Robert Hussey


Mr. Hussey is a seasoned financial, marketing and operations executive in sectors including consumer packaged goods, financial services and advertising. In recent years, Mr. Hussey has focused on advising private equity and institutional investors in these industries, and in special situations.

He serves as an advisor to Amphion Capital Management, Argentum Capital and the Swedish Growth Fund.

Among Mr. Hussey’s accomplishments is the founding of POP Radio Corp, the country’s first and largest direct broadcast satellite radio network. He led its NASDAQ IPO and eventual sale to Heritage Media/News Corp.  Mr.  Hussey’s  early  career  years  include  time  as  a Product Manager at American Home Products/Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Director of Product Marketing at Oppenheimer  and  EF  Hutton.

He was then recruited by Grey Advertising as a Senior VP, managing over $200 million of brand advertising spending.

Mr. Hussey is also a founding investor in, Apple store’s #1 social media astrological based relationship app. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Digital Remedy, Inc., Axcess International, Inc. and Moonit Labs, LLC.

Mr. Hussey received his MBA in International Finance from George Washington University, and his undergraduate degree from Georgetown University School of Business, where he has served on its Board of Regents.

Steve Adelstein


Mr. Adelstein started his career as a CPA with KPMG in the 1970’s and for the past 20 years has been associated with several development stage entities and a financial consultant to both private and public companies. 

Mr. Adelstein is a founder of Ecolivegreen Corp., the originator of the filing of patents of Eco. Over the last five years, Mr. Adelstein has primarily focused on Eco and Absorbezz LLC, as the Manager of this livestock nutritional product. 

Presently, Mr. Adelstein is a Director and Consultant of Eco and Chief Executive Officer of Eco International Water System Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company developing international representation.  

Mr. Adelstein has served as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer of First Level Entertainment Group, Inc. as well as other privately held companies. Mr. Adelstein has a financial background and is an inactive Certified Public Accountant.

Scott Worley


Mr. Worley is a seasoned financial and operations executive in sectors including real estate development, construction, wealth management and accounting.  He has been Vice President of Milstein Properties, President of Franconia Development Corp, Vice President of Levitt Homes, co-Founder of a Registered Investment Advisory Firm and Owner/CEO of Northstar Homes.

He has been involved in the construction of over 10,000 homes during his career, been President of multiple builder associations, elected to South Florida Builders Hall of Fame, and served on multiple public and private boards.

Mr. Worley received his BS degree in accounting from Lehigh University, was a CPA at Arthur Young & Company, and still maintains his GC license and his investment advisor registration.

Paul C


Mr. Culler professional credits include the conception and commercialization of Membrane Softening in the late 1970’s.  Mr. Culler originated the use of structural fiberglass in the construction of desalting facilities, and pioneered the commercialization of low-pressure membranes.

Mr. Culler’s many years of experience are exemplified by a long list of desalination installations with which he has been associated.

Over the years, he has authored numerous papers associated with water desalination.

Mr. Culler, also founded Basic Technologies and later SeaTec Systems.  He is a founder and past Director of the Southeast Desalting Association and was instrumental in the development of the Membrane Operator Certification School, having guided it for the first four years of its existence.

Bevin Beau


Mr. Beaudet has more than 45 years of broad-based, progressively responsible technical and management experience in both the private and public sector. Earlier career experience involved applied research, and the planning and implementation of water and wastewater infrastructure projects.  Recent experience includes utility management practice and program management of numerous public construction projects with aggregate value of over $1.5 billion.

Mr. Beaudet recently retired as Director of Palm Beach County, Florida’s Water Utilities Department (PBCWUD), Florida’s third largest water and wastewater utility.  Under his direction, PBCWUD has developed into one of the most efficient and forward thinking utilities in the nation; recently receiving the Association of Metropolitan Water Agencies Platinum Award for Sustained Competitiveness Achievement. 

Mr. Beaudet has an MS in Environmental Engineering from the University of Florida, a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Massachusetts and an Executive Certificate in Public Management from Florida Atlantic University.

William Y


Mr. Young started his career in 1966 with Cutler Hammer in Milwaukee.  In 1970, Mr. Young moved the Cutler Hammer complete chiller starter manufacturing process from Milwaukee to the Cutler Hammer Atlanta assembly plant.

In 1981, Mr. Young established Industrial Power Systems, Inc. (IPS). IPS began as an electrical panel shop, but quickly expanded into the automated controls and switchgear business.  As a systems integrator, IPS is able to package switchboards, drives, transformers, instrumentation, and automation products into a complete system.  IPS was acquired by The New IEM, LLC in September, 2011.  Mr. Young is now President of BAJ Young Consulting, Inc. providing electrical design services for industrial control systems.

Mr. Young attended the Milwaukee School of Engineering, receiving an AAS degree in 1966.  He earned his Electrical Engineering degree from Southern Polytechnic State University in 1972.