Executive Management & Board Members
Eric Hill is a Texas attorney focused on business and real estate transactions. Using a variety of financial platforms from syndications to venture capital to angel funding, he has conceptualized, organized and capitalized numerous business ventures. Hill attended Baylor University and Baylor University Law School. He earned his BBA for economics and international business in 1993, and his law degree in 1996. He has served on a number of charitable boards and enjoys working with nonprofit organizations benefiting children or at-risk juveniles.
Executive Vice President (EVP)
Rick Leslie is a multifaceted, goal-driven and successful sales professional. Leslie holds extensive experience in providing strategic growth and optimizing business processes and operations toward profitability. Leslie is a strategic thinker with the ability to analyze business development and client needs, quickly identify potential opportunities, and develop operational solutions to increase revenue. He is a Zig Ziglar Network Certified Trainer and has built numerous, national sales teams from the ground up. In a stellar sales career spanning nearly 20 years, Leslie has been responsible for remarkable corporate turnarounds in both regional divisions and entire companies, led a corporate startup, and created and lead several of his own businesses.
Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
Advisory Board Members
Jason S. Finkelstein, M.D.
Certified Cardiologist and Board Member
Michael Melman, M.D., FAAP
Dr. Melman joined Conejo Children’s Medical Group in 2013 after practicing in the San Fernando Valley for 10 years. Melman is originally from New York and received his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University with distinction. He attended the University at Buffalo School of Medicine in New York where he graduated cum laude and earned his medical degree in 1999. Melman then served as a pediatric leukemia research fellow at the National Institutes of Health and National Cancer Institute in Washington, D.C. In this role, he published two papers on acute lymphoblastic leukemia and received a Cancer Research Training Award. His pediatric residency was completed at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia. Following his residency, Melman moved to California in 2003. He is board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Melman’s areas of interest in pediatrics include sports medicine and nutrition.