Leadership Team

 

Peter Hadrovic | CEO

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Peter, our Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board of Directors, is responsible for leading the company’s mission, vision and overall operations. Previously, Peter was Vice President of Sonitus Medical, where he led the spin off Sonitus Technologies.

Prior to Sonitus, Peter was the Chief Commercial Officer at Adamas Pharmaceuticals. Prior to that he was Vice President of Business Development and Legal Affairs and GM at Laserscope, which was acquired by American Medical Systems Holdings. Peter has been a Senior Attorney at Venture Law Group and White & Case and was the District Chief of Staff for US Congressman John J. LaFalce.

Peter holds a J.D. from Cornell Law School and his A.B. from Princeton. He serves on the Board of Directors of Precise Light Surgical.

Frank Slovenec | Vice President Commercial Operations

Frank Slovenec

As head of Commercial Operations, Frank has over 25 years of experience in building and growing high performance customer facing teams for a range of high tech solutions and services, at a number of well-known companies. Frank was the President and COO of GTSI, a publicly traded federal integrator of high-end computer systems, tripling the value of the company during his 3 year tenure. He also served as Vice President and General Manager of Advanced Systems at Ingram Micro among other senior sales roles in software, hardware and distribution.

Frank earned his degree from The Cleveland State University, is on the board of Teen Challenge and an Advisor to Precise Light Surgical.

Tim Proulx | Research, Development and Engineering

Tim Proulx

Tim leads the research, development and engineering organization and is responsible for the company’s product development and research efforts. He has over 25 years of experience in engineering management and medical device design and development, with an emphasis on signals, acoustics and transducers. He was a key contributor in the development of the technology and research into the science behind the company’s bone-conduction product while at Sonitus Medical, where he also served as Vice President of R&D.

Most recently, Tim served as VP Engineering at Zonare Medical Systems/Mindray, a developer of premium ultrasound imaging systems, and he has held other engineering or management roles in the hearing, therapeutic ultrasound and diagnostic imaging spaces.

Tim earned his M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University and his B.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering from Duke University. He holds 5 patents and has several patents pending.

Mike Pare | Engineering

Mike Pare

As the Director of Engineering, Mike drives the innovation engine that develops the Sonitus Technologies’ products. He has over 15 years of R&D and engineering experience in hardware and software design.

Prior to Sonitus, Michael was the Project Manager and Senior Electrical Engineer at EBR Systems. As employee #12 he helped drive products from inception through clinical trials and commercial launch. Previously Michael was an engineer at Boston Scientific as well as Draper Laboratories.

Michael earned his undergraduate degree at Northeastern University and his Master’s in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University.

Derek Hillstrom | Operations

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Derek is responsible for Sonitus’ operations department—leading manufacturing, supply chain, and quality functions. He has 20 years of experience, focusing on medical device development and production. Previous products have included ultrasound and RF ablation for atrial fibrillation, microstimulators for migraine and cluster headache relief, and muscle stimulation for critical care patients.

Prior to his position as Director of R&D/Operations at Niveus Medical, Derek was Sr. Manufacturing Manager for Autonomic Technologies. He started in medical devices at Epicor Medical, which was acquired by St. Jude Medical. Derek also has experience in aerospace and defense with Boeing and Raytheon.

Derek received his degree in Aerospace Engineering from University of Missouri-Rolla (now Missouri University of Science and Technology).

 

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