Mr. Norris has had a long career in finance and accounting, engineering, physics, aerospace, software, and entrepreneurial business.  He recently served as the interim President and Chief Financial Officer of Domain Names International, an Internet domain name registrar and cloud-based service provider.  Prior to that, for over 5 years, he was the Chief Scientist and Board Member of SEDS, LLC, makers of a nuclear particle beam technology for finding buried explosives and weapons of mass destruction.  Earlier, he was the President, Chief Financial Officer, and member of the board of directors of Offshore Creations, Inc., a 130-person international software outsourcing firm.  Mr. Norris took the firm public.  He has worked with rocks returned from the moon by the Apollo missions, was the Chief Scientist for the Oil Spill Contingency and Emergency Plans for the oil platforms offshore Santa Barbara, has worked in the oil & gas, aviation, and defense industries, is the author of 2 books, has managed more than 100 programs and projects with budgets to $7.5 million, closed $30 million in sales of technology products and services, raised $4 million in venture capital, and is the former host of the broadcast radio show Business and Technology.  He has given more than 50 invited talks and is the holder of 1 issued patent for nuclear instrumentation and 5 pending ones.  He has acted as an expert witness in approximately 60 legal cases before state and federal courts, in intellectual property, technology, and appraisals, including the $1.7 billion Microsoft vs Commissioner of Internal Revenue.  Mr. Norris holds an FAA Airline Transport Pilot certificate and is a former charter pilot and flight instructor.  He has worked at Vandenberg AFB, Edwards AFB, Oak Ridge National Laboratories, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and at various Washington, DC locations, and has been an employee or consultant to Raytheon, McDonnell Douglas, General Motors Delco Division, General Research Corporation, Rockwell International, and ITT Federal Electric.