John Hess

PHA Board of Trustees

John Hess

Chief Technology Officer, CBJ
Boulder, Colo.
Board term ending: January 2016

John Hess lives in Boulder, Colo. with his wife, Seema, and three young children, Olivia, Iain and Simon. John became involved with PHA after his son Iain was diagnosed with pulmonary hypertension in October of 2004 at the age of 5.

Leading up to PHA’s recent website redesign, John volunteered his time with PHA’s web team to evaluate and select a vendor for the site overhaul. John also took part in “14 Fourteeners” with daughter Olivia and Iain’s best friend Matt. John and the two eleven-year-olds climbed Colorado’s 14 highest peaks in 14 days to fundraise and spread awareness of PH in Iain’s honor. Watch CBS coverage of the climb

John holds a Master’s of Engineering degree and holds six US patents. He has been involved with high-tech startups for the past 14 years and his area of expertise includes hardware and software development as well as technology management. As a technology leader, he has managed the creation of a diverse range of solutions from Internet-based services to hardware devices. Most recently, as Chief Technology Officer of CBJ, John’s infrastructure, e-commerce and product technology efforts directly increased revenue $24 million over the span of two years. He currently is the Chair of the Strategic Planning Committee and has a seat on the Governance Committee.

 

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