Hayden AI Names Andy Olenik, Former Microsoft Sales Director, as Chief Revenue Officer

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Jan. 4, 2021 — Hayden AI Technologies, Inc. (“Hayden AI”), a leading smart city solutions provider, today announced the appointment of Andy Olenik, former Microsoft Azure Sales Director for the U.S. State and Local Government, as Chief Revenue Officer. Olenik will be responsible for shaping the company’s sales, marketing, and customer success functions.

Hayden AI Names Andy Olenik, Former Microsoft Sales Director, as Chief Revenue Officer

“We are thrilled to welcome Andy to our leadership team. His extensive experience in public sector sales will be an incredibly valuable asset,” said Chris Carson, Co-Founder and CEO of Hayden AI. “Andy has an impressive track record of leading high-performing sales teams and accelerating revenue growth. These proven skills and his demonstrated expertise in digital transformation will propel the national and international sales expansion of our AI-powered mobility solution.”

During his tenure at Microsoft, Andy served as Account Executive for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Sales Director for the Mid-Atlantic North, and Microsoft Azure Sales Director for the East Region and most recently for New York Metro Public Sector Agencies. Olenik has been recognized by Microsoft with the Platinum Club Award for Outstanding Achiever, the Platinum Club Award for Top Attainment, and two Champion Awards for his customer-centric programs. Prior to joining Microsoft, Andy held a series of individual contributor and sales leadership roles at early-stage and private Higher Education companies, including VP of Sales at Rave Wireless, Regional Sales Manager at Datatel (now Ellucian), and Midwest Regional Sales Director at Blackboard.

“It’s so exciting to join Hayden AI at this stage. Our breakthroughs with edge computing and AI technology have the potential to bring digital transformation to governments and their constituents,” said Olenik. “Hayden AI and our Safe Sense App, coupled with affordable cameras and our cognitive and vision services algorithms, have endless applications. Whether it’s supporting Automated Bus Lane Enforcement (ABLE), providing innovations for sanitation trucks or snowplows, or assisting transportation departments with improved traffic flow and congestion management, I look forward to helping make the smarter city vision a reality for all of Hayden AI’s customers.”

About Hayden AI

California-based Hayden AI Technologies, Inc. has developed an artificial intelligence-powered data collection platform for smart and safe cities to make their traffic flow faster and far more efficiently. The company is partnering with the world’s most innovative cities to deploy its vision-based mobile solution in a city’s fleet of vehicles to collect real-time data for the enforcement of traffic laws and other data services.

To learn more about Hayden AI, visit www.hayden.ai

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Who are the children available for adoption?

  • Boys and some girls 18-26 months old at time of placement
  • Children with minor to moderate special needs or birth family risk factors

Can I select my child's gender?

Families must be open to either gender.

Can single parents adopt?

No, unfortunatly South Korea does not accept single parent applicants.

What are the family requirements to adopt from South Korea?

Parents’ Ages

  • 25–44.5 years of age for non-Heritage family
  • 25-49.5 years of age for families with at least one spouse of Korean Heritage
  • 25-49.5 years of age for any Korean adult adoptee, either adopted from Korea or in the U.S.
  • 25-49.5 years of age for any family who has previously adopted a child from Korea
  • No more than 10 years age difference between spouses
Length of Marriage
  • Heterosexual couples married at least 2.5 years for both first and/or second marriages.
History of Arrests
  • Very minor arrest history could be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Children in Family Prior to Adoption
  • No more than 4 children in the home
  • The youngest child in the family must be at least 12 months older than the child being adopted. No exceptions.
  • Dillon is authorized to work with families in AR, KS, MO, OK and TX.
  • With special permission from Korea, Dillon can work with families residing in AL, AZ, CA, CT, DE, GA, ID, IL, IN, KY, LA, MA, ME, MI, MS, MT, ND, NE, NH, NM, OH, OR, RI, SC, SD, TN, VT, WA, WI or WY.
  • With special permission from Korea, Dillon can work with families in all 50 states if at least one spouse has Korean Heritage.
  • With special permission from Korea, Dillon can work with families in all 50 states who desire to adopt through the Waiting Child Program.
  • Applicants with recent history or currently taking medication to treat mental health issues (e.g., depression, anxiety) will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and must demonstrate symptoms are mild and well controlled
  • Applicants are required to be within the stated weight limits prior to accepting a child referral.
  • The country of Korea requires that applicants not be more than 30 percent overweight.
Psychological Evaluation
  • Required for each parent
  • Minimum annual income of $30,000
  • Both parents must travel and make two trips of 6-8 days each.

What does a typical Korea program adoption timeline look like?

Estimated timeframes are base don Dillon's current experience and can change during the process.

  • Application: 2-3 months
  • Home study: 2-3 months
  • Referral: 1-3 months
  • Child’s arrival: 7-10 months
  • Total timeframe: 12-19 months