Tami Fitzpatrick

Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Entropy Technology Design, Inc. (Tampa)

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Tami Fitzpatrick is currently the founder and CEO of Entropy Technology Designs Inc., a Tampa-based company established to develop and market the proprietary NIMBUS family of severe weather detection products and technology. Her professional background includes 25 years of experience in small corporate management, public relations, international trade development, and all factors related to product conceptualization, development, sales, and marketing. Her business experience over the last ten years has focused on the development and launching of product concepts across the government, commercial, and consumer markets.

Ms. Fitzpatrick’s international business connections began in the 1990s when she was contracted by the U.S. State Department to serve the Office of Public Affairs and BRASS General Manager in Beirut, Lebanon. Her experience with the global severe weather technology markets was initiated with her growth of a small, internet-based sales company into one of the leading distributors of hand-held storm and lightning detectors in the world. This professional exposure created the opportunity for Ms. Fitzpatrick’s appointment by the Florida House of Representatives as State Advisory Board Vice-Chairwoman for the Florida Small Business Development Center Network.

With her expanding experience and understanding of the global needs for the next generation of weather detection technology, Ms. Fitzpatrick founded Entropy Technology Designs in 2013 to serve as a Florida-based company that could contribute to the new and exploding technology applications in areas such as tornado detection, drone navigation, driver-less vehicle navigation, and a wide variety of other security and public safety uses of the proprietary NIMBUS technology being developed by Entropy. Ms. Fitzpatrick is also involved in the development of a variety of personal health and safety products that can significantly improve the quality of life for seniors, increase the personal safety for women, and create more ways for advances in technology to directly enhance the daily lives of individuals.