Scott’s 30 years leading blue chip, mid cap and venture backed companies in global markets provides the experience necessary to propel Compression Works to commercial success. Always attracted to technology that made a difference in the lives of patients, Scott spent his early career at Boston Scientific and helped grow the company from a $40M privately held organization to a $2B publicly traded medical powerhouse during his tenure. To broaden his base, he spent the next several years leading the Global Orthopedic Unit of Orthofix International with operations in the United States and Europe where he helped accelerate the growth and profitability of the division. For the last 12 years Scott has led three venture backed medical companies and has raised over $200M in private and public funding while taking one of his company’s public. Scaling and building organizations are his trademark and make him well suited for his role here at Compression Works.
Dr. John Croushorn
Co-Founder / Chief Medical Officer
Dr. John Croushorn is a residency-trained, board certified emergency medicine physician and Fellow of the American College of Emergency Physicians. He is the founder and Chief Medical Officer of Compression Works, LLC. Dr. Croushorn is the inventor of the Abdominal Aortic and Junctional Tourniquet. He has served as the President of the Alabama Chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians and also holds a faculty appointment with the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Georgia Health Sciences University. He has served as command surgeon of Task Force 185, Army Combat Aviation, in Iraq in 2004. He served as a lead military physician in Mississippi during Hurricane Katrina in 2005. He has served with US Army special operations as well as Department of Justice Operational Medicine.
VP, Corporate Development
David is a seasoned executive and board director building teams, business units and companies that provides Compression Works with the experience and knowledge to scale the company. David has been a technology executive, and an entrepreneur/operator for more than 40 years launching companies, raising equity & debt capital and achieving successful exits. He has served as the CEO, COO, CFO or CIO for 5 startups he launched since 1999. For the last two decades he has been an Angel investor and a LP in three Venture Funds. David has served on 17 for-profit and non-profit boards over the last 30 years. David has extensive knowledge and experience in: Technology, Healthcare, Financial Services, Fintech, Manufacturing, Energy, Technology and Outsourcing Industries.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensed in Michigan and Colorado. As a Fractional Financial Advisor, Callee works with several C-Suite teams as a controller or CFO. Callee is a results driven leader who will not stop until the objectives are met. Callee has a background in franchise accounting with companies like Quiznos and Smashburger but more recently began working with small businesses and entrepreneurs to implement corporate level accounting practices at the earliest possible stage of the business life cycle. With Several years of tax firm experience Callee brings a varied set of skills to the organization and has worked with the Profit Matters and Compression Works teams to develop Internal controls, monthly financial reporting calls, and coordination with tax teams over the last year.
Dr. Richard Schwartz
Co-Founder Clinical Advisor
Dr. Richard Schwartz is currently Professor and Chairman of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. A 1989 graduate of Wayne State University School of Medicine. He was the recipient of a scholarship from the US Army Health Profession Scholarship program and attended Army Airborne training as a 3rd year medical student. He completed a transitional internship at William Beaumont Army Medical Center. Upon internship graduation he trained as an Army Flight Surgeon and immediately deployed to Operation Desert Shield/Desert Storm with the 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne). During this deployment he developed innovative methods to provide blood products to far forward deployed forces. He is also a medical device innovator and has developed a novel junctional tourniquet and a unique video airway management system, and he currently holds fourteen patents.