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Audit Committee Position

Richard Levychin, CPA, CGMA

Mr. Levychin currently is a Partner in NY-based Galleros Robinson’s Commercial Audit and Assurance practice focusing on privately and publicly held companies. Prior to this, Mr. Levychin was the Managing Partner at KBL, LLP, a Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (“PCAOB”) certified independent registered accounting firm, since 1994. Mr. Levychin has over 25 years of experience in various industries including media, entertainment, real estate, manufacturing, not-for-profit, technology, retail, technology, and professional services. Richard received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Baruch College, and since then has received many accolades including having been honored with the Baruch College Alumni Association’s “Alumni Leadership Award for Business.”

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Brian Hart

Brian Hart has over 25 years of experience in technology, communications, and policy, and is a founding partner of Hart Communications. He has served as senior staff for a federal agency, three U.S. senators, publicly traded companies, and global consulting firms. He also served on the board of directors of a privately held EMC testing and equipment company in Austin, Texas that is now a part of ESCO Technologies. Hart was a presidential appointee as the director of the Office of Media Relations for the Federal Communications Commission and was communications director for Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri directing all strategic communications and public relations for the senator, the Senate Rules Committee, as well as the presidential swearing in and inaugural address. He reorganized and led the Washington, DC office for H&R Block. While at Ketchum and Hill & Knowlton he consulted for Fortune 100 clients including HP, FedEx, IBM, Enron, and Verizon on public relations, crisis communications, restructuring, and government and public affairs.

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Jesse Law

Jesse Law is an accomplished senior executive with 17 years of professional experience, including 14 years of experience in banking and finance and 13 years in bipartisan political and public policy operations. During his career, Mr. Law has developed expertise in strategic management, corporate operations, staff development, and high-level stakeholder relations, including working with senior executives of Fortune 100 companies, senior administration officials, members of the United States Congress, and senior foreign diplomats. In addition, Mr. Law is adept at building coalitions of diverse interests and coaching them towards mutually-acceptable solutions in high-stakes domestic and international negotiations that have resulted in achieving exemplary success of key strategic organizational goals.

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Compensation Committee Position

Jesse Law

Jesse Law is an accomplished senior executive with 17 years of professional experience, including 14 years of experience in banking and finance and 13 years in bipartisan political and public policy operations. During his career, Mr. Law has developed expertise in strategic management, corporate operations, staff development, and high-level stakeholder relations, including working with senior executives of Fortune 100 companies, senior administration officials, members of the United States Congress, and senior foreign diplomats. In addition, Mr. Law is adept at building coalitions of diverse interests and coaching them towards mutually-acceptable solutions in high-stakes domestic and international negotiations that have resulted in achieving exemplary success of key strategic organizational goals.

Chair

Brian Hart

Brian Hart has over 25 years of experience in technology, communications, and policy, and is a founding partner of Hart Communications. He has served as senior staff for a federal agency, three U.S. senators, publicly traded companies, and global consulting firms. He also served on the board of directors of a privately held EMC testing and equipment company in Austin, Texas that is now a part of ESCO Technologies. Hart was a presidential appointee as the director of the Office of Media Relations for the Federal Communications Commission and was communications director for Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri directing all strategic communications and public relations for the senator, the Senate Rules Committee, as well as the presidential swearing in and inaugural address. He reorganized and led the Washington, DC office for H&R Block. While at Ketchum and Hill & Knowlton he consulted for Fortune 100 clients including HP, FedEx, IBM, Enron, and Verizon on public relations, crisis communications, restructuring, and government and public affairs.

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Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee Position

Brian Hart

Brian Hart has over 25 years of experience in technology, communications, and policy, and is a founding partner of Hart Communications. He has served as senior staff for a federal agency, three U.S. senators, publicly traded companies, and global consulting firms. He also served on the board of directors of a privately held EMC testing and equipment company in Austin, Texas that is now a part of ESCO Technologies. Hart was a presidential appointee as the director of the Office of Media Relations for the Federal Communications Commission and was communications director for Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri directing all strategic communications and public relations for the senator, the Senate Rules Committee, as well as the presidential swearing in and inaugural address. He reorganized and led the Washington, DC office for H&R Block. While at Ketchum and Hill & Knowlton he consulted for Fortune 100 clients including HP, FedEx, IBM, Enron, and Verizon on public relations, crisis communications, restructuring, and government and public affairs.

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Jesse Law

Jesse Law is an accomplished senior executive with 17 years of professional experience, including 14 years of experience in banking and finance and 13 years in bipartisan political and public policy operations. During his career, Mr. Law has developed expertise in strategic management, corporate operations, staff development, and high-level stakeholder relations, including working with senior executives of Fortune 100 companies, senior administration officials, members of the United States Congress, and senior foreign diplomats. In addition, Mr. Law is adept at building coalitions of diverse interests and coaching them towards mutually-acceptable solutions in high-stakes domestic and international negotiations that have resulted in achieving exemplary success of key strategic organizational goals.

