Herbert Gstalder is Chairman and former President of The Kraus Organization, a specialist and respected North American book publisher. Kraus established itself as a respected scholarly publisher of periodical back sets, to the college and university library market. They acquired and merged the United Press International Photo Library with the Bettmann Archive, creating the world’s largest photo archive. Kraus successfully divested its titles and interests in recent years. A graduate of Georgetown and NYU's Graduate School of Business. Herb serves on the board of Georgetown University Library and is President of Humanas, a foundation which supports college students through education grants and mentoring.
Dr Tamara Howard has a commendable track record in helping innovative start up companies. Tamara is a keen and active supporter of College Green’s progress and has worked in the US and Europe with IBM, PA Consulting, Digital, Capgemini and Verve Consulting. Tamara holds a PhD from the Sackler School of Biomedical Sciences at Tufts and an AB from Harvard University.
Sir Gordon Brunton has a lifetime of publishing experience in the UK and North America with The Thomson Corporation, which included educational publishers Wadsworth, Thomas Nelson, Hamish Hamilton, Pelham, Kraus Thomson, Jane's and Michael Joseph. Chairman Emeritus of Sotheby’s and a former Director of Times Newspapers and Oxford University Press. Sir Gordon is an Honary Fellow and a former Governor of the London School of Economics.
Nic Kelman is a screen, fiction and art book writer. His published works are international bestseller girls (Little Brown 2003), Video Game Art (Assouline 2006) and The Behavior of Light (Fazi Editore 2008). Nic graduated from MIT in Brain and Cognitive Sciences, minoring in Film and Media Studies. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Brown University.