Rick Mancilla

Rick Mancilla

Summary

Formulated and implemented strategies and improvement initiatives for startup, emerging growth and established corporations in technology, healthcare and communications; executed capital formation and operating strategies to successfully launching startups that driven revenue and market share growth.

Work History

Work History
May 2009 - Present

Consulting

Freelance

Consulting - Assisting start-up businesses

Jan 2007 - Jan 2009

Cofounder / VP Operations

Sapheneia Commercial Products AB
A global imaging services company; designed and produced new image software for doctors and hospitals improving radiation exposure; developed marketing and sales strategy, built strategic partnership and distribution channels; facilitated continuous improvements and turnarounds.
Sep 2005 - Jan 2007

Cofounder / CEO

Sapheneia, LLC
Co-founded and built first freestanding, same-day surgery National Tumor Ablation Clinic for stage 1-4 cancer patients; developed marketing and sales strategy; built strategic partnership and distribution channels; led to additional startup companies; served as board member. Managed team of 30
Aug 2003 - Jan 2005

VP of Marketing & Sales

Lumen IQ, Inc
A medical software development company - developed business strategy through tactical planning, strategic partnerships, and target marketing expertise; assembled the Medical Advisory Board and aligned with AFIS / CSI market demands
Feb 1999 - Jul 2002

VP/Chief Technology Architect

Comdisco Healthcare Group, Inc
Designed, implemented IT and communications solutions; go-to-market plan, sales and support training
Jun 1997 - Mar 1998

Co-founder / VP of Consulting

Aviant Informations, Inc.
Led startup of communication technology subsidiary serving IT consulting services; secured $5M in startup seed funding, developed strategic and operation plans, and global sales channels; managed operations, team of 30 and budgets of $3M.
Jan 1997 - Jun 1997

Senior Systems Analyst/Project Manager

Whittaker Communications, Inc.
Whittaker acquired Hughes LAN Systems - served as Global Healthcare Consultant to move products and services to enterprise networking; designed networking and IS infrastructure. Managed budgets of $750K and team of 10 • Positioned division for acquisition; refocused materials, reengineered sales processes, aligned with medical facility and networking models; successfully positioned Hughes LAN Systems sale to Whittaker with increased sales of 30% • Developed consulting services and marketing strategies. Designed consulting services as business-driver with manufacturing bundled into service/solution branding, increased overall sales 23% annually for Whittaker

Education

Education
Jun 1976

High School Diploma

Hillsborough High School