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“Retiring after 21 years of active service in the United States Navy, Alan Bottorff earned his Bachelor of Business Administration – Healthcare Management from Strayer University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He completed his MBA at Duke University, The Fuqua School of Business in December 2018. Mr. Bottorff has acquired 27 years of professional leadership, entrepreneurship, business, and team development experiences. He has successfully built two healthcare startup companies, urgent care practices and a Medicare-certified home health agency. Alan enjoys being involved in his community. Serving as Board Member, Trustee and Chairperson of a number of organizations, his willingness to give back has helped shape several executives and leaders in the healthcare and political landscapes” (Teledacyl.com).
“I wore this Country’s uniform for over two decades while serving in the United States Navy. Upon retirement, I promised myself that I would do whatever it took to help provide a better quality of life to our Veterans. I’m going to honor my commitment by providing better access to healthcare, housing and other Veteran services using innovative technology. This is not just another application added to the hundreds on the market today; this technology connects existing services on a single platform to simplify the way Veterans receive the help they need. No Veteran should be without the necessities to survive or have to live on the street after sacrificing so much. Period. At Teledactyl, we help change that narrative completely.”
Alan E. Bottorff, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Over 20 veterans take their lives each day, evidence of a suicide epidemic within our country, a problem specifically prevalent within the veteran community. The Suicide Awareness and Prevention flag is a symbolic combination of the Prisoner of War (POW) and Gold Star flags. The Gold Star is displayed on a service flag to indicate that a relative of the family was killed while serving in the armed forces during wartime. This is a conversation about warrior culture, removing stigma, expressing feelings, mental wellness, and what we can do to improve the situation together.