified at a U.S. Senate Roundtable. He was called to attend a high-level national policy group to assist in the design of America’s space policy in the wake of the Columbia Space Shuttle disaster. More recently, Richard has been sub-contracted as a business development consultant for SpaceX, working on their nascent DragonLab program. His consultancy company clients include businesses in Bio-Tech, online publishing, science, STEM education, space and alternative energy engineering as well as a variety of marketing arenas. Mr. Godwin has a long history as an entrepreneur. He has founded, built, and successfully sold companies in the UK, Canada and the U.S. over the past 30 years. Notable achievements in the UK include the creation of a small restaurant chain in the late 70’s, which he quickly grew and sold for a profit. At the age of 26, Godwin purchased a 24-bedroom country manor estate, increased the business revenues by a factor of 40, and sold the business only a year later. He next purchased a small division of Thorn EMI, Plc, in London. Again, he grew and sold the company for substantial profit in just three years. After moving to America in 1987, while appointed senior, exclusive broker for one of Mitsubishi Corporation’s Divisions, he identified and developed another niche industry. Later, he founded a compact disc import company in the Chicago area; he developed and grew this organization, which rapidly became the largest import distributor of recorded music in the U.S. with annual sales of over thirty million dollars (US$ 30,000,000.00). From there, he was able to create several sub-companies, as a part of a small conglomerate, including three record labels and a book publishing company, which he still owns today.

Forty years experience in applied research, botany, biology, physics, nutrition, biochemistry and discoveries associated with health, disease, plant and biological sciences and technologies. Author, International consulting scientist and science consultant. Research and discovery of novel chemistries, processes, and materials to diagnose, treat, cure, and prevent disease. Expertise and research in the biological principals governing the bio-availability of nutrients essential to living organisms.

 


 

John W. Kennedy, Director

Forty years experience in applied research, botany, biology, physics, nutrition, biochemistry and discoveries associated with health, disease, plant and biological sciences and technologies. Author, International consulting scientist and science consultant. Research and discovery of novel chemistries, processes, and materials to diagnose, treat, cure, and prevent disease. Expertise and research in the biological principals governing the bio-availability of nutrients essential to living organisms.

John Kennedy after 18 years with USDA founded John Wayne Kennedy Consultants and has represented and supported programs of over 90 companies in 19 countries worldwide. Kennedy represented the Government of Mexico on Avocado crop importation into the U.S., the National Agricultural Chemical Association, the US Forest Service, and other agricultural groups on pesticide issues. He introduced GPS aerial application technologies for guidance of aircraft on spray programs to the USDA and was contracted by the State of California to author manuals on GPS and Sat-Loc spray system use. Work with satellite imaging technologies via connections to NASA and private satellite builders, with application for inventory and classification of vegetation, land and aquatic species. Federal Inspector in New York, Chicago and Hoboken, New Jersey in USDA before being promoted to the Assistant Director of the Methods Laboratory, USDA that conducted research concerning treatments for insect and plant diseases. He authored several publications including the "Plant Protection and Quarantine Treatment Manual" on insect and plant treatments for all imported products. Promoted to Hyattsville (now Riverdale) as a Staff Officer in charge of Gypsy Moth, Japanese beetle and working on the Med. Fly, etc. Staff Officer in charge of the eradication of isolated infestations of the gypsy moth around the country including California (San Jose). Author of the original Japanese and Med Fly Environmental Impact Statement with contributions to the Gypsy Moth EIS, Bio-control, and Boll Weevil Eradication Statements. Education: University of Wisconsin - Madison – Natural Sciences (degree Botany) and advanced studies at New York City (Entomology, Plant Pathology, Nematology.) concerning quarantine pests. As Founder of ZGSI - Holds multiple patents pending for on-orbit processing of plant, animal, and human undifferentiated cells on orbit.

 


 

Patrick Kennedy, Director

Mr. Kennedy is a consultant, currently managing public relations coordination, data, websites and collateral material for The Williams Investment Companies. From May 2000 to June 2007 Mr. Kennedy was the President of American Natural Technology Sciences, Inc.; Mr. Kennedy has forty-five years of business experience involving a wide range of skills, including business development, trade, finance, marketing and sales. He has negotiated, marketed and consummated over one billion dollars of sales volume. Patrick possesses valuable industry contracts and has been directly responsible for negotiations and structuring of marketing and product distribution. Other skills include creative application, writing capabilities including; corporate collateral materials, critical letters and advertising/media approaches. Mr. Kennedy is well versed in; corporate issues, military & industry form requirements and he is capable of writing and presenting business plans, marketing plans, spreadsheet projections etc. Mr. Kennedy has completed international trade/financial instrument course work with Orient Pacific Shipping and with the Chase Manhattan Bank. From 1977 to 2000 Mr. Kennedy successfully owned and operated oil companies.

 


 

Ed Cowle, Director

Following a ten year career on Wall Street, Ed Cowle has been starting, financing and advising small businesses for the past 20 years Mr. Cowle is a Founder, Director and former Chief Executive Officer of US Rare Earths, Inc. (USRE) since 2009 and previously Chief Executive Officer of its predecessor, Thorium Energy, Inc., since 2007. USRE is an exploration and development company with substantial rare earth and thorium deposits in Idaho, Montana and Colorado. Ed was a Founder and remains a Director and principal shareholder of Laser Technology, Inc., the world leader in sales of laser based law enforcement speed guns, and laser applications for products in the sports optics industry. He has also worked closely with the Office of Industrial Liaison at New York University Medical School, investing in and incubating several technologies. Ed Cowle structured a lucrative licensing deal with C. R. Bard for a start-up company that he co-founded with Temple University Office of Technology Development and Commercialization. Mr. Cowle was a founding shareholder and investor in Biophan Technologies, Inc. and worked closely with management to develop business, financing and investor awareness. The company subsequently licensed and sold its technology to Boston Scientific and Medtronic. The core product is currently being sold to the medical community by Medtronic. Ed Cowle was a founder of Golf Technologies, Inc., the owner and manufacturer of the "Snake Eyes" brand of golf equipment and apparel. The company was bought by Golfsmith who currently sells the Snake Eyes line of products. Ed formerly served as Senior Vice President Investments for Paine Webber and Co. and Vice President at Bear Stearns and Co. He graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 1978 with a BA in English and American studies. Ed is an active Director in the World Wide Children's Organization of New York and is a Director of the Children's International Obesity Foundation, both 501 (c )(3) organizations.

 


 

Deworth Williams, Director

 

Mr. H. Deworth Williams is the owner of Williams Investment Company, a Salt Lake City, Utah financial consulting firm and has been a financial consultant for more than thirty-five years. During this time, Mr. Williams has been instrumental in facilitating several mergers, acquisitions, business consolidations and underwritings.