Our Team

Stephen Medaris Bull, Founder, Partner

Bull is a serial inventor and serial entrepreneur currently focused on medical devices and remote patient monitoring. His goals are to improve therapy outcomes and engage the patient to take ownership of their health. A graduate of the NYU Interactive Telecommunication Program, Bull has won awards for early work in locative mobile games and apps, and he worked for Paul Allen’s Interval Research think tank. Read his LinkedIn profile.

Emily McInnis, Design & Build Lead

Emily is a senior at Greenport High School on the East End of Long Island. She’s first in her class and is attending Dartmouth college next year planning to double major in physics and art and is hoping to pursue a career combining these two passions such as architecture or medicine. She’s a member of the Greenport High School Robotics Team, Debate Team, and is active in school theatre.

M Bilal Dar, Project Management, Partner

A Blockchain professional trained as a software engineer who’s last work at a fintech startup enticed him to join the medical technology open hardware movement as he considers this work far more enjoyable than working at a bank. Have acquired skills and knowledge and means to sustain startup in nontraditional means. Read his LinkedIn profile.

Bob McInnis, Marketing and Comm, Partner

Bob has worked in the advertising and marketing space for more than 30 years, helping thousands of brands in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa grow their businesses. He’s also conducted hundreds of seminars and workshops for businesses groups throughout the world on the same subject. Read his LinkedIn profile.

Raymond Kong, Accounting

A passion in science, technology, and accounting. Raymond Kong joined Venti as the director of finance and administration in September 2020. A cost accountant and tax consultant by trade with several years of experience in various diverse industries, his mission is to create sustainable and affordable technology and support innovations that can change the world. He was unfortunate to have gotten a collapsed lung in February 2020 and was hospitalized for 3 weeks. Because of this, he was captivated by the Venti project and the promising aspects of the device. Read his LinkedIn profile.