James M. Watt, PhD is the General Manager for Eagle Medical Services LLC and serves as the Chief Scientist for the Eagle Medical Group. He has over 20 years of experience in life science research with a focus on infectious diseases and genomics. He is a co-inventor on multiple vaccine and delivery technologies targeted to providing low cost vaccines to resource limited communities where people need them the most. His experience as a NIH-Postdoctoral scholar in academia, a research scientist in private industry and a subject matter expert (SME) supporting federal public health programs allows him to provide valuable scientific and technical expertise to his customers. As the principal scientific advisor to EMS’s professional staff, he has responsibility for assuring all scientific and technological core competencies maintain the highest possible standards for technical excellence, responsible conduct, and integrity. Dr. Watt is committed to shaping the growth path for his employees, honing specific service offerings, and expanding the company’s portfolio of business.
Phone Number: 205-213-0967
Sharon Beck is the Executive Director of Eagle Medical Services, LLC and serves as the lead for Corporate Development and Relationship Management under Dr. Watt. Ms. Beck graduated from the University of Maryland in Management and has since spent her career of over 20 years in primarily leadership positions focused on supporting Federal Public Sector Missions in Science and Engineering. She is recognized by her peers and customers for running, overseeing and growing successful Federal contracts ranging from millions to $1 billion dollars at the following agencies: CDC, DOE, DOT, USDA, and USAFA.
Cheryl Miller, MS brings over 19 years management experience. She provides 8 years of IDIQ contract program management for professional support to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) with the continuity of 7 years servicing the Division of Global Migration and Quarantine (DGMQ). Since 2008, she has seamlessly transitioned contracts obtaining historically low turnover rates, smooth contract transitions, and performance continuity. Her success managing more than 300 CDC contractors is attributed to her strong background in Human Resources, adaptability to evolving branch missions, excellent interpersonal skills, and her general desire to support the overall CDC mission.
Even Skjervold, MS, MBA is Eagle Medical Services’ Program Manager for Biomedical Engineering. He received his Masters Degree in Bioengineering and MBA in Entrepreneurship and Innovation from Clemson University in 2014. Prior to joining EMS, he launched the biotech venture SouthYeast Labs with one of his former Clemson instructors. Even combines the domain expertise and logical, sequential flow of engineering with business acumen to serve as a “big picture engineer” specializing in scale-up solutions. Even has helped manage multiple contracts providing scientific support to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Kathryn Berry, MBA/HCM has over 19 years of experience in the area of Healthcare Management and 6 years of Finance and Program Management in Government Contracting. She currently manages contracts valuing over $100M. In her corporate position she provides expertise in RFP reviews, proposal writing, cost proposals, and proposal production. Kathryn has extensive experience leading high performance teams and rapidly executing new program requirements.