James L. Applegate serves as Vice President for Program Development at the Lumina Foundation. In this role, he leads development of the Foundation’s funding programs supporting achievement of Lumina’s “Big Goal” to dramatically increase educational attainment in the U.S, especially for low income, first generation, minority, and adult students.
Prior to coming to Lumina in 2008, he served as Senior Fellow and Vice President for Academic Affairs at the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education from 1999 through 2008. Jim was also a Professor of Communication at the University of Kentucky. From 1984 until 1999 he was Chair of that Department. Jim earned his B.A from Georgetown College (KY) as well as an M.A. and Ph.D. from University of Illinois.
John Bailey leads the Whiteboard practice as Director and serves as co-publisher of Education Insider. He specializes in strategic consulting, policy counsel, and philanthropic advisory service. His expertise includes a wide range of issues including education, health care, technology, and telecommunications.
Prior to joining Dutko, John served in a number of positions in the Bush Administration working on education, healthcare, innovation, immigration, and labor policy. He most recently served in the White House as part of the President’s Domestic Policy Council where he was responsible for coordinating education and labor issues.
John was also an ex-officio member of the U.S. Department of Education’s Commission on the Future of Higher Education in 2006. As the nation’s second Director of Educational Technology and Pennsylvania’s first Director of Educational Technology, he spearheaded the development of several initiatives to expand online learning and improve the use of technology and data in education.
Dilip Bhatia is Vice President and General Manager of ThinkPad Business Unit with global responsibility for ThinkPad offerings. He manages all marketing, operations and development teams responsible for ThinkPad line of offerings that sell into Large Business, Education and Government segment. Prior to this, Dilip was the Vice President of Marketing at ThinkPad and has had four-year stint in Beijing in an International Assignment as the Executive Director of Marketing for ThinkCentre Commercial Desktop line of offerings. Dilip has a combined 12 years of experience at both Lenovo and IBM in various roles. Dilip graduated from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill with an MBA degree in 2005 and has Computer Engineering degree from North Carolina State University. He is based out of Morrisville, North Carolina.
James A. Boyle is a partner at Boyle Public Affairs, LLC, a full-service marketing communications firm based in McLean, VA, just outside Washington, DC. Boyle’s firm, which he founded in 2010, specializes in public releations and government relations support for companies in the business of higher education. The former president of College Parents of America, Boyle is also keeping his hand in the college financing world through his latest web site, NetPriceCalculator.info, which launched in November 2011. In addition, Boyle is founder and principal of McLean Speakers Bureau, which facilitates the placement of more than 30 expert presenters before groups which can benefit from their knowledge and wisdom. More information about Mr. Boyle and his companies may be found at www.boylepublicaffairs.com.
James Caras is the founder and CEO of Sapling Learning, an innovative online learning company focused on the problem-solving disciplines of Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Economics. As an entrepreneur, he has produced rich, interactive learning experiences and innovative educational assessment and learning platforms that combine his experience as a science educator with insight into the promise of technology and media. He establishes long-range company technology development plans according to his vision for the potential of instructional technologies, and he leverages his experience to direct the company in the online learning space. Jamie holds a B.A. in Chemistry from the University of California at Santa Barbara and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Texas at Austin. Sapling Learning’s software is currently adopted by over 300 higher education institutions and 700 faculty, as well as 40 high school districts.
In 2004, Andrew S. Clark founded Bridgepoint Education, a provider of innovative solutions that advance learning. Bridgepoint Education owns and operates two regionally accredited academic institutions, Ashford University and University of the Rockies, which offer degrees online and on campus. Bridgepoint Education advances learning through its Constellation digital learning platform, an innovative suite of interactive education materials that launched in 2010, and Waypoint Outcomes assessment software. Mr. Clark has more than 16 years experience in higher education management, beginning his career with University of Phoenix in 1995, and then serving as Chief Operating Officer of American Continental University. Mr. Clark serves on the board of directors of the San Diego Symphony, the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation and Francis Parker School. Mr. Clark holds a master’s degree in Business Administration from University of Phoenix and a bachelor’s degree in Communication Arts from Pacific Lutheran University.
