Intiva Health, SinglepPoint, and Cents Ability on CEO Money

John Hartigan
EVP Strategic Development and Partnerships – Intiva Health

Intiva Health is the first integrative, Hashgraph-based career platform for healthcare professionals. Powered by the Hashgraph network, they automate administrative tasks and increase your productivity with the fastest, most secure credentialing solution to date.

John Hartigan is EVP Strategic Development and Partnerships for Intiva Health. In this role he is responsible for architecting and implementing go to market strategies and securing strategic partnerships with some of the biggest names in healthcare and achieving exponential growth. Intiva Health is the first blockchain-based, integrative career platform for healthcare professionals. Built on the Hashgraph distributed ledger, our platform automates the tasks of credentialing, continuing education, and communication.

Wil Ralston
President – SinglePoint Inc.

SinglePoint has grown from a full-service mobile technology provider to a publicly-traded holding company.
Through diversification into horizontal markets, SinglePoint builds its portfolio by acquiring an interest in undervalued subsidiaries, thereby providing a rich, diversified holding base.
SinglePoint researches opportunities where we can be active within the company and influence strategy and direction. Target companies are undervalued, cash-flow positive, with high potential and verified assets. SinglePoint acquires and works with key company management to grow successful candidate companies.

Roy Paul
Executive Director
Cents Ability

Cents Ability is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to educating and empowering high school students to achieve their goals through the prudent and informed management of their financial resources.

Roy Paul comes to Cents Ability with years of experience in the non-profit, political and private sectors. At the age of 19, he became the youngest African-American elected to office in New York State, serving 5 years on a School Board. Prior to Cents Ability, he served as the head of Government Relations and Outreach for the Jamel Robinson Child Welfare Reform Initiative. Roy received his bachelor’s degree from Queens College, a master’s degree from the New School University, and is the recipient of an honorary doctorate degree from a theological seminary.