DHA Holdings, Inc. is an operating company that owns and manages component manufacturing and service companies supplying the energy equipment and Oil & Gas industries. Investments span acquisitions, JV/Start-Ups and General Expansion to service new market opportunities in the Energy, Oil & Gas and Transportation industries. DHA Holdings, Inc. is the management entity for the Innogen Business Accelerator. DHA's corporate team will provide expert education and mentorship services for entrepreneurs within the CEED program. Innogen will be located at the new DHA corporate office in order to ensure "arms length" collaboration between professionals and prospective entrepreneurs.
The emphasis of Union Graduate College is on highly effective education that provides the skills and knowledge that today's employers want. As a result, our students graduate ready to make an impact in their chosen professions immediately and over the long term. Union Graduate College is a graduate-only institution, dedicated to providing exceptional MBA programs, including an MBA in Healthcare Management, secondary education, engineering, and clinical leadership and bioethics. Our singular focus is reflected in the reputation of our faculty, the strength of our programs, and the caliber of students that we attract.
Newkey Media is located just five miles from Malta, near Albany New York, in the heart of the fast emerging Tech Valley. We are continuing to establish strong partnerships and custom applications for our clients. As the media industry continues to change and evolve, look for Newkey Media Solutions to lead the pack in NEW design ideas. We will continue to produce the highest quality in identity solutions, logos, custom product designs, music design, sound branding and websites for our clients. That is achieved by using the very latest cutting edge technology the industry has to offer. We will remain your competitive advantage. 
 Dr. Walter L. Robb is a former General Electric Senior Vice President, and is presently a mentor, director and angel investor to many Tech Valley start-ups.Dr. Robb was trained in chemical engineering at Pennsylvania State Universityand the University of Illinois and joined General Electric Company's AtomicPower Laboratory from 1951 to 1956. He became a researcher at GE's researchlaboratory in 1956 and successively served in various capacities for GE in management, research, and development, retiring in 1992 as Senior Vice President for Corporate Research and Development and a member of the company's Corporate Executive Council. For a time he directed GE's Schenectady R&D Center, one of the world's largest and most diversified industrial laboratories, with about 1,650 scientists, engineers, and technicians concentrating on the company's longer-range R&D needs. Among his specific assignments, Dr. Robb headed GE Medical Systems (headquartered in Milwaukee) from 1973 to 1986, building it into the world's leading producer of medical diagnostic imaging equipment. In 1993 Dr. Robb received the National Medal of Technology -- the nation's highest technology honor -from President Clinton for "his leadership in the development of medical diagnostic systems that have improved people's health and maintained U.S. global competitiveness." He holds 12 patents and authored more than a score of articles in professional journals. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. Presently, Dr. Robb also serves on the Boards of Celgene, Mechanical Technology, Inc., which are publicly traded. In September, 1993, he received the National Medal of Technology from then President Clinton for his leadership in the CT and MR imaging industry. 


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