Steven Graziano

President

Steven Graziano

Steve has been President of Veritech since its inception as a video production company in l976. He has been responsible for developing the vision and framework for Veritech as it embarked into the multimedia marketplace and as it continues to stay ahead of this fast changing and growing market. Mr. Graziano has been personally involved in the production of over one hundred multimedia Continuing Education programs and is the co-developer of the Professional Healthcare Series of sales training programs, produced for the field force of major health care corporations around the U.S. and world. He is involved in marketing and maintains relationships with the Company's clients. He holds a Craftsman's degree in Photography from the Professional Photographers of America and is a graduate of the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy.

Donald Wesson

Executive Vice President

Donald Wesson

Mr. Wesson worked with Veritech, as an Account Executive and then VP of Sales and Marketing, from 1990 until the fall of 2005 when he accepted a position as President of Junior Achievement of Western Massachusetts. He retired from JA in mid 2007 and returned to Veritech in May of 2008 serving as an Account Executive. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Dartmouth College and an MBA from Tuck School. Following his graduation, he served three years on active duty as an officer in the United States Navy. At the completion of his tour of duty, Mr. Wesson went to work with Nashua Corporation, Nashua, New Hampshire, first as a Product Manager in their Office Products Division and then as Managing Director of Nashua Italia, Milan, Italy. Prior to starting work with Veritech, Mr. Wesson was the Distributor Sales Manager for Hano Business Forms, Springfield, Massachusetts.

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Jeremy Cole

Senior Producer/Editor

Jeremy Cole

Jeremy has been working with Veritech almost since its inception. He is a long time video guy and is a producer/director. He has created programs for a broad range of clients, including Johnson & Johnson’s Ethicon division, Smith and Nephew Orthopedics, Bristol Myers Squibb’s Zimmer division, Stryker’s Howmedica and Osteonics divisions, Strathmore Paper Company, Diamond Match Company, United Technologies Hamilton Standard and Otis Elevator divisions, Wm E. Wright Company, Crane & Company, Sanders Associates, Digital Equipment Corporation, The Hartford, Gerber Technology, Casual Corner, Serono, Clarian Healthcare, Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame, Boston Science Museum, Roadmaster and Baxter Healthcare, among others. He has also produced a series of interactive medical education programs for the Patient Edu divison that is now Elsevier "Onscreen".

Jeremy’s awards include a Gold Cindy award in 1999 for the Smith and Nephew TC-100 Fracture Management CD-ROM, four Silver Cindy Awards including one for the Johnson & Johnson Iliac Stent product launch video, one for the Basketball Hall of Fame Honors Court program, one for the Green Bay Packer Legend - a two-screen, theater presentation for the Packer Hall of Fame and one for a CD-ROM for Stratec Orthopedics. He was also honored with a Bronze Cindy Award for an interactive education program produced for Baxter Healthcare Corporation. In addition, he has earned both a Gold and Bronze Award from the Western Massachusetts Advertising Club, a finalist award from the International Film and TV Festival of New York, and the Silver World Medal in New York Festival’s Healthcare & Medical category for ProfessionalHealthcare Series: Anatomy of the Hip and Knee. In 2012 he was awarded the 5th Annual Healthcare Televison and Radio Journalism Award from the NICHM for the program, "Autism:Coming of Age" .

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Warren Amerman

Director of Audio & Interactive Design

Warren Amerman

Warren Amerman has been working with Veritech Corporation for over twenty years. He has served as the President of Visual Data, Inc., a local computer design company. Warren majored in art at the University of Massachusetts and is not only an artist, but is also an accomplished musician and composer, computer engineer, computer animator, interactive designer, videographer and video editor. In addition to his computer animation, interactive and engineering duties, Mr. Amerman directs Veritech’s audio engineering and writes original music for Veritech’s video and multimedia productions. He created the music theme for the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame program, produced Resolution, a three-minute music and video piece that received an award from the Berlin International Film Festival, and has created more than twenty-five original music pieces for a selection of Veritech productions.

During his tenure with Veritech, Warren has designed programming for more than 120 interactive presentations. His accomplishments include CME/CEU certification programs for the orthopedic industry, custom interfacing and interactive programming for the Basketball Hall of Fame, Little League Museum, the Boston Science Museum, University of Hartford Museum, Indiana High School Basketball Hall of Fame, and the Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame; a unique interactive video simulation for Johnson & Johnson; an interactive nursing certification program for Baxter Healthcare, Inc., and point-of-sale interactive programs for the retail, hotel and banquet facilities industry.

Warren received a Silver Cindy Award in 1991 for his work on "The Honors Court", a program for the Basketball Hall of Fame, and has won first place in the IICS 1992 Mark of Excellence competition for the same program. He has also won a Bronze Cindy in 1993 for his work on the Baxter Healthcare Corporation interactive education program. In addition, he was accepted as a finalist for the 1990 European International Film Festival and won a first-place award for computer effects at the 1991 Houston International Film Festival.

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DebGay Pinucci

Graphic Designer

DebGay Pinucci

DebGay is a graphic artist who has been working with Veritech since 1998. She designs 2D graphics for CD-ROM, video and the Web, as well as branding and identity for our clients. Before coming to Veritech, she had ten years of progressive experience in educational technology at Springfield Technical Community College. DebGay designed and established a multipurpose Macintosh computer lab serving faculty and students in the Humanities Division. She was the Technical Advisor to the Arts and Technology program and taught classes in electronic imaging. Her artwork appears in various college publications. DebGay holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and has pursued further course work in architectural and digital design.

In addition to her accomplishments at Veritech and inspired by her life-long compassion for animals, DebGay is a practicing energy healer for companion animals. She is also willing to work on lions and tigers and bears.

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Carl Fortin

Chief Financial Officer

Carl Fortin

Carl currently serves as the CFO for both Veritech Corporation and Patient Edu. He had been the Senior Vice President, Finance and CFO for Lego Systems Inc, the North American headquarters of the Lego group of companies, a world wide manufacturer and distributor of children’s toys. During his 24 years with the Lego Company, he was responsible for all financial functions, financial reporting, human resources and various administrative areas.

Jane Gallagher

Accountant

Jane Gallagher

Jane joined Veritech and Patient Edu in August of 2007. She received her Associate’s Degree in Accounting from Lasell College in Newton, MA. She has more than 20 years experience in the accounting profession and has served in various roles throughout her career. Jane is primarily responsible for the oversight of daily accounting functions for both companies.