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Our ticker symbol is SRNA.
Our common stock is traded on the OTCQB Exchange.
Surna has been a publicly traded entity for a number of years. Surna announced it had acquired a cannabis growing equipment intellectual property holding company on March 28, 2014 and that it had signed a definitive agreement to acquire Hydro Innovations on April 1, 2014.
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Surna files quarterly reports with the SEC on Form 10-Q usually four to six weeks after the end of its quarter and year end, and filed its Annual Reports on Form 10-K on April 15, 2014.
We are on a calendar year that ends December 31 and begins January 1.
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Tim Keating, Chairman of the Board
Mr. Keating has 31 years of Wall Street experience, including 17 years’ experience as the principal owner of Keating Investments, LLC, which he founded in 1997.
Before founding Keating Investments, Mr. Keating held senior management positions in the Equity and Equity Derivatives departments of Bear Stearns, Nomura, and Kidder Peabody in both London and New York. He also served on the Equity Capital Formation Task Force: its members consisted of leaders from America’s startup and small-capitalization company ecosystems. The Task Force’s report on refueling job creation and growth by reconnecting investors with small-cap companies was presented to the U.S. Department of the Treasury in 2013.
Mr. Keating is a 1985 cum laude graduate of Harvard College with an A.B. in Economics.
Trent Doucet, President and Chief Executive Officer
Trent Doucet served as Surna COO from November 2015 until his appointment to CEO in June 2016. Mr. Doucet has also served as a director since December 21, 2015.
Mr. Doucet has been an entrepreneur and management consultant in the technology industry since 1999. His fields of experience span from technology disciplines such as hosted software, cloud computing and managed IT services, to industries including aviation and the manufacture of environmentally friendly consumer products.
Mr. Doucet has founded several companies including Primus Networks, Inc., which grew more than 400% in less than three years under his leadership as CEO. Primus Networks was acquired in 2011 by mindSHIFT Technologies, one of the largest managed IT providers in the US, with revenues in excess of $125 million. Doucet joined mindSHIFT as VP and Managing Director, where he was responsible for over $10 million in revenue growth during his year tenure.
Fluent in both Spanish and French, Mr. Doucet served as a cryptologist in the US Navy and attended the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California. Trent studied linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin.
Brandy Keen, Vice President of Sales, Secretary and Director
Brandy Keen has served as a Vice President of Sales since July 2014 and as a Director and Secretary since August 2015. Ms. Keen’s career includes highly technical sales, entrepreneurship, and leadership in the semiconductor, construction, and indoor agriculture industries. In 2007, Ms. Keen co-founded Hydro Innovations where she developed a sophisticated knowledge of the controlled environment agriculture industry and established herself as an expert on the garden and indoor climate.
Morgan Paxhia, Director
Morgan Paxhia has served as an independent director since August 2015. Currently, he is the managing director of Poseidon Asset Management, which he helped found in January 2014. Since 2012, Mr. Paxhia has dedicated his investment focus primarily to the cannabis industry. Understanding the limited amount of information in this emerging industry, lack of institutional research, and lack of industry maturity, he embraces a “boots on the ground” approach to better understand individual companies and the industry. Morgan believes the cannabis industry demands nimble investment analysis and a fluid portfolio allocation as Poseidon continues to capitalize on the maturing cannabis industry.
From October 2013 to July 2015, he was the principal and managing director of Paxhia Investment Management, and from June 2009 to November 2013, he was an investment counselor with a privately owned registered investment adviser.
Previously, Mr. Paxhia worked on the municipal bond desk at UBS in New York City before moving into the wealth management as a financial advisor associate with UBS.