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Bradley Frohman Named UNOS Director of Portfolio Management

RICHMOND, VA—United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) hired Bradley Frohman as director of portfolio management. UNOS manages the nation’s transplant system, the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN), under contract with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Services and Resources Administration. Frohman will lead UNOS’ portfolio management team, which focuses on work that comes to IT, efforts already under way and metrics depicting progress. He also will lead efforts related to budget and asset management, including UNOS’ use of vendors and partners to deliver solutions. Frohman additionally will lead the portfolio management team in expanding the use of Agile methodology by UNOS’ IT teams and in building effective bridges with our partners across UNOS. “Bradley has more than 30 years’ experience high-tech software and new product development with some of the country’s leading companies,” said UNOS CEO Brian Shepard. “He’s a certified project management professional and certified Scrum master, and he’s bringing to UNOS exactly what we need to strengthen our organization by using data more efficiently and effectively in realizing our most-important goal, to increase the number of transplants.” Frohman has a wealth of experience in many of the country’s top companies. For the last five years, he’s been a consultant to Capital One on Agile Transformations, PMO/BMO set-up and portfolio management. He’s also been vice president of engineering and product management positions at Acision (messaging), IPaxess (voice over IP) and EADS (PBX) North America. He was chief Agile coach at Barclays Card US, where he guided an Agile transformation of more than 30 teams.  He also was at Motorola for 10 years, where he was a director, and his team implemented the initial architectural prototypes for Cellular CDMA switching infrastructure. He earned a master’s degree in computer science from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and a bachelor’s degree in math and computer science from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenn.
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