Charles Michael Yim
Charles Michael Yim
Founder & CEO
Charles Michael Yim
Founder & CEO

Charles Michael Yim is a 3x serial entrepreneur from Silicon Valley, that is passionate about inventing and building innovative products that consistently delight customers. He is a young veteran in the startup world with a proven track record of success. Charles is best known for being a Reality TV Star on ABC's Emmy Award winning show Shark Tank where he convinced all 5 celebrity Sharks to invest $1M together into Breathometer. Being the Founder and CEO of Breathometer, Charles is responsible for overall direction and product strategy. Most recently, Charles was Founder and CEO of Chatterfly from inception, to acquisition by Plum District, a Kleiner Perkins company. Under Charles' leadership and vision, Chatterfly was able to become one of the most influential neighborhood reward platforms in the mobile space starting from the ground floor. Prior to Chatterfly, Charles was the Founder of ProBuddy, where he teamed up with a senior engineer at Facebook to develop a local service provider recommendation engine. Prior to that, Charles played an integral role in business development at Fortify Software, later acquired by HP.

Before entering the software industry, Charles was heavily involved in a leadership role at Cintas Corporation as a Regional Six Sigma, where he was responsible for stream-lining business processes, business analytics, M&A and QA for the entire West Coast Operation within the Emerging Businesses Sector.

Charles has appeared on ABC's hit show Shark Tank and has been interviewed by TechCrunch Live, BBC, USA Today, MSNBC, Fox Business News, Wall Street Journal and prolific blogger Robert Scoble. Charles was nominated for Forbes' top 30under30 under Technology and a Champion of Change for Crowd-funding Entrepreneurs at the White House in 2013. Charles is the Managing Director of cMy Ventures, serves on the Board of Directors for FADD and Advisory Board of K Hotels. Charles has authored multiple patents in embedded systems and is currently writing his first book. Charles graduated with a B.S. in Business Economics from UC Riverside and from Stanford Graduate School of Business in the Executive Program.

Russ Harris
Russ Harris
Chief Operating Officer
Russ Harris
Chief Operating Officer

Russ has over 15 years in Executive Management positions in new venture start-ups as well as publicly traded companies. His roles have spanned all aspects of Operations, HW & SW Development, Supply Chain, Quality, Technical Support, & Professional Services.

Most recently Russ was the SVP of Operations at Echelon Corporation where he managed all manufacturing, quality, & supply chain for the product introduction and growth of the Smart Metering (IIOT) business. Under his watch, Echelon built, deployed, and supported millions (4M+) of Smart Meters throughout North America, Europe, and Russia. At the same time Echelon also sourced or manufactured, and deployed tens of millions (60M+) semi-conductors & transceivers to the LonWorks Building Automation (device networking) marketplace.

Previously Russ managed all the Operations, Technical Support & Professional Services for NetDynamics, a software start-up in the Application Server marketplace. As part of the original Executive team, Russ built from ground up all operational processes and staffing including corporate infrastructure to support NetDynamics through its formation to successful sale to Sun Microsystems in 1999.

Michael Golomb
Michael Golomb
Chief Financial Officer
Michael Golomb
Chief Financial Officer

Michael has over 20 years of senior management experience across a broad spectrum of industries, ranging from startups to large public corporations. He held a variety of senior management positions at technology start-ups and established corporations in the areas of Bitcoin/Blockchain, software/SaaS, hardware, semiconductor, manufacturing, and real estate. Michael has been involved in raising equity, IPO’s, M&A, and variety of public and private debt instruments.

Most recently, Michael was the first C-level executive/CFO and board member at BitFury, one of today's leading providers of transaction processing infrastructure that powers the Bitcoin / Blockchain digital network. During his tenure at BitFury, he led growth in company from seven employees/consultants to over 100; from one office to seven international locations; from almost no revenues to approximately nine figure annual audited run-rate with significant EBITDA and a solid base for significant growth in 2015/2016. Previously, he was Corporate Controller @$70M Silicon Valley’s VC-backed software security start-up, filling the S1/NASDAQ; a joint venture partner with Morgan Stanley in Europe; as CFO, he led a successful $2.1B IPO on the LSE; and a senior consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Michael received his M.Sc. in Management from Stanford Graduate School of Business, his MBA from Santa Clara University, and B.A. with double major in Economics and Diplomacy & World Affairs from Occidental College. He is also a CPA in California.

