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In May 2017, Ron Louks was appointed Chief Operating Officer, overseeing NantHealth’s global operations. Ron has extensive experience scaling businesses – from launching new products globally, to mergers and acquisitions, supply chain management, sales operations, marketing, manufacturing, e-commerce, retail, quality control, information technology, etc. Prior to joining NantHealth, Ron served as President of Devices & Emerging Solutions at BlackBerry Limited. Prior to this, Ron served as Chief Executive Officer of the OpenNMS Group, the world’s largest open-source network management company. Before this, Ron was Chief Strategy Officer at the HTC Corporation, where he was responsible for driving new strategic initiatives, technological innovation, and M&A activities. Prior to HTC, Ron held a number of senior leadership positions at Sony Ericsson, most recently serving as Chief Technology Officer.

Ron has driven innovation – launching, commercializing, and shipping new products – including over 250 million mobile phones, hundreds of millions of accessories, and commercial software globally.

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