Gunnar founded Fidelis in 2011 to provide an end-to-end solution to the military to civilian transition in partnership with leading universities. Previously, Gunnar was a Marine HUMINT Officer with numerous deployments and a consultant with Bain. While attending Harvard for business school, Gunnar did research with Clay Christensen on his and Michael Horn’s book Disrupting Class.
James Danky directs the Future of Print Project for the Center for the History of Print and Digital Culture at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Danky has been on the faculty of the UW School of Journalism and Mass Communication since 1990 and was the founder/director of the Center from 1992-2006. The author of more than three dozen books, Danky edits the series “Print Culture History in Modern America” for the UW Press, including Education and the Culture of Print in Modern America (2010). For more than 35 years Danky was the Newspapers and Periodicals Librarian for the Wisconsin Historical Society where he built an internationally acclaimed collection that included titles from all sectors of American life.
Sean Devine joined CourseSmart in May 2006 with 25 years of experience in the development, sales and marketing of online information services, and has been responsible for the company formation and the development of CourseSmart’s product and marketing strategy. Prior to CourseSmart, he spent six years as the CEO at Safari Books Online, a leading provider of electronic access to Computer & Business books, where he was responsible for the company launch in 2001 and led the company to becoming a leading provider of electronic book access for individuals, libraries and corporations. Prior to Safari Books Online, Sean held senior management positions at ibooks.com, Books24x7.com. Dun & Bradstreet, UMI/Bell & Howell, Ziff Davis and The Thomson Corporation. Sean graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from Saint Mary’s College of California.
Dale Dougherty is the founder of Make magazine and the creator of Maker Faire, which leads a growing maker movement. He is GM of Maker Media at O’Reilly Media in Sebastopol, California. Dougherty is a co-founder of O’Reilly Media, a technical publisher and conference organizer known for its advocacy of Open Source and the Web. An early Web pioneer, Dale was the developer of Global Network Navigator (GNN), the first commercial Web site launched in 1993 and sold to America Online in 1995. Dale was developer and publisher of Web Review, the online magazine for Web designers from 1995-1999, which was sold to CMP in 1999. He coined the term Web 2.0 as part of developing the Web 2.0 Conference. Make Magazine started in 2005 followed by the first Maker Faire in the Bay Area in 2006. This year, Maker Faire was held in the Bay Area, Detroit and New York City.
Jose Ferreira is the founder and CEO of Knewton, the world’s leading adaptive learning company. Knewton’s cloud-based platform uses concept-level data to create uniquely personalized learning plans, allowing educators to tailor their content to the exact needs of individual students. The World Economic Forum at Davos named Knewton a 2011 Technoklogy Pioneer. Jose earned his MBA from Harvard and was formerly an executive at Kaplan, where he led a company-wide re-engineering effort to redesign the company’s courses. Most recently, he was a Partner at New Atlantic Ventures (formerly Draper Atlantic), investing in new media and SaaS companies. He has been featured in publications from The Economist to Wired, and he lives in New York City. Twitter: @Knewton_Jose
Josh Fischman is the senior science writer for the The Chronicle of Higher Education and has supervised the publication’s technology coverage as a senior editor. He joined the publication in 2007. He has written about attempts to reinvent the Internet, ccomputerized tutors, illegal file downloads, and teaching classes using blogs, tablets, and cellphones. Previously he was a senior writer and editor at U.S News &World Report, editor-in-chief at Earth, deputy news editor at Science, and a senior editor at Discover. He has won the Blakeslee Award for excellence in medical reporting, and has been a finalist for the National Magazine Awards. He is a frequent contributor to national magazines such as National Geographic, for which he wrote a cover story on brain-controlled artificial limbs. He is the author of the leading medical education guidebook, The U.S. News & World Report Ultimate Guide to Medical Schools (Sourcebooks, 2006). He serves as a judge for several national science writing award competitions. Mr. Fischman graduated from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT., with a B.A. in anthropology, with High Honors, in 1982
Leslie Fisher is an internationally acclaimed presenter specializing in Social Media and its impact on the educator as well as the school. Leslie started her career in K-12 education at Apple and still presents about Apple products in her iOS Applications in education session. Leslie now works closely and consults for such companies as Sony and Adobe and enjoys sharing many Digital Photography and photo editing tips and tricks for both teachers and students. You can find more about Leslie on her website, www.lesliefisher.com
Paul Freedman is the founder and CEO of Altius Education, an innovator in higher education focused on creating efficient, personalized pathways to postsecondary degrees. At the center of the Altius system, is Ivy Bridge College, that delivers a direct path and unparalleled support services for students to pursue an associate degree online, then transfer to one of over 100 public and private four-year partner institutions across the United States. Prior to founding Altius, Paul started Academic Engine, a provider of online student recruitment technology, which he later sold to Hobsons Inc. in 2004. He is a graduate of the University of Chicago with a bachelor of arts in public policy and a concentration in law and economics.
