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David A. Rock

President and CEO

David Rock joined NovoDynamics in December 2004 as Chief of Software Operations, became President and COO in April 2005, and was named President and CEO in August 2005. Before joining NovoDynamics, David served as General Manager and Senior Director of Engineering for KinetDx Solutions, a business unit of Siemens Medical USA, which under his management achieved record revenues and received the 2003 Frost & Sullivan Market Penetration Award by capturing over 50 percent of the echocardiography PACS market. Prior to entering the medical industry at Acuson Corporation (which was acquired by Siemens in 1999), David performed neural network development as a Research Computer Scientist for the U.S. Government; he developed graphics software for LucasFilms, Ltd.; and he created a commercial programming language for generating computer-aided design (CAD) graphics. David has co-authored seven patents. He completed the Accelerated Business Management Program at the Emory University Goizueta Business School and holds a B.A. in Economics and Computer Analysis from Valparaiso University.

Robert A. Clark

Vice President – Automotive Industry

Bob Clark joined NovoDynamics in 2014, managing the Company’s NovoAnalytics automotive custom solution business. His team applies a consultative approach and custom tools to help organizations address “big data” challenges. Mr. Clark previously was with General Motors Corporation over a 35 year career comprising experience in field sales and service operations, warranty analysis, market analysis, corporate finance and planning, and vehicle distribution. His GM career included a 22 year span in which he held a series of executive positions including corporate planning, automotive components operations, vehicle brand marketing and aftersales parts & service. Mr. Clark has a Bachelor of Science degree from General Motors Institute (now Kettering University), and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

Kristin Marsh

Vice President – Finance

Kristin Marsh joined NovoDynamics in March 2005 and is the Vice President of Finance. In this role she oversees all aspects of the accounting and finance function. Ms. Marsh brings NovoDynamics the benefit of more than 13 years of finance and accounting experience in the software and technology industry. Before joining NovoDynamics, Ms. Marsh held the position of Corporate Controller for Aston Business Solutions, a Microsoft business applications provider. Prior to its sale to Geac Computer Corporation (now Extensity) in 2003, Ms. Marsh served as Corporate Controller and Chief Accounting Officer at Comshare, Inc., a publicly traded Corporate Performance Management software company. Ms. Marsh has worked in finance and accounting related positions since 1991, including five years in public accounting. She is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (FCA). Ms. Marsh received a B.A. in Chemistry from St. Olaf College and an M.B.A. from the University of Michigan Business School.

Steven G. Schlosser

Senior Scientist

Steven Schlosser has served as a Senior Scientist for NovoDynamics since the Company was founded.  In 1997, he co-founded Nonlinear Dynamics, one of the current organization’s predecessors.  During his career at NovoDynamics, he has assisted with the development and commercialization of the Company’s optical character recognition and document capture products, as well as contract R&D business developments. Most recently, he has managed the Company’s research collaboration with the University of Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care (M-CIRCC), which is driving development of the NovoHealth Predictive Analytics Healthcare Platform.  Prior to Nonlinear Dynamics, Steven served as Program Director, Research Manager and Department Head at the Environmental Research Institute of Michigan (ERIM) and Senior Scientist at Scipar, Inc.; at both organizations, he led and managed applied research and development of advanced information systems for government and military applications. He has co-authored numerous publications on medical and document imaging technology and materials development and, among other honors, received fellowships from the National Science Foundation and National Defense Education Act. Steven holds a PhD in Mathematics from the State University of New York at Buffalo and a BS in Physics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.