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Orbis Education Board of Directors

4 Board of directors

Orbis Education has 4 board of directors, including Andrew Chung.

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Andrew Chung

Andrew has been a tech investor & entrepreneur for 20+ years. He founded 1955 Capital to invest in revolutionary technologies to solve the greatest global challenges of our time. 1955 was the largest VC firm debut in Q1 2016 & focuses on sustainable energy, food, agriculture, education, health & emerging tech. Previously, Andrew was a general partner at Khosla Ventures ($6B AUM), joining in 2011 as one of six GP's leading the firm. He managed $500M+ in assets & has served as director or advisor to 20+ portfolio companies: Ambri, BioConsortia, Cogenra (SPWR), EcoMotors, Impossible Foods, Lanzatech, LS9 (REGI), Quantumscape (QS) & Wattpad (Naver). Andrew led the firm’s China activities & speaks fluent Mandarin & Cantonese. He also served as an advisor to a US-China trade mission led by the Secretaries of Commerce & Energy. Prior to Khosla, Andrew was at Lightspeed ($10B AUM) & helped build the firm's cleantech, education & genomics practices that invested in Natera (NTRA), Nest (GOOG), Orbis Education (LOPE), Personalis (PSNL), Quantumscape (QS), SolarEdge (SEDG) & Solazyme (SZYM): collectively $30B in IPO/sale or current market value. Previously, Andrew worked at Bain Capital & Bain (consulting) & co-founded UberWorks (NWKC), an e-commerce platform incubated at Trilogy. Andrew served on a White House roundtable on advanced manufacturing & has advised global leaders on energy policy. He has given talks on the future of food & energy, ESG investing, moonshot entrepreneurship & US-China relations at numerous conferences. Andrew was the Founding Chair of the Cleantech Board for TiE & a long-time advisor to the Cleantech Open. Andrew graduated Phi Beta Kappa in Applied Math from Harvard & has an MBA from Wharton. He serves on the Dean’s Advisory Cabinet at the Harvard School for Engineering & Applied Sciences. He is an avid musician, won a national singing contest & was a finalist in Hong Kong Idol. He has performed at Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Shanghai Conservatory & off-Broadway.

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Mary Ann Christopher

Mary Ann Christopher will serve as a member of our board of directors following the completion of this offering. Ms. Christopher is a strategic health care executive and board member with a 40-year record of innovation and market expansion at leading payor, provider and health-technology companies. During the course of her career, Ms. Christopher has led mergers, integrations and turnarounds at several multibillion-dollar organizations, launched far-reaching community health initiatives and drove aggressive growth and diversification strategies. Since 2019, Ms. Christopher has served as a Senior Operating Advisor for LLR Partners, a private equity firm that invests in technology and healthcare businesses. Additionally, since 2015, Ms. Christopher has served as a Strategic Advisor to Medalogix, a data-science company focused on the home health market. From 2016 to 2019, Ms. Christopher served as a corporate officer at Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey where she led a broad expansion of services to establish the company’s role as the lead private insurer in the state, including the development of a statewide payor/provider system. From 2012 to 2014, Ms. Christopher was the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York, the largest non-profit home care and hospice company in the country with approximately $2 billion in annual revenue and over 18,000 interprofessional team members. From 2001 to 2011, Ms. Christopher was the chief executive officer of the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group of New Jersey (“VNA”). While at the VNA, Ms. Christopher helped scale the company’s statewide enterprise through acquisitions, joint ventures and service diversification to include home health, hospice, private duty, community based mental health, federally qualified health centers and school-based health services. Prior thereto, she held various leadership positions within VNA beginning in 1983, including serving as Chief Operating Officer for 12 years. Ms. Christopher currently serves as a board member for RestorixHealth, Unitek Learning, Hazel Health, Legacy Hospice and True Learn, and has served as a board member for both Orbis Education and Medbridge Education, facilitating their growth, profitability, and successful exits. In addition to her professional work, she is a Board Regent at Seton Hall University, was a founding member and currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, serves on the Board of CHAP (Community Health Accreditation Partner) and is a past board member of National Association of Home Care and Hospice. She served as a congressional appointee to the National Advisory Council on Nursing Education and Practice for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Ms. Christopher has written on the topic and appeared at a variety of national health care conferences, including the World Congress Summit in Washington, DC, and the national conference for the Center to Advance Palliative Care. She has presented to international audiences on the topics of health care equity, access and financing. Ms. Christopher has received numerous honors including the NJBIZ’s list of the Best 50 Women in Business, the Top 50 Most Powerful Health Care Leaders in New Jersey and was awarded the prestigious American Nurses Association Honorary Human Rights Award. Ms. Christopher has a Master’s of Science in Nursing from Seton Hall University, a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (summa cum laude) from Fairfield University and was awarded honorary doctoral degrees from both Fairfield University and Monmouth University. Ms. Christopher is qualified to serve on our board of directors because of her diverse professional experiences and her institutional expertise in the healthcare sector.

