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Applied Technology Holdings, Inc. Announces Board of Directors
Date:11/12/2009

Board of Directors to focus on commercializing new patent portfolio into products and services

Laguna Niguel, CA (PRWEB) November 13, 2009 -- Applied Technology Holdings, Inc., today announced the 3 directors who will serve on the company’s board of directors following the 2010 shareholders annual election of directors.

Jay A. Shears will remain as chairman of the board of directors as well as chief executive officer. He is a highly experienced multinational executive, having 30 years of successful experience as a hands-on Senior Executive covering a variety of consumer, B2B, & OEM product enterprises in the U.S., Europe, Canada, Latin America, and South Africa. Jay has lead teams from Epson, Sony, Samsung & others, from concept to market achieving company goals up to $ 1.8 billion.

Dr. Jonathan Labovitz, who joined the Applied Technology board in 2009, is also the EVP Clinical Research and Chief Medical Officer: and a Podiatric physician at COO West Torrance Podiatrists Group, Inc. Other affiliations include: CEO West Torrance Physical Therapy, Inc.; Officer and committee member in national, state and local medical associations; scientific and general chair of medical conferences attended by over 1,000 health care providers; Consultant in marketing and strategic planning to medical device companies and chief medical officer of MVP Sports Technologies, Inc., and Applied Medical Group. Inc. Dr. Labovitz is also assistant professor at Western University of Health Sciences, College of Podiatric Medicine.

Lee Cusey has served on the Applied Technology board since January 2006. He is also Chief Operating Officer & President MVP Sports Technologies, Inc and has over 20 years of professional sports experience. His relevant touch points extend from serving as a pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles, and Oakland A’s ball clubs, to a instructor for amateur a
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