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Richard Levychin, CPA, CGMA

Mr. Levychin currently is a Partner in NY-based Galleros Robinson’s Commercial Audit and Assurance practice focusing on privately and publicly held companies. Prior to this, Mr. Levychin was the Managing Partner at KBL, LLP, a Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (“PCAOB”) certified independent registered accounting firm, since 1994. Mr. Levychin has over 25 years of experience in various industries including media, entertainment, real estate, manufacturing, not-for-profit, technology, retail, technology, and professional services. Richard received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Baruch College, and since then has received many accolades including having been honored with the Baruch College Alumni Association’s “Alumni Leadership Award for Business.”

Brian Hart

Brian Hart has over 25 years of experience in technology, communications, and policy, and is a founding partner of Hart Communications. He has served as senior staff for a federal agency, three U.S. senators, publicly traded companies, and global consulting firms. He also served on the board of directors of a privately held EMC testing and equipment company in Austin, Texas that is now a part of ESCO Technologies. Hart was a presidential appointee as the director of the Office of Media Relations for the Federal Communications Commission and was communications director for Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri directing all strategic communications and public relations for the senator, the Senate Rules Committee, as well as the presidential swearing in and inaugural address. He reorganized and led the Washington, DC office for H&R Block. While at Ketchum and Hill & Knowlton he consulted for Fortune 100 clients including HP, FedEx, IBM, Enron, and Verizon on public relations, crisis communications, restructuring, and government and public affairs.

Jesse Law

Jesse Law is an accomplished senior executive with 17 years of professional experience, including 14 years of experience in banking and finance and 13 years in bipartisan political and public policy operations. During his career, Mr. Law has developed expertise in strategic management, corporate operations, staff development, and high-level stakeholder relations, including working with senior executives of Fortune 100 companies, senior administration officials, members of the United States Congress, and senior foreign diplomats. In addition, Mr. Law is adept at building coalitions of diverse interests and coaching them towards mutually-acceptable solutions in high-stakes domestic and international negotiations that have resulted in achieving exemplary success of key strategic organizational goals.

Jesse Law

Jesse Law is an accomplished senior executive with 17 years of professional experience, including 14 years of experience in banking and finance and 13 years in bipartisan political and public policy operations. During his career, Mr. Law has developed expertise in strategic management, corporate operations, staff development, and high-level stakeholder relations, including working with senior executives of Fortune 100 companies, senior administration officials, members of the United States Congress, and senior foreign diplomats. In addition, Mr. Law is adept at building coalitions of diverse interests and coaching them towards mutually-acceptable solutions in high-stakes domestic and international negotiations that have resulted in achieving exemplary success of key strategic organizational goals.

Brian Hart

Brian Hart has over 25 years of experience in technology, communications, and policy, and is a founding partner of Hart Communications. He has served as senior staff for a federal agency, three U.S. senators, publicly traded companies, and global consulting firms. He also served on the board of directors of a privately held EMC testing and equipment company in Austin, Texas that is now a part of ESCO Technologies. Hart was a presidential appointee as the director of the Office of Media Relations for the Federal Communications Commission and was communications director for Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri directing all strategic communications and public relations for the senator, the Senate Rules Committee, as well as the presidential swearing in and inaugural address. He reorganized and led the Washington, DC office for H&R Block. While at Ketchum and Hill & Knowlton he consulted for Fortune 100 clients including HP, FedEx, IBM, Enron, and Verizon on public relations, crisis communications, restructuring, and government and public affairs.

Brian Hart

Brian Hart has over 25 years of experience in technology, communications, and policy, and is a founding partner of Hart Communications. He has served as senior staff for a federal agency, three U.S. senators, publicly traded companies, and global consulting firms. He also served on the board of directors of a privately held EMC testing and equipment company in Austin, Texas that is now a part of ESCO Technologies. Hart was a presidential appointee as the director of the Office of Media Relations for the Federal Communications Commission and was communications director for Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri directing all strategic communications and public relations for the senator, the Senate Rules Committee, as well as the presidential swearing in and inaugural address. He reorganized and led the Washington, DC office for H&R Block. While at Ketchum and Hill & Knowlton he consulted for Fortune 100 clients including HP, FedEx, IBM, Enron, and Verizon on public relations, crisis communications, restructuring, and government and public affairs.

Jesse Law

Jesse Law is an accomplished senior executive with 17 years of professional experience, including 14 years of experience in banking and finance and 13 years in bipartisan political and public policy operations. During his career, Mr. Law has developed expertise in strategic management, corporate operations, staff development, and high-level stakeholder relations, including working with senior executives of Fortune 100 companies, senior administration officials, members of the United States Congress, and senior foreign diplomats. In addition, Mr. Law is adept at building coalitions of diverse interests and coaching them towards mutually-acceptable solutions in high-stakes domestic and international negotiations that have resulted in achieving exemplary success of key strategic organizational goals.