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Charlie Weatherspoon co-founded The AIM HI Translational Research Fund (AIM-HI) and serves as the chairman of the board. He is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Integral CFO Services LLC. Integral CFO Services provides resource networking, business consulting and various management related services in finance, marketing and investor relations.

Bachelors of Administrative Sciences, Yale University

Integral CFO Services specializes in strategic planning for small and medium size businesses in assisting them in obtaining and maintaining resources as well as assisting with their working capital needs. Charlie has been active in providing these services since the mid-1990’s in various capacities. In addition, he has served as Strategic Account Manager for McKesson, interim manager for Tech Services International’s Credit Department and as a credit specialist for FCI and Medrad.

Presently through various partnerships, Charlie provides his skills and experiences in assisting the economic development and growth of small businesses in the African, Caribbean and African-American communities in Delaware.

In 1989, Charlie was the area credit manager for E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company’s Asia Pacific and domestic exports. Before leaving DuPont in 1992, he was a credit account manager in the Automotive Products Department. From 1978 to 1989, Charlie held various financial positions at Mellon Bank N.A. including Corporate Financial Planning and Control, Credit Review and Recovery Department (workouts) and assistant section manager of the Energy and Utilities Section with a $2 billion exposure. Prior to leaving Mellon, he was a relationship manager in the Corporate Banking Department’s western division with responsibility for a $175+ million portfolio as well as being assigned the relationship manager for the major companies in
the steel industry. As relationship manager, Charlie was directly responsible for working with the executives of these companies to ensure that all their finance concerns were being appropriately
addressed. This included but was not limited to traditional loan products, cash management, project finance, and mergers and acquisitions.

Charlie is active in various non-profit organizations. He is a member of the Board of Advisors of the National Foundation for Cancer Research and is currently the Vice President of the Board of Directors and a board member of the West Center City Early Learning Center (Delaware), which provides education for inter-city children from low-income families. He is also active in efforts in the fight against colon cancer through the Eric Davis Foundation’s involvement with the National Colorectal Cancer Round Table.

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