BioMagnetic Solutions, LLC Management Team:

Henry C. Wagner, III

Hank Wagner, B.S. Finance, WVU; MHA Duke; served as President & CEO of Jewish Hospital-University of Louisville, Kentucky for 32 years. There he grew the organization from a single medical center teaching hospital with revenues of $50 million to a regional network of 10 hospitals/outpatient centers/home care services with revenues of $1 billion. The organization pioneered 75 medical firsts in Kentucky to include the first open heart surgery, first heart transplant, first lung transplant, world’s first artificial heart implant, the first kidney transplant, first pancreatic transplant, first liver transplant, first reimplantation of a severed hand and the world’s first successful cadaveric hand transplant.

Wagner worked with Kentucky Governor Paul Patton and James Ramsey, President of the University of Louisville to establish the Kentucky “Bucks for Brains” Professorships. To date, over 75 endowed professorships have been created. Along with University of Louisville’s pioneer heart surgeon Laman Gray, M.D., Wagner created the Cardiovascular Innovation Institute which continues to be the major heart research center in Kentucky. For this vision and successful realization, Wagner was award an honorary Ph.D. by the University of Louisville in 2010.

Active in Louisville’s civic and business efforts, Wagner served on the Boards of the University of Louisville Trustees; Kentucky Center for the Arts, the Chamber of Commerce and the Speed Art Museum.  He also chaired the UofL Foundation; United Way; Fund for the Arts and Leadership of Louisville. He was founding chair for the Louisville Healthcare Enterprise Network. Wagner was honored by the University of Louisville and named to the Kentucky Business Hall of Fame. He was also named to the Kentucky Institute of Medicine and honored as Louiville’s YMCA Person of the Year and also received the Thurgood Marshall Award of Excellence.

Wagner currently serves on the WVU Medical Center National Advisory Board. He also serves on the Board of Sullivan University in Louisville, KY and is a visiting professor for the University.

Michael J. Degenhart

Michael Degenhart is currently Executive Director of the Office of Gift Planning at Penn State University, where he is responsible for the development and implementation of university-wide planned giving efforts for 24 campuses with an overall combined gift planning goal of $75 million annually.

An entrepreneurial team builder and experienced advancement executive with an outstanding track record of success in leadership, fundraising, alumni relations and campaign management in both public and private institutions.  Michael is a strategic thinker and effective communicator and is a key member of the campaign team for Penn State’s $2 billion dollar comprehensive campaign.

Michael has previously held senior advancement positions at Cornell and Syracuse Universities.  Before pursuing a career in higher education advancement, Michael served as Vice President in the Private Client Group with Robert W. Baird & Co. working with successful entrepreneurs on investment strategies and capital access and transactions.  He has been quoted in Bloomberg Wealth Manager, The Chronicle of Higher Education, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, and the Journal of Gift Planning.  He has authored articles that have appeared in many publications, including Planned Giving Today and the Major Gift Report.

Michael received his bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and holds a Master of Business Administration from the University of Rochester’s Simon School of Business. He is also an Accredited Estate Planner and Certified Fund Raising Executive.

Thomas J. Momjian, Esq.

Tom is a partner with Coss & Momian, LLP in Bala Cynwyd, PA, a law firm focusing on securities industry disputes.

Tom graduated from Columbia Law School in 1992, where he was the Managing Editor of the Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems. He obtained his B.A. from Columbia College in 1989 where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.

Civically, Tom has volunteered his time and expertise philanthropically to Armenian communities around the world through his involvement with the Armenian Missionary Association of America, Inc.

Bruce Pincus, Esq.

Bruce is General Counsel of Minitab, Inc., a privately-owned company headquartered in State College, PA, with subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Hong Kong and Australia. More than 90% of Fortune 100 companies use Minitab Statistical Software. Mr. Pincus is responsible for management of the legal functions of the company, providing continuing counsel and guidance on corporate governance, employment and labor law issues, software licensing, sales contracts and agreements, and an intellectual property portfolio consisting of numerous trademarks, patents and copyrights. Prior to Minitab, Mr. Pincus was in private practice in the San Francisco Bay Area where he advised technology-sector businesses. Mr. Pincus is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, and John F. Kennedy University School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in both California and Pennsylvania, and holds a SHRM-SCP certification.