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Executhink- Mark Yaphe and Dr. Avner Stern.

February 22, 2012 10:00 am

Mark is the co-founder and CEO of ExecuThink. ExecuThink helps professionals achieve peak brain performance, as well as reverse the effects of normal age-related cognitive decline, by delivering unique coach-led and scientifically proven programs to both individuals and corporate customers.

Mark brings 20 years of marketing and business development experience from the Telecom and Technology industries, including serving in executive and leadership positions at Redknee Solutions, Glenayre Electronics, Lucent Technologies and AT&T.

In these roles, Mark has led efforts to open new markets in Asia, Africa and Europe, has created market-leading and award-winning new customer innovations, forged strategic partnerships with leading companies such as Huawei and Microsoft, while staying focused on rapidly evolving customer and market needs.

Dr. Avner Stern is the co-founder and Chief Science Officer of ExecuThink.

For more than three decades as a psychologist, Avner has served as an educator, clinician and consultant, specializing in the evaluation of attention deficit and learning disorders in children, adolescents and adults. He has consulted in the areas of human resource selection of executives and security personnel. He currently serves as a consultant and reviewer to state professional licensing boards.

Avner helped to pioneer cognitive training in the U.S, and is now one of the nation’s most experienced clinicians in that field. Avner supervises all ExecuThink brain training to ensure that clients receive maximum benefit from the program.

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