About WorldPace

Meet the Board of Directors

Craig D. Allmendinger

President and Founder

Awarded a B.S. in Natural Resources Management from Colorado State University in 1995. He received executive training and cut his professional teeth at companies such as Atlantic Bell and GE Capital. He has successfully lead several companies from conception to sustained profitability. Prior to establishing NES, for example, Mr. Allmendinger was the President and Co-Founder of Telefunken North America, a specialized manufacturer of high-end consumer electronics. He was responsible for all research & development, sales, and administration for the start-up phase of that award-winning company.

Carl M. Rodia

CEO and Founder

Father; Grandfather; Inventor; Entrepreneur; President of Northeast Scientific, Inc.; Interlocutor; Independent businessman since early adulthood; Now focused on health care technologies, medical device manufacturing and reprocessing. Music is an intense passion, especially singing and composing. Carl worked and traveled the world over (45 countries and counting) assisting clients in the funding and start-up of more than 25 high-technology manufacturing businesses here and abroad; He invented the "in-line" method of compact disc (CD) and DVD manufacturing used everywhere to this day. He produced and hosted his own nightly self-help talk radio show, "Successful Living," in Bridgeport, Connecticut for 9 years. He founded WorldPace with Craig Allmendinger in 2011.

Marsel Huribal, M.D.


Dr. Marsel Huribal is a Board certified general and vascular surgeon who specializes in vascular and endovascular techniques for the treatment of arterial and venous disease.

After he received his medical degree from the American University of the Caribbean, Dr. Huribal returned to the Fairfield County area to complete his internship and residency in general surgery in the Yale Affiliated Regional Surgical Program (YARSP) at Bridgeport Hospital. Dr. Huribal then pursued his Fellowship in Vascular Surgery at SUNY at Buffalo and Millard Fillmore Hospital.

After finishing his training, Dr. Huribal returned to Fairfield County and worked in private practice with an established vascular surgical practice until 2001 when he founded Southern Connecticut Vascular Center.

Dr. Huribal's particular areas of interest include the endovascular repair of aortic and thoracic aneurysms. Special interest includes the treatment of varicose veins using the most advanced procedures approved by the FDA. Dr. Huribal was one of the first vascular surgeons in Connecticut to perform the endovenous ablation ('closure') of varicose veins offering in-office relief to patients suffering from painful leg varicosities.

Dr. Huribal is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, a member of the American Medical Association, the New York Academy of Science. the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgeons, the European Society for Vascular Surgeons and the Southern Connecticut Vascular Society. He is the Senior Partner of Southern Connecticut Vascular Center and speaks Turkish and Arabic.

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