Ken Wolfe

Mr. Wolfe has over 20 years of experience in senior management. He has held several senior-level operating positions in large and small investment firms, and also served as a managing director and head of the Global Private Placement Group at Morgan Stanley. Prior to Forerun, Mr. Wolfe was a founding partner in Kairos Partners, a $150 million limited partnership investing in growth-oriented medical technologies. Mr. Wolfe received his B.A. in economics and M.B.A. from the University of Chicago.

Michael Kaufman

Michael Kaufman is a founder of KBT Partners, a strategic advisory firm focused on healthcare IT, services and emerging technology companies in healthcare. Prior to founding KBT Partners, Michael was Executive Vice President of Eclipsys Corporation (now MDRX), a billion dollar major player in the Healthcare Information Technology arena. Prior to Eclipsys, Mr. Kaufman was the CEO of SDK Healthcare Information Systems, an industry-leading provider of revenue cycle systems to major hospitals across the country. Mr. Kaufman is on the national council of Washington University in St Louis and serves on the advisory board of the Health Sector Management program of the Graduate School of Management at Boston University. He serves on the board of several early stage Healthcare technology companies and venture capital firms, and is a member of the Common Angels Venture Capital Group. Mr Kaufman holds a BA and an MBA from Boston University and an MSW in social policy and administration from Washington University in St Louis.

Patrick de Saint-Aignan

Mr. de Saint-Aignan serves on the Forerun Board of Directors. Mr. de Saint-Aignan is an Advisory Director and a former Managing Director of Morgan Stanley. Mr. de Saint-Aignan is currently an independent director of the Bank of China, Chairman of the audit committee and member of the risk policy and personnel and remuneration committees. Mr. de Saint-Aignan graduated from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales in 1971 and received a Master's degree with distinction in Business Administration from Harvard Business School in 1974.

Richard Wolfe, M.D.

Dr. Wolfe is the Chief of the Department of Emergency Medicine of Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians and directs the emergency department at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center as well as five other emergency departments in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. He is an Associate Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School.

Walter "Jerry" Bird, Director

Jerry Bird is Vice President of Massachusetts Technology Development Corporation (MTDC). Mr. Bird joined Massachusetts Technology Development Corporation as Vice President in 2005, and has over 22 years of investing and financial experience. Before joining MTDC, Mr. Bird was President of Boston-based Claflin Capital Management, which he joined as a general partner in 1996. Mr. Bird received both a BA and an MBA degree from Dartmouth College.

Dom Bagnoli, M.D.

Dr. Bagnoli serves as Founder and Chief Executive Officer for EMP. He has lead EMP to become one of the fastest growing emergency medicine organizations in the US, he has expanded the initial scope of the business from emergency department staffing to a multi-faceted business structure.    Dr. Bagnoli has sat on numerous industry boards, including HMG Holdings, LLC, Healthagen LLC, and Stat Health Services, Inc. Dr. Bagnoli’s  has been recognized as the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year and   Harvard Business Club of Northeast Ohio for outstanding entrepreneurship.  

Dr. Bagnoli is a Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Emergency Medicine, a Fellow in the American College of Emergency Physicians, a Fellow in the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Dr. Bagnoli holds a Bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University and a Doctor of Medicine from Wright State University School of Medicine.  He performed his internship and residency at Akron General Medical Center.