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Scott Perricelli

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Zachary Sigal

Orbis Education

Name

Andrew Chung

Mary Ann Christopher

Scott Perricelli

Zachary Sigal

Firm

Work History

Andrew has been a tech investor & entrepreneur for 20+ years. He founded 1955 Capital to invest in revolutionary technologies to solve the greatest global challenges of our time. 1955 was the largest VC firm debut in Q1 2016 & focuses on sustainable energy, food, agriculture, education, health & emerging tech. Previously, Andrew was a general partner at Khosla Ventures ($6B AUM), joining in 2011 as one of six GP's leading the firm. He managed $500M+ in assets & has served as director or advisor to 20+ portfolio companies: Ambri, BioConsortia, Cogenra (SPWR), EcoMotors, Impossible Foods, Lanzatech, LS9 (REGI), Quantumscape (QS) & Wattpad (Naver). Andrew led the firm’s China activities & speaks fluent Mandarin & Cantonese. He also served as an advisor to a US-China trade mission led by the Secretaries of Commerce & Energy. Prior to Khosla, Andrew was at Lightspeed ($10B AUM) & helped build the firm's cleantech, education & genomics practices that invested in Natera (NTRA), Nest (GOOG), Orbis Education (LOPE), Personalis (PSNL), Quantumscape (QS), SolarEdge (SEDG) & Solazyme (SZYM): collectively $30B in IPO/sale or current market value. Previously, Andrew worked at Bain Capital & Bain (consulting) & co-founded UberWorks (NWKC), an e-commerce platform incubated at Trilogy. Andrew served on a White House roundtable on advanced manufacturing & has advised global leaders on energy policy. He has given talks on the future of food & energy, ESG investing, moonshot entrepreneurship & US-China relations at numerous conferences. Andrew was the Founding Chair of the Cleantech Board for TiE & a long-time advisor to the Cleantech Open. Andrew graduated Phi Beta Kappa in Applied Math from Harvard & has an MBA from Wharton. He serves on the Dean’s Advisory Cabinet at the Harvard School for Engineering & Applied Sciences. He is an avid musician, won a national singing contest & was a finalist in Hong Kong Idol. He has performed at Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center, Shanghai Conservatory & off-Broadway.

Mary Ann Christopher will serve as a member of our board of directors following the completion of this offering. Ms. Christopher is a strategic health care executive and board member with a 40-year record of innovation and market expansion at leading payor, provider and health-technology companies. During the course of her career, Ms. Christopher has led mergers, integrations and turnarounds at several multibillion-dollar organizations, launched far-reaching community health initiatives and drove aggressive growth and diversification strategies. Since 2019, Ms. Christopher has served as a Senior Operating Advisor for LLR Partners, a private equity firm that invests in technology and healthcare businesses. Additionally, since 2015, Ms. Christopher has served as a Strategic Advisor to Medalogix, a data-science company focused on the home health market. From 2016 to 2019, Ms. Christopher served as a corporate officer at Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey where she led a broad expansion of services to establish the company’s role as the lead private insurer in the state, including the development of a statewide payor/provider system. From 2012 to 2014, Ms. Christopher was the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York, the largest non-profit home care and hospice company in the country with approximately $2 billion in annual revenue and over 18,000 interprofessional team members. From 2001 to 2011, Ms. Christopher was the chief executive officer of the Visiting Nurse Association Health Group of New Jersey (“VNA”). While at the VNA, Ms. Christopher helped scale the company’s statewide enterprise through acquisitions, joint ventures and service diversification to include home health, hospice, private duty, community based mental health, federally qualified health centers and school-based health services. Prior thereto, she held various leadership positions within VNA beginning in 1983, including serving as Chief Operating Officer for 12 years. Ms. Christopher currently serves as a board member for RestorixHealth, Unitek Learning, Hazel Health, Legacy Hospice and True Learn, and has served as a board member for both Orbis Education and Medbridge Education, facilitating their growth, profitability, and successful exits. In addition to her professional work, she is a Board Regent at Seton Hall University, was a founding member and currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine, serves on the Board of CHAP (Community Health Accreditation Partner) and is a past board member of National Association of Home Care and Hospice. She served as a congressional appointee to the National Advisory Council on Nursing Education and Practice for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Ms. Christopher has written on the topic and appeared at a variety of national health care conferences, including the World Congress Summit in Washington, DC, and the national conference for the Center to Advance Palliative Care. She has presented to international audiences on the topics of health care equity, access and financing. Ms. Christopher has received numerous honors including the NJBIZ’s list of the Best 50 Women in Business, the Top 50 Most Powerful Health Care Leaders in New Jersey and was awarded the prestigious American Nurses Association Honorary Human Rights Award. Ms. Christopher has a Master’s of Science in Nursing from Seton Hall University, a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (summa cum laude) from Fairfield University and was awarded honorary doctoral degrees from both Fairfield University and Monmouth University. Ms. Christopher is qualified to serve on our board of directors because of her diverse professional experiences and her institutional expertise in the healthcare sector.

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Orbis Education Management Team

5 Team Members

Orbis Education has 5 executives. Orbis Education's current Senior Vice President is Marc Konesco.

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Work History

Title

Status

Marc Konesco

Senior Vice President

Current

Joe Wanninger

Founder, Senior Vice President

Former

Stephen J Hodownes

Southern New Hampshire University

Chief Executive Officer

Former

Norman F Allgood

Chief Operating Officer

Former

Clay Gillespie

Chief Marketing Officer

Former

Name

Marc Konesco

Joe Wanninger

Stephen J Hodownes

Norman F Allgood

Clay Gillespie

Work History

Southern New Hampshire University

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Senior Vice President

Founder, Senior Vice President

Chief Executive Officer

Chief Operating Officer

Chief Marketing Officer

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Former

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Former

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