Dan Marcek - Founder and President
Dan worked in the high tech sector for over 30 years before founding Vetflix to address the experiences of military veterans. His business contributions spans a wide range of company environments, from startups to Fortune 100. Dan has worked as an Engineer, Business Strategist and Director while also serving as a member of numerous academic and technical Boards.
Ray Vercoe - Secretary
Ray served in the U.S. Navy, including one tour of duty in Vietnam. He then established a building company in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire that successfully operated for over 36 years. Ray brings to the Board a wealth of business experience, personal connections and a proven commitment to improving circumstances for all veterans.
Ed Verney - Treasurer
Ed began his career in the defense industry and continued for many years in high tech were he worked with customers, partners and others to create technical solutions to telecommunications challenges. Ed contributed to the success of companies including Digital, Compaq and Hewlett-Packard before establishing a Huntington Learning Center in Nashua where parents, students and teachers collaborate to achieve greater academic success.
Patrick began at a military defense contractor but spent most of his marketing career in the high tech and healthcare industries. His expertise includes creating experiences and events designed to tell stories, foster interactions and drive conversations forward. Patrick has a wealth of experience in global marketing and creating effective partnerships.
Gene hails from St. Louis and served in the U.S. Navy, including one tour in Vietnam. He returned home where he earned a college degree and then spent 25 years in the medical equipment field, contributing in both sales and management roles. Gene is also an entrepreneur, consultant and author.
Bobby began as an officer in the U.S. Air Force. After 20 years of service, Bobby entered the private sector with expertise in Program, Project, Operations & Logistics Management, and Non-Profit Administration.
Kurt is Curator at The Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH. Between undergraduate and graduate school, Dr. Sundstrom spent one year in the department of Prints and Drawings at the Art Institute of Chicago where he worked on several exhibitions and curated Realism and Regionalism: Printmaking between the Two World Wars. Since beginning work at the Currier in 1997, Dr. Sundstrom has worked on the presentation of several traveling exhibitions and the organization of many in house generated exhibitions including Visual Dispatches from the Vietnam War (2013).
Jason Cillo was born and raised in Milford, New Hampshire. He received his bachelors of science from the University of New Hampshire, an Associate’s degree in Accounting from NCC, and continuing his education through the Kaplan University of Finance. After leaving the corporate world, Jason joined Steele Associates, a 40 year old tax and finance firm established by his grandmother. Jason has sparked the expansion of services the firm has to offer and, as President of Steele Associates, continues to grow the family business.