Founder / Founder
Jill Kelley is a pioneer in women-led technology. She is the first Arab American female CEO of a blockchain company. As a Lebanese immigrant, Jill has always been intensely interested in STEM- long before inclusion and diversity were welcomed in the technology sector. She is the inventor of multiple proprietary patents in both blockchain technology and surgical devices. In 2018, when speaking at DC-5G satellite cybersecurity conference, CIO Review recognized Kelley as one Of the most globally instrumental Arab American women. As the former military-coalition ambassador to over 60 nations under Secretary Of Defense General James Mattis, she continues to advise embassies and sits on the boards of multinational companies.
Blockchain Strategy and Analytics
Ricky Armwood has a successful career of assessing technological capability and technological consulting; Currently leading a team at Department of Defense, Joint Improvised-Threat Defeat Organization (JIDO). Transforming Deloitte’s interaction and work at JIDO through increased analytic investigation, informed decision making and enhanced collaboration/integration via cross functional team building.
Adam Walker, a blockchain systems architect for SOCOM (Special Operation Forces), has 20+ years’ experience in wireless solution design integration and in managing classified military systems. Adam carries Top Secret Clearance (TS-SCI).
Dr. Scott Kelley, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Dr. Kelley graduated from Dartmouth College, followed by Columbia Medical School, and then completed General Surgery residency at the University of Pennsylvania, with a Surgical Oncology Fellowship at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center. Dr. Kelley has developed multiple patents across a wide range Of domains.
Early in the pandemic, he deployed a nationwide telemedicine hotline to marginalized communities using A1 technology. As CMO of EdentiflD, Dr. Kelley will revolutionize healthcare through his innovation by integrating patients, stakeholders, and providers