Noreen Gordon Sablotsky
Noreen Gordon Sablotsky graduated from Emory University in 1973 with a BS in Chemistry. She began her professional career in the field of pharmaceutical research at the University of Florida followed by 10 years in marketing and sales for Ciba- Geigy Pharmaceuticals before co-founding Noven Pharmaceuticals in 1986. Noven (NOVN) went public in 1987 and Ms. Sablotsky worked in a variety of capacities including research, business development and as Secretary/ Treasurer of the company until she retired in 1998.
From 1998 until 2010 Ms. Sablotsky focused on her family and philanthropic and community leadership activities including: Chair - University of Miami Hillel, Vice- President - Jewish Community Center Association, Executive Board of Greater Miami Jewish Federation, Advisory Committee - Florida International University Medical School, Board Member - Friends of Yemin Orde, President of the Dave & Mary Alper JCC in Miami and Chair of Jewish Chaplaincy Services to the Military.
In 2011 Ms. Sablotsky resumed her professional career when she became Vice-President of Portfolio Development for Jacobs Investments, LLC, a privately held investment company of Gary Jacobs Family Office. Her responsibilities include: strategic counseling, business modeling and deal negotiation for the various for medical startups in the portfolio.
Ms. Sablotsky is a partner in NGT3- (Nazareth, Israel). NGT3 is the second generation fund of NGT – or Next Generation Technology. NGT was founded in Nazareth in 2002 following a government resolution to establish a technological incubator in the Arab sector and encourage Arab and Jewish collaborative entrepreneurship.
Ms. Sablotsky received the Weil Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Armed Services Field, Israel Bonds Technology Award and the Stanley C Meyer leadership Award.
She is the mother of four children and grandmother to five.
Rachael Sablotsky Kish
Rachael Sablotsky Kish graduated from University of Florida in 2005 with a BS in Marketing. She began her professional career in the field of commercial real estate with Terranova Corporation in 2005 and is now going on her 10th year as a Fundraising professional.
From 2007 to 2008, Mrs. Kish took a break from her career to go back to school for her Masters in Business Administration at University of Miami. Upon receiving her MBA, Mrs. Kish resumed her career as a development professional with Frost Science. Other organizations Mrs. Kish has worked for are: United Way of Miami-Dade, Jewish Women International and most recently with Baptist Health of South Florida.
Mrs. Kish resides in Miami, FL with her husband and their two children.
TAG3 is a consulting firm based in Miami, FL that offers cost-effective and streamlined product design and development solutions to the medical technology sector. The expertise of the TAG3 team covers the full spectrum of engineering needs that arise during all phases of the design and development cycle of medical devices. Products designed and developed by the company founders include mechanical and electromechanical devices such as ultrasonic dissection devices, insulin pumps, coronary and peripheral stents, neurovascular implants, vascular catheters, laparoscopic and endoscopic devices for cardiac and gastroenterology intervention and mesh fixation staplers for hernia treatment.