Dean Gallagher’s innovations include the unprecedented success of MAT@USC, the first online teacher preparation program from a major research university, which now boasts 1700 students around the world. Under her leadership, USC Rossier now ranks in the top 15 Graduate Schools of Education (US News & World Report).
Kenneth C. Green (Casey) is the founding director of The Campus Computing Project, the largest continuing study of the role of computing, eLearning, and information technology in American higher education. The project is widely cited as a definitive source for data, information, and insight about IT planning and policy issues affecting US colleges and universities. Green is the author or editor of a dozen books and published research reports and more than 100 articles and commentaries in academic and professional publications. Dr. Green received the first EDUCAUSE Award for Leadership in Public Policy and Practice. Inside Higher Education publishes Green’s blog, Digital Tweed.
Rusty Greiff is Grockit’s Chief Strategy & Development Officer. Rusty has over 15 years experience in launching and running early-stage and large-scale education, social entrepreneurship and interactive technology businesses. Prior to joining Grockit, Rusty held senior executive positions at Educate, Inc. including Catapult Learning and Sylvan Learning, where he lead Sylvan’s national college prep and readiness business. He has advised and served on Boards of national charter schools, edtech companies, virtual schools and national nonprofits in education and economic development. Rusty began his career working in the Clinton Administration launching the AmeriCorps program and for Senator John Kerry on education and technology policy. Rusty graduated with a B.S. in political science and history from Washington University in St. Louis as well as an MBA from Harvard University. He has completed coursework at the London School of Economics and is a former Coro Leadership Fellow.
Recognized by Fast Company magazine as an e-learning pioneer, Jinny Goldstein has been at the forefront of innovative education using technology. As PBS Senior Vice President for Education, Goldstein launched cutting-edge services, including TeacherLine, LiteracyLink and the Adult Learning Service. She launched and served as the President/CEO of PBS The Business Channel, a for-profit, media-based training company. Goldstein later joined Smarterville, LLC, a division of Educate, Inc. as Vice President for Education and Strategy. She is President of The Goldstein Education Group, which provides strategic advice on education and media, and serves on the President’s Advisory Council of Teachers College, Columbia University and the NYU-DC Center Steering Committee.
Michael B. Horn is the co-founder and Executive Director, Education of Innosight Institute, a not-for-profit think tank devoted to applying the theories of disruptive innovation to problems in the social sector. He is the coauthor of Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns (McGraw-Hill: June 2008) with Harvard Business School Professor and bestselling author Clayton M. Christensen and Curtis W. Johnson, president of the Citistates Group. BusinessWeek named the book one of the 10 Best Innovation & Design Books of 2008, Strategy + Business awarded it the best human capital book of 2008, Newsweek named it as the 14th book on its list of “Fifty Books for Our Times,” and the National Chamber Foundation named it first among its 10 “Books that Drive the Debate 2009.”
John C Ittelson is Professor Emeritus, California State University Monterey Bay. John currently serves as Liaison for the California Virtual Campus . During his career he has had the opportunity to share his vision on emerging technologies and new concepts such as online-learning, ePortfolios and learning outcome assessments. He and his co-authors just completed, “Documenting Learning with ePortfolios: A Guide for College Instructors”. John serves as the co-facilitator of the EPAC (Electronic Portfolio Action Committee), a national group focused on using ePortfolios. He is also the co-chair of the Academic ePortfolio Workgroup for the Postsecondary Electronic Standards Council (PESC). He sits on the Board of Access Monterey Peninsula Cable Consortium, the California ASCD and the National Board of the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CLIC). John is an Apple Distinguished Educator, and an Adobe Educational Leader.
