Whether you’re a self-described science nerd or simply love Long Island, there’s a lot to be excited about at the Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe, home to the only remaining lab where Nikola Tesla (the inventor of alternating current electricity and neon lighting) conducted research. The Shoreham facility is being developed into a science-focused Center, housing both a museum about Long Island’s rich scientific opportunities past, present, and future, and a business incubator for fledgling companies engaged in scientific research.
The business community recently enjoyed cocktails and networking at a CMM-hosted celebration of the Tesla Science Center, as attendees explored a special exhibit at the Ward Melville Cultural Center dedicated to Nikola Tesla’s work. At the event, CMM Managing Partner Joe Campolo announced that Softheon, Inc. will make an unprecedented donation of one million dollars to support the Tesla Science Center and solidify Long Island’s spot in scientific history.
Softheon ranks among Long Island’s most innovative companies, meeting the complicated challenges of healthcare delivery with seamless technology. For the past 15 years, under the leadership of its Founder and Chief Executive Officer Eugene Sayan, Softheon has provided turnkey Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) solutions for end-to-end tracking, monitoring, and reporting of business activities pertaining to individual and small group enrollment, financial management, and customer relationship processes. Softheon is trusted by 37% of healthcare payers participating on public exchanges, managing 24% of their membership. Learn more at softheon.com.
“It’s an honor to support the Tesla Science Center and its celebration of the important work of Nikola Tesla,” Sayan said. “His work and innovation have made an impact on my life, and I’m very happy that Softheon is supporting such an important initiative on Long Island.”
At the fundraiser, it was also announced that Joe Campolo has been named the National Chair of Fundraising for the Tesla Science Center. CMM attorney Marc Alessi serves as Executive Director. To learn more or make a donation, visit teslasciencecenter.org.