Tim Ratto
Tim Ratto
Chief Technology Officer
Tim Ratto
Chief Technology Officer
Tim leads the research and development efforts at Breathometer where he is responsible for identifying and validating the technology behind Breathometer’s new line of breath analysis products. He brings over 14 years of experience discovering and developing technologies across a wide range of products; including consumer health, energy and renewables, and industrial and military sensor products. Prior to Breathometer, Tim was the Senior Director of R&D at Adamant Technologies, an early stage Khosla-backed medical device start-up where he led the team that successfully developed a sensing platform for breath analysis. Tim has pushed technology forward throughout his career both as an entrepreneur (co-founder of Nanoasis, backed by Kleiner Perkins) and as a leading scientist (at Lawrence Livermore and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories) amassing over 70 patents and publications to date. Tim has a BS in Physics and a PhD in Biophysics both from UC Davis.
Matt Sammons
Matt Sammons
VP of Sales
Matt Sammons
VP of Sales
Matt is responsible for driving revenue and expansion of the Breathometer brand through all distribution channels and retail partnerships. Most recently, he served as the Vice President of Sales for BACtrack (a pioneer in the breathalyzer space), where he played a direct role in developing BACtrack from a single consumer product available on a couple of websites to broadening the entire BACtrack line of products to an assortment of over 10 models, on every major website, in multiple catalogs, and distributed in over 4,000 retail stores throughout the United States. Prior to his experience at BACtrack, Matt has held leadership positions with well known consumer electronic companies such as Casio and Delphi. Matt has played an integral role in the launch and success of many different consumer products and companies in his 18 plus years of sales experience. Throughout his career, Matt has built strong relationships with every major, regional, and specialty retailer worldwide.
Larry Arne
Larry Arne
Senior Director of Hardware
Larry Arne
Senior Director of Hardware

Larry leads hardware design at Breathometer, including electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and firmware development. He has 25 years experience developing medical and industrial instrumentation. Most recently Larry was Head of Wearables Development at Proteus digital health and was responsible for developing Proteus' wearable devices from concept into volume production. Larry has 15 years technical management experience covering disciplines such as EE, IC design, ME, SW/FW, and algorithms development. Larry holds as BS in Computer Science and Engineering from UCLA and has amassed 13 patents.

Mike Raftery
Mike Raftery
Senior Director of Manufacturing and Quality
Mike Raftery
Senior Director of Manufacturing and Quality

Mike has over 20 years experience in engineering and management. His roles have spanned a variety of areas including engineering, quality, operations, product development, and customer support.

Most recently Mike was Director of Corporate Quality and Manufacturing Engineering at Echelon Corporation, where he managed quality and manufacturing engineering for an extensive product line of semiconductors, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and Smart Meters. In Mike's tenure at Echelon, over 60 million devices were successfully deployed.

Previously Mike served in engineering and business process improvement roles supporting the core microprocessor business at Intel Corporation. He also filled several manufacturing, engineering, quality, customer support, and product development roles at Olin Corporation.

Mike holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Yale University, an M.S. in Chemical Engineering M.I.T., and an M.S. in Management (M.B.A) from M.I.T.