Josh Jarrett, Deputy Director of Postsecondary Success in the U.S. Program, leads the Next Generation Models portfolio within Postsecondary Success. This portfolio supports learning innovations and technologies with the potential to dramatically increase low-income student success and improve affordability. Investments areas include interactive courseware and tools, diagnostic assessments, learner relationship management systems, and breakthrough delivery models. Josh has been with the foundation for five years.
Prior to the foundation, Josh served as an Engagement Manger in McKinsey & Company’s Social Sector Practice, leading nonprofit organizations on issues of strategy, operations and organization. His work focused on charter school expansion, adolescent health services, and the effectiveness of foundation grantmaking. Prior to that, Josh served as an entrepreneur, helping to launch a customer service software company, and as business planning consultant in the National Park Service.
A graduate of Dartmouth College, he holds a graduate degree in business from Harvard.
Mike Lawrence has been impacting education as a Teacher, Administrator, Technology Coordinator and non-profit Leader for close to twenty years. He is a respected presenter at national conferences and events and was named an Apple Distinguished Educator in 2003. He assisted in the development and launch of the Discovery Educator Network (DEN) and co-founded the Google Certified Teacher program. Mike currently serves as Executive Director of Computer-Using Educators, supporting its membership by advancing student achievement through technology on an international level. Each year, thousands of educators attend CUE’s conference events and CUEtoYOU professional development, making it the premier Educational Technology association of the Western US. In 2010, Mike received a “Gold Disk”, CUE’s longest standing recognition, honoring his contributions to technology in learning. He was also elected to the ISTE Board of Directors the same year. Mike lives in Southern California with his wife and two kids.
Angela Lin oversees all things education at YouTube, including content strategy, partnerships and original programming. Her work reaches across the learning spectrum from K12 to higher ed to lifelong learning, featuring educational content that ranges from purely academic to wildly inspirational. Prior to joining YouTube, Angela was a strategy consultant specializing in digital media and entertainment and served as a film programmer at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Angela began her career as a Page at NBC where she worked on SNL, the Today Show, and the Olympics. She has also worked on productions for the Travel Channel in Peru, TVB in Hong Kong, and the Shanghai Grand Theatre in China. Angela graduated with honors in economics from Harvard College and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Vineet has worked on and led many aspects of McGraw-Hill Education’s digital transformation ranging from business and product strategy through establishing new sales channels, partnerships and business models. Additionally, he has represented McGraw-Hill’s venture investments in Inkling and HotChalk and has been on the board of the education division of the Software Information Industry Association since 2010. He is a noted speaker on the digital evolution of education and has appeared in television, radio and print coverage. He previously worked at Booz Allen Hamilton, focusing on issues of innovation and strategic business transformation. Earlier, he served in a variety of operating roles at JP Morgan Chase & Co. He has both a BS and MBA from Columbia University and has completed the High Potentials Leadership program at Harvard.
A seasoned Valley entrepreneur and leader, Mehdi has over 20 years of experience building great teams and operating both startups and public companies. Before BookRenter, Mehdi was SVP of products and services at CafePress where he joined the team in the early days and grew the company to over $130M in revenues. Prior to CafePress, Mehdi was SVP of products at Intellisync where they had 90% ownership of the mobile sync market before Nokia bought the company for $450M. Mehdi held a number of executive positions at other Valley companies and currently sits on the board of FaceTime, Pbworks and Fotomoto. Mehdi completed undergraduate studies at Berkeley and graduate studies in computer science at Stanford.
