Aaron Dobrinsky

 

Mr.  Aaron Dobrinsky is an entrepreneurial executive with over 25 years of experience in technology, financing and operating management specializing in the technology, mobile internet, software, telecomm, wireless and service industries. He is an executive with extensive board experience in both public and private companies , most recently as CEO of Wave2Wave Communications, a privately held telecommunications company. Since January 2006, Mr. Dobrinsky has served as president of DMI, a management consulting and advisory firm providing strategic, operational and financial guidance to startup and mid-stage companies. Mr. Dobrinsky served as interim-chief executive officer of KSR, an online national specialty supermarket from June 2009 through September 2010. Mr. Dobrinsky co-founded GoAmerica (now Purple Communications (NASDAQ: PRPL) in 1996, and from 1996 to June 2008, he served as the chairman of its board of directors. He served as president of GoAmerica until November 2000 and chief executive officer until January 2003. Mr. Dobrinsky served as chairman of the board of directors of Purple Communications from 2003 through 2009 and rejoined the board of directors in March 2010 as a director. He also serves as a strategic advisor to the board of directors of Purple Communications. Mr. Dobrinsky was an executive member of the board of directors of RoomLinX, Inc.(Nasdaq: RMLX), a provider of wireless broadband solutions to hotels and conference centers, from June 2004 through November 2006, where he served as chief executive officer from June 2004 through November 2005. Mr. Dobrinsky has served as a board advisor and board member for several private companies and non-profit organizations. Mr. Dobrinsky received his BA in Economics and Finance from Yeshiva University and he attended New York University School of Business where he studied Marketing and Finance.