Meet the A-Vu Media Board of Directors

A-Vu is priviledged to have a serving Board of Directors with a depth and breadth of experience encompassing healthcare administration, healthcare law, broadband services, technology development, venture fund-raising and new business development.  Their individual contributions to economic growth, community infrastructure development and particularly healthcare management have had considerable positive impact at local, state and national levels.

A-Vu Media Board of Directors

Steve Coleman, Board Chairman

Executive business development consultant for 3M, Procter & Gamble and Pillsbury with more than 25 years as an advisor to owners of privately held businesses.

Gary W. Evans, Director

President and CEO of Hiawatha Broadband Communications in Winona, Minnesota.

John Horty, Director

President and editor of Horty Springer Publications. Mr. Horty serves as Chair of the Estes Park Institute of Englewood, Colorado and is past Chair of the Board of Directors of St. Francis Hospital and St. Francis Central Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

David R. Ebel, Director

Chief Financial Officer, Mayo Clinic - retired.  Mr. Ebel is currently a member of the Board of Directors as well as the Finance and Audit and Compliance Committees of Hennepin County Medical Center, the Board of Directors of the Rochester Art Center, and the Investment Committee of the Rochester Area Foundation.

Rachelle H. Schultz, Director

President and CEO of Winona Health in Winona, Minnesota.

Terry Adams, Director

Managing partner of Alsacia Partners, a privately held merchant banking and corporate development firm.

Our Vision

By enabling healthcare providers and combining access to telemedicine, entertainment and communication services through a simplified remote and a set-top box, A-Vu Media is challenging the complexity of multimedia access and leading the way for its customers to remain independent, yet fully connected to loved ones, care providers and the entertainment content they enjoy without the frustration of complex menus and tiny controls with too many buttons.

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