Marie Zeller is the founder of Cabin Air Technologies, LLC and the inventor of the Cabin Air Purifier. She has over 25 years of experience as a businesswoman, including 11 years as co-founder and Vice President of Specialized Computer Services, Inc. in Portland, Oregon. Prior to founding SCS, her professional background included five years with the U.S. Information Agency in Washington, D.C., and four years with the Bonneville Power Administration in Portland, Oregon. Her emphasis during the last ten years has been on the research and development of improved motor vehicle cabin air filtration technology. She received a BA in Political Science, with emphasis on Public Administration from Willamette University, and completed graduate management courses at George Washington University.


Col. Colben Keith Sime, US Marine Corps (RET), serves as the Company's Manager, East Coast. His duties include facilitating contacts with military and other governmental agency officials, and developing sales channels in the Washington, D.C. area. Keith has ten years of defense industry experience, including management of procurement related programs at Lockheed Shipbuilding and Construction and Lockheed Missiles and Space. This followed a distinguished 25 year career as a Naval Aviator, including various program management responsibilities. He received a MS in Aeronautics from the US Naval Postgraduate School and a BS in Chemistry from Oregon State University.


Anne Kayser has been involved with the early development of the Cabin Air Purifier, including prototype design, field testing, and market development activities. She is a former mathematics teacher, an experienced presenter, and a writer. She received a BA in History from Willamette University with additional courses through the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program and Portland State University.