Bobby founded AED123 to make it easy for businesses to save lives with Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs).
Bobby's father collapsed from Sudden Cardiac Arrest at a hotel restaurant in June of 2017. Within two minutes, hotel employees had used an AED to shock his heart back into a normal rhythm. Bobby is grateful to that property for having an AED, and he is committed to ensuring that more businesses and organizations have AEDs and are prepared to save lives.
Bobby holds a BA in Economics and Communications from Vanderbilt University and an MBA from the University of Michigan Ross School of Business.
Founder & CEO
Erin runs AED123's daily operations. Her innovative and adaptive approach ensures we provide customers with first class service.
Before AED123, Erin held various operational, administrative, and marketing roles at The Arnold Companies, a fuel wholesale and aviation service provider.
Erin graduated from Austin College with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Economics.
Mae is an experienced sales professional with a history in the medical device industry. She is passionate about helping others, and she particularly enjoys helping Texas businesses prepare to save lives.
Before AED123, Mae worked at Caldera Medical, growing sales of medical devices to doctors in both hospital and office settings. Prior to Caldera, she worked at Insight Global, managing business-to-business sales in Texas.
Mae studied at The American International University in Florence, Italy and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin.
Dr. William Scott is AED123's medical director. He also serves as a professor and associate vice chairman at UT Southwestern Medical Center and practices in the Heart Center at Children's Health℠.
Dr. Scott's area of expertise is cardiac electrophysiology, and he has a special interest in prevention of sudden cardiac death. Among many distinctions, he is a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the Heart Rhythm Society.
Dr. Scott earned his medical degree and trained in Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine. His Cardiology fellowship was at the University of Michigan, where he also earned a master’s degree from the School of Public Health.
William Scott, MD
AED123 relies on off-duty first responders for both field service and CPR training. These fine men and women are intimately familiar with the criticality of AEDs.
They are committed to the safety of our communities and the success of our customers. We appreciate their passion for saving lives, and their interest in working overtime to support our cause.
We are growing our team, and we invite first responders who are interested in AED123 to reach out to us via email at .