Our Team

Our goal is to provide innovative solutions across all three divisions utilizing new technologies, new business creation, and intellectual property development.
Bill Jackson has been involved in the medical device industry for over 25 years. He co-founded Preferred Medical Products a company that was sold to Ballard Medical, a Tyco company. He has worked for medical device leaders Karl Stortz and Stryker, where he was a top producer for both companies. William co-founded Covalon Technologies, a spinout from the University of Toronto, and listed on TSXV. Bill co-founded Synergist, a medical robotics company that subsequently became Titan Medical, listed on the TSXV. Whatever the project, Bill can find a solution that will work and exceed your expectations.
Attilio Di Fiore brings over 25 years of medical device design, development, manufacturing, and regulatory experience. He is an acknowledged innovator and is respected for his expertise in the areas of infection control, thrombosis, in-vitro and in-vivo model design and biomaterial applications. Attilio has served as consulting expert and/or team leader for a number of medical device manufacturers, biomaterial manufacturers and biological test facilities across the U.S.A. and Canada. Prior to ATTWILL, Attilio was Program Manager of the Applied Research and Technology Team at Bard Access Systems (a division of CR BARD). He is named as primary inventor on 21 patents/applications, has published articles in the vascular arena, and presented at numerous medical and scientific conventions. Attilio holds a B.Sc. in Biological Science (Molecular Biology) and a B.Sc. Eng. in Biological Engineering (Biomedical).
Andrew brings over 20 years of experience and executive leadership. He is a co-founder and CFO at FORGE Hydrocarbons Corporation, a company with a proprietary Lipid-to-Hydrocarbon (LTH) technology that utilizes a robust integrated biorefining approach to produce true hydrocarbon fuels, solvents and chemicals. Andrew was also co-founder and CFO at Planet People, a manufacturer of concrobium products, which was sold in 2018 to Rustoleum for $80 million. Andrew also served as CEO and CFO at SQI Diagnostics, which went public in 2007. 
Angus Jackson explores investment opportunities in new technologies and expansion possibilities of innovative and proprietary hybrid-hydrogel technology into wound care, plastic surgery, stem cell growth, and tissue engineering. He looks forward to helping your product achieve its’ full potential. Angus is a graduate of Syracuse University (B.A. 2014), University of Georgia Law (JD 2017) and Duke University LLM (Law & Entrepreneurship 2018).
Amarinder “Sunny” Gill is a proven quality leader of product realization, sustaining engineering, and risk management for high-growth organizations.  With over 15 yrs experience and progressive growth at Bard Access Systems, Kimberly-Clark, Moog Medical Devices Group, and at ICU Medical as Corporate Quality Engineering Manager, Sunny oversaw quality engineering activities and corporate-level accountability over maintaining effective/compliant design control (21 CFR 820 & ISO 134853:2016) and risk management system (ISO 14971) for all functions corresponding to new product development of ICU Infusion Therapy, Critical Care and Programmable Electronic Device product portfolios. In his most recent role as Executive Director of Quality at PolarityTE, Sunny provided executive-level leadership for quality organization with full accountability over Quality Systems, establishing Clinical Research Quality (cGCP), and Quality Control for aseptic processing of SkinTE HCT/P regulated solely under Section 361 of the PHSA.  In addition to the ASQ Certified Quality Engineer and a Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, Sunny holds degrees in both Chemical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering from the University of Utah, and a Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs from San Diego State University.
Korey Klagos has experience and expertise in the procurement, scale-up of new and existing raw material suppliers, quality and regulatory compliance, continuous yield investigation and improvement projects, operations assistance, logistics assistance, supplier audits and contract negotiations. He is a graduate of MATC with a Degree as Associate of Science in Mechanical Engineering Technology in 1998. Prior to ATWILL, Corey spent 15 years in Operations at a specialty biopharmaceutical company.
Prior to AMS, Todd was employed by an Ohio-based organization and was responsible for setting up a 2nd manufacturing facility, which included establishing the financial system and manufacturing processes.Prior to this, Todd was plant manager for a plastic extrusion company in Janesville, WI. He holds degrees in Accounting and Finance, as well as a Master’s in Business Administration.  
Rebecca Hill brings 20+ years of experience in Project Management, Sales and Customer Service in an industrial setting. She holds a bachelor's degree in Industrial Technology and Graphic Arts Management from the University of Wisconsin Stout. Becca is lead manager on projects, ensuring a seamless transition.
Sue Dolphin manages all of ATTWILL Medical’s cGMP compliant shipping and receiving facilities. She ensures all products have complete documentation and traceability of materials and products from purchase order through shipping.

