Alexandra Jellerette co-founded ZaneNet because of a deep interest in issues and projects related to disparities in the provision of medical care, technology and education. It is the mission of ZaneNet to apply innovative solutions to alleviate these disparities. Starting with a small initial investment, Alexandra has been involved in the company’s operations and growth through strategic planning, sales, proposal development and contract and fiscal management. She has helped to guide the organization of ZaneNet’s operations, financial and human resources structure to provide a strong infrastructure designed for long-term growth. A graduate of Wellesley College with a graduate degree from American University, Alexandra began her career in education. In addition to teaching and training, she also has been responsible for developing publications and research projects. Alexandra believes in supporting her local community and is active in several community and non-profit initiatives and organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce, the local PTO, the Girl Scouts, LifeStyles (a homeless organization serving Southern Maryland) and the American Red Cross. She holds a Certificate of Project Management from Cornell University, was chosen by the Daily Record as a VIP (Very Important Professionals under 40) and she is also featured in a recent publication, Montgomery County, Women Making It.
Luigi Leblanc is an electronic engineer and public health professional with over 14 years of experience in Telemedicine/Telecommunications technologies. He has served as the technical manager for many projects that require the collaborative efforts of healthcare providers, application developers and systems engineers. Mr. Leblanc has led health information technology research initiatives that focus on patient self-management of their diabetes and hypertension through personalized web portals, combining social networking concepts, e-learning, online collaborations, and Electronic Medical Records and Patient Health Records. He is a Certified Professional in Health Information Technology and sits on various state-wide advisory boards on MSOs and the Health Information Exchange (HIE) and is a Commissioner for the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC). With a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering technology from Hartford University and a master’s degree in public health from the Howard University College of Medicine, Mr. Leblanc possesses a two-tiered background as an engineer and a public health professional.
Ms. Washington has a career that spans over 25 years with the U.S. Government and international organizations, living and working in Africa and having worked for the US Peace Corps, in the Office of the Directors which included working in the Office of Overseas Recruitment (Talent Search) and the Office of Congressional Affairs; and the Agency for International Development (USAID). Thirteen of these years were spent living and working in West and Central Africa; Accra Ghana; Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire and Yaounde, Cameroon. Ms. Washington has experience in personnel management and training, budget management, international and domestic conference planning and project/program coordination.
Since 1996, Ms. Washington has worked in the areas of project planning, financial administration and coordination in the field of Health Information Technology (HIT). Ms. Washington planned from a financial perspective a five (5) country video teleconference on healthcare initiatives (funded by the Agency for International Development, USAID) and worked on a special consultancy with the Reverend Martin Luther King Foundation on voter registration in South Africa to elect President Nelson Mandela. In 1999 Ms. Washington joined the staff of the Howard University Telehealth Sciences and Advanced Technology Center (HUTSATC) where she worked on healthcare, telemedicine, video teleconferencing and technology projects and managed all aspects of the office operations. Ms. Washington also severed on assessment team site visits and traveled to Nigeria for Howard University Projects in Nigeria. Ms. Washington has planned and monitored project budgets and trained office staff in order to streamline office procedures making office operations more efficient.
Until January 2010 Ms. Washington was involved in health information technology initiatives, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and worked part-time at Howard University, College of Medicine, as the Chief Operations Officer and Financial Administrator for VMRx and with Zane Networks, LLC in Silver Spring, MD
Mr. Clyburn is a Business Development Advisor and former Director of Programs for the Department of Defense (DOD), Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC), Director, Community Development for OSEHRA (the Open Source Electronic Health Record Alliance), Associate Director, Georgetown University, Imaging Science and Information Systems (ISIS) Center, in Washington, D.C., and Medical Operations Advisor, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Ministry of Defense & Aviation. Mr. Clyburn has served on numerous of Boards including the American Telemedicine Association, the HIMSS Veterans Career Services Advisory Council, the NASA Medical Information Technology Applications Consortium, and the Electronic Health Network Accreditation Commission Cloud Service Provider Advisory Council.
Erica comes to Zane Networks with over 8 years of excellent customer service skills, a passion for team building, extensive knowledge in team management and project management. She has previously served as a board member for the Chestnut Street Family YMCA in Louisville, KY and was recognized by Who’s Who of Louisville, African American Profiles, in 2012. Ms. Lee has a B.S. in Marketing from the University of Louisville and has recently acquired her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Murray State University. She aims to use her growing knowledge to serve as a catalyst for continuing her work in marketing and management.