Board of Directors

Prior to joining the company Mr. Botbol served as President of New York at Frosch International Travel, Inc. Prior to joining Frosch, Mr. Botbol was the President and Head of International at Travel and Transport. Travel and Transport acquired Ultramar in 2012, where Mr. Botbol had served in various roles, including COO and CFO. Under Mr. Botbol’s leadership, Ultramar’s revenue increased from under $70 mm to over $800 mm. Prior to Ultramar he held executive positions with the Danone Group in IT, sales, strategic planning and finance. As CFO and VP of customer service of Danone Waters of North America, Mr. Botbol grew sales from $250 mm to $800 mm via both organic and strategic M&A and led all merger and integration efforts. Mr. Botbol received a MS from Ecole Centrale Nantes and an Executive MBA from Insead School of Business.

Mr. Kostiner was appointed to the Board on May 3, 2021 and has also been a Manager of Capital Markets at the Company since March 2021. Mr. Kostiner is serving as the Chief Executive and Chairman of Sagaliam Acquisition Corp. Additionally, Mr. Kostiner has served as the President of Legacy Tech Partners, LLC (LTP), a microcap-focused EdTech investment vehicle, since February 2021. Mr. Kostiner was the CFO of Ameri Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: AMRH) from October 2018 through December 2020. The operations of AMRH, including its global IT services business focused on SAP with operations in both the US and India, was acquired by management, with the residual Nasdaq vehicle acquired by Enveric Biosciences (Nasdaq: ENVB), an evidence-based cannabinoid pharma company focused on palliative therapies for cancer patients. Mr. Kostiner has been a consultant to ENVB since January 2021. From May 2016 through October 2018, Mr. Kostiner was a consultant to Cypress Skilled Nursing, a healthcare facility operator and from May 2017 through October 2018 he was a consultant to LinKay Technologies Inc., an artificial intelligence incubator with a portfolio of intellectual property focused on AI and LiDAR/geospatial technology, with research staff in India and New York. Mr. Kostiner’s 20-year career in energy includes eight years at Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch and their affiliates, with a focus on energy trading and portfolio management, as well as serving as the CEO of an oil & gas SPAC (Nasdaq: PGRI) from 2005 through 2009. Mr. Kostiner earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master’s of Science in Operations Research from MIT. His thesis on the mathematics of electric industry deregulation was sponsored by Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government.