Sasha Firer
Sasha Firer
Corporate Controller
Sasha Firer
Corporate Controller
Sasha is a Controller for Breathometer. He has over 10 years of financial reporting experience in a variety of industries, including public accounting, software, professional services and semiconductor. Sasha has a proven track record of managing teams and addressing strategic, financial and operational goals. He has been involved in establishing and improving financial reporting functions in areas of internal controls, budgeting, forecasting, KPI’s, financial analysis and project management. Sasha streamlined financial and operational reporting processes by overseeing implementations of major ERP systems. Sasha holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley and is a Certified Public Accountant in the state of California.
Daniel Shein
Daniel Shein
Mobile Development Lead
Daniel Shein
Mobile Development Lead
Shein leads the mobile development at Breathometer. A full stack engineer with Product Management experience, he has has spent the last 15 years building consumer and enterprise products from the bottom up and has been designing and building mobile apps since the days of Symbian. He's lead teams and projects at Google, PrimeSense, Samsung, IDEO and more to successful products with large user base in mobile, TV and web.
Joe Xue
Joe Xue
Lead Mobile Engineer
Joe Xue
Lead Mobile Engineer
Joe brings a unique array of skills to Breathometer as a hybrid engineer between iOS/Android development and Quality Assurance. He's developed and launched multiple iOS and Android apps, including the social event planning iOS app ZookCity. Joe also brings extensive experience in the realm of Quality Assurance for Class II medical device companies such as Stryker and ArthoCare. Joe holds a BS in Biomedical Engineering with a double major Electrical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. He is also a Six Sigma Blackbelt with Regulatory Affairs Certification.
Sean Allen
Sean Allen
iOS Engineer
Sean Allen
iOS Engineer
Sean works on the iOS applications at Breathometer with a focus on UI/UX design. Prior to Breathometer, Sean was the Growth Lead for a recreational sports startup, Playpass. He also developed and launched FitHero, an iOS app that gamifies your daily step count. Sean previously served as a Petty Officer 2nd Class in the US Navy aboard the USS West Virginia. Sean holds a BS in Business Economics and a BS in Finance from Penn State University, Erie Campus.
Kevin Moy
Kevin Moy
iOS Engineer
Kevin Moy
iOS Engineer
Kevin is an iOS developer at Breathometer focusing on front end development. Previously, Kevin worked as the lead iOS developer at a social media startup, FreeLogue. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from UC Davis with a minor in technology management. Kevin has studied abroad in Tokyo and did competitive gymnastics.
Alex Yim
Alex Yim
Web Software Engineer
Alex Yim
Web Software Engineer
Alex is responsible for the web platform of Breathometer. He loves to shape the online consumer experience and has worked at startups and digital agencies building software and doing brand management for companies such as Gap and Visa. Most recently, he has launched an iPhone video editor named Dreamplay. Alex holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from UC Berkeley and a Management of Engineering & Innovation Certificate from Berkeley's CET program.
Jonathan Gallagher
Jonathan Gallagher
Senior Hardware Engineer
Jonathan Gallagher
Senior Hardware Engineer
Jon brings to Breathometer a wealth of knowledge in industrial design and development of hardware products. Most recently, Jon was a mechanical design engineer with Kleenspeed Technologies, an electric vehicle company stationed at the Nasa Ames Research Center, dedicated to advancing the Smart Energy sector though cutting edge lithium energy solutions. Jon's areas of expertise are Energy Storage, Electric Propulsion, and Vehicle Integration, with a focus on miniaturization of the necessary embedded systems to yield solutions with highest possible energy and power content per unit weight and volume. Jon was instrumental in developing multiple patents while at Kleenspeed. Additionally, Jon also helped develop the company's R&D platform, which took shape and form as an electric race car. This moving laboratory was subject to many hours of testing and actual, real-world competitions. It set numerous track records and won 1st place trophies 4 consecutive years, with the objective to serve as a tool for technology transfer to the commercial sector. Jon graduated from the City College of New York in Mechanical Engineering, where he was President of the Society of Automotive Engineers.
Royal Wang
Royal Wang
Senior R&D Engineer
Royal Wang
Senior R&D Engineer
Royal brings to Breathometer a wide variety of experience in polymer science and real time diagnostic biosensors. Royal is responsible for improving current Breathometer products and to expand upon Breathometer's innovative breath analysis platform. Most recently, Royal was a R&D Engineer at Glint Photonics designing and prototyping numerous optical microfluidic devices. Prior to that, he worked at Adamant Technologies creating and maintaining complex gas-delivery systems, synthesizing metal oxide sensors for breath analysis, and developing new product roadmaps. He has also consulted for several start-up companies designing lab-on-a-chip platforms for point-of-care applications, developing label free bio-assays and providing services for thin film depositions. He also conducted extensive BioMEMS research with published work in both electrochemical sensors and bio-materials. Royal holds a B.S. and a M.S. in Biomedical Engineering both from University of California at Davis.
Ellery Wong
Ellery Wong
R&D Test Engineer
Ellery Wong
R&D Test Engineer
Ellery brings to Breathometer a wide set of experience in machine testing, prototype development and health monitoring. He is responsible for improving current Breathometer products and testing future designs. He previously worked at Newport Corporation as a Metrology intern calibrating precise motion controlled stages to customer specifications. He attended the University of California, Irvine where he was part of a design team which successfully created a prototype that reduced passive hand tremors in laparoscopic surgery by 80%. Prior to that, he was involved in researching glucose monitoring using Raman Spectroscopy. Ellery graduated from the Univeristy of California, Irvine where he received his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering with a specialization in Biophotonics and a minor in Materials Science Engineering.
Ivan Geng
Ivan Geng
Supplier Quality Engineer
Ivan Geng
Supplier Quality Engineer

