With more than 30 years of industry experience, HPOne Chairman Jim Foreman brings strategic leadership, healthcare industry expertise, and a proven track record in managing billion-dollar P&Ls. In addition to his appointment at HPOne, Jim currently sits on the Board of Directors of Alegeus, ConsumerMedical, and Centivo. Previously, Jim served on the Executive committees of Towers Perrin, Towers Watson, Willis Towers Watson and Aetna. His roles included merger and acquisition strategies and running company operations in global markets. Jim is currently a Senior Advisor to the Lightyear Funds and Century Equity Partners. He also guest lectures in the Value Investing program at UCLA. Jim Graduated from UCLA with a degree in Business-Economics and studied International Business at the University of Melbourne.
From 1989-2004, Kevin worked for Oxford Health Plans in a variety of executive management positions. During his latter five years there, he reported to the CEO as the EVP of Sales, Products and Pricing. Upon Oxford's sale to United Healthcare in 2004, Kevin was named CEO of United's Northeast Division, and was with UHC until 2006. Since then, he has been a board member of several VC backed companies including; HPOne, Chairman of Picwell, Chairman of Checkpoint HR, board member of Benestream, and senior advisor to Liazon Corporation.
Ted is a Partner at Peloton Equity. Prior to Peloton, he was a Partner at Ferrer Freeman & Company which he joined in 2000. He previously worked at Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette (“DLJ”) with responsibilities in Healthcare Investment Banking. Prior to joining DLJ, Ted worked for Cowen & Co. He is a currently a member of the Board of Directors of AeroCare Holdings, Inc., Ancillary Advantage, Inc., and Arcadia Solutions, LLC. He holds a B.A. degree from Princeton University.
Michal Petrzela is a Managing Director at Lightyear Capital and a member of its Investment Committee. Prior to rejoining Lightyear in 2005 after working as a Summer Associate in 2004, Michal worked at Barclays in London in the financial institutions group, where he helped to develop a balance sheet advisory practice. Previously, he was at Credit Suisse in New York, also in the financial institutions group, where he advised on mergers and acquisitions in both the United States and Europe. Michal began his career at Arthur Andersen as a consultant in the financial markets practice. He holds a B.S. in Accounting and Finance from Syracuse University and an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Boris Rapoport is a Managing Director at Lightyear Capital and a member of its Investment Committee. Prior to joining Lightyear in 2011, Boris was a Principal at FTV Capital where he spent eight years working on private equity investments in the financial and business services industries. Boris began his career as an investment banker at W.R. Hambrecht + Co. He holds a B.A./B.S. in International Studies and Economics from the Huntsman Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Bill has been a senior-level manager in the managed care industry since 1993, including positions at Oxford Health Plans and HCA. Before founding HPOne in 2006, he was Senior Vice President for Health Net of the Northeast, a subsidiary of Health Net, Inc. (NYSE: HNT). While there, he was responsible for managing the New Jersey and Connecticut Medicaid programs. Bill earned his CPA at KPMG Peat Marwick in Boston. He also holds a BA from Holy Cross College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.