BOARD OF DIRECTORS
TIM GENTRY (Chairman) is the President of Communiclique, a Global Unified Communication API provider. He works with entrepreneurs to secure the resources, locations and funding for their businesses and ideas.
TRAEY HATCH is a musician, consultant, and officer at the Sherman Foundation in Houston. He is well versed in entrepreneurship, non-profit management, and creation of digital media.
JEFF FREY is Director of Digital Experiences at MD Anderson Cancer Hospital in Houston. He has over 20 years of leadership experience in global information technology, driving innovation in healthcare, nonprofit, education, oil, nuclear and clean energy sectors.
EMMANUEL OPATI is Associate Director of M.S. Programs in the Office of Education at Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School in Baltimore. He specializes in project management, creating and managing programs, strategic planning, and streamlining processes.
DEIRDRE WHITE is the CEO of PYXERA Global in Washington, D.C. She is an internationally recognized leader in the field of economic development who builds win-win partnerships that bridge gaps between the public and private sectors.
DAVID DEWANE (de facto member) is Librii's Executive Director.
PAUL HAMILL (Chairman) is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the American Securities Project in Washington D.C. He works with entrepreneurs to secure the resources, locations and funding for their businesses and ideas.
DANIEL BROWN is a Doctoral Candidate at the Harvard Business School. He has over 20 years of leadership experience in global information technology, driving innovation in healthcare, nonprofit, education, oil, nuclear and clean energy sectors.
JOSIAH EYISON is the Co-Counder and CEO of iSpace in Accra, Ghana. He develops programs, seminars and workshops for startups, works with entrepreneurs, and implements objectives of program grant funders.
DAWN QUILL is an Educator at the Smithsonian Institution. She is currently a Lead Mentor at the ArtLab, a radically inclusive digital media studio for local teens, in Washington, D.C.
CAL NEWPORT is an author and assistant professor of computer science at Georgetown University. He has written extensively on maximizing individual potential through developing elevated work habits.