Mr. Edelstein was a partner at Credit Suisse, Head of its Global Services Group and Head of its Chicago office. He advised many of Credit Suisse's most important clients including Apollo, BP Amoco, Career Education, Corinthian Colleges, DeVry, Ford Motor Company, and S.C. Johnson. Mr. Edelstein is now a Sr. Advisor for Apollo Group, and Apollo Group past CEO.
David Joseph, M.D.
Harvard Medical School, has served as CEO of an 80-physician group practice, as Chairman and CEO of a large regional MSO, Director of APAC, a medical malpractice insurer ($652M in assets; NASDAQ: FPIC), on the examining committee of Northwestern Mutual Financial Services (over $100B in assets),Advisory Council for Charles Schwab Retirement Services (NYSE:SCH, $80B in assets). He is one of America's Top Doctors' in medical innovation and medical management. Fellow of the Royal Overseas League and is the inventor or co-inventor of over a dozen devices. Dr. Joseph has been director, trustee, consultant or advisory board member for numerous organizations, ranging from hospitals to start-up companies to Fortune 500 corporations.
Ms. Marty co-founded, built and sold "Tracer Research" for an undisclosed amount to Praxair. Tracer was an Inc. 500 company. She is owner/President of Highroads Ventures LLC. Ms. Marty holds degrees in hydrology and environmental law.
Mr. Acker is a research and development consultant to Engineering & Research Associates, Inc. and its Founder, Director and former CEO and Chief Science Officer. Mr. Acker founded, built and sold a division of SEBRA to Haemonetics® Corporation. Other businesses he has founded include: Winged Foot Associates, LLP, EcoSphere, LLC, NyPa, Inc., and WoofSpa, LLC. Mr. Acker is a founding member of Southern Arizona Leadership Council.
Don Wuebbles, Ph.D
Dr. Wuebbles shares in the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize for Climate Change and is a lead author on the next IPCC panel. He is the Harry E. Preble Endowed Professor in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences as well as in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois. He is a lead author on the first and second international assessments of climate change sponsored by the United Nation's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Dr. Wuebbles is a Faculty Fellow in the National Center for Supercomputing Applications. In 2007, Prof. Wuebbles was named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Keith Turner, Ph.D.
Dr. Turner is emeritus professor at the Colorado School of Mines, Department of Geology and Geological Engineering. Dr Turner received the 2010 Roy W Crum Distinguished Service Award from the Transportation Research Board (TRB), a component of the National Academies. Dr.Turner's experience in three-dimensional geo-information management systems includes more than 20 years of collaborations with European Geological Surveys on spatial data management, visualization, and analysis. Dr Turner has served on several National Academy of Sciences committees, including Mapping Sciences (1997-2003) and Geological and Geotechnical Engineering (2005-2009).