BOARD OF DIRECTORS

John F. Cramer, III, M.D.

 

Dr. Cramer is a specialist in hospital based Internal Medicine, and practiced for 34 years at Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett, where he started and managed a large hospital team.  In the past he also served as Network Medical Director for Aetna U.S. Health Care.

 

He is on the clinical faculty of both medical schools in Washington, and is actively involved in teaching students.  He has a special interest in Health Care Systems and the economics of medicine.  He has had multiple medical experiences in the developing world, including India, Nepal, Thailand, and Ethiopia.

 

Dr. Cramer graduated with honors from Harvard College and received his MD from Harvard Medical School.  He subsequently obtained an MBA from the University of Washington.

Michele McCarthy


Michele McCarthy has more than 20 years of experience as a Certified Public Accountant and as a financial consultant.  She began her career with Ernst & Young as an Audit Specialist and then became a Litigation Specialist for Klewer & Sullivan, a company specializing in forensic accounting.  In 1993, McCarthy founded Michele McCarthy Consulting, a financial consulting firm

 

Ms. McCarthy was co-owner of a number of companies including Torrefazione Italia, DeLaurenti Specialty Food & Wine, and Pagliacci Pizza, Inc.  Presently, she is co-owner of Macrina Bakery, Columbia Pulp, LLC, and 6th Avenue South, LLC.

 

Ms. McCarthy previously served as Trustee and Finance Council Chair for Seattle Preparatory School, was Pastoral Assistant for Administration at St. Monica's Catholic Church and currently serves as Chief Financial Officer for Columbia Pulp, LLC.  She is also a board member for Casa Italia, an advisory committee member for the Archdiocese of Seattle, and a finance council member for Christ Our Hope Catholic Church.

 

Ms. McCarthy received her Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from Santa Clara University in 1989 and became a Certified Public Accountant in California in 1992.  

 
Rhonda F. Rhyne, M.B.A.

Rhonda Rhyne has spent the past 20 years in executive management for biotechnology and medical technology companies.  She has served as Chief Executive Officer, Chief Translational Officer and Board Director for Prevencio since August 2013. Previously, she served as Chief Operating Officer and then President of CardioDynamics, a publicly traded, innovative cardiovascular medical device company from 1996 to 2009.  The company was sold to Sonosite, Inc. (now Fujifilm Holdings Corp., OTCPK: FUJIY) in August 2009.

 

Ms. Rhyne served as Chief Executive Officer and Board Director for Culture Technology, Inc., a privately-held biotechnology company specializing in growing skin for severely burned patients from 1992 to 1995. 

 

Ms. Rhyne also founded Rhyne Life Sciences Consulting, a consultancy practice focused on emerging life science technologies. 

 

She has received numerous awards including Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year for Medical Products; Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 award for the 50 fastest-growing technology and life science companies in Southern California for successive nine years; San Diego Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business award; and Athena’s Pinnacle award for supporting women in bioscience business.

 

Ms. Rhyne has an MBA from The Anderson School of Management at University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and a Bachelor of Pharmacy from Washington State University.