Leadership Team

Dr. Richard A. Davis

Co-Founder / Chairman and Chief Technical Officer

Dr. Davis’ personal mission for two decades has been the improvement of consumer and business transactions using voice/data technologies. In 1990, he co-founded Radish Communications Systems (now known as Radish 1.0) to invent, develop, and pioneer a new modem protocol for sending data during ordinary phone calls.

Previously, Dr. Davis held various engineering and management positions at AT&T Bell Laboratories. After Radish 1.0 was acquired in 1996, he co-founded and grew several ventures with prize-winning collaboration and technical support technology.

He has an MS and Ph.D. in Engineering from Columbia University. In addition, he holds numerous patents from his work at Bell Laboratories and Radish 1.0.

Ken Jensen

Acting Chief Executive Officer

Ken brings over 30 years of management and leadership experience to Radish. He’s served in a variety of sectors and positions, including retail bank management, GM in a large international company, owner of a large construction supply company, and COO of a software company.

As a business owner, Ken has had a strong record of spearheading change, increasing revenue, and improving employee productivity and morale. He has created and implemented unique marketing strategies to solidify strong customer relationships.  Ken has been an effective financial manager with marked success in increasing cash flow, reducing expenses, restructuring personnel, and exceeding budget goals. Ken’s experiences in mergers and acquisitions of his own companies, has given him an insider’s perspective of successfully dealing with change.

Ken and his wife Jamie enjoy cycling, hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing in the Colorado wilderness. He graduated from the University of Montana with a B.S. in Finance with a minor in Economics.

Pamela DeBellis

Chief Operating Officer

As COO, Pamela oversees Sales and Customer Care and plays a critical role in Marketing. She has over twenty-five years of experience with healthcare products and services. She has held consulting and internal roles from Senior Engineer to Senior Director of Marketing and Business Development for startups to Fortune 500 companies, including Medtronic, Philips HealthTech, Sunrise Medical, and Global Healthcare Exchange.  

Pamela has a B.S. in materials science and engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and M.Eng. in mechanical engineering and business from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She holds five U.S. and international patents for medical devices and has been quoted in several publications on healthcare technology, customer experience, and diversity and innovation.

She has served as a CEO mentor for the Rockies Venture Club’s HyperAccelerator and for 101010 Health, as an Advisory Board member for the Foundation for Global Scholars, and as guest lecturer at the University of Colorado-Boulder College of Engineering.

Dr. Ida M. Halasz

Director of Marketing and Research

Dr. Halasz has conducted marketing research and marketing communications for Radish Systems since its inception. Prior to joining the company, she was the founder and CEO of Halvan Associates, a marketing research and strategy consulting company. She has worked within a wide range of organizations in the private and public sectors, including those focused on emerging technologies.

Dr. Halasz was the Vice President of Marketing and Business Development for a hi-tech design and manufacturing company in Boulder, CO. She moved to Colorado as an executive with the US Department of Justice’s National Academy in 1989. Previously, she led marketing/business development, directed research projects, and directed the leadership academy at the Ohio State University’s Center on Education and Training for Employment.

She has authored over 90 publications, including a book on computer documentation and numerous articles in refereed journals on topics such as firewalls. She received her Ph.D. at the Ohio State University in Education and Vocational Psychology. Her other degrees were from Edinboro State University, PA and Youngstown State University, OH.

Victor Morrison

Business Development Executive

As Business Development Executive for Radish, Victor excels in identifying and pursuing creative business opportunities. He served as Next IT’s Chief Strategy Officer, an expert in pharma and pharmacy, and had over 22 years of healthcare sales experience with industry leader Teva Pharmaceuticals.

With Teva he designed and led a study of the interface between specialty pharmacy and patients receiving treatment for multiple sclerosis, detailing the impact of interface design on compliance, adherence and, most importantly, patient outcomes. This deepened his understanding of how virtual health assistants most effectively can serve both the industry and patients.

Victor has an MBA in Marketing from the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University and graduated from the University of Colorado with a BS in Marketing

Steve Parrish

Financial Consultant

Steve has made a career of working with small businesses — either as a full-time employee or on a consulting basis. He is currently a partner with Parrish Services providing outsourced CFO services to Radish. His experience has bridged many industries including software development, SAAS, manufacturing, professional services, telematics and food processing. He has held senior level positions in accounting, finance, sales and marketing, and global licensing on multiple occasions in the course of his career.  Steve’s relentless focus is to increase company profitability, to design timely and accurate management reports, to create meaningful budget models, to implement best-practice business processes and to ensure an optimal capital structure. Steve earned his MBA degree from Cornell University. He is a CPA in Colorado (inactive status) and a Chartered Global Management Accountant. Steve and his wife, Ann reside in Boulder where they enjoy multiple outdoor activities in their spare time.

Anthony J. Brittain

Co-Founder / Chief Architect and Developer

Mr. Brittain began his career working with Seymour Cray developing supercomputers at Los Alamos and other US National Laboratories. He has over 30 years experience in developing computer software, hardware, and telecommunications products/services in entrepreneurial technology-based firms such as Scientific Software, Intercomp, and NBI. As Director of Software and Advanced Technology at RCS, he designed the Help Desk application that became an industry standard for diagnosis and repair of software on remote PCs during a phone call.

He has a BS in Applied Math and Computer Science from the University of Colorado at Boulder and holds numerous patents.