CareCloud’s executive leadership consists of experienced entrepreneurs and health IT experts whose vision and unwavering dedication are transforming the industry.

CareCloud’s Board of Directors is elected by the shareholders to keep the organization’s mission, values, and vision at the forefront of the Company’s operations. The Board oversees CareCloud’s business affairs with the utmost integrity and works with management to establish the Company’s strategic direction. With a strong sense of fiduciary duty, our Board ensures that shareholder interests are maintained at all times.

Promod Haque

Managing Partner for Norwest Venture Partners
Mr. Haque has more than 20 years of experience in the venture capital industry and currently serves as managing partner at Norwest Venture Partners (NVP). He joined NVP in 1990, and has invested in more than 60 companies since he began his venture career, producing nearly $30B in exit values to date. More than 20 of his portfolio companies have gone public and nearly 35 have been acquired (or have gone public and been acquired). Mr. Haque was ranked as a top investor on the annual Forbes Midas List for nine years, and in 2004, Forbes named him as the #1 venture capitalist based on performance over the previous decade. In 2006, he was presented with a Global Leadership award from NASSCOM, and he was recently honored with the 2011 SV Forum Visionary Award based on his outstanding achievements and contributions to the technology industry. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Delhi, India. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management, where he serves on the advisory board.

Christopher Heinz

Senior Vice President at PNC Bank
Chris is a Senior Vice President at PNC Bank and leads the organization’s external Fintech investment program and strategy development. Previously, Chris worked for 20 years in private equity and venture capital, including Rosemont Capital, which he founded and led as Chairman. Mr. Heinz has served on the board of various private companies and non-profit institutions, including the Heinz Family Endowments, the St. Paul's School, the East Harlem School, the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association, the Carnegie Mellon School of Public Policy and the Navy SEAL Foundation. Mr. Heinz received a B.A. in History from Yale University and an M.B.A. from Harvard University.

Stewart Gollmer

Managing Director of Tenaya Capital
Mr. Gollmer is a Managing Director of Tenaya Capital. He initially joined the predecessor to Tenaya (Lehman Brothers Venture Partners) in 2001, and co-founded Tenaya in 2009. Previously, Mr. Gollmer was a member of Lehman Brothers’ Technology Investment Banking group, where he was responsible for corporate finance and strategic advisory assignments. Prior to joining Lehman Brothers, he was a corporate attorney. Mr. Gollmer’s current investments include CareCloud, Kodiak Networks, Overture Networks, SilkRoad Technologies, ThreatMetrix and Tealium. Prior investments include Cast Iron Systems (acquired by IBM), comScore (NASD: SCOR), Cyan (NYSE:CYNI), Health Language (acquired by Wolters Kluwer), Lucky Pai (acquired by Lotte), Navini Networks (acquired by Cisco), StorWize (acquired by IBM), and TeleNav (NASD: TNAV). Mr. Gollmer holds an M.B.A. from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, a J.D. from Brigham Young University and a B.A. from Johns Hopkins University.

Juan Carlos (J.C.) Mas

Chairman of Mas Group
Mr. Mas is currently the Chairman of Mas Group, which identifies, analyzes and makes investments in fields of its core knowledge, such as infrastructure development, real estate, construction equipment and healthcare. Mr. Mas is also the president of MasCap Development, which has entitled, owned and developed millions of square feet of residential and commercial properties in Florida, Arizona and Nevada. Previously, Mr. Mas was the Chairman of Neff Corporation, one of largest equipment rental companies in the United States. Prior to joining Neff Corp., Mr. Mas served in a variety of executive positions at MasTec, Inc., including as president of MasTec International. He was an important part of the transformation of MasTec from a small family-owned business to a large publicly traded business with revenues of $3 billion dollars today. Mr. Mas is an active member of the Board of Directors of Miami Children’s Hospital and has helped define the strategy that has driven the institution from a community-based hospital to a globally recognized leader in pediatric care. Mr. Mas, an attorney, is a graduate of the University of Miami, where he earned a law degree and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration.

