Co-Founder and CEO
David Weinstein serves as the lead for ShareStream Education’s strategic direction, product roadmap and business-development initiatives. He is the co-inventor of ShareStream’s patented methodologies for secure-media delivery and for a multimedia system that grants and controls rights in electronically distributed intellectual property and protects intellectual property from unauthorized use. As CEO, David has led the growth of ShareStream Education from the company’s launch with a project at Georgetown University to becoming one of the most widely deployed video-platform providers for education with implementations at universities, colleges, K-12 schools and corporations across the world. David graduated cum laude from Harvard College in 2003 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Literature.
Paul Kline is a Co-founder of Dynamic Telecommunications, Inc. (DTI), and served as its president responsible for strategic and technical direction. Prior to co-founding DTI in 1995, he was Head of Systems Engineering, Wireless Telecommunications Operations at Watkins Johnson, where he managed all technical and administrative aspects of the world’s first operational wideband cellular and PCS base station. He also worked with the Israeli Air Force in development of airborne state-of-the-art RF data and communications and computer systems. A security and encryption expert, he is Co-founder of Current Technologies, Inc., the leader in broadband-over-powerline networks. Kline holds a BSEE from Cornell University.
Allan M. Weinstein, M.D. has enjoyed a diversified career with a focus on education as a practicing physician, health educator, inventor, and independent entrepreneur. Currently, he is actively associated with the following Companies, all of which are commercializing patented and/or patent-pending technologies: Chairman of Spiritus Pharmaceuticals, a specialty pharmaceutical company devoted to improving the lives of those with respiratory diseases; Chairman of MinibarRx, a disruptive technology for managing vaccines and biologics with the foremost mission of disease prevention through increased vaccination rates; Chairman of ShareStream, a leading online video platform and media-management solution provider for education worldwide; Chairman of InstantDx/OnCallData, a pioneer in electronic prescribing and healthcare-transaction services, serving as an innovation partner to some of the largest companies in healthcare; Chairman of Instant Medical Diagnostics, a one-step rapid-diagnostic platform focused on hepatitis C and medical conditions requiring immediate diagnosis; and Co-founder of J-MED Pharmaceuticals, a 25-year-old intellectual property pharmaceutical company, with a diversified patent portfolio that began with the licensing of both prescription and over-the-counter day/night (antihistamine/decongestant) products for cold, cough and flu.
Dr. Weinstein is the author of the book Asthma: The Complete Guide to Self-Management of Asthma and Allergies for Patients and Their Families, published by McGraw-Hill and Random House. He is Board-certified in Internal Medicine and Allergy and Clinical Immunology, and completed his medical training at National Jewish Health in Denver.
Director of Business Development and Strategic Sales
Gayraud Townsend brings entrepreneurial acumen and a depth of technological knowledge and experience to ShareStream. Based in New York, he is responsible for Business Development and Investor and Client Relations. Prior to joining ShareStream he was an Associate at US Trust, Bank of America in Manhattan. Prior to that he was elected to the City Council of Ithaca, NY, becoming the youngest elected official in the country. He holds a BS in Labor Relations from Cornell University. He enjoys reading, fishing and golf. He is also the VP of Fundraising for Cornell University’s Black Alumni Association.
Director of Sales and Operations
Bill DiPietro serves as the lead for ShareStream’s sales operations. Prior to joining ShareStream, he held sales management positions at Xythos Software, a document management system company acquired by Blackboard, and was the CEO of Cway Software. At Xythos he was the Director of Federal Sales for the DoD and Civilian agencies and a Sales Director generating major academic orders. Cway Software was guided from a startup to a thousand customer accounts, then was sold in 2002. DiPietro attended Villanova and Penn State University.