Ivan leads quality engineering efforts and is responsible for establishing Quality Management Systems for Breathometer. He brings his unique experience in both Medical Device and Consumer Industries. Prior to joining Breathometer, Ivan was a Manufacturing Engineer at Teleflex Medical developing Arrow GPSCath Balloon Dilatation Catheter. Ivan managed R&D pilot line and was in charge of new product introduction projects. He was also a key member of the Supplier Quality Engineering team at Tesla Motors where he efficiently managed suppliers and drove multiple quality improvement projects to ensure the innovative Model S successfully ramped up production.

Ivan achieved his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from University of Shanghai for Science and Technology and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Columbia University.

Yvette Gomez
Yvette Gomez
Operations and Customer Service Manager
Yvette Gomez
Operations and Customer Service Manager

Yvette Gomez comes to Breathometer with a wealth of experience in Operations. Yvette is responsible for Breathometer's Supply Chain, Operations and Customer Service Departments. She brings over 9+ years experience in Service Planning, New Product Development & Production Planning, Supply Chain Management and Process Improvement. She is trained in Six-Sigma Manufacturing and Lean Sigma certified.

Yvette also possesses over 6 years of Customer Service Experience in the Bio-Tech, Medical Device and Astronomy Manufacturing industries.

Kenton Ngo
Kenton Ngo
Senior Project Engineer
Kenton Ngo
Senior Project Engineer
Kenton brings over a decade of consumer product, hardware engineering and project management experience to Breathometer. Prior to joining, Kenton was a part of the Monster Cable dream team that was behind the creation of the revolutionary and commercially successful Beats by Dre. Kenton is thoroughly versed in product development from the conception phase and throughout the entirety of the product life cycle. Kenton was key in developing specifications and requirements for products that fell under the headphone and power categories while at Monster Cable. He constantly drove multiple projects to completion simultaneously while managing relationships with key vendors to get product to market on time. Kenton graduated with a B.S. in Biochemistry from UC Davis and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering from San Francisco State University.
Natalia Dugandzic
Natalia Dugandzic
Office Manager and Executive Assistant
Natalia Dugandzic
Office Manager and Executive Assistant

Natalia Dugandzic, a Bay Area native, joins Breathometer as an Office Manager and Executive Assistant. She brings with her extensive experience in project management and executive support for several of the world’s leading media companies such as Walt Disney Studios, Walt Disney Music Group, Warner Music Group, Live Nation and United Business Media as well as direct production and operational support for global artists, Z-Trip and Kenna.

Natalia holds a B.A. in Communications from Saint Mary’s College of California and is also a Yoga Alliance certified Yoga teacher.

