Board of Directors

Bryan Min

Chairman of the Board, Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Bryan Min is the founder and CEO of Epsilon Systems Solutions, Inc.

Mr. Min has received various military, business and community leadership honors from organizations such as the United States Congress, the U.S. Navy, and Ernst & Young. Prior to founding Epsilon Systems, he served on active and reserve duty from 1986 to 1998 in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Submarine Force.

Mr. Min holds both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in engineering from the University of Southern California and Virginia Tech, respectively. He is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Owner/President Management (OPM) Program and earned a Master in Public Administration (MPA) degree at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. Complementing his academic achievements, Mr. Min is a Board Member of both profit and non-profit organizations including the University of Southern California’s Viterbi School of Engineering.

Robert Kautter

Board Member

Mr. Kautter was one of Epsilon Systems’ original employees, a “plank owner,” joining the company in 1998, where he established Epsilon Systems’ Portsmouth, VA office and managed the Hampton Roads waterfront business. As the former President of the Mission Readiness Group (MRG), he oversaw the company’s ship maintenance and modernization businesses, including its expansion into the areas of hyperbaric and divers’ life support systems and auxiliary power units for helicopters. In February of 2022, after 24 years, Mr. Kautter retired from Epsilon Systems.

Mr. Kautter earned a B.S. in Chemistry from the United States Naval Academy. He has experience as a Senior Reactor Operator and was a qualified Engineering Officer for Naval Nuclear Propulsion Plants. Mr. Kautter has done board work for various organizations, including the Virginia Ship Repair Association (VSRA) and the U.S. Naval Academy Alumni Association, Hampton Roads Chapter.

Karen Conti

Board Member

Ms. Conti is a highly accomplished professional making significant contributions during her almost decade-long tenure at Epsilon Systems. Most recently, she served as Advisor to CEO and founder Bryan Min and company President, Pat Moneymaker, with primary responsibilities involving Corporate Strategy and Business Development.

Ms. Conti’s journey in the defense industry began on the Ohio-Class Submarine Command and Control Systems at Electric Boat, General Dynamics, and then at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center (NUWC), both in Newport, RI. She transitioned to the Virginia-Class Submarine design team working in Program Executive Officer (PEO SUBS) at NAVSEA. She moved to Lockheed Martin where she was the Program Manager for the Virginia-Class Non-Propulsions Electronics System (NPES) and later a PM for unmanned systems, retiring as Vice President of Navy Networks. She spent six years at Raytheon in Business Development before becoming leader of their Capture Management Excellence (CMX) program.

For her outstanding work, Ms. Conti has received numerous accolades, including the prestigious Meritorious Civil Service Award, multiple NAVSEA Quality Awards and the David Packard Award for Acquisition Reform. She holds both a BS and MBA from the University of Rhode Island and is a Level III Certified Acquisition Professional. She has served as President of Women In Defense (WID) (National) and is currently on the Naval Submarine League Board of Directors.

Beyond her professional achievements, Karen finds joy in traveling with her husband and cherishes quality time with her family.

Patrick Moneymaker, RADM, USN (Ret.)

Board Member

Rear Admiral Patrick Moneymaker joined Epsilon Systems in 2011. Prior to joining Epsilon Systems, Mr. Moneymaker was the Chief Executive Officer and President of Proxy Aviation Systems, Inc. and Chairman of Anonymizer, Inc. He has also served as the CEO of Kforce Government Holdings and CEO of Ocean Systems Engineering Corporation. He has more than 40 years of experience in building technology systems and services for government and commercial customers.

Mr. Moneymaker had a distinguished Navy career ultimately retiring as a Rear Admiral. As a Navy fighter pilot, he flew 91 combat missions in Vietnam before hostilities ceased in February 1973. He is a graduate of Navy Fighter Weapons School (TOPGUN) and served in the premier assignment as leader of the elite Naval Flight Demonstration Squadron, the Blue Angels. He completed his Navy career as Commander of Naval Space Command in September 1998.

He is a native of San Francisco, Calif., where he graduated with a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of San Francisco.

Mark Ruh

Board Member

Mr. Ruh has focused much of his career on mergers and acquisitions (M&A), and executing turnaround, restructuring, and efficiency/performance improvement initiatives. He is currently the CFO of FortiFi Financial, Inc., a private equity-backed company headquartered in San Diego that specializes in financing home and commercial property improvements related to foundational/infrastructure upgrades.

Prior to joining FortiFi, Mr. Ruh served as the CFO of HomeStreet, Inc./HomeStreet Bank (Nasdaq: HMST) headquartered in Seattle, WA. He also served as a Managing Director at Commerce Street Investment Management in Dallas, TX; as a Board Director of Mountain Commerce Bancorp (OTCQX: MCBI); as the CFO of Mission Community Bancorp (OTCQB: MISN); as a Vice President at Castle Creek Capital LLC; and as Board Director, President & COO of White River Capital, Inc. (NYSE Amex: RVR).

Prior to his years of experience in the banking, finance, and private equity industries, Mr. Ruh served for five years in the U.S. Navy Fleet Ballistic Missile Submarine Force, with his last year at Mare Island Naval Shipyard.

Mr. Ruh has a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University, where he received his commission through the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) program. He holds two degrees from Northwestern University: A Master of Business Administration (Kellogg School of Management) and a Master of Engineering Management.

Mr. Ruh is a native of Orchard Park, NY. In his free time, he enjoys sailboat racing, fishing, and skiing.

Jim Doh

Senior Advisor

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.

Dwayne Junker

Senior Advisor

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 Systems, 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.

Jim Beebe, RADM, USN (Ret.)

Senior Advisor

Rear Admiral Jim Beebe provides leadership to several of the Epsilon Systems' strategic business initiatives. As a member of the Navy’s Senior Executive Service (SES), Mr. Beebe previously served as Executive Director, Naval Air Forces, to lead and champion efforts in the Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE). Among his many responsibilities was supervising the execution of an annual budget of over $40B, encompassing 11 nuclear powered aircraft carriers, 3,800 aircraft and 180,000 personnel. Additionally, Mr. Beebe oversaw and increased the efficiency of the logistics, training and C4I functions of naval aviation through a critical period of fiscal and operational transition.

During his 32 years of naval service, Mr. Beebe served as a nuclear submarine officer on two ballistic missile submarines, a fast attack submarine and subsequently in flag officer roles as Director, Submarine Reserves, Deputy Commander, Submarine Force U.S. Pacific Fleet and Deputy Commander, Navy Region Hawaii. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy with a BS in Ocean Engineering and graduate of the Department of Defense Executive Leadership Program.