Robert E. Portrie “Bob” is an internationally known executive and speaker on customer relationship management. Working with companies like AT&T, Pitney Bowes, The Carlyle Group, FedEx, General Electric and numerous other organizations he has been a leader in the transformation of both large and small organizations to a customer centric approach to marketing and customer service.
Bob has spoken at numerous events sponsored by both companies and associations on customer strategy and services to help companies acquire, retain, manage and grow their customer relationships across many industries including insurance, financial services, healthcare and retail.

Today Bob is the Founding Partner of The Fenwick Group, a consulting and investment organization that has had long term engagements with a diverse set of clients including Digital Cement, The Caron Foundation, The University of Florida, Convergence Health and many other organizations across the healthcare, financial services, insurance, retail and investment sectors.
Bob spent more than twenty years with AT&T in numerous sales, marketing, operational and research positions. In his last position at AT&T he was the President and Chairman of the Board of AT&T InView, a subsidiary focused on providing network centric business applications for the insurance and financial services industry in the United States and network based mortgage illustration software in the United Kingdom. This technology evolved into the Application Service Provider technology prevalent today. Bob was responsible for taking this partially owned subsidiary based in Europe, buying out the European interests and transforming it into a wholly owned US subsidiary of AT&T.

After a career with AT&T, Bob took on the challenge of becoming the President and CEO of InfoMation Publishing Corporation, a CMGI subsidiary, located in the Boston area that was one of the first core CMGI organizations.Bob spent from 1997-99 at InfoMation creating a leading edge knowledge management software company.Following the merger of InfoMation, Bob became a Managing Partner at RCM Technologies, a National consulting and staffing company headquartered in New Jersey.During his tenure at RCM, Bob became active in working with companies ranging from the Fortune 50 to start up companies.Bob’s activities included capital formation, business plan development, product design and software development and integration.

Bob is the former Chairman of RNETHealth, Inc., former Chairman and member of the board of Confirmnet Corporation, member of the board of Digital Cement, a Canadian Corporation formerly known as Envision Communications, former member of the board of Visual-IOand a member of the board of Liberty Bloom..

Bob is also on the Addiction and Psychiatry Board of the Brain Institute at the University of Florida.He is a past member of the Board of the MIS School at the University of Arizona, The Canadian/New England Advisory Board sponsored by the government of Canada, Technology Point International and the Advisory Board of ACORD.

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Jay Handline specializes in counseling clients on using Internet tools, technology, products and marketing to improve their Integration into the Internet economy. Handline has been the chief operational architect and executive vice president of interactive technology solutions at RNETHealth, Inc, a cable TV company, and is responsible for building the interactive technologies business unit, inclusive of all Business-to-Business applications as well creating and taking the and public sites live with the associated Business-to-Consumer initiatives.

Handline has managed and co-founded one publicly held multi-media high-tech company and presently is completing a reverse merger with another publicly held company. Additionally, he has managed and helped to sell two additional successful start-ups. He has 20 years’ experience in the high-tech market with an emphasis on the integration of technology into the health service delivery world. Handline also has significant experience with software, content creation, media, interactive multimedia, and digital technology. Handline's ability to establish Strategic Partnerships and strike Content related deals that create connective tissue is a major key in speed to market development and initiation in the launching of highly focused Internet Platforms.

Handline, as Senior Vice President of Business Development of Lifescape 1To1, successfully helped launch Lifescape 1to1, LLC that was formed in August of 1996 as a joint venture between TCI Digital Health Group (TCI) and Recovery Television Network (RTV). In October of 1998, FHC Health Systems, (FHC) invested in the venture. FHC operates Value Options; the second largest managed behavioral health care company in the US. Key to its strategy is to begin its services using today's web centric capabilities and to move toward broadband, television based on-line platforms as AT&T, Times Warner and other cable industry distributors deploy these services.

In 1995, prior to helping to found Lifescape 1To1, Mr. Handline also was involved in the start-up of Recovery Television Network as Senior Vice President of Business Development. Jay helped to secure private equity capital and forge successful partnerships to aggregate products, services and information from dozens of world-class partners. These partnerships include AT&T/TCI, Liberty Media, J2S2, AOL, Yahoo, Viant, Digital Evolution, US Interactive, IHCG, Magnet, IHL, Medical Broadcast Company, Glaxo Wellcome, J&J, Merck Medco, Phizer, Rodale Press, Magellan Health Services, Value Options, Foundation Health/MHN, United/UBH, Kaiser Permante and The Brain Institute at the University of Florida.

Handline has worked with emerging growth companies for over twenty years. Handline presently is a member of the e-Healthcare Association and a member of Medical Telecommunications Associates where he has provided strategic consulting services for healthcare and digital cable and Internet companies. Handline created his own consulting firm, "Evolving Health", which he recently merged with Bob Portrie to create the Fenwick Group, a diversified consulting organization.

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Cathey is as a registered nurse with experience that includes community health, pediatrics, hospice care practice, coaching, content development and teaching. Cathey is certified as a health and wellness coach (NBC-HWC) and hold a MS from Boston University as a clinical nurse specialist in Community Health Nursing with a focus on health promotion and disease prevention.

