Our decades of experience in leading startup and emerging businesses make us well qualified to assist you in building your company to the next level.
Albert T. Kelley
Albert has over thirty years of senior leadership experience in the healthcare and medical technology industry including several start-up medical device companies that were later acquired or went public. In addition, he was a founding board member of MassMEDIC, the Massachusetts Medical Device Industry Council.
Over the years, Albert has consistently demonstrated leadership, resilience and perseverance while leading businesses from start-up to market dominance, world-wide.
His experience includes establishing and managing direct operations and joint ventures in North America, Europe, Middle East, South America and Asia-Pacific regions.
Albert was Founder and President of OpenMed Technologies and MedUS, President & CEO at Applied Fiberoptics, VP of International Operations at Biolink Corporation, VP of Marketing and Sales and Vice President of International Operations at Zoll Medical Corporation and Director, Marketing and Sales at Catheter Technology Corporation.
Applied Fiberoptics, was purchased for $300,000 USD and sold for $7.0 million USD three years later after annual sales grew from under one million to $8 million.
Zoll Medical was described in The Wall Street Journal as one of the top ten most successful US IPO’s of 1992 and was acquired in 2012 for $2.21 billion USD.
Catheter Technology (Groshong vascular access), a start-up, was sold after five years to Bard for $60 million USD (60 times earnings) and is now Bard Access Systems, one of the most profitable and successful divisions of Bard.
Albert was awarded a BA from University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1974.
Carolyn B. Howard, CFP®
President, SeaCure Advisors
Carolyn graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1968 with a BS in Chemistry and from Boston University in 1971 with MEd in Science Education. She applied her education by teaching in public and private secondary schools for 17 years.
In 1993, recognizing the need to better manage her family's financial planning needs, Carolyn began studying all aspects of wealth management. Feeling that she had found her calling, she took her passion for teaching to the financial services industry.
Carolyn began her career in the field of financial services with AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company and initially utilized her education background to specialize as a retirement planning consultant for teachers and non-profit organizations.
Featured in the Boston Globe and quoted in The Wall Street Journal, Carolyn has become a sought-after speaker for financial planning workshops and seminars, many of which she has authored.
Carolyn has volunteered in various community service organizations over the years and has taught retirement planning at Technical Development Corporation, a management institute serving non-profits in Boston and New England. She also is a continuing education instructor to CPAs, attorneys, and CFPs in Massachusetts.
She is a Certified Financial Planner, CFP®. Carolyn is also a member of the Financial Planning Association, American Academy of Estate Planners, American Association of Individual Investors and International Association of Registered Financial Consultants, Inc.
In memory of her late husband Jack Howard, Carolyn provides pro bono financial planning services to patients and their families at Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA.
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We are excited to announce that Carolyn Howard has joined MedTech Advisors. Her financial planning expertise makes her an excellent addition to the team.
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