Board of Directors
Martin CannonNHSI President and CEO
Mr. Cannon has served as President, CEO and board member of New Health Sciences since 2004. Prior to joining NHSi, Mr. Cannon held senior positions with several leading management consulting firms including 15 years at Bain & Company and A.T. Kearney, which in 1997 acquired Cannon Associates, an international consulting and business development firm founded by Mr. Cannon. As a partner at Bain & Company and with his firm Cannon Associates, Mr. Cannon consulted extensively on growth and innovation strategies in a variety of industries including diagnostic instrumentation, blood banking and hospital management. Mr. Cannon also served as Executive Vice President with Commerce One, Inc., and Group President, Management Consulting with AppNet, Inc. where he was responsible for the development and deployment of software-based decision support platforms. He has served as a Board Member of the National Symphony Orchestra, The Washington Chorus and The US Russia Business Council. He is a graduate of Oxford University.
Guy CoganMonitor Deloitte Senior Partner
Guy Cogan is a Senior Partner at Monitor Deloitte and serves as the Global Leader for Strategy and Operations Consulting. Guy started his career at Bain & Company in London, England where he ultimately served as the Managing Partner of the UK operations. He has also held leadership positions at AT Kearney and Monitor Group, before its acquisition by Deloitte Consulting. With 30 years of industry and consulting experience, his work has included both accelerating growth and improving profitability at corporate and business unit levels for major global clients. Guy holds a BA and MA in Engineering from St Catharine’s College, Cambridge University, as well as an MBA from the Harvard Business School, where he was named a Baker Scholar.
Steve EckertClassic Communities Organization CEO
Stephen Eckert is President and CEO of Classic Communities Corporation (CCC). CCC is a privately held homebuilder and developer with projects across Maryland. Steve began his career in property development in 1978 as the Director of Government Relations for the Maryland National Capital Building Industry Association. He joined Herman Porten in 1980 to help assemble the property that served as the foundation for a new company, Porten Sullivan Corporation where he eventually became President. Steve left Porten Sullivan in 1989 to found CCC. Steve is the recipient of the Milton Kettler Award for lifetime contributions to the community at large and the homebuilding industry, having served on multiple special committees for the Montgomery County Council as well as serving as a frequent panelist at the annual Montgomery County Symposium on Affordable Housing. Steve has also served as President as well as a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Maryland National Capital Building Industry Association. Steve received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in History from the University of Illinois.
David HermanFormer CEO, Adam Opel AG
One of the most respected leaders in the international automotive industry, Mr. Herman has steered some of the world’s most reputable organizations as Chairman of Opel AG, as President of SAAB, and as Overseas Vice President of General Motors Corporation. During his 29 years at GM, David oversaw a string of highly successful M& A transactions that led to the establishment of GM Espagna, GM Poland, the takeover of SAAB, and the creation of a JV between GM, AvtoVaz and the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development. David also currently serves as the Chairman of Sollers, a leading Russian vehicle and parts producer, and was formerly the Chairman of the Audit and Compensation Committees of the Board of Golden Telecom. David received a BA in Government from New York University and attended the London School of Economics and Harvard University Graduate School. David has also earned a JD from Harvard Law School.
Richard PerleAmerican Enterprise Institute Resident Fellow
Richard Perle is a Resident Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI). Previously he served as member of the Defense Policy Board from 1987 to 2004 and as its chairman from 2001 to 2003; assistant secretary of defense for international security policy (1981-1987), and a staff member to Senator Henry Jackson (D-Wash.) (1969-1980). Mr. Perle is coauthor of “An End to Evil” (Random House, 2003) and author of “Hard Line”, a political novel. He co-directed AEI’s Commission on Future Defenses. He earned a M.A. in political science from Princeton University and a B.A. from the University of Southern California.
David TestaFormer Vice Chairman and Chief Investment Officer, T. Rowe Price
Until his retirement in 2004, Mr. Testa was Vice Chairman and Chief Investment of T. Rowe Price where he built a very successful 30+ year career. Prior to joining T. Rowe Price, Mr. Testa worked for IBM in their Data Processing Division. He earned his undergraduate degree from Williams College and his MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was named a Baker Scholar.