We’re proud to be a Veteran owned business
Our company was founded by two U.S. veterans in partnership with Osterhout Design Group, a military contractor who developed glasses for battlefield applications, such as drone piloting and 360 degree viewing for tank drivers. Their glasses and software have been modified to assist people with visual impairments and to provide a platform for further feature development.
We want to give the visually impaired the opportunity to have a normal life and partake in everyday tasks without their vision disabling them.
Founder & CEO
Mark Greget is an entrepreneur and product distribution specialist in the low vision technology field. Mark has more than 5 years of experience in the assistive technology industry and has developed into a leader in the changing low vision technology industry while raising its standards by creating new and innovative ways to grow awareness among the organizations who serve those challenged with vision loss. Over the last several years Mark has built his current entrepreneurial venture, Los Angeles Low Vision, into the dominant market leader in the hyper competitive Los Angeles area. Mark has successfully assisted in the introduction of 5 new low vision technology products and has quickly become a top distributor in his field.
Mark is passionate about utilizing cutting edge technology to improve the quality of life for those individuals who are dealing with vision loss. Mark has helped change the lives of thousands of low vision patients by using existing technology available and is excited to bring NuEyes Low Vision’s disruptive technology to market!
Mark is a US Navy veteran giving NuEyes the designation of a veteran-owned business.
Co-Founder & President
Justin Moore is a specialist in building distribution channels for medical devices as well as recruiting and training salespeople and independent representatives who consistently exceed their goals. A consummate team builder and motivator, Justin believes in servant leadership and that a positive and rewarding company culture is essential to the success of a firm. Justin has over twelve years of experience in sales, sales management, and marketing in various roles. Justin is passionate about technology and about increasing awareness regarding how technologies can be leveraged to improve the lives of those with disabilities.
Justin is a US Air Force veteran who served a combined 7 years between active duty and the Air National Guard having been station abroad for several years as well as being an OEF/OIF veteran. Justin holds an MBA with an entrepreneurship concentration from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California as well as a bachelor’s degree in marketing from West Virginia University.
Director of Inside Sales and Marketing
Regina Chatman is the Director of Inside Sales and Marketing for NuEyes Technologies, a company that provides innovative software for the visual impaired. Regina has been in the assistive technology industry for 11+ years and specializes in inside sales, contract management, managing customer service, distribution communications and support. She studied business administration at Cal State University Long Beach
A passion for helping others, the move to NuEyes was a natural fit. “I love being a part of a company that has a mission of empowering those with low vision to see.” Regina sits on the Advisory Board for NuEyes and on the Board of Directors for the Katie Mae Foundation.
Ammer’s deep understanding of current search engine ranking factors and algorithms promotes interaction and builds loyalty with sales prospects and customers. Ammer has a passion for communication and user experience which has proven to be a great fit for NuEyes and it audience.
NuEyes Advisory Board
NuEyes is proud to have these distinguished professionals on its Board of Advisors.
Dr. Michael Samuel
Dr. Samuel is a nationally renowned clinician, surgeon and researcher. He received his MD from Meharry Medical College and his ophthalmology residency training from the Henry Ford Hospital. He was awarded and completed the first fellowship in pediatric retinal surgery at the prestigious Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles. Dr. Samuel completed a second fellowship in vitreoretinal surgery fellowship at the Doheny Retina Institute, University of Southern California.
Dr. Roger L. Novack
Dr. Novack is an internationally recognized clinician, scientist and surgeon. After attending Columbia University in New York where he majored in Electrical Engineering, he obtained his masters degree in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. Thereafter, he completed his medical school training and doctorate degree in Physiology and Biophysics at the University of Miami School of Medicine. He then attended residency at the Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA, followed by a prestigious retina fellowship at Duke University. He has held academic positions at both Duke University and UCLA. He also holds a patent for developing instrumentation for monitoring retinal metabolism.
Wayne is the Director of Community Relations, Assistant Professor – Technologist for Marshall B. Ketchum University. Wayne’s focus in his position is community speaking and community relations. He also manages the Kathryn T. McCarty Adaptive Technology Center for the university. With more than 40 years of experience as a business executive, university lecturer and public speaker, Wayne provides motivational, inspirational speeches as well as technology talks and seminars to a variety of audiences. Wayne speaks nationwide to community organizations, corporate programs, and for national events on a variety of topics tailored to fit the needs of any themed event or audience. Wayne brings humor, inspiration and motivation to all audiences whether it’s teaching about the future of technology, motivating an audience to succeed or addressing audiences as a keynote speaker, motivational speaker, corporate motivator, or master of ceremonies. Wayne always leaves the audience wanting more and closes with a thought provoking life lesson.