Glenn began his professional education by obtaining a Biomedical Engineering degree from the Tulane University School of Engineering in New Orleans, where he graduated magna cum laude with his thesis work in robotic vision systems. He then went on to complete medical school at the Tulane University School of Medicine where he received grants from the Deafness Research Foundation for his research on middle ear Pharmacology. After training as an Anesthesiology Resident at the University of Miami, he became Chief Resident at Jackson Memorial Hospital in 1996. He was active in both trauma as well as pediatric anesthesia. Upon completion of his residency, he successfully became a Diplomat of the Board of Anesthesiology and went on to have a vigorous private practice in Denver Colorado. During his 6th year of private practice in 1999, Glenn started a software quality assurance and testing company in Denver called iBeta, which grew to over 100 employees in its second year and is still thriving today. Glenn eventually left his medical practice to run iBeta full time. As a passionate software designer himself with a love for the best-of-breed interfaces which video game technology inspires, Glenn and his team have designed and developed a breakthrough concept in user friendly, highly configurable, geospatial mobile applications for companies ranging from the largest of enterprises to the smallest of startups.
Earl has worked with computers since he began programming on a Challenger 2P. In the early 80’s, Earl ran a bulletin board system from an Apple II with four floppy drives. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Economics and an MBA with an emphasis in finance, Earl worked in private investment management and began developing and investing in real estate. In 1999, Earl co-founded iBeta Quality Assurance as an independent lab specializing in software and hardware testing. Earl has a passion for seeing ideas become reality, whether it is a building taking shape or a piece of software developing into a breakthrough concept design.
Brian Nelson received a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineer from the University of New Mexico. Brian spent 15 years working for large public utilities on projects ranging from Power Plant monitoring systems to Energy Trading systems. Brian designed these systems to support millions of transactions per day. Later as an System Integration Engineer, Brian worked on connecting a variety of back-end systems to Mobility Applications. When joining Mobile Epiphany, Brian brought together the high transaction design concepts and merged them with an architecture designed for integration.