Solo Technology Holdings, LLC
Board of Advisors
Jeffrey I. Hermann, Co-Chairman, Board of Advisors
Mr. Hermann held various management roles in Global Telecommunications before starting his first private venture in 1992 as the CEO of MTX Communications Corporation, a NY based nationwide voice and data long distance telephone company. The business was ultimately acquired by a publicly traded cellular telephone company to strengthen the overall shareholder value.
Following the sale of Mr. Hermann’s telecom business, he returned to his roots and entered the computer software industry. Over the next 15 years, Mr. Hermann went on to a successful software career, holding key positions with Computer Associates, Business Objects (an SAP company), Oracle, salesforce.com and Adobe Systems.
Mr. Hermann is the Founder and CEO of Solo Technology Holdings, LLC and currently lives in the NY metropolitan area with his wife Lisa, their son and daughter, and is a member of Mensa International.
Mitchell T. Danzig, Co-Chairman, Board of Advisors
In 2006, Mr. Danzig was selected by Deutsche Bank to be the Global COO for the Investment Banking Operations Division where he oversaw the operations for over 10,000 onshore and offshore staff. By 2009, Mr. Danzig was Deputy COO for the Investment Bank focused on over $6.0B of expenses and all related infrastructure service level agreements. Mr. Danzig, by now well known for his operational excellence within the bank, in 2013 was asked to become the Head of the Critical Infrastructure Program which concentrated on delivering regulatory compliance for the bank in North America working closely with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York examiners on all aspects of sustainable and consistent compliance with all of the new and complex regulatory rules governing the bank.
Mr. Danzig currently serves as a Board Member of Bottom Line, a non-profit organization helping low income, first generation students get into college, graduate from college and meet their full potential in life. Mr. Danzig has a long family history with a strong lineage and tradition of helping people. His father has been a prominent social worker for 40 years and his mother has been an influential teacher and fund raiser for both the American Heart Association and American Cancer Society. Mr. Danzig is a graduate of the University of Michigan concentrating on Accounting and Business Management. He currently lives in the New York metropolitan area with his wife Allison and their three sons.
Sean P. Kelley, Technology Advisor
Currently, Sean is the Founder and Managing Partner of the 1125group Inc, a management consultancy focused on technology advisory, development and investments.
Preceding 1125group, Sean had dual roles at Deutsche Bank AG. As Global CIO he was responsible for technology and operations for the $600B Asset Management division (DeAM). As the head of the Platform Services Group (PSG) he was responsible for envisioning, architecting and engineering all middle-ware and application developer services across the Bank globally. Sean was named chairman of the Enterprise Cloud Leadership Council (ECLC) in May 2010 and was a founding member of the Open Data Center Alliance (ODCA) who are working the standardization of emerging cloud services.
Prior to DeAM, Sean was CEO of SecurTour, a software firm focused on first-responder solutions for the Homeland Security market. He was also Global CTO for the Asset Management division of Merrill Lynch (MLIM) and was responsible for the transformation of its 750-person technology department and platform into an integrated product and services organization.
Sean joined Merrill Lynch in 1999 after a 16-year career at Morgan Stanley where he was a Managing Director in IT leading a 400-plus person technology organization. He briefly left Morgan Stanley in 1992 to direct new technology efforts at Wells Fargo Nikko Investment Advisors (now BGI) but returned to the firm in 1994 to assist in the technology department’s rebuild.
Sean undertook MBA studies at New York University and received his BS in Finance and Operations Research from Marquette University. Sean and his two children currently reside in the Jupiter, Florida.
Robert M. Stutman, Drug Enforcement Advisor
Bob Stutman made a 25-year career as one of America’s highest profile DEA Special Agents. As head of DEA’s largest office in the world, Bob became so visible, Pablo Escobar had targeted him for assassination.
Considered to be one of the nation’s top experts on drugs and called “The most famous narc in America” by New York Magazine, Mr. Stutman has received numerous awards and honors for his work throughout the United States as well as internationally from the governments of many other foreign countries.
Bob has been featured on hundreds of television shows across national news and programming networks. He has been a drug consultant for both CBS and PBS News and has also been a drug consultant for a number of blockbuster films and original network programming series.
In 1990, Mr. Stutman established The Stutman Group, a Management Consulting firm that presents approximately 140 speeches a year, providing substance abuse prevention programs to Medical & Dental Professionals, Colleges, Parents, Communities, School Administrators and meets with thousands of students across the country each year.
Judge Jodi Debbrecht Switalski, Prescription Drug Compliance Advisor
As a former Metro Detroit felony prosecutor with a perfect trial record involving mostly violent crimes, Judge Jodi has witnessed first-hand, the devastating effects surrounding interpersonal violence, substance abuse and dependency within our families, our children and our communities.
Appointed by the Governor of Michigan to the bench in 2010, Judge Jodi immediately became a leader in the fight against synthetic drugs and the opioid epidemic.
Soon to be assuming a partnership role with The Stutman Group, Jodi now serves as a partner in the highly respected law firm Giarmarco, Mullins & Horton, specializing in family law and medical malpractice. Among numerous other endeavors, she serves on Michigan’s State Drug Treatment Court Advisory Board and founded the North Oakland County Veterans Treatment Court.
Recently, she was unanimously selected to receive the first ever, state wide “Integrity in our Communities” Award from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Judge Jodi has numerous publications including the recent, “Your Name is on the Bottle” and she is a featured speaker at the 2016 International Conference on Opioids.