Mike Daley‚ Adviser of SOLOHEALTH,
is the former President of the Lens Group of Essilor of America, where he began his career as sales consultant for the Varilux Corporation. His responsibilities increased to include marketing, technical services, laboratory operations and sales and he was promoted to President of Varilux Corporation in 1989. In 1996, Daley was appointed President and COO of Essilor's United States Lens Division, which became known as Essilor Lenses following the merger of the Varilux and Silor commercial distribution networks.
Throughout his career, Daley has been recognized by his peers and has served on an impressive number of industry posts including: National Academy of Opticianry (NAO) Hall of Fame; Vision Council of America, Board of Directors since 1999 and Vice Chairman (2006); Prevent Blindness America, Board of Directors (2006-present); Ferris State University Honorary Doctorate (2006); and OLA Hall of Fame and The OLA Directors Choice Award (2006).
Thomas B. Lamb‚ Adviser of SOLOHEALTH,
is a global business executive with 25+ years leading change in multiple organizational settings. Lamb has guided rapid growth as well as turnarounds in both public and private companies in industries which have significant technology components and extensive international operations.
Lamb served as President and CEO of JM Huber Engineered Materials for five years, where he led the mineral and specialty chemical company through a period of strategic change and cultural transformation, growing the business from $700 million to $1.4 billion and over 4,000 employees.
Prior to Huber, he held key operating executive positions at Lexmark International, a $4 billion NYSE Fortune 500 printing solutions company with over 5,000 employees, and at Allied-Signal.
Lamb holds a BA from Union College and a MBA from Stanford Business School.
William H. Longley‚ Adviser of SOLOHEALTH,
has experience in pioneering place-based, dual revenue, interactive health media provides a unique skill set for SoloHealth. He is currently CEO of Scientific Intake, the leading non-invasive medical device treating obesity. Prior to Scientific Intake, Longley established two successful companies in the health care field. His most recent company was Medcast, an Internet-based news and information service, which merged with Healtheon/WebMD in 1999 for $215 million.
Before his time at Medcast, Longley founded and built the Health Monitor Network, America's largest in-pharmacy consumer health screening system (blood pressure machines), which generated more than $115 million in sponsor revenue, and grew from 1,000 to 15,000 locations within a 10-year span. He also served as Publisher of Esquire magazine’s health and fitness division.