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Richard W Ginn

from New York, NY
Age ~57

Richard Ginn Phones & Addresses

  • 295 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10007
  • 303 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013
  • 201 86Th St, New York, NY 10028
  • San Francisco, CA
  • Spring Valley, NY
  • Cliffside Park, NJ

Resumes

Resumes

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--Real Estate Specialist

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Position:
President at RMZL Capital, Inc.
Location:
Palm City, Florida
Industry:
Real Estate
Work:
RMZL Capital, Inc. since May 2008
President

United Property Management Limited Jan 2003 - Dec 2007
Managing Member

Enterprise Rent-A-Car Jan 1994 - Oct 2003
District Manager
Education:
Florida Atlantic University 1992 - 1994
Bachelor of Science, Finance and Financial Management Services
University of South Florida 1990 - 1992
Associate's degree, General
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Chief Executive Officer

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Location:
New York, NY
Industry:
E-Learning
Work:
Education Solutions Sep 2008 - Dec 2012
Owner

Freehold Township Elementary School District Jul 2005 - Jan 2009
School Administrator

Black Rocket Productions Jul 2005 - Jan 2009
Chief Executive Officer

High Technology High School Sep 1998 - Aug 2005
Teacher
Education:
Fairleigh Dickinson University 2003 - 2005
Masters, Master of Arts
Rutger's University 2000 - 2002
Masters, Master of Arts, Political Science
Clemson University 1992 - 1996
Skills:
Curriculum Development
Technology Integration
Public Speaking
Teaching
Curriculum Design
Educational Technology
Instructional Technology
Educational Leadership
Graphic Design
Social Media
Editing
Staff Development
Video Production
Teacher Training
Classroom
Game Based Learning
Elementary Education
Higher Education
Instructional Design
Community Outreach
E Learning
Research
Nonprofit Organizations
Leadership Development
Microsoft Office
Interests:
Children
Economic Empowerment
Politics
Education
Science and Technology
Human Rights
Certifications:
Certified Social Studies Teacher
New Jersey Department of Education
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Managing Director - Strategic Advisory

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Location:
9330 Prairie Meadows Dr, Roanoke, IN 46783
Industry:
Investment Banking
Work:
Rockefeller Capital Management
Managing Director - Strategic Advisory

Westmere Management Llc 2016 - 2019
Partner

Bank of America Merrill Lynch 2005 - 2016
Managing Director, Investment Banking - Financial Institutions Group

Lehman Brothers 2003 - 2005
Vice President, Investment Banking - Financial Institutions Group

Bank of America Merrill Lynch 1998 - 2002
Managing Director, Investment Banking - Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Education:
Auckland University of Technology
Nyu Stern School of Business
Master of Business Administration, Masters, Finance
Skills:
Investment Banking
Corporate Finance
Capital Markets
Valuation
Financial Modeling
Equities
Mergers and Acquisitions
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Richard Ginn

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Location:
United States
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Location:
United States

Business Records

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Richard Ginn
Owner
Broomsticks
House Cleaners
Private Address, Calgary, AB T2C 4A7
(403) 873-7218
Richard Ginn
Owner
Broomsticks
House Cleaners
(403) 873-7218
Richard Ginn
President
TRANSAORTIC MEDICAL, INC
135 E Main Ave SUITE 170, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
650 Page Ml Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94304
90 W Main Ave, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Richard Ginn
Ck Management 3, LLC
Investment Management · Management Services
1512 Bonanza St, Walnut Creek, CA 94596
3500 Alameda De Las Pulgas, Menlo Park, CA 94025
Richard Ginn
President
Tenon Medical, Inc
18655 Madrone Pkwy, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
650 Page Ml Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94304
90 W Main Ave, Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Richard Ginn
President
AOM AC, INC
Plumbing/Heating/Air Cond Contractor
3500 Alameda De Las Pulgas STE 120, Menlo Park, CA 94025
Richard Ginn
Ck Management, LLC
Venture Fund Management · Management Services
873 Santa Cruz Ave, Menlo Park, CA 94025
Richard Ginn
Ck Mngmnt, LLC
Venture Fund Management
3500 Alameda De Las Pulgas, Menlo Park, CA 94025

Publications

Us Patents

Surgical Instrument For Stabilizing The Beating Heart During Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery

