Board Of Directors
CEO & Chairman
Pat Dileo has recorded over 25 years of proven entrepreneurial, financial and management experience in both guiding his own companies and providing strategic advice and guidance to the CEOs of various public and private corporations.
Presently, Pat serves as CEO of Quad M Solutions, Inc. and President of one of its subsidiaries, NuAxess 2, Inc. Together, the companies use a reference-based medical provider pricing method for its proprietary Health Benefit Plans and reinsurance risk assessment for small to midsize group employers and their employees seeking affordable and sustainable health insurance plans. With its focus on transparency and consumer-driven healthcare, Quad M is positioned to assume a leadership role in bringing about significant changes to the fragmented healthcare industry.
Pat was one of the founders of Consumer Care Solutions, Inc., a company he created in August 2004, as Essential Planning Group, and whose former chairman was the late Gerald (‘Jerry’) Tsai, Jr., a world-renowned Wall Street fund manager and financier who pioneered the use of performance funds in money management during the 1950s and 1960s, and later turned American Can Company into the financial services giant Primerica for Citigroup.
Prior to Consumer Care Solutions, Inc. Pat participated in establishing a patented technology for making municipal biosolids a recyclable fertilizer material via U.S. E.P.A. and was an owner and Secretary of the private company that purchased a fertilizer company in Arkansas and acquired several long-term municipal biosolid contracts, e.g., New York City DEP and Yonkers, NY. This company was subsequently sold to the largest national public company that ran municipal waste facilities throughout America.
Pat Dileo enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1970 and served as a radarman Petty Officer until he was honorably discharged in 1976. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree and a NJ Teaching Certificate from The College of New Jersey
Independent Board Member
Derrick Chambers studied at the University of Florida where he was captain of the football team for two consecutive years. He played in the National Football League (NFL) for 4 years with the Carolina Panthers and Jacksonville Jaguars. He also served with the Jaguars for Children at the Burn unit at the Baptist Medical Center.
After his time in the NFL, Derrick studied at the University of Oxford in England. There he wrote in politics, philosophy, and history. He was a member of the Oxford Rugby team at St. Peter’s college. He then went on to study at Princeton Seminary where he served as a Princeton Academic-Athletic fellow at Princeton. The academic-athletic fellows are made up of faculty and administrators who mentor student athletes at Princeton.
Derrick is a member of the All Souls Codrington Library, a private college at Oxford for scholars from around the world, and he studied at Oriel College Oxford, which was founded in 1324 by Edward II.
Additionally, as a member of the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA). Derrick delivered speeches and lectures in a variety of organizations, from high schools and universities to federal correctional facilities and religious institutions. He has also mentored youth in New York City and on a Navajo reservation in Shiprock, NM.
Independent Board Member
Carl Dorvil is the son of Haitian immigrants and spent his formative years in Garland, TX. He later graduated with distinction from Southern Methodist University (SMU) in 2005 with a triple major in public policy, economics, and psychology; and subsequently received his MBA from the SMU Cox School of Business. His first successful business venture was Group Excellence, an academic mentoring and tutoring company.