Leon Fraser

Leon FraserLeon excels in both strategy and execution in B2B and B2C environments. He has expertise in and a passion for services industries that produce or deliver content, such as publishing, higher education, and telecommunications.

In his work as an assistant professor at Rutgers University, he’s taught MBA and Undergraduate students to become effective business leaders through courses on leadership, management, strategy, and consulting. He co-taught courses on doing business in China and in Southeast Asia.

He has been the recipient of multiple teaching awards, including “Best Professor Award” by Rutgers MBA Flex Students and “Most Knowledgeable Management & Global Business Professor Award” by Undergraduate Students.

BA, Government, Harvard University
MBA, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Glenn Lang

Glenn LangGlenn Lang’s career is one of successful, creative, and progressive leadership in higher education and senior policy-level government. He has developed innovative programs that increased higher education student and faculty diversity and retention; increased educational opportunities for first-generation, low-income and underrepresented minority students; and addressed new program development, as well as institutional accreditation.

Glenn has senior-level experience in policy formulation, evaluation, strategic planning, partnership building and finding creative solutions in demanding, highly political, results-oriented environments.

In his role as Assistant Secretary of Higher Education in New Jersey, he served as the chief academic affairs officer in the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education and oversaw institutional licensure and exceeding mission reviews, managed relations with regional and federal accreditation bodies that included Middle States. Additionally, Glenn represented the agency on the academic issues and transfer articulation committees of the NJ Presidents’ Council, the Higher Education Student Assistance Authority and the Educational Facilities Authority. When it came to statewide student programs, the scope of his oversight included the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF), Minority Academic Careers Programs, the NJ State GEAR UP project, and Federal College Access Challenge Grants with annual budgets exceeding $50 million.

BS, Bloomsburg State College
MS, University of Scranton
EdD, Executive Leadership Program, Fordham University

Ashley Woods

Ashley WoodsAshley leverages her knowledge of and experience with web design and social media to design, manage, and update client websites, and to help clients manage the use of social media as a marketing tool. She also helps clients analyze data gathered through social media channels to understand the effects of social media on brand image.

BA, Psychology, Mount Holyoke College

Dr. Antonella Fabri

Antonella is a cultural analyst with a background in social anthropology, linguistics, semiotics, and critical thinking. Her work spans several fields, converging on themes of cultural difference, social dynamics, and behavior. She has been a consultant for over fifteen years and teaches graduate courses on the application of methods and theories of anthropology to provide policy and business solutions.

She has collaborated on a variety of projects on public health and policy with the City of New York. In the private sector, she has worked on projects that connect meaning and behavior to luxury goods, fragrances and cosmetics, food and beverages, health, hospitality, travel, education, and financial services.

Antonella uses ethnographic methodologies to delve into people’s experiences, stories, and emotions, to understand their motivations in their everyday lives and beliefs.

She enjoys teamwork, challenging projects, and the opportunity to offer actionable insights and creative solutions to her clients. Author of peer reviewed articles and speaker at professional conferences, she is fluent in Italian, English, and Spanish.

PhD, Cultural Anthropology, University at Albany, State University of New York

Dr. Geoffrey Webster

During a professional career of over 25 years, Dr. Webster has held a wide range of executive, managerial, and technical positions in various industries. He is recognized as a results driven leader with strong and visible advocacy for the development and implementation of business, technical, and operating strategies for Operational Excellence. During his career, he has delivered numerous results yielding benefits of optimizing work processes and technology in his areas of expertise. He is also well noted for providing mentoring and coaching for organizations committed to improving operational productivity and effectiveness. Dr. Webster is also PMP and Master Black Belt certified.

PhD, Business Administration, University of Management and Technology
MBA, Portland University
BS, Computer Science, University of Cincinnati

Maureen Ennis

maureen ennis
Maureen is a dynamic change leader with significant accomplishments in business transformation. She leverages a unique blend of competencies spanning strategic planning, human resources, technology and leadership. Working with leaders across different sectors and industries, she uses effective team building strategies to cultivate agile, lean, and collaborative organizations.