President, Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Harper joined i1 Biometrics as President and CEO in April 2014. Jesse brings over 20 years of B2B and sport sales experience. Prior to his role as President and CEO, he served i1 Biometrics as VP of marketing and sales. Jesse previously held the position of senior director of B2B sales for Polar Sports & Fitness Monitors, the world’s No.1 sports performance monitoring company, from 2004 to 2012, and product consultant and field deployment roles from 1994 to 2004. In this capacity, he was responsible for the sales and distribution of Polar products in the B2B channel to pro and collegiate sports teams, health clubs, educational institutions, corporate wellness, insurance and military segments. He also serves on the board of the National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association. Jesse has an undergraduate degree in nutritional biochemistry and an MBA in international business.
Director of Sales
Mr. Golden joined i1 Biometrics as Director of Sales in 2016. He previously held positions at ATG Stores as the Director of Sales and as the Business Development Manager of all sporting goods categories. Andrew brings to i1 Biometrics expertise in e-commerce, content creation and process development.
Mr. Rubens is a private investor and entrepreneur based in the Seattle area. During his illustrious career, he founded, incubated, and acquired several ventures. His business acumen lead his company, ATG Stores, to be listed twice as one of Inc. Magazine’s “Fastest Growing Companies”; and in 2011, Lowe’s acquired ATG as a wholly-owned subsidiary. Recently, Gary has made several investments in the wearable sensor technology sector. In the capacity of advisor to i1 Biometrics, Gary brings the knowledge and experience of building a valuable and profitable business.
Mr. Snyder brings more than 35 years technical and scientific experience to the i1 Biometrics team. He began his career developing advanced semiconductor and laser technologies at Hughes Research Laboratories, and as consultant to the Amoco Research Center. He then transitioned to the medical device industry where he expanded his expertise to encompass medical device development, clinical trial design and management, statistical analysis, implantable systems, machine learning, digital and analog electronics, digital signal processing, and software design.