This morning Mind Cure Health Inc. (CSE: MCUR) announced the hiring of Geoff Belair as their new Chief Technology Officer. Belair was the senior architect and creator of a banking solutions company known as Fincentric Corporation, where he led successful implementations at Stanford University’s Bank in Palo Alto, California, and American Express Bank in Singapore. He most recently served as VP of Information Technology at Westland Insurance.
“I have spent the majority of my career in highly regulated industries and know the importance of building trust and security into all facets of technological teams and operations. Technology can have a significant impact on how mental health is treated, and I look forward to driving Mind Cure’s mission forward through effective technology utilization.”Geoff Belair, CTO, Mind Cure
Mind Cure began trading last September. The company is focused on mental health and wellness with a mission to identify, develop and commercialize products that ease suffering, increase productivity, and enhance mental health.
The company has already announced an impressive team of advisors including Dr Dan Engle, a world renowned physician that has extensively studied both psychiatry and neurology. Also, the company engaged with science journalist Hamilton Morris and PR specialist Jon Bier.
Mind Cure last traded at 82c on the CSE, at the time of publishing.
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