Glenn’s introduction to work was becoming involved in his family’s business: real-time X-ray diagnostic equipment. He held every possible role, from working in the machine shop, assembly, testing, design, adaptations, and interfaces, eventually running the two companies his family helmed in this industry. This early, foundational experience in doing work that made lives better and gave something back to society has inspired him throughout his career, including his 12+ years with the Maptelligent team throughout its evolution.
Chief Rotanz has 50 years of experience in fire service, emergency management, research, and academia.
From 1979 to 2002, Chief Rotanz served in NYFD, working through the ranks until, at the end of his career with FDNY, he was detailed by the Mayor’s office as Deputy Commissioner of New York City’s Office of Emergency Management, located in World Trade Center 7, to organize and manage the emergency operations center during major events. During the September 11th attacks, it was after digging his way out of World Trade Center 1 with his staff, that he managed the multi-organization response of over 120 agencies, organizations, and businesses, from Pier 92.
Chief Rotanz was recently a program manager in NYC’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, designing their post-emergency canvassing operation; previously, he developed Adelphi University’s graduate degree in Emergency Management.
Joseph A. Cosio-Barron is an accomplished professional with many years’ experience working within the intricacies of people management and regulatory legal compliance to ensure the viability of publicly held corporations listed on the stock exchanges.
From 2016 to 2019, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as President of Las Vegas Xpress, Inc., which provided passenger rail excursions in the U.S. From 2007 to 2016, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as Executive Vice President of Las Vegas Railway Express, Inc., which also provided passenger rail excursions in the U.S. From 2004 to 2007, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as President of Shearson Home Loans, a $1.3 billion national mortgage bank with 237 offices in 33 states and 1,450 employees. From 2002 to 2004, Mr. Cosio-Barron co-founded Liberty Capital, a $100 million asset management company based in Las Vegas, Nevada. From 1996 to 2002, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as the Managing Partner and President of CBS Consultants, Inc., a California Corporation which was a financial firm offering highly specialized services in development and lending for hotels, resorts, and casinos to include regulatory legal compliance. From 1991 to 1996, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as the Executive Vice President of Finet Holdings Corporation, a Delaware Corporation. As Executive Vice President, he was entirely responsible for the coordination of all regulatory legal compliance and the management of the sales of the staff for all the branch offices. From 1980 to 1990, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as President of Terra West Construction, a company, which he founded which in addition to building single-family subdivisions, strip, centers, duplex and four-plex units also developed syndications and formed limited partnerships for large-scale developments throughout California. From 1973 to 1980, Mr. Cosio-Barron served as Senior Vice-President of Multi-Financial Corporation, a California Corporation which was a real estate investment firm that both owned and managed commercial, retail, and residential income properties in Northern California.
Richard Ziccardi has a background in Corporate Finance and Accounting, working in various roles in banking and investment companies while servicing and supporting financial products. Most recently, Rich spent 19 years at Bank of New York Mellon, ascending to the role of Global Head of Revenue Control for their Asset Servicing division, which was responsible for over $4 billion in annual revenue. In this role he ensured the proper controls were in place around client pricing, fee schedule creation, and revenue maximization, while managing a team responsible for reviewing thousands of invoices a month for accuracy before sending to clients.
Controls lead to credibility, reliability, and trust, which will be quite important in all financial aspects of Maptelligent.