Scott McNealy co-founded Sun Microsystems, Inc. in 1982, serving as Chief Executive Officer and Board Chairman for over 22 years. During his tenure, McNealy transformed Sun from a Silicon Valley start-up to a leading provider of network computing. In October 2011, McNealy announced his next venture, Wayin. Wayin offers a fun, entertaining way for users and enterprise partners to post photos, ask questions, play live games, share results, and spark conversation amongst friends, consumers and people worldwide with similar interests, anywhere, anytime. McNealy serves as Wayin’s Chairman and lead investor. McNealy continues his longstanding commitment to education and advocacy for open and competitive business practices. In March 2004, he led Sun to create the Global Education & Learning Community. Now called Curriki, (“curriculum”+“wiki”), its mission is to eliminate the Education Divide. Curriki’s global online community creates quality materials that benefit teachers, parents and students. BA, Harvard, 1976; MBA, Stanford, 1980
As CEO of Parchment, Matthew leads all facets of our mission to unleash education credentials, by unlocking the critical data they embody. Matthew brings a unique background as both an education technology entrepreneur and a sociologist of education. In 1997 he co-founded Blackboard Inc., serving first as CEO and then Executive Chairman.
Matthew left Blackboard in 2008 to teach and conduct research as an Assistant Professor of Sociology in Arizona State University’s (ASU) School of Social and Family Dynamics. He remains a Research Assistant Professor at ASU today, with specializations in economic sociology, sociology of education, and social network analysis. Matthew serves on the Board of Trustees of The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. He holds a BS in Political Science from American University, Ed.M in Education Policy from Harvard University Graduate School of Education, and a Ph.D. in Sociology of Education (with distinction) from Teachers College, Columbia University.
Michael K. Powell, former Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from 2001 to 2005 and a member of the FCC for eight years, began his tenure as President & CEO of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA) on April 25, 2011. Powell was nominated as a member of the FCC by President Bill Clinton and sworn in on November 3, 1997. He was designated by President George W. Bush as FCC Chairman in January 2001, serving in that role until April 2005.
LeCroy Center Provost Pamela Quinn supervises many progressive distance education and learning technology initiatives for the Dallas Community Colleges including Dallas TeleLearning courseware development and Dallas TeleCollege Online. Active nationally in numerous professional organizations, she sits on the boards of the American Association of Community Colleges and NUTN/National University Technology Network/NUTN.
Osman Rashid, is an accomplished entrepreneur and pioneer in education technology. His first foray into this market was in 2003 as co-founder of Chegg.com, an online textbook rental service. After co-founding the company and leading as its CEO for four years, Rashid transferred to the position of Chegg.com’s Chairman. In 2009, Rashid co-founded and became the CEO of Kno, Inc., a digital textbook tablet and education platform launched in June 2010.
Prior to this, Rashid held various founder and executive roles at software companies. Ernst & Young awarded him an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year Award in 2009 for Consumer Products in Northern CA. Rashid received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from University of Minnesota in 1993 and originates from Pakistan.
Amjed is Executive Director of Kaplan’s Pre-Health business line, with oversight over test preparation programs preparing students for professional studies in medicine, dentistry, and other health fields. Since joining Kaplan in 2001, he has established programs that maximized the learning efficiency of students, including Kaplan’s first semester length all-online preparation program in 2003. With vast amounts of content knowledge and the short term nature of prep programs, test prep requires combining high doses of innovative blended curriculum design, rapid and specific initial diagnosis, and adaptive assessment methods. His current interests are in the emerging fields of Learning Analytics (student data tracking) and Learnometrics (learning object data tracking). Amjed attended Rutgers University, where he dual majored in Cognitive Science and Cell Biology and Neuroscience.
Currently President and CEO EyeSee360, Inc, President of PCS2, Inc., Board Member Congruity LLC, Pharmacy TV, former board member Tiger Eye Broadcasting (largest holder of LPTV licenses).
past positions include SrVP of Engr Firm, Regional VP Technology Company with IPO, BSE, MBA.
Frederick Singer is an online pioneer who has funded and led digital companies over the past twenty years. Singer is CEO of Echo360, an educational software company providing automated classroom capture and distance learning to over 400 institutions in 23 countries. He is founder and CEO of 960 Media, a company providing support services for returning veterans. Singer was at the forefront of emerging video technologies as personal advisor to Masayoshi Son, CEO of Softbank Corporation/Yahoo Japan. He has held the positions of COO of America Online Interactive Services, founder of Washingtonpost.com and strategy consultant with Bain & Company. Singer serves or has served on the boards of DoubleClick, Motley Fool, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (International), The Langley School, Queen’s University School of Business and Upper Canada College in Toronto. He actively funds pioneering work on Autism spectrum disorder with the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington DC.
