Vapotherm Senior Leaders and Board of Directors

Vapotherm, Inc. is a privately held company based in Exeter, New Hampshire, dedicated to the development, manufacture and marketing of respiratory devices that improve clinical outcomes, reduce overall delivery costs and improve quality of life for patients.

The company’s breakthrough, proprietary Hi-VNI® Technology provides an alternative to more invasive respiratory support for patients in the Emergency Department, ICU, and general care floors of the hospital.

Senior Leadership Team

Joe Army, President & CEO
John Landry, VP & CFO
Lindsay Becker, VP HR
David Blouin, VP US Sales
John Coolidge, VP Operations
Marc Davidson, VP R&D
Jill Dooling, VP Strategic Accts
George Dungan, VP Science & Innovations
Lise Halpern, VP Marketing
Richelle Helman, VP RA/QA
Michael McQueen, MD, VP Medical Education
Greg Ramade, VP Int’l Sales

Board of Directors

James Liken (Chairman)
J. Neal Armstrong
Joe Army
Tony Arnerich
Marina Hahn
Jason Lettmann
Geoff Pardo
Craig Reynolds
Michael Ward
Bess Weatherman

Joe Army Vapotherm

Joe Army
President & CEO

Prior to joining Vapotherm, Army was CEO of Salient Surgical from 2007 until the Company’s sale to Medtronic in 2011. Army joined Salient in 1999 and initially served as CFO. Prior to Salient, Army served Westaim Biomedical as VP of Finance & Supply Chain Operations. Earlier in his career, Army was a turnaround and strategy consultant for Coopers & Lybrand Consulting. He holds a BA in History from the University of Rhode Island, and a MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

James Liken Vapotherm

Jim Liken
Chairman of the Board

Jim served as President and CEO of Respironics, Inc. from August 1999 through December 2003 and as Vice Chairman until March 2008. Before joining Respironics, Jim was owner of Liken Home Medical Inc., a regional provider of home respiratory services from 1990 until he sold the business in July of 1998. Jim has been active in the home medical business since 1976, serving in management and ownership capacities for several predecessor companies. He served on the board of the American Association of Homecare from 1980 to 2003, serving as chairman of the organization on two separate occasions.