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US Patent:
6346077, Feb 12, 2002
Filed:
Jan 27, 1997
Appl. No.:
08/789751
Inventors:
Charles S. Taylor - San Francisco CA
William N. Aldrich - Redwood City CA
Thomas L. Baughman - Cupertino CA
Federico J. Benetti - Santa Fe, AR
Brian J. Bennett - Menlo Park CA
Michael J. Billig - Cupertino CA
Thomas J. Fogarty - Portola Valley CA
John J. Frantzen - Copperopolis CA
Richard S. Ginn - San Jose CA
Robert C. Glines - Cameron Park CA
Harry L. Green - Santa Cruz CA
Dwight P. Morejohn - Davis CA
Brent Regan - Davis CA
Eugene E. Reis - San Jose CA
Amr Salahieh - Campbell CA
Ivan Sepetka - Los Altos CA
Benjamin Sherman - Milpitas CA
Christian Skieller - Redwood City CA
Valavanur A. Subramanian - New York NY
Gary B. Weller - Los Gatos CA
William F. Witt - Palo Alto CA
Assignee:
Cardiothoracic Systems, Inc. - Cupertino CA
International Classification:
A61B 132
US Classification:
600204, 600206, 600210, 600235
Abstract:
The invention is methods and devices which a surgeon may use to stabilize the beating heart during a surgical procedure on the heart. Pursuant to the invention, a stabilizing device is introduced through an opening in the chest and brought into contact with the beating heart. By contacting the heart with the device and by exerting a stabilizing force on the device, the motion of the heart caused by the contraction of the heart muscles is effectively eliminated such that the heart is stabilized and the site of the surgery moves only minimally if at all. Typically, in separate steps, the surgeon contacts the heart with the stabilizing means, assesses the degree of movement of the anastomosis site, and exerts a force on the stabilizing means such that the contraction of the beating heart causes orgy minimal excess motion at the surgery site. By fixing the position of the stabilizing means in a configuration where the motion of the beating heart is effectively eliminated, the surgeon is able to stabilize the beating heart for the duration of the procedure. The stabilizing means may be attached to a rigid support or may be attached to a semi-rigid support which is rendered motionless mechanically, chemically, or by human intervention.

Surgical Instruments And Procedures For Stabilizing The Beating Heart During Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery

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US Patent:
6743169, Jun 1, 2004
Filed:
Oct 10, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/975392
Inventors:
Charles S. Taylor - San Francisco CA
William N. Aldrich - Redwood City CA
Thomas L. Baughman - Cupertino CA
Federico J. Benetti - Santa Fe, AR
Brian J. Bennett - Menlo Park CA
Michael J. Billig - Cupertino CA
Thomas J. Fogarty - Portola Valley CA
John J. Frantzen - Copperopolis CA
Richard S. Ginn - San Jose CA
Robert C. Glines - Cameron Park CA
Harry L. Green - Santa Cruz CA
Dwight P. Morejohn - Davis CA
Brent Regan - Davis CA
Eugene E. Reis - San Jose CA
Amr Salahieh - Campbell CA
Ivan Sepetka - Los Altos CA
Benjamin Sherman - Milpitas CA
Christian Skieller - Redwood City CA
Valavanur A. Subramanian - New York NY
Gary B. Weller - Los Gatos CA
William F. Witt - Palo Alto CA
Assignee:
Cardiothoracic Systems, Inc. - Santa Clara CA
International Classification:
A61B 132
US Classification:
600204, 600206, 600210, 600235
Abstract:
The invention is methods and devices which a surgeon may use to stabilize the beating heart during a surgical procedure on the heart. Pursuant to the invention, a stabilizing device is introduced through an opening in the chest and brought into contact with the beating heart. By contacting the heart with the device and by exerting a stabilizing force on the device, the motion of the heart caused by the contraction of the heart muscles is effectively eliminated such that the heart is stabilized and the site of the surgery moves only minimally if at all. Typically, in separate steps, the surgeon contacts the heart with the stabilizing means, assesses the degree of movement of the anastomosis site, and exerts a force on the stabilizing means such that the contraction of the beating heart causes orgy minimal excess motion at the surgery site. By fixing the position of the stabilizing means in a configuration where the motion of the beating heart is effectively eliminated, the surgeon is able to stabilize the beating heart for the duration of the procedure. The stabilizing means may be attached to a rigid support or may be attached to a semi-rigid support which is rendered motionless mechanically, chemically, or by human intervention.

Apparatus And Methods For Delivering A Vascular Closure Device To A Body Lumen

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US Patent:
6780197, Aug 24, 2004
Filed:
Dec 7, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/732835
Inventors:
Steven N. Roe - San Mateo CA
Richard S. Ginn - San Jose CA
W. Martin Belef - San Jose CA
Assignee:
Integrated Vascular Systems, Inc. - Sunnyvale CA
International Classification:
A61B 1704
US Classification:
606213, 606139, 606142, 606219
Abstract:
An apparatus for delivering a closure element into a puncture communicating with a blood vessel includes an introducer sheath, and a locator member disposed within the sheath, the locator member having a distal portion extending distally beyond the distal end of the sheath. A plurality of splines are provided on the distal portion of the locator member, the splines being selectively expandable between an axial collapsed configuration and a transverse expanded configuration. An actuator is coupled to the locator member for controllably expanding the splines. A housing is slidably disposed on the sheath for deploying a closure element, such as a vascular clip. The locator actuator may automatically collapse the splines upon advancement of the housing.

