From 1970 to 1976 Maurice (MisterMo) studied Computer Science and Aeronautics. While in college he worked for and was mentored by Micky Bellantonio, the most sought after muscle therapist in boxing history. He refocused his career in 1977 and continued graduate studies in Neuromuscular Therapy. His clients have included Bob Hope and Andy Williams, professional athletes George Blanda and John Brody, the US Ambassador to Belgium Leonard Firestone and Gerald Ford the President of the United States.
In 1981, AT&T developed the first telephone interpretation service. It was the same year that Maurice became involved with the Missouri school for the deaf. As he saw the frustrations experienced by deaf children, he knew that video communications would revolutionize the healthcare industry. As data compression technology advanced, he began developing a program capable of streaming 2-way video services online and in 2008 TranStream Global was conceived.
TranStream is a revolutionary cloud-based software program capable of accessing a proprietary database of live linguists able to supply video translation services on-demand to any industry in the world. TranStream is the only solution to the growing human dilemma.
Mo envisions creating a better way of doing something that enriches people’s lives.
His Current Works
“Men often hate each other because they fear each other; they fear each other because they don’t know each other; they don’t know each other because they cannot communicate with each other.” -Dr. Martin Luther King
Without open windows of communication, the Civil Rights act of 1964 remains paralyzed.