Mr. Cook brings more than 25 years of experience organizing, managing, and running all aspects of start-up and mid-size businesses. Prior to leading the asset purchase of International Biologics (renamed Lattice Biologics Inc.) in September of 2013, Guy founded and led Bacterin International Inc. (AMEX: BONE) from a small contract R&D start-up to a publicly traded multinational organization with sales in over 15 countries, multi-million dollar revenue, and more than 150 employees. Under his tenure, Bacterin revenues increased from USD $7.8mm in 2009 to USD $15.4mm in 2010 and USD $30.1mm in 2012, achieving record sales. Guy’s expertise includes over 18 years of experience in the tissue engineering field. He began his career as a confocal microscopist scientist, utilizing novel biomarkers at Montana State University’s Center for Biofilm Engineering, a National Science Foundation center of excellence.
Ms. Farmer joined Lattice in September of 2014 with 20 years of experience as a CFO and business development specialist. She started her career with Big 6 accounting firms and soon began generating valuable and far-reaching professional relationships across a diverse network of industries. Prior to joining Lattice, Cheryl served as a Global Business Executive for the Greater Phoenix Economic Council (GPEC), Arizona’s premier economic development organization for public entities and private investors. In this role, she was responsible for identifying and building strategic relationships throughout Western Canada with individual businesses, government agencies, economic development organizations, and foreign trade associations to support expansion into America with great success. Cheryl’s trademark entrepreneurial spirit, determination to improve advanced stem cell technology outcomes, and expertise in finance, system/process implementation, efficiency management, business development, and growth strategy are critical assets for Lattice’s continued growth.