Sonny Vu
Sonny Vu
CEO Misfit Wearables
Sonny Vu
CEO Misfit Wearables
Sonny is the CEO of Misfit Wearables and is best known for designing highly wearable computing products, including the Shine, an elegant activity monitor (Red Dot & A' Design Awards). Sonny was also the Founder and CEO of AgaMatrix, makers of the world's first iPhone-connected hardware medical device (Red Dot & GOOD Design Awards). Built AgaMatrix from a two-person start-up to shipping 15+ FDA-cleared medical device products, 1B+ biosensors, 3M+ glucose meters for diabetics. Worked at Microsoft Research on machine learning and linguistic technologies. Sonny earned his PhD from MIT.
Nadeem Kassam
Nadeem Kassam
Founder / CEO BioBeats
Nadeem Kassam
Founder / CEO BioBeats
Nadeem is a wellness champion, founder of Basis Science which created the most advanced health tracker in the world and in March 2014 Basis was acquired by Intel and became an integral part of their New Devices Group. Nadeem is the visionary behind BioBeats and our concentration on heart data. He was recently inducted into StartupHealth's inaugural class of Healthcare Transformers. He has spent the better half of the last decade running Zynik Capital, which focuses on start-ups and organizations with high growth potential.
Ariel Braunstein
Ariel Braunstein
Chief Product Officer at Lytro Inc.
Ariel Braunstein
Chief Product Officer at Lytro Inc.
Ariel Braunstein is a product-focused entrepreneur with passion for innovation and stellar products. Ariel is currently the Co-Founder and CEO of Knowmia, a video platform for education. He has a long track record of building consumer software and hardware businesses including gaming platforms, ecommerce websites and consumer electronics. Ariel was Co-Founder and Head of Products at Pure Digital Technologies, which developed the iconic Flip Video line of pocket camcorders that became a social phenomenon, sold 7MM units in under 4 years, generated over $1B in revenue and won IDSA’s Design of the Decade Award for “Most Appealing Consumer Solution.” In 2009 Pure Digital was acquired by Cisco where Ariel served as the Head of Products for Cisco Consumer Products and oversaw an $800MM product portfolio including Flip Video, networking devices and software from Linksys, Pure Networks and other consumer brands. Previously Ariel ran Interact Inc., a gaming platform startup out of Israel and led product development for FamilyWonder.com which was later sold to Sega of Japan.
Martina Lauchengco
Martina Lauchengco
Partner, SVPG
Martina Lauchengco
Partner, SVPG
Martina advises companies on how to use marketing and products to meet their strategic goals. Her multi-disciplinary approach pulls from 19 years of experience in executive positions in product marketing, corporate marketing, consumer portal businesses, and as a chief-of-staff to the CEO at companies including Microsoft, Netscape, AOL and Loudcloud/Opsware. Martina has helped contribute to several industry leading products, but she is best known for her work leading marketing - first for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Office, and later for the Netscape Browser, two of the most successful software products of all time. She left to join Netscape in its early days, doing first product marketing for the Netscape Browser and eventually leading the product management teams defining Netscape’s client applications. Her final role at Netscape was leading its consumer portal business. Martina then followed several executives, including Netscape co-founder Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz, to Loudcloud/Opsware (acquired by HP) where she led the marketing team prior to becoming the CEO's Chief of Staff. Martina is also a Marketing Lecturer for the UC Berkeley Engineering Leadership Masters Program. Martina earned her B.A. in Political Science and M.A. in Organizational Behavior from Stanford University.
Dr. Griffeth Tully
Dr. Griffeth Tully
Medical Device Advisor
Dr. Griffeth Tully
Medical Device Advisor
Dr. Griffeth “Griff” Tully M.D. is the Chief Medical Officer at Breathometer. Dr. Tully has 14 years of experience in the medical device industry. Prior to Breathometer he served as Chief Medical Officer of Silk Road Medical, Inc. as well as Chief Medical Officer of Velomedix, Inc. Dr. Tully joined Velomedix from Boston Scientific Corporation where he served as Medical Director from 2001 to 2009 where, in addition to his senior management roles, his therapeutic focus areas included interventional cardiology, acute ischemic stroke, and cardiac arrest. Previously, Dr. Tully served as Medical Director of Embolic Protection Incorporated, which was acquired by Boston Scientific in 2001. Dr. Tully is a licensed and board certified emergency physician and holds an M.D. from New York Medical College and a B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley.
Mark Cuban
Mark Cuban
Mark Cuban

Mark Cuban is a highly successful entrepreneur and investor who founded HDNet, Broadcast.com and MicroSolutions. He has also been an investor in startups, including Mahalo, JungleCents.com, motionloft.com, Filesanywhere.com, Naked Pizza and 140Fire.com. Named a winner of the GQ "Men of the Year" in 2006 and included in the New York Times Magazine's "Year in Ideas," Mark is recognized as being among the most influential people in both the cable and sports industries.

