MEDIABANK BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Ted is vice chairman emeritus of AOL LLC with more than a decade of experience in global Internet services and media at AOL, where he also served as vice chairman and president of several business units. In addition to his work at AOL, Leonsis is the majority owner of the National Hockey League's Washington Capitals and the Women's National Basketball Association's Washington Mystics. He is also the producer of "Nanking," a documentary film that made its premiere at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival.
John is the retired President and COO of AT&T, and the former President and CEO of R.R. Donnelley & Sons. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Manpower, Inc., Novarra, Inc., Vasco Data Security International, Inc., Innerworkings, Inc., and SNP Corporation, Singapore. He is a Trustee of Northwestern University, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and Evanston Northwestern Healthcare.
Jack is Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors of Western Union Holdings, Inc.. He was Chairman (from May 1999) and Chief Executive Officer (from August 1998) of McDonald's Corporation until December 2002. Mr. Greenberg joined McDonald's Corporation as Executive Vice President and Chief Finance Officer and as a member of the Board of Directors in 1982. He served as a director of First Data Corporation from 2003 to 2006. Mr. Greenberg is a Director of The Allstate Corporation, Hasbro, Inc. and Manpower Inc.
Betsy is a member of the Board of Directors of Tribune Company and Western Union Company, and is the former CEO of Kraft Foods, Inc. She is a Senior Advisor to McKinsey & Company. She is on the Board of Visitors for Duke University's Trinity College, and is a Trustee of the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago and the Ravinia Music Festival.
Peter joined New Enterprise Associates (NEA) in 1992 and has served as Managing General Partner since 1999. Since joining NEA, Peter has led investments in over 20 information technology companies that have completed public offerings or successful mergers. These include such industry pioneering companies as Amisys, CareerBuilder, InnerWorkings, Neutral Tandem, UUNET, and Vonage. Prior to joining NEA, Peter was President and Chief Operating Officer of Legent Corporation (LGNT) and Senior Vice President of the Systems Software Division of UCCEL Corporation (UCE). Both companies were ultimately acquired at valuations that were record breaking for their time. Earlier, Peter spent almost a decade at General Electric Company in a variety of management positions, including Vice President and General Manager at GE Information Services. Outside interests include serving on the Northwestern University Board of Trustees, the Dartmouth Tuck School Board of Overseers. Peter previously served on the Executive Committee of the Board of the National Venture Capital Association and was also a founding member of Venture Philanthropy Partners, a philanthropic organization in the Washington D.C. area. He has a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Northwestern and an MBA from Dartmouth.
Dipak is the current dean of INSEAD and the former dean of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. He is on the Board of Directors of Deere & Company, Hartmarx Corporation, Northern Trust Corporation, Reliance Industries Limited, India, and Evanston Northwestern Healthcare Board of Directors.
Linda is a member of the Board of Directors of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and InnerWorkings, Inc., and is a Trustee for the investment funds advised by the Janus Capital Group, Inc. She is the former Chairman of the Board and CEO of Leo Burnett Worldwide, Inc.
Eric Lefkofsky is currently the President of Blue Media, LLC, a Chicago-based private equity and consulting firm focused on applied technology. Mr. Lefkofsky is the founder of InnerWorkings, Inc. (INWK: NASDAQ), a global provider of print solutions. He is also the founder and a Director of several other firms, including Echo Global Logistics, a technology-driven transportation outsourcing firm; MediaBank, Inc., a leading provider of integrated media procurement technology; and ThePoint, Inc., an online activism website. Eric Lefkofsky was previously the Chief Operating Officer of HA-LO Industries, Inc. Prior to HA-LO, Mr. Lefkofsky was the President and founder of Starbelly.com. Eric Lefkofsky is on the Board of Directors of Children's Memorial Hospital, Steppenwolf Theatre and The Art Institute of Chicago. He is also a member of the Chicago 2016 Olympic Committee. Eric Lefkofsky is the author of Accelerated Disruption and is a guest professor at Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Business. Eric Lefkofsky graduated from the University of Michigan and received his Juris Doctor at University of Michigan Law School.
Brad is a founder of MediaBank LLC, Echo Global Logistics, Inc. The Point LLC, Starbelly, and several other companies. He is on the Board of the Zell-Lurie Entrepreneurship Institute at the University of Michigan, Big Communications, Warrior Productions, and University of Michigan Hillel Foundation. He was formerly on the Board of Columbia College, as well as the Advisory Committee of the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business Directors' College.
Rich is a founder of InnerWorkings, Inc., Echo Global Logistics, Inc., Rivenet.com, Starbelly, Magnitude Networks, LLC, and several other companies. He was President of Financial Place Corporation and Continental Towers Associates. He serves on the Board of Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago and is a 1985 graduate of Harvard University.