Don Bodnar is the founder of the Axiom Group, which includes Axiom Education and Axiom International. Originally founded as D&D Systems in 1993, Axiom Group added Axiom Education to leverage prior experience with telecommunications infrastructure services provided to Connecticut municipalities and school systems. Axiom International provides technical engineering, support, project management and market data services to financial trading floors in the United States and Europe.
Prior to founding Axiom Group, Don was CEO of a Communications Installation and Integration company in Southern Connecticut for nearly 10 years. Don brings a wealth of management experience to the team, including accounting, operations, vendor management, sales and marketing.
Curt Naser is one of the founders of Axiom Education and the original creator of Mentor. Curt has spent over 25 years working with IRBs as a bioethicist, serving on three IRBs (biomedical, corporate and social science) and is the chair of one IRB. Curt manages the development and support teams for Axiom Education. Curt has consulted with dozens of IRBs on their practices and their implementations of the Mentor system. Curt received his Ph.D. from Stony Brook University in Philosophy, and has taught medical ethics, research ethics and philosophical ethics for 25 years.
Chett Rubenstein is one of the founding members of Axiom Education, where he brings his 30 years of experience in management, sales, IT, software development and the delivery of software as a service. Prior to joining Axiom, Chett was the CTO of cloud services provider RecoveryPlanner, Vice President Product Development of Greenfield Online, the founder and CEO of CTTechHosting.net, Vice President Financial Industry Services for Experio Solutions (currently Hitachi Consulting), Director of Business Development for Net Quotient Consulting Group (currently Xtivia Technologies), and Vice President Web Services for Nationsbank (currently Bank of America).
Chett has a bachelor of science degree in accounting, international finance and computer science from the University of Colorado, Boulder.