Mark is best known for his purchase of the Dallas Mavericks on January 4, 2000. Under his leadership, the team's home games have become a total entertainment experience. Despite initial criticism, he added much more to the usual game-day experience by introducing original video content, advanced technology and unique entertainment options like the Mavericks ManiAACs. His successful efforts have brought a sense of pride and passion to the fans. Prior to his purchase of the Mavericks, Mark co-founded Broadcast.com, the leading provider of multimedia and streaming on the Internet. Broadcast.com was sold to Yahoo! Inc. in July 1999 for $6.5 billion dollars. MicroSolutions, a leading national systems integrator, was co-founded by Mark and partner Martin Woodall in 1983 and later sold to CompuServe.

Daymond John
Daymond John
Daymond John

As CEO and president, Daymond guided FUBU to a staggering $350 million in revenues in 1998, placing it in the same stratosphere as such designer sportswear labels as Donna Karan New York and Tommy Hilfiger. Over the last 16 years, Daymond has evolved into more than a fashion mogul. In 2007 the street-smart businessman penned his first book, Display of Power: How FUBU Changed a World of Fashion, Branding & Lifestyle, which was named one of the best business books of 2007 by the Library Journal.

Known as the "Godfather of Urban Fashion," Daymond is regarded as one of the most sought-after branding experts and keynote speakers in fashion and business today. With multiple business ventures on his resume, Daymond can be seen sharing his knowledge and business genius on numerous business and entertainment television programs.

Lori Greiner
Lori Greiner
Lori Greiner

Lori Greiner started with one idea and turned it into a multi-million dollar international brand. She is now regarded as one of the most prolific inventors of retail products, having created over 400 products, and holds 115 U.S. and international patents. A well-known celebrity personality on QVC-TV, Greiner has hosted her own show, Clever & Unique Creations by Lori Greiner, for over 15 years.

Greiner's cleverly designed products cover a large range, as she is constantly adding new items. From kitchen tools, travel bags and unique accessories to must-have organizers for the home, her products are enjoyed by men and women alike. She is known for creating some of the most popular jewelry and cosmetic organizers of her time. Her inspiration comes from her passion to bring happiness to people by making their everyday lives easier. Her products are sold on QVC and in retailers across the U.S. and in Europe.

Kevin O'Leary
Kevin O'Leary
Kevin O'Leary

Kevin O'Leary's success story starts where most entrepreneurs begin: with a big idea and zero cash. From his basement, he launched SoftKey Software Products. As sales took off, Kevin moved to headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts and went on an industry consolidating acquisition binge. From 1995 to 1999 he bought out almost every one of his software competitors, including Mindscape, Broderbund and the Learning Company in the industry's first vicious public hostile battle. Shareholders loved his take-no-prisoners, cost cutting style and fueled him with billions to do his deals.

In 1999 Kevin sold his company to the Mattel Toy Company for a staggering 3.7 billion dollars, one of the largest deals ever done in the consumer software industry. To keep his money working hard, he took control of his wealth from his lackluster money managers and founded his own mutual fund company, O'Leary Funds. He raised hundreds of millions of dollars from investors who share his "get paid while you wait" yield oriented, value investing philosophy. He shares his tips and tribulations with a national television audience and turns The Street upside down in the process.

As a self-proclaimed "Eco-preneur," Kevin looks hardest for investments that make money - and are environmentally friendly. When he's not squeezing the market from his office in West Palm Beach, he travels the world looking for new opportunities to deploy his capital. He is a founding investor and director of Stream Global, an international business outsourcing company. He is on the investment committee of Boston's prestigious 200-year-old Hamilton Trust, and is the chairman of O'Leary Funds. He also serves on the executive board of The Richard Ivey School of Business.

Robert Herjavec
Robert Herjavec
Robert Herjavec
Robert Herjavec has lived the classic "rags to riches" story. The son of Croatian immigrants, he earned his incredible wealth by overcoming the odds with pure hard work and intuition. He remembers how his mother, who could barely speak English, lost the family savings to a smooth-talking vacuum salesman. Since then, Robert vowed he would never let his family be taken advantage of again. In the early '90s, Robert eked out a living waiting tables at a posh Yorkville restaurant. During the initial stages of the dot com craze, he realized that technology was the ticket to serious money. By night, he launched BRAK systems, his first technology company, which is now worth a reported $100 million dollars. He sold his company to AT&T in 2000, but that was only the start. Robert then helped negotiate the sale of another technology company to Nokia for $225 million. Instead of retiring with his cash, he now heads The Herjavec Group, a leading IT security and infrastructure integration firm.