Frank Perrotti, Jr., Chairman of the Board
Mr. Perrotti is Founder, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of FPJ Investments,
a real estate and private investment firm. The firm focuses on the acquisition of
undervalued assets in both the public and private marketplace. A notable investment
of FPJ was the acquisition of and Field Brook Farms out of bankruptcy. The company was
then built into the largest private label ice cream packer in the United States.
Prior to founding FPJ Investments, Mr. Perrotti was Chairman and CEO of Northeast
Waste Services. The company was built through the acquisitions of over twenty-five
companies, at the time of its sale, was the largest privately-owned diversified waste
company in New England. In addition to his duties at FPJ Investments, he currently
serves as a Director of Prime Bank, a regionally-focused business bank located in Connecticut.
Barry M. Goldwater, Jr., Director
Mr. Goldwater served as a U.S. Congressman for 14 years, representing a district
in northern Los Angeles County. Prior to that he was a stockbroker and partner in
the Los Angeles securities firm of Noble Cook, Inc. (now Wedbush Securities) where
he developed an institutional customer base and traded securities on all stock exchanges.
While in Congress, he served on a number of committees, including the Committee
on Science and Technology and the Joint Committee on Energy. He authored the Privacy
Act of 1974. Since retiring from Congress in 1984, Mr. Goldwater has been actively
involved in private business activities and has held a number of responsible positions
involving finance and management. He is presently on the Boards of two companies
in addition to Studio One Media, Inc.. Mr. Goldwater holds a degree in Marketing
from Arizona State University.
Preston J. Shea, President
Mr. Shea was the sole officer and director of the Company from September 2003 to
March 2006. He is licensed as an attorney in the State of Arizona and as a Barrister
and Solicitor by the Law Society of Upper Canada in Ontario. From 1999 to present,
he has been the vice president and general counsel for an international business
organization with offices in Canada and the United States and representative offices
in Russian, China, Austria and Mexico. From 1990 to 1999, he practiced international
immigration law and business law in Ontario, Canada, Detroit, Michigan and Phoenix,
Arizona, with an emphasis on the North American Free Trade Agreement. Prior to that,
from 1986 to 1990, he was employed by the government of Canada in various positions
including Chief of Staff for the Federal Minister of the Environment, Special Assistant
to the Federal Minister of International Trade, and as a Senior Investment Advisor
in the Los Angeles offices of the Canadian Consulate. Prior to his tenure with the
Canadian government, he was actively engaged in various legal and business positions
in the private sector.
Kenneth R. Pinckard, General Counsel
Mr. Pinckard is a member of the State Bar of Arizona with extensive experience in
corporate finance, startup ventures, investments, entertainment, corporate acquisitions,
tax and reorganizations. He previously practiced law at Chamberlain Hrdlicka White
Johnson & Williams of Houston, Texas and also served as a tax specialist at Coopers
& Lybrand in both Houston and Philadelphia. He also served as in-house legal counsel
for Congressman Barry Goldwater and Hormel Foods heir and music composer, Geordie
Hormel. Mr. Pinckard holds a B.B.A., Accounting from the University of Texas at
Austin and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston.