Our executive team has decades of experience in security, IT, science, healthcare, and engineering. Together, we’re leading the charge to make the healthcare experience better for everyone.
Julian Lin – Chairman and Co-founder
Julian Lin has served the company as chairman and co-founder since 1995, when he entered the environmental security and safe care industry, starting from video surveillance in both digital and analog imaging technologies.
Under his wise and far-sighted leadership, Julian turned great entrepreneurial vision into reality in 2010, by building a successful and innovative healthcare technology platform that provides managed services to improve the healthcare industry’s safety.
He graduated with an EMBA degree from Guanghua School of Management of Peking University in China. He is also a member of China Zhisland, the number one high-end O2O social networking platform for top business leaders in China. Liu Chuanzhi of Lenovo, Jack Ma of Alibaba and former Australian ambassador Geoff Raby are all its supporters or members.
Mike Sheehan – Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder
Mike Sheehan is the chief executive officer and co-founder of IntelliCentrics. His responsibilities include oversight of worldwide company operations while serving on the Board of Directors for the consolidated entity as well as for each of the major subsidiaries. Mike has had an extensive career in environmental security and controls, but it is his multidimensional background in both entrepreneurial start-ups and Fortune 500 corporations (domestic as well as global operations) that makes him uniquely qualified to lead a company that operates at the leading edge of security and technology.
Mike joined the company in 2004, following a successful career at Honeywell where he was most recently global vice president of marketing for the Video Systems Business and, prior to this role, the global vice president of Six Sigma for the $2 billion Security division of Honeywell. Under his leadership, the company has enjoyed five years of triple-digit compounded annual growth due primarily to the innovative, customer-centric culture he has established. He’s been invited to speak as a UNT Distinguished Speaker at the University of North Texas College of Business, addressing the topic “The Role Risk Plays in a Business.”
Mike holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Indiana University. The Sheehan family has been a longtime supporter of the North Texas Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and prostate cancer research.
Hans Moller – Chief Financial Officer
Hans Moller is responsible for leading and developing the company’s global financial strategy, accounting, tax, treasury, asset management, capitalization, and investor relations. He spearheads the transformation of the company’s accounting and finance teams to ensure the agility needed to support IntelliCentrics’ growing operations as a platform company.
Hans is an accomplished CFO of over 15 years of experience as a strategic partner to the CEO, having worked in diverse industries across four continents. He joined IntelliCentrics from Brinks, where he was the CFO leading the company’s successful turnaround and largest acquisition in its 160-year history. He also implemented a revenue management system and more effective pricing tools to increase revenue and margins. Prior to Brinks, Hans was the CFO for the U.S. market at DSV A/S and later became CFO of the Americas. Before his time at DSV, Hans was the CFO at CSAV/Hapag Lloyd in Asia, overseeing the company’s strategic growth in Hong Kong and China.
Hans earned his bachelor’s degree in commercial engineering from Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile and a Master of Business Administration, with a concentration on finance, from Rutgers University.
Celina Burns – Chief Commercial Officer
Celina Burns is the chief commercial officer responsible for IntelliCentrics’ go-to-market and market acquisition strategies, revenue growth, corporate branding, marketing, sales, and user acquisition and support operations.
Before she joined IntelliCentrics, Celina was senior vice president, Finance Performance Solutions, at Vizient, where she led emerging market financial performance improvement and value-based healthcare strategy consulting to health systems and large physician practices nationally. Prior to Vizient, she was the president at Davis Vision, the third largest managed vision benefits company and a subsidiary of Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield. Celina began her career in hospital contracting, provider network development, and medical economic management, and has held various leadership roles at some of the largest healthcare brands, including Aetna and Humana.
Driven by building high-performing healthcare organizations, with a passion for clinical quality and care coordination, she has cultivated a strong track record in developing high-impact business plans. She has in-depth expertise in consumer-driven healthcare strategy, health system and integrated network development, population health engagement, ancillary health products, and alternate payment model.
Celina earned a bachelor of science in speech pathology from Texas State University. She has been actively engaged in a number of industry and community based healthcare organizations, including as a board member of the American Heart Association (AHA), Health Industry Council board member, multi-year Chair for AHA Go Red for Women’s Campaign, National Association of Vision Care Plans board member, and Gerson Lehrman council member.
Michael McDonald – Chief Operating Officer
Michael McDonald is the chief operating officer responsible for delivering trust to customers by establishing and implementing innovative people and facility strategies that optimize credentialing and customer interaction to every global customer.
Prior to joining IntelliCentrics, Michael was involved in the technology and operations field. Most recently, he was executive vice president, Operations and Manufacturing, at Peacock Alley, where he played a transformational role in growing the company three times faster than the industry rate. Prior to Peacock Alley, Michael was with Everthread, a Series A technology startup that offers a SaaS platform to mid- to large-sized retail clients looking to increase e-commerce and in-store sales. In this role, he consulted on service delivery operations, legal and organizational structure. In addition to his success and diverse experiences in operational leadership, Michael is a Texas licensed attorney with extensive international deal-making experience in the software industry and brings his legal acumen to his professional roles as a value-add. He was admitted to the Texas State Bar in 1993.
Michael earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Concordia College and his Juris Doctor from Louisiana State University.
Simone Pringle – Chief Product Officer
Simone Pringle has enjoyed a successful 30-year record of being a thought-leading entrepreneur and technologist.
Before joining IntelliCentrics as the chief product officer, Simone co-founded a software consulting firm and Records for Living–the maker of the HealthFrame personal health record (PHR). She has been active in standards bodies, including the ASTM/AAFP Continuity of Care Record and the ACORD Property & Casualty XML standard.
Simone has proven skills as a consensus-style leader and moderator in groups that include competing organizations (SafeCo, Travelers, The Hartford) as well as large corporate divisions in both private (e.g., Frito-Lay, Pepsi Bottling Co, Gatorade, Tropicana, Quaker) and public (e.g., Commonwealth of Massachusetts’s Executive Office of Health and Human Services, Department of Revenue, Department of Transportation) sectors. Her expertise has been applied to solutions in multiple vertical markets, including healthcare, property & casualty insurance, state government, military intelligence, consumer packaged goods, and finance.
Simone holds an MS from Brown University and a BA from Harvard University.
Advisors to the CEO
Stephen Brobst is the chief technology officer for Teradata Corporation and managing partner at Sampo Technologies & Systems. His specialization is in the design and construction of analytic solutions for Fortune 500 companies in the United States and internationally. He performed his graduate work in computer science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where his Master’s and PhD research focused on high-performance parallel processing. He also completed an MBA with joint course and thesis work at the Harvard Business School and the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Stephen has authored numerous books and articles related to advanced data management techniques. He has been on the faculty of The Data Warehousing Institute since 1996 and teaches courses related to machine learning and artificial intelligence, agile analytics, real-time analytics, high-performance data warehouse design, future trends in analytics, aata visualization, capacity planning, big data exploitation, and enterprise information management. During Barack Obama’s first term of the presidency, Stephen was appointed to the Presidential Council of Advisors on Science and Technology in the working group on Networking and Information Technology Research and Development where he worked on the development of big data strategy for the U.S. government.
John Trustman is a managing director of EY-Parthenon, part of Ernst & Young LLP, and is based in its Dallas and Boston offices. With a 40-year career as a strategy consultant, executive and entrepreneur, he serves in the healthcare, financial services and technology sectors and leads the firm’s “Full Potential Paradigm™” practice.
John has served as the chief technology officer of MedidaMetrics, the leader in activity-based costing in hospitals, as well as the chairman of the Board of Directors of WAVi, a pioneer in the development of high-quality, low-cost brainwave analysis hardware and software. He was the cofounder of deNovis (now HealthEdge), the developer of breakthrough technology in natural language processing-based healthcare claims processing, and is the former senior vice president and chief information officer of Aetna Health Plans, the largest commercial health insurer in the United States and was a senior vice president of Fidelity Investments. John began his career at UST Corp in Boston, where he became senior vice president and chief information officer, and also worked at Bain & Company. He has patents in a range of areas, from natural language processing to movement disorder diagnosis and brainwave analysis.
John holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar, and a BA from Yale University.