Access Platform For Internal Mammary Dissection

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US Patent:
7288065, Oct 30, 2007
Filed:
Jan 10, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/480828
Inventors:
Charles S. Taylor - San Francisco CA, US
William N. Aldrich - Redwood City CA, US
Federico J. Benetti - Santa Fe, AR
Richard S. Ginn - San Jose CA, US
Dwight P. Morejohn - Davis CA, US
Brent Regan - Davis CA, US
Eugene E. Reis - San Jose CA, US
Ivan Sepetka - Los Altos CA, US
William F. Witt - Palo Alto CA, US
Assignee:
CardioThoracic System, Inc. - San Jose CA
International Classification:
A61B 17/04
A61B 1/32
A61M 29/00
US Classification:
600232, 600231, 600224, 600233, 606198
Abstract:
An access platform having a first and a second blade interconnected to a spreader member that laterally drives the blades apart or together and a sternal pad interconnected to a blade. The superior blade is preferably pivotally coupled to the spreader member such that it naturally rises as the blades are separated. Alternatively, a vertical displacement member is operably interconnected to a blade and the spreader member and is used to vertically displace the interconnected superior blade and, thus, increase a surgeon's working space and visual access for the dissection of an internal mammary artery. A tissue retractor is interconnected to the blades to draw the soft tissue around an incision away from the surgeon's working area.

Access Platform For Internal Mammary Dissection

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US Patent:
7699774, Apr 20, 2010
Filed:
Aug 30, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/385812
Inventors:
Charles S. Taylor - San Francisco CA, US
William N. Aldrich - Redwood City CA, US
Federico J. Benetti - Santa Fe, AR
Richard S. Ginn - San Jose CA, US
Dwight P. Morejohn - Davis CA, US
Brent Regan - Davis CA, US
Eugene E. Reis - San Jose CA, US
Ivan Sepetka - Los Altos CA, US
William F. Witt - Palo Alto CA, US
Assignee:
Maquet Cardiovascular LLC - San Jose CA
International Classification:
A61B 17/02
A61M 29/00
US Classification:
600217, 606198
Abstract:
An access platform having a first and a second blade interconnected to a spreader member that laterally drives the blades apart or together and a sternal pad interconnected to a blade. The superior blade is pivotally coupled to the spreader member such that it naturally rises as the blades are separated. Alternatively, a vertical displacement member is operably interconnected to a blade and the spreader member and is used to vertically displace the interconnected superior blade and, thus, increase a surgeon's working space and visual access for the dissection of an internal mammary artery. A tissue retractor is interconnected to the blades to draw the soft tissue around an incision away from the surgeon's working area.

Prosthetic Heart Valves, Scaffolding Structures, And Systems And Methods For Implantation Of Same

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US Patent:
7785341, Aug 31, 2010
Filed:
Feb 25, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/066124
Inventors:
David C. Forster - Menlo Park CA, US
Scott Heneveld - Whitmore CA, US
Brandon Walsh - Syracuse UT, US
Richard Ginn - Gilroy CA, US
Assignee:
AorTx, Inc. - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
A61M 29/00
US Classification:
606194
Abstract:
Prosthetic valves and their component parts are described, as are prosthetic valve delivery devices and methods for their use. The prosthetic valves are particularly adapted for use in percutaneous aortic valve replacement procedures. The delivery devices are particularly adapted for use in minimally invasive surgical procedures.

Access Platform For Internal Mammary Dissection

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US Patent:
7909846, Mar 22, 2011
Filed:
Jan 10, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/480826
Inventors:
Charles S. Taylor - San Francisco CA, US
William N. Aldrich - Redwood City CA, US
Federico J. Benetti - Santa Fe, AQ
Richard S. Ginn - San Jose CA, US
Dwight P. Morejohn - Davis CA, US
Brent Regan - Davis CA, US
Eugene E. Reis - San Jose CA, US
Ivan Sepetka - Los Altos CA, US
William F. Witt - Palo Alto CA, US
Assignee:
MAQUET Cardiovascular LLC - San Jose CA
International Classification:
A61B 17/04
A61B 17/02
US Classification:
606198, 600232
Abstract:
An access platform having a first and a second blade interconnected to a spreader member that laterally drives the blades apart or together and a sternal pad interconnected to a blade. The superior blade is preferably pivotally coupled to the spreader member such that it naturally rises as the blades are separated. Alternatively, a vertical displacement member is operably interconnected to a blade and the spreader member and is used to vertically displace the interconnected superior blade and, thus, increase a surgeon's working space and visual access for the dissection of an internal mammary artery. A tissue retractor is interconnected to the blades to draw the soft tissue around an incision away from the surgeon's working area.

Prosthetic Heart Valves, Scaffolding Structures, And Systems And Methods For Implantation Of Same

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US Patent:
8128692, Mar 6, 2012
Filed:
Feb 25, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/067330
Inventors:
David C. Forster - Menlo Park CA, US
Scott Heneveld - Whitmore CA, US
Brandon Walsh - Syracuse UT, US
Richard Ginn - Gilroy CA, US
Assignee:
AorTx, Inc. - Redwood City CA
International Classification:
A61F 2/24
US Classification:
623 241, 606153
Abstract:
Prosthetic valves and their component parts are described, as are prosthetic valve delivery devices and methods for their use. The prosthetic valves are particularly adapted for use in percutaneous aortic valve replacement procedures. The delivery devices are particularly adapted for use in minimally invasive surgical procedures.
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