Burck is the CEO and founder of StraighterLine, and, before that, the CEO and founder of SMARTHINKING, the largest online tutoring provider for colleges. Both companies are frequently noted for their innovative business models. Burck is a frequent writer and speaker on higher education policy. He is a member of the American Enterprise Institute’s Higher Education Working Group. As a writer about education and technology, Burck has been published by the Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Ed, Wired Magazine, Wired News, Converge Magazine, University Business and in two books on educational policy. In the early 1990′s, he wrote articles on a variety of subjects including community telecommunication networks, electronic access to political information, telecommunications deregulation and the potential of utilities to serve as telecommunications service providers. Burck holds a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government and a B.A. from Williams College.
Joann Spyker is the Vice President of Sales & Higher Education, for Copia Interactive LLC., the highly innovative, multi-platform, social reading ecosystem. Spyker has been instrumental in securing Copia’s content distribution relationships with groups that directly serve over 70% of the US college population. Before joining Copia, Spyker built a successful sales and marketing strategy consulting practice, with projects that included the launch of a digital content/ebook business. Spyker also held several positions within Ingram Book Group, the nation’s largest book distributor, where as Vice President of Sales, she drove significant growth in the Higher Education and independent bookstore markets.
Greg Tobin is President of the English, Mathematics, and Student Success division of Pearson Higher Education.
Andy’s professional experience bridges high tech and academia. Previously, Andy served as technical support engineer and higher education sales manager for Apple Computer in Cupertino, California and Tokyo, Japan. He also worked as a licensing associate in the Office of Technology Commercialization, where he was responsible for the protection, development, and commercialization of faculty inventions and creative works. Andy has founded several education-related companies including Smart.fm (formerly Cerego) of Tokyo, Japan and Livescribe of Oakland, California. As Livescribe’s Chief Scientist and Senior Science Advisor, he earned a number of patents on technologies focused on increasing the effectiveness, efficiency, and accessibility of teaching and learning. He is presently an Assistant Professor of the Practice of Human and Organizational Development at Vanderbilt University where he teaches undergraduate and graduate-level courses in research methods, instructional design, and technology forecasting. Andy holds a bachelor’s degree in instructional psychology and doctorate in instructional technology from Utah State University.
Director of Product Development at MAKE and a member of the MAKE Technical Advisory. Marc has worked in several different fields including a period of time as a traditional metalsmith, Illustrator, and 3D model maker. As of lately his main interest includes micro-controllers, interactive art, and anything that uses technology in a unique way. However, he also enjoys anything that has great design, regardless of the medium. When he’s not building something in his studio, which is a very rare occurrence, you can be pretty sure he is either playing ice hockey or out skiing with his family.
Troy Williams is Vice President and General Manager of Macmillan New Ventures, where he is responsible for identifying emerging technologies and trends that will have a major impact on student performance and outcomes. From 1998 to 2007, Troy was President and CEO of Questia Media, Inc., an early online electronic book offering that he founded and sold to Cengage Learning. Troy is an adjunct professor at NYU, where he teaches the capstone thesis course on starting new businesses in the Masters of Publishing program. He is a member of the Advisory Board at the Rice University Humanities Research Center and has served on the boards of the Harris County Education Foundation, Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Houston, the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship in Austin, and Imprint, Houston’s leading literary arts organization. Troy holds a Bachelor of Arts from Rice University and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.
David Woolf is general manager of Integrated Technologies for Steelcase Group. Steelcase Inc. helps create great experiences – wherever work happens. Appointed to this position in October 2011, David is responsible for the technology solutions portfolio – including media:scape and Room Wizard and other products currently in development. Previously, David was vice president of Global Marketing and Product Development for InFocus, a global leader in projectors and display products in Portland, Ore. He also held positions at the company as director of Worldwide Product Management, business line manager, and product manager. In addition, David worked for NEC as vice president of Marketing and at Andersen Consulting as a process and technology consultant. David earned a bachelor’s in economics from the University of Washington in Seattle and a master’s in marketing and finance from the University of Oregon – Charles H. Lundquist College of Business. David resides in Portland, Ore.
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