Bluejay Diagnostics, Inc. (the "Company"), announced today that Mr. Fred S. Zeidman has been appointed to the Boards of Directors and Chairman of Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee of the Company.
The Board of Directors ratified and approved, the appointment of Mr. Zeidman to the Board of Directors. The appointment of Mr. Zeidman to the Company's Board of Directors is effective June 24, 2021.
"We are pleased to welcome Fred to our Board, and honored that he will bring to Bluejay his distinguished business background, leadership experience with world class medical institutions, and an ethical compass displayed across the humanitarian causes he champions", said Douglas Wurth, Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Mr. Zeidman, a resident of Texas, a prominent business and civic leader is Chairman of WoodRock & Co., an investment banking service business and serves as Chairman and CEO of Good Works Acquisition Corp. and Chairman of Good Works Acquisition Corp. II. both publicly held SPACs. Mr. Zeidman served as Chairman of Gordian Group LLC, a U.S. investment bank, and as Chairman Emeritus of the United States Holocaust Memorial Council from 2002-2010, an appointment by President George W. Bush. Mr. Zeidman also is Chairman Emeritus of the University of Texas Health Science System Houston. He is formerly National Chairman of the Development Corp of Israel Campaign (Israel Bonds) and served on the Board of the National World War II Museum.
Over the course of his distinguished 50-year career, Mr. Zeidman has been involved in numerous high-profile organizations. He was the former CEO, President and Chairman of Seitel, Inc., a Houston-based onshore seismic data provider where he was instrumental in the successful turnaround of the Company. He served as lead Director of Straight Path Communications, Inc. until its sale to Verizon in 2018. A Director of REMA a division of NRG Corp. He also serves on the board of Prosperity Bank and was formerly Restructuring Officer of TransMeridian Exploration Inc. and Chief Bankruptcy Trustee of AremisSoft Corp. He held the post of Chairman of the Board and CEO of Unibar Corporation, the largest domestic independent drilling fluids company, until its sale to Anchor Drilling Fluids in 1992.