Penny Shikowitz
Penny Shikowitz
Founder, COO and Chair
In 1996 Ms. Shikowitz launched Prodgenious to begin developing a miniature location device, then continued the project as part of eWatchDogs, which acquired Prodgenious in 2000. A patent for an intelligent remote location system was granted in 2003. On Track Technologies Incorporated purchased the patent in 2007. In 1990 Ms. Shikowitz co-founded PBT Technologies, which created a tape-emulation-based Image Archive System for medical imaging scanners. PBT Technologies grew to 3 million dollars in annual revenue, and was sold to Reel Emulation. In 1989 Ms. Shikowitz worked with Thacker Engineering to design all ASIC, RISC, and memory hardware for the Pegasys workstation, which provided over 30 million dollars of revenue for ADAC Laboratories. From 1987 to 1990 Ms. Shikowitz worked with Virtual Imaging to prototype all of the ASIC devices and printed circuit boards for the VIEW 2000 workstation, the first Windows-based medical imaging workstation, which generated over 10 million dollars of revenue between 1987 and 1991.
Penny Shikowitz
Richard W. Inskeep
President and CEO

Mr. Inskeep brings more than 20 years of leadership experience in the equity banking and securities sectors to On Track Technologies. He has led highly successful organizations, both large and small, with sole responsibility for finance, research, sales, and marketing. During his career, Mr. Inskeep has specialized in financial and market analysis and has developed a broad and deep network of relationships in multiple industries—including technology, healthcare, and telecom—which continue to support his leadership initiatives.

Mr. Inskeep served as managing director at SunTrust Robinson-Humphrey (2003-2011). He led Sun Trust Robinson-Humphrey's extensive Equity Research business unit, which included taking companies through the IPO process. Prior to his time at SunTrust Robinson-Humphrey, Mr. Inskeep was director of Institutional Equity Sales at Deustche Bank (2002-2003); vice president of Institutional Equity Sales at Morgan Stanley (1999-2002); vice president of Institutional Equity Sales at Citigroup Robinson-Humphrey (1994-1999); and worked in the commercial banking and financial services within the Chicago Middle Market for Northern Trust Corporation (1991-1994).

Mr. Inskeep graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in May 1987, with a bachelor of arts in Economics. He was a member of Penn's Ivy League Champion football teams in 1984, 1985, and 1986.

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Joel Kaswell
General Counsel
Mr. Kaswell currently supervises the Corporate/Business Group of Van Scoyoc Kelly PLLC, a leading Washington, D.C. law firm. His career has spanned more than 40 years in the areas of corporate finance, private and public offerings, acquisitions, partnership and joint venture organization, and commercial law, as well as serving as an independent director to several publicly held corporations. He also has considerable experience in international business transactions and has authored several published articles on securities regulation and finance. Mr. Kaswell received his undergraduate degree, magna cum laude, from Dartmouth College, graduated with honors from Harvard Law School, was a Rufus Choate Scholar and a Woodbury Law Fellow, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He is a member of the Massachusetts and District of Columbia bars, and the American Bar Association.
Zeke Williams
Zeke Williams
Senior VP Government
Euseekers “Zeke” Williams, Jr. is a retired Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel and pilot. Zeke has over 20 years of experience, garnered from a variety of assignments, including: Director of Operations and Deputy Director of Operations of a 5,000-plus person organization, whose missions were to ensure the security of America’s embassies and consulates in over 170 countries, and sensitive U.S. Naval installations worldwide; Director of Maintenance for a fleet of 34 aircraft and 200 personnel; Special Assistant to Director of Personnel Programs, Secretary of the Navy Staff; Director of Logistics; Deputy Director of Safety and Standardization; Quality Assurance Manager; and Intelligence Officer. He has received numerous awards for his accomplishments. Zeke received a Bachelor of Arts in 1987 from Southern University and A&M College and an MBA in 2005 from the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University.