My Story – Moses iM. Katakanya

Moses iM. Katakanya is a self-described “Serialpreneur” with many years of experience in technology and business leadership. He is also a philanthropist who invests his time volunteering for causes he is most passionate about.

As an Entrepreneur, Moses has a keen eye for identifying problems and finding solutions to solve them in the marketplace. Moses’s latest business venture is S-CareLQ Corporation. As its Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Moses runs three websites that collectively provide a holistic approach to digital health and wellness, which inspired him to coin the term “Care Equilibrium Marketplace.”

The first website,, is a freelance marketplace that provides a two-sided digital market that attracts both buyers (composed of individual customers, and small business owners paying for their employees’ fringe benefits) and service providers (that consist of coaches and mental health service providers (telemedicine, tele-healing services, health & lifestyle coaches, veteran care service providers, and general life coaches).

Personal Mantra;
“Winners Never Quit and Quitters Never Win.”

The second website,, is a complimentary e-commerce site that sells self-care products to this niche market.

The third website,, provides online career coaching via independent educational consultants, and access to a Career Pointer Software to high schools.

My History

In 2008, Moses co-founded AOIBIZ Green Energy Solutions, which imported and supplied energy-efficient products for the Southern California market. Under his leadership, Moses partnered with LG International to supply products to Southern California Edison, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), and the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).

Prior to AOIBIZ Green Energy Solutions, Moses co-founded, All Out-Imaging Corporation, a document imaging company whose specialty was to help real estate companies save money and space by digitizing their physical documents to be stored in the cloud. He steered it to success before the 2008 real estate crash.

Corporate Employment Experience

In the early 1990’s, Moses worked as a Novell Systems Engineer and later as Microsoft Systems Engineer. He consulted for the City of Anaheim and other small to mid-size companies, working on their network infrastructure migrations from the Novell Server Network environment to the Microsoft server environment.

Additionally, Moses worked at, where he developed a RAS (Reliability, Availability and Serviceability) process within the technical support organization that achieved a significant efficiency in identifying bottlenecks in the support operations.

Furthermore, Moses worked for CPT Events (an event management compary) where he successfully managed and directed a team of vendors, seasonal contractors and over 15,000 event guests, for a sports and entertainment event for consecutive 3 years: reducing budget overrun, increasing team productivity and successfully saving the company 11.9% from their project budgeted baseline.

Most notably, Moses spent 11 years as a Professional Service Consultant, consulting the Los Angeles Unified School District, the second largest public school district in the United States (with 734,641 students and 26,556 teachers and a 7.59 billion USD budget). In this role, he lead a team of IT Technicians in building a network infrastructure, and in designing computer labs in the inner city schools. Additionally, he trained faculty and administrators on how to integrate technology into the classroom effectively.

Lastly, Moses worked as a Project Manager where he successfully managed new product launches, event productions, IT infrastructure migration and employee training. Amongst his peers, he is known as team leader who leads and directs cross-functional teams to deliver projects within the constraints of time, costs, resources, risks, scope, and quality.

Professional Associations & Organizations Membership

Moses is an active member of his local PMI (Project Management Institute) chapter and maintains membership in the International Society of Six Sigma Professionals (ISSSP) that allows him to keep his finger on the pulse of innovation as part of a respected body of experts who are front-runners in dialogues around customer-centric process improvement within the business, government, education, healthcare, and nonprofit arenas.

Educational Background

Moses has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems (BSCIS), a Certificate in Project Management, a Certificate in Unity Programming, and a Certificate in Lean Six Sigma Green Belt.

Student Accomplishments

While in College, Moses initiated the 1st trade mission from Los Angeles to South Africa after the US government’s immediate release of sanctions on South Africa. In this endeavor, Moses partnered with the Economic Development Department of the Mayor’s Office of the City of Los Angeles to lead a delegation of Los Angeles-based entrepreneurs on a trip to South Africa to build an economic bridge between the two entities.

Moses founded Ruach, a social enterprise company whose mission was to bridge the digital divide in underserved communities, both locally & globally. Under Moses’ tutelage, Ruach hosted networking events that brought international ambassadors and dignitaries, such as the Vice President of Uganda, Edward Ssekandi, to meet City Council members of the City of Altadena.