Board of Directors
Paul started his career as an equity analyst at Sidoti & Co. in 2005. In 2008, he founded Noble Equity Fund, a healthcare focused hedge fund. The next year he launched Noble Advisors, a registered investment advisor, primarily to service clients with more conservative investment objectives. In 2010, he began advising clients on angel investments, primarily in the healthcare space. Paul joined the board of directors of VDI, Inc., a specialty veterinary diagnostics laboratory, in 2013. That same year, he began volunteering in the Big Brother Big Sister program and joined GenR, a group of young professionals affiliated with the International Rescue Committee who support people who are surviving humanitarian conflicts.
In his spare time, Paul enjoys researching markets, as well as social and geopolitical issues. He also likes playing basketball and meeting up with family and friends.
Paul graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2005 with a Bachelors of Science in Finance. He also attained an MBA at Yale in 2017.
Bill most recently served as the Senior Vice President of Spectra Laboratories, a subsidiary of Fresenius SE & Co. He started his career in the lab industry at Quest Diagnostics in 1973 where he spent over 30 years in operational roles, eventually leading U.S. operations and the Program Office for the company. More recently, he spent five years as the Vice President and Lab Operations Director at Manhattan Labs. Bill joined the Board of Directors of VDI, Inc, a specialty veterinary diagnostics laboratory in 2006. He was elected to the Board of Trustees of the Armenian Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in 2011. He was also a founding member of the Board of Directors of Ilab, a market leader in cloud based solutions for core lab management, which was purchased by Agilent in 2016.
Bill is an extensive traveler, having flown over three million miles in his lifetime for business and leisure. He has spent his life's work fostering efficient operations directly at patient and provider facing clinical labs and as a board member, advising and investing in several innovative health based startups.
Louay Toni, M.D.
Louay is a certified pediatric cardiologist practicing at Seattle Children's in Washington. The intrinsic motivation in his practice is to strive to give children with underlying heart disease the opportunity to experience the highest quality of life and to benefit from many of the physical and psychological benefits of activity that children with well functioning hearts are afforded. He recently began volunteering for Habitat for Humanity.
Louay is an outdoors-man who spends his weekends biking, playing hockey and hiking. He also enjoys spending time with his family and practicing his faith.
Louay graduated from Rutgers University in 2001 with a Bachelors of Arts. In 2005 he received his MD from Robert Wood Johnson. He completed his residency in pediatrics at Tufts Hospital in 2008 and his fellowship in cardiology at Long Island Jewish hospital in 2011.