Robert Miller, Vice President
Background and experience
1969-1973 United States Air Force
1975 Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering, SUNY at Buffalo
1977 Master of Science Mechanical Engineering, SUNY at Buffalo
1984 Master of Business Administration, University of Baltimore
1977-2001 Engineering and Manufacturing Management, Nevamar/International Paper
2001 Oracle Certified Developer
2002-2006 Director of Operations, Argus Group/Automatic Data Processing
2006-Current Licensed Realtor, Keller Williams Cornerstone Realty
Jacquie Miller, Director/President
BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE
1979 graduate Kentucky State Univ., AD; R.N.
Current active license as RN in Oklahoma
Past nursing licenses in Kentucky, Texas, New Jersey and California
Primarily Emergency Medicine and Intensive Care
Proficient in rehabilitation, medical/surgical, surgery, pre/post op care, elder care, pediatrics, OB Gyn, IV nurse specialist, and industrial nursing (American Airlines)
2004 developed first prototype to assist a family friend, John McKinney
2006 original model patented
2007 Improved model introduced at Orlando and Washington, D.C. Medical Trade Shows – resulted in purchase requests from Veterans Administration and Carnival Cruise Lines
2008 FDA registration obtained
2010 model introduced as an “As Seen on TV” advertisement
May 2015 Greater Mobility, Inc formed as S Corp in State of Florida
November 2015 NUWYND files for Trademark Application SN 86819638, approved March 2016
Improved model – NuWynd ST, patent pending February 2016
Accepted in the business incubator by the Ocala, Marion County CEP and Chamber of Commerce
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Greater Mobility Description
Development and sales of mobility equipment, which allows users to gain greater independence, while decreasing caregiver injures.
Greater Mobility Vision
Impact and empower those who are temporarily, or permanently, physically disabled or challenged, by providing tools that assist them to independently manage activities of daily living – therefore “closing the gap on the abilities of the disabled”, a stated goal of the World Health Organization (WHO).