Our Advisors

Each advisor brings individual skills, extensive business background and successful strategies to help guide ATTWILL through its’ business growth in each division.
Rick is a serial entrepreneur with a passion for driving changes in healthcare that make sense to ayers, patients, and providers alike. His first company was International Managed Healthcare in Canada, which he sold to Liberty Mutual Insurance in 1994. In 1997, he built Alliance Medical Corporation, the first major medical device reprocessing company that was a pioneer in many aspects of the reprocessing industry. In 2010, Rick sold his company to Stryker for more than half a billion dollars.
Geoffrey is Managing Director, Private Clients at Echelon Wealth Partners. He is a seasoned investment advisor with extensive experience advising small and mid-sized businesses on how to achieve their objectives. Geoffrey entire career has been involved in management, board and advisory capacities with public, private and non-profit organizations. This skill set is invaluable in assisting ATTWILL plan and achieve its own strategic initiatives. He is a strong believer in an individual’s capability to achieve success given the appropriate tools and a “chance”.  
Gary is an equity partner at Thorpe North & Western and a licensed attorney in both California and Utah. As a registered patent attorney, his practice focuses primarily in the areas of patent prosecution, opinion work, and litigation support, in addition to his trademark and copyright practice. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University and a Juris Doctor degree from California Western School of Law.  
Geoff has over 40 years of experience in the financial services in Canada, the U.S. and London, England. He was head of private equity of Merrill Lynch Canada and a founder and Managing Partner of MWI & Partners, a private equity firm. Prior to founding MWI, he was a senior executive with Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce and CIBC Wood Gundy Inc. for over 20 years. His last position at CIBC was Chief of Staff for CIBC World Markets. Geoff is active on numerous corporate and not-for-profit Boards.
John has been a technology entrepreneur for the past 37 years specializing in medical devices and advanced manufacturing. He has numerous patents in both fields. John now spends his time as an angel and venture capital investor. He is active on boards for medical, environmental and e commerce companies. John is involved in numerous charities and enjoys mentoring young entrepreneurs.
Tim is a successful entrepreneur and managing director with proven strategic and leadership competencies in business development, team building and revenue generation. He has demonstrated strengths in sourcing, selling and delivering innovative client concepts that increase revenue.  Tim has been a successful businessman with experience as a Chartered Accountant at Coopers & Lybrand, and as a corporate banker at Bank of Montreal, Chicago IL specializing in leveraged buyouts. He spent a number of years as the managing director of Union Bank of Switzerland in Chicago where he ran a lending portfolio of $1.4 billion. Since leaving the banking industry, Tim has successfully pursued life as an entrepreneur.
Dr. Abraham has been a practicing Emergency and Occupational Medicine physician with Cascade Medical Associates in Eugene Oregon since 1979. Dr Abraham attended Medical School at the University of Western Ontario. He is board certified in Occupational and Environment Medicine and a Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He is the founding partner of Nova Health Urgent Care walk-in clinics with 19 clinics in Oregon and Montana and the medical director of Cascade Health Solutions Occupational Medicine Program. He is a founding Director and Board Member of Summit Bank(SBKO) in Eugene and Bend, Oregon and Monarch Medical Weight Loss Clinics with 5 clinics in Oregon. He also serves on the boards of Cascade Health Solutions and McKenzie Willamette Medical Center. He has previously served on the boards of MWMC Foundation, PacificSource Health Plans, the Health and Safety Institute and the Marist Foundation.