Board of Advisors

Board of Advisors

Jim Doh

Board of Advisors

Jim Doh retired from Qualcomm as Vice Chairman and the head of Qualcomm Asia in 2017 after a 20-year career. Prior to Qualcomm, Mr. Doh held various Sales and Engineering management positions in the IT and Defense industries with prominent companies including Intel and Raytheon. Mr. Doh holds a BS degree in Computer Engineering from Boston University and an MS in Electrical Engineering from Tufts University in Massachusetts. Jim Doh and his wife, Grace, have one daughter and split their time between homes in Solana Beach, California, and Seoul Korea.

Admiral Leon A. “Bud” Edney

USN (Ret.), Board of Advisors

Admiral Leon A. “Bud” Edney, a native of Dedham, Massachusetts, is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. He also earned a master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University.

Designated as a naval aviator, Admiral Edney had a distinguished 38-year Navy career culminating as Vice Chief of Naval Operations responsible to the Chief of Naval Operations for the command of the Navy’s operating forces and the administration of its shore establishment, NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander, Atlantic, and ultimately as Commander in Chief, U.S. Atlantic Command.

A highly decorated Navy officer, Admiral Edney’s personal awards and decorations include the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Navy Distinguished Service Medal with gold star, the Legion of Merit with two gold stars, Distinguished Flying Cross with four gold stars, Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal with gold star, Air Medal with gold numeral 8 and bronze numeral 30, Navy Commendation Medal with Combat V, and the Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross with gold star, as well as various campaign and unit awards. During his career, he has accumulated more than 5600 flight hours, flying 340 combat sorties, and made more than 1000 aircraft carrier landings.

Dwayne Junker

Board of Advisors

Mr. Dwayne Junker has achieved a distinguished career including experience in both military and commercial organizations. He served for over 30 years in the U.S. Navy, rising through the ranks from enlisted sailor to Master Chief Petty Officer and was commissioned to Lieutenant Commander. After retiring from the Navy, Mr. Junker served as President of Radio Frequency (RF) Microsystems. RF Microsystems was sold in 1997 to Advance Communications Systems Services (ACSS) where Mr. Junker was appointed President. While serving as President at ACSS, he engineered the growth of the company to 800 employees and $92 million in annual revenue. Mr. Junker then oversaw the sale of ACSS to Titan Corporation. At Titan, Mr. Junker merged and operated four of Titan’s major acquisitions as a single operating group with revenues over $103 million and 1100 employees. Prior to his role at Epsilon, Mr. Junker served as President of Antin Engineering, Inc., building the company from four to 62 employees within two years and facilitating the successful sale of the company.

Mark Sopp

Board of Advisors

Prior to joining Epsilon Systems, Mr. Mark W. Sopp had a highly successful career as the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Leidos Holdings, Inc., a $5+ billion provider of high technology services and solutions in National Security, Health, and Engineering for both government and commercial markets. Mr. Sopp has over 25 years’ of financial leadership experience, having also served as the CFO and EVP of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), taking it public in 2006; SVP, CFO and Treasurer of Titan Corporation; VP and Director of Finance for Titan Systems Corporation; and Director/International Controller at Taylor Made Golf Company. He began his career as a certified public accountant at Arthur Andersen & Co. Mr. Sopp earned his Bachelor's Degree in Accountancy from New Mexico State University and completed the executive program from The Anderson School at UCLA.

RADM James Taylor

USN (Ret.), Board of Advisors

Prior to joining Epsilon Systems, Rear Admiral James Taylor was a Senior Vice President with a defense firm supporting Naval ship maintenance and modernization. He currently serves as a national council member of the American Society of Naval Engineers.

Mr. Taylor served 38 years in the Navy before retiring as a Rear Admiral in 1999. His tours include Shipyard Commander of Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Director of Supportability, Maintenance and Modernization on the staff of the Chief of Naval Operations (OPNAV Staff), and the Fleet Maintenance Officer for the Pacific Fleet. Mr. Taylor’s other Navy tours include shipyard assignments, various sea and shore duty assignments, Deputy Director of Industrial Operations at the Naval Sea Systems Command, and Chief Engineer of USS CONSTELLATION (CV 64).