Chief Executive Officer

Brad Shulman is responsible for raising capital and the formation of strategic alliances. He previously acted as the Marketing Coordinator for Cox Interactive Sales (a division of Cox Enterprises), an online advertising agency. He was responsible for planning and overseeing advertising sales for Cox's network of web sites. Prior to working at CIS, Mr. Shulman directed sales and marketing as the National Account Manager for Golden Screens Interactive Technologies (GSIT), Inc. GSIT is a dominant provider of Internet-based kiosks located throughout the world. Mr. Shulman has also served as the General Manager of Newsbar Corporation, a chain of retail coffee bars in New York City. He oversaw the day to day operations, negotiated vendor contracts and directed the performance of all stores. Under his leadership, the chain experienced a dramatic turnaround. Mr. Shulman received a B.S. in Marketing from Binghamton University.

Director, Business Development

Raymond Tizabi is responsible for business development and financial planning. Prior to joining noteClip, he was most recently with Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette (DLJ), where he followed the transportation sector as an Equity Research Associate. His responsibilities included conducting industry and company-specific research, authoring reports and building earnings models. Before working at DLJ, Raymond worked as a Research Assistant following the insurance industry at Advest, Inc., a regional brokerage firm. He has successfully completed Level I of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program. Mr. Tizabi received a B.A. in Economics from the University of California, San Diego.


Chief Technical Officer

Aitan Weinberg is responsible for software development. He previously spent three years as the lead developer in the Ease-of-Use group at Bloomberg, LP. His responsibilities included the design, implementation and management of system wide projects that revolutionized core aspects of the Bloomberg terminal. Amongst these projects was a help system described as "the biggest change to the Bloomberg system since the company’s inception," and the globalization of the Bloomberg terminal into other languages, making it available to the world community.Other responsibilities included the training of co-workers and new-hires, and the development of system tools for application programmers. He holds a BS in Economics, magna cum laude, and a minor in Computer Science from Binghamton University.


Chief Engineer

Michael Yoon is responsible for software development. He previously worked at Bloomberg L.P. as project manager in Electronic Trading, and then became head of the Monitor Systems Software group. Key projects included building electronic trading systems (equities and mortgages), design and implementation of real time market data monitors, and building a monitor subsystem resource library for application programmers. His responsibilities included making business and technical decisions with clients, technical design and implementation of projects, and management and hiring of new employees. Mr. Yoon received a B.Eng, magna cum laude, in Computer Engineering from McGill University, Montreal.
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