Nursing has taken Cathey on a fascinating journey allowing her to develop competencies in pediatric and long-term care with an emphasis on wellness. Cathey’s work experience has taken her to various hospitals, colleges, companies and community health agencies in New England, Florida, New Jersey and Spain. Cathey has used her educational background in health informatics to create technology driven wellness assessments in combination with coaching and case management. Presently Cathey is working on the effects of running on mental health, creation of vegan recipes, positivity in wellness and meditation as adjuncts to her wellness initiatives.

Cathey is an avid runner, recent three-time marathoner having just completed the 2017 NYC Marathon for the 2nd time and has participated in multiple medium distance running events.

Cathey has been a volunteer, board member and president of the Friends of the Library, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fl. from 1993-2014. (  She is also a founding board member at Bird Island Park, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fl. and have been involved since 2001. (

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William Sutjiadi is currently Founder, Chief Technologist and Managing Partner of Breaking Bread Consultants, a Consulting firm specializes in providing management, business planning, fundraising, marketing, operations, product distributions, extended product development, and IT services for startups and high growth companies. He wields over 20 years of concrete experience founding and developing startups, producing revolutionary software, and creating best-selling games.  As a result, he has transformed several of his endeavors from ideas into multi-million dollar enterprises.

William recently completed his engagement as Chief Technology Officer of Convergence Health, a global provider of healthcare solutions. Under William’s guidance, Convergence Health successfully completed development of its new platform to enhance their product offering to serve it’s Fortune 50 clients and over 100 million users.

Prior to founding Sutjiadi Management Services, William pursued his passion for improving healthcare as the VP of Operations and Affiliate Marketing for SelfHelpWorks, the foremost interactive online health and wellness service. William’s direct oversight of primary consumer initiatives enabled SelfHelpWorks to reach millions in need with highly accessible and empowering resources.

Earlier in his career, as a third-generation mahjong player and a ranked chess player, William was driven to establish Mahjong Time in 2004. Mahjong Time quickly became the largest online mahjong game and community in the world. As the premier Mahjong software and turnkey solutions innovator, William crafted the partnership that joined Mahjong Time and World Series of Mahjong which became part of a billion dollar public gaming concern in 2009.

As a technologist, William worked on 14 different blockbuster arcade games, including Mortal Kombat, which generated more than $200 million in revenues. He also founded, the chief affiliate Internet program portal and rating service. Building on CashPile’s success in 1999, William raised an additional $6.5 million dollars and converted into, a top contextual merchandising service solution. Two years later, he also founded FractionPrice, a tremendously profitable e-retailer of fashion accessories. Subsequent to several years of growth and multi-million dollar sales, William sold the company in 2008.

Over the past decade, William has also held a range of Board and Advisory Board positions across disparate business sectors. Currently, he serves on the Board of Directors for The Charis Project, a non-profit organization focused on the establishment of entrepreneurially self-sustaining orphanages across Asia.

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Stuart Schaffer is currently Founder, Operations Chief and Managing Partner of Breaking Bread Consultants, a Consulting firm specializes in providing management, business planning, fundraising, marketing, operations, product distributions, extended product development, and IT services for startups and high growth companies. Mr. Schaffer is a veteran executive possessed of exceptional knowledge and capability earned directly within an array of vital corporate roles. His adept management and extensive record of success characterize a career navigating the dynamics of the technology sector. Mr. Schaffer has provided marketing, business development, project administration, and operational leadership to both emerging and established companies at every stage—from product inception to global strategy. Elemental demand generation, iconic branding, adroit contract negotiation, and profound results within strict budgets are but a few of the hallmarks of Mr. Schaffer’s accomplishments.

Throughout his career, Mr. Schaffer has served in a variety of Executive Positions. His decades of achievement include:

  • Corporate Vice President and COO, Secure Internet Commerce Network
    Secure Internet Commerce Network (SicommNet) developed on-line e-procurement systems to automate the buying and selling process for government agencies and the thousands of vendors who supplied them. While serving as Vice President, Mr. Schaffer led all corporate operations and business management initiatives.
  • Vice President, Marketing of Overture Systems
    Overture Systems was a global leader in commercial Internet search services. In 2003, Overture was acquired by its biggest customer, Yahoo!, for $1.63 billion. While serving as Vice President, Mr. Schaffer led the marketing and product launch for the Performance Marketing division and oversaw tool development for on-line advertisers and sales campaigns.
  • Board Director / Vice President Product Development & Marketing of SpaceDev, Inc.
    SpaceDev creates innovative space products and solutions for government and commercial enterprises. While serving as Director, Mr. Schaffer successfully helmed marketing, product, and business development efforts for both the public and private sectors.
  • Vice President, Marketing of Proxima
    At Proxima, a leader in enterprise digital projection technologies, Mr. Schaffer led teams across all aspects of the company’s North and South American marketing. During his tenure, annual revenues grew from $160 million to a post-merger target in excess of $600 million—all while keeping expenses far below budget.
  • Business Development Manager, Hewlett Packard
    Responsible for new product introductions, existing product lifecycles, and strategic brand leadership for HP’s renowned color printing products, Mr. Schaffer drove yearly division revenue over $350 million, yet remained well under the company’s $40 million expense forecast.

With nearly three decades of experience, Mr. Schaffer has become an authority on the consumer, commercial, and public agency markets. Currently, Mr. Schaffer serves as a private consultant to early- stage and Fortune 100 companies and as a Board member and advisor for non-profit organizations. He earned his M.B.A. at Harvard Business School, and his B.S. in Physics at Harvey Mudd College.

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