Fred Zolla, CEO and Chairman


Mr. Zolla is Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of iMedicor, Inc., formerly Vemics, Inc., a position he has held since the inception of Vemics-Delaware in July 2001.  In June of 2009, the Vemics Board of Directors voted to change its corporate name to iMedicor.

Before founding Vemics-Delaware, Mr. Zolla served as the Chief Operating Officer of Educational Video Conferencing, Inc., a publicly traded company in the technology and distance learning fields from 1999 to 2001.

From 1990 to 1999, Mr. Zolla was the President of Distance Learning Associates, the first content aggregator in the K-12 and corporate distributed learning space in the U.S. In 1996, he served on the White House Committee for technology in education that was chaired by then vice-president Al Gore.

Mr. Zolla has taught and lectured in England, France, Italy, Spain, and Korea and throughout the U.S. on the integration of distance learning resources and technology in the classroom and workplace. He served as Chairman of the Board of the New York Film Festival’s non-broadcast division from 1992 through 1995 and remains an active board member.  

JD Smith, Director


Mr. Smith is the Chairman of WESCO Energy Corporation, a company owned by Sonoran Pacific Resources, one of the largest investor's in iMedicor, Inc.. WESCO owns the patents on a number of new technologies in the oil and gas business, such as gas to liquid conversion of stranded gas, heavy oil upgrading, and a process for producing environmentally friendly tailings from oil and tar sands. He recently facilitated the negotiation and signing of agreements concerning projects in the USA, Canada, China, and Russia. He is presently overseeing new prospective projects in Thailand, Nigeria, Madagascar, Ecuador, Dubai and other parts of the world.

Mr. Smith advises and assists Sonoran Pacific on numerous projects in which it has venture capital and real estate investments.