Ken Comée

Ken Comée is Chief Executive Officer at CareCloud, responsible for the strategic and operational performance of the company. Mr. Comée joins CareCloud following a successful track record of helping cloud-based technology innovators to secure and extend market leadership. He brings more than 20 years of executive management experience in both private and public companies. Mr. Comée was formerly the CEO of PowerReviews, the world’s largest social commerce network, which powers customer conversations on over 5,500 websites including Staples, REI and Toys“R”Us. He oversaw the scaling of its operations and fast growth in the market. Prior to PowerReviews, Mr. Comée was CEO of Cast Iron Systems, growing the company into the #1 brand in cloud integration. He took the company from a start-up venture to a global leader in the cloud integration sector, leading to a ten-fold increase in revenue and a strategic acquisition by IBM to bolster its cloud strategy in April 2010. Previously, Mr. Comée held executive positions at CollabNet, a software development pioneer in the cloud, and at product lifecycle leader PTC. He has also held several various high-level management positions at Amdahl/Fujitsu in Europe and the U.S. Mr. Comée is a graduate of Santa Clara University and received an MBA from the London Business School.


Mir Arif

Managing Partner for Blue Cloud Ventures
Mir is co-founder and managing partner of Blue Cloud Ventures. He has been an active investor in a number of enterprise software companies since 2001. Over his career, Mir has established a broad network of successful tech entrepreneurs and acted as an investment banker in over 150 fundraising and M&A transactions, bringing a unique value set to his portfolio companies. Mir also serves as a mentor to a number of tech companies and is a Charter Member of TiE Boston. Prior to co-founding Blue Cloud Ventures, Mir started Madison Park Group, a boutique tech-focused investment bank in New York City. Earlier in his career, he was a Vice President in the Technology Investment Banking Group at Bear Stearns & Co. and helped start the Equity Private Placement Group at Peregrine Capital, then Asia’s largest investment bank. Mir has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and an M.S. in Operations Research from Columbia University.

Thomas Bremner

Principal at Adams Street Partners
Tom is a Principal at Adams Street Partners, and invests in venture and growth-oriented companies with a focus on the healthcare technology and life sciences space. Tom is a Board Member at Maxwell Health, a Board Observer at Carecloud, and is actively involved in Adams Street’s investments in ProNAi Therapeutics and Corvus Pharmaceuticals.

Jerry McNerney

Vice President at First Data
Jerry is a corporate and business development leader at First Data where he serves as a Vice President. He joined First Data from Motorola Solutions and Symbol Technologies where he held a mix of leadership roles in sales, marketing, product management, strategy and business development.  Before joining Symbol, Jerry was previously with AMR Research (now part of the Gartner Group) where he was the senior analyst advising technologists on Enterprise Applications.  Jerry received his B.S. degree from the State University of New York Maritime College at Fort Schuyler and M.B.A. degree from St. John’s University.

Mark Usher

Partner at Wellington Financial
Mark is a partner at Wellington Financial, joining in 2006. His career began in 1988 at Royal Bank. He joined RBC’s Commercial Banking Group in 1993, and his roles have included marketing and strategy in the bank’s head office and senior account manager in the bank’s high-tech banking group. Mark then was recruited by Cisco Systems in 2000 to join Cisco Capital’s structured finance team in Toronto where he financed the sales of Cisco equipment and services to sub-investment grade customers using a combination of debt and equity structures. Geographic responsibilities for financings included Canada and the US Eastern Seaboard. Mark returned to Royal Bank in 2001 to lead the bank’s Information Technology Banking team in the Greater Toronto Area. In Mark’s last role at RBC, he was the executive responsible for RBC’s entire Knowledge Based Industries practice in the Ontario marketplace in addition to the Toronto Tech Banking Group. Mark has his MBA from Queen’s University and is involved in a number of technology associations. He currently serves as vice-chair on the Board of Directors of the CVCA.

Tyler Welt

Venture Investing, Corporate Development and Strategic Transactions at Intel Capital
Tyler joined Intel in 2000, and has since served in a variety of leadership roles across Intel’s businesses focused on Technology Manufacturing, Information Technology, Data Center Infrastructure and Intel Capital. Prior to Intel, Tyler served as Assistant Vice President at Union Bank.  Tyler holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and an MBA from the University of Oregon, and is also a graduate of the Program for Leadership Development at Harvard Business School.