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"The well rounded professional makes little distinction between work and play, labor and leisure, the mind and body, education and recreation and love and religion."

Robert L. Dilenschneider, from the book, Power and Influence

Jack Devine
Founding Partner and President, The Arkin Group LLC

Jack Devine is the former Deputy Director of Operations at the Central Intelligence Agency, having served with the agency for 32 years. After departing the CIA, Mr. Devine is a founding partner and President of The Arkin Group LLC, a consulting firm specializing in crisis management, strategic intelligence, and investigative research. At the CIA, Mr. Devine was head of the Afghan Task Force, head of the Counternarcotics Center, Chief of the Latin American Division, Deputy Director of Operations outside the U.S., and the senior CIA representative in Great Britain. During his tenure with the Afghan Task Force, he was awarded the CIA's Meritorious Officer Award for successfully countering Soviet aggression in the region. Mr. Devine has since received the agency's Distinguished Intelligence Medal and several other meritorious awards. He currently sits on the Board of Advisors at Claremont Graduate University's School of Politics and Economics and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Carol Kinsey Goman
President and Founder, Kinsey Consulting Services

Carol Kinsey Goman, Ph.D., is the Founder and President of Kinsey Consulting Services specializing in change-management for individuals and organizations. Having authored ten books and over 200 articles, Ms. Goman lectures internationally and advises clients that include Hewlett-Packard, Consolidated Edison, Royal Bank of Canada, and the Asian Strategy & Leadership Institute in Malaysia. Ms. Goman has served as adjunct faculty at John F. Kennedy University in the International MBA program, at the University of California in the Executive Education Department, and for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States at their Institutes for Organization Management.

Stephen A. Greyser
Professor Emeritus, Harvard Business School

Stephen Greyser is a leading academic and professional in the field of marketing and communications. Currently the Richard P. Chapman Professor (Marketing/Communications) Emeritus at HBS, he created the HBS electives on Corporate Communications and the Business of Sports. He is responsible for 16 books, numerous journal articles, and over 300 published HBS case studies. He co-developed the concept of "heritage brands." He also spent eight years as Executive Director of the Marketing Science Institute, where he now serves on its Executive Directors Council. His professional credentials include service as a national Director of the American Marketing Association and Chairman of its Publications Board, member of the Advisory Council of the Association for Consumer Research, and Past President and Chairman of the American Academy of Advertising. Mr. Greyser was also the National Vice Chairman and a Director of PBS and has sat on the Boards of various corporations including Doyle Dane Bernbach, Tonka, and Restaurant Associates.

Mark Mershon
Former Assistant Director in Charge, New York, FBI

Mark Mershon is the former Assistant Director in charge of the FBI's flagship New York Office which he commanded for more than 3 years. During his service within the FBI, Mr. Mershon specialized in white collar crime, violent crime, organized crime and drug investigations, before his elevation as a senior executive. In that capacity Mr. Mershon served, successively, as the FBI's Chief Inspector, then as the Special Agent in charge of the Agency's Denver office, San Francisco office and, finally, as Assistant Direct, commanding the New York operation. A graduate of the University of Notre Dame, Mr. Mershon originally came to the FBI from Touche Ross and Company where he served as a Senior Accountant.

Stuart E. Seigel
Chairman and CEO, Seigel & Associates

Stuart Seigel is a former Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service, appointed by President Carter. He is currently Chairman and CEO of Seigel & Associates, LLC, a New York based specialized tax advisory and consulting firm. In addition to his earlier Government service as a trial lawyer for the IRS and as Associate Tax Legislative Counsel in the Treasury Department, Mr. Seigel practiced tax law with such prominent firms as Williams & Connolly and Arnold & Porter, providing tax planning advice, litigating tax cases, and handling appeals in the Federal courts. His law practice also included an array of business and corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions.

Fay Vincent, Jr.
Former Commissioner, Major League Baseball

Francis Thomas (Fay) Vincent Jr., who served as the eighth Commissioner of Major League Baseball from 1989 to 1992, is a former securities and corporate lawyer and business executive who became the head of Columbia Pictures Industries in 1978 and a senior executive of Coca-Cola in 1982. A graduate of Williams College cum laude (1960) and Yale Law School (1963), he practiced law in Washington, DC, as a partner in the law firm of Caplin and Drysdale and briefly served at the SEC as an Associate Director of the Division of Corporation Finance. In 1978, he was named President and CEO of Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. Following the acquisition of Columbia by the Coca-Cola Company, he was appointed President and CEO of the company's Entertainment Business Sector. He was subsequently named Executive Vice President of Coca-Cola in 1983. In 1988 the incoming Commissioner of Baseball, his longtime friend Bart Giamatti, invited him to accept the position of Deputy Commissioner. Following Giamatti's death on September 1, 1989, he was named Commissioner. In the years since he left that office he has been a corporate director and private investor. He was awarded an honorary doctoral degree by Williams College, Kenyon College, Carleton College, Canisius College, Central Connecticut State University, Fairfield University and others. He served as a trustee of Williams for 18 years and of Fairfield, the Yale Law School, and the Hotchkiss School. He has been also honored by the Negro League Museum for his assistance to old time baseball players.
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