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4 Board of directors

ExecOnline has 4 board of directors, including Ann McDaniel.

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Ann McDaniel

Ann McDaniel became CEO of Foreign Policy in May, 2017, after a 30+ year tenure as a journalist and business woman at Graham Holdings Company. She is also on the Board of Directors of The Match Group, the internet dating company that owns Match.com, Tinder, Hinge, Plenty of Fish, OK Cupid and many other sites. McDaniel chairs the Board’s compensation committee. Ann McDaniel became CEO of Foreign Policy in May, 2017, after a 30+ year tenure as a journalist and business woman at Graham Holdings Company. She is also on the Board of Directors of The Match Group, the internet dating company that owns Match.com, Tinder, Hinge, Plenty of Fish, OK Cupid and many other sites. McDaniel chairs the Board’s compensation committee. McDaniel became a vice president of Graham Holdings Company (then The Washington Post Company) in September 2001; she was named senior vice president in 2008. On the operational side, McDaniel oversaw Newsweek, Slate, the Root, The Gazette Community Newspapers and The Herald. She also oversaw all aspects of human resources for the Company and its affiliates. She served as managing director of Newsweek magazine from January 2008 until the sale of the magazine in September 2010. Before joining the corporate staff of Graham Holdings, McDaniel spent 17 years at Newsweek, where she was managing editor and Washington bureau chief, supervising the magazine’s reporters and researchers in 23 editorial bureaus worldwide as well as in New York and Washington. She oversaw Newsweek’s coverage of the Monica Lewinsky story, which received a National Magazine Award for reporting in 1999. Previously, McDaniel served as an assistant managing editor and chief of correspondents at Newsweek. She also covered the Bush administration as White House correspondent from 1988 to 1992. She was a key member of the 1992 election reporting team that earned Newsweek a Best in the Business award from the American Journalism Review and two National Magazine Awards for General Excellence and Single-Topic Issue. She first joined the magazine as a Washington correspondent in January 1984 to report on legal issues. McDaniel worked for seven years at the Dallas Times Herald. McDaniel joined The Match Group Board in 2014. McDaniel is involved in a number of philanthropic efforts, including serving on the Board of Strathmore Performing Arts Center in Bethesda, MD and Dana Farber’s Cancer Institute’s Basic Science Visiting Committee in in 2015 and the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers Visiting Committee in 2018. She previously served as Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of St. Mary’s College, a public honors college in Maryland. McDaniel received a BA degree from Vanderbilt University and a Master of Studies in Law degree from Yale Law School.

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Brian Kim

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Michael Avon

Mike helps drive investments in data-focused companies for the business and tech-enabled services sector at ABS Capital. And as the newest partner at ABS Capital, he maintains a unique stance as both an investor and a start-up CEO in his own company. In fact, he has recently been heavily involved in starting three companies, successfully taking them through critical stages of growth and exit events. He is able to share this entrepreneurial spirit and deep data expertise with portfolio companies – collaborating with an operator’s perspective. Prior to ABS, Mike helped launch Millennial Media as a venture capitalist and later joined the company to lead its successful growth phase and IPO (NYSE:MM). Prior to Millennial Media, Mike was a Principal at Columbia Capital where he led numerous investments in digital media, software and communications technology companies. Mike has also held various operating roles in early and growth stage technology businesses. Most recently, Mike founded and is the CEO of ICX Media, a digital media software and data analytics company.

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Sean Dowling

Sean Dowling joined Osage Venture Partners in 2011 and helps to lead OVP’s efforts to partner with exceptional entrepreneurs and support them as they grow leading businesses. Sean serves as a board member of BoodleAI, BookKeeping Express, Brazen Technologies, Connected2Fiber, Dina, ExecOnline, MarginEdge, and Ostendio. He was a board member of TimelinePI through the company’s successful acquisition by ABBYY Software in 2019. Sean is also a board observer at Circonus, Indico, Noodle Partners, RackWare, RiskLens, Sidecar, Strategikon Pharma, and Transeo; and was previously a board observer for GoCanvas prior to its acquisition by K1 Investment Management and Phone2Action prior to its acquisition by Frontier Capital. Sean holds several leadership positions in and has been a speaker for organizations supporting the venture ecosystem, including the Philadelphia Alliance of Capital and Technology and the Mid-Atlantic Venture Association in the Washington DC / Northern Virginia area. Sean joined OVP after interning while pursuing his MBA. Prior to business school, Sean spent five years as a strategy consultant at the Monitor Group in London, UK and Boston, MA where he served as a senior case team leader and member of Monitor’s marketing strategy group, m2c. At Monitor, Sean focused on integrating marketing strategy and organizational design to enable his clients to achieve sustainable growth by better understanding their customers and developing innovative products and solutions to meet their needs. Sean completed his MBA, with honors, from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with a degree in Economics. Sean currently serves as the Treasurer of the Board for Community Partnership School, a pre-K to fifth grade independent school in Northeast Philadelphia that serves low-wealth, low-income students from the surrounding neighborhoods. He is also a member of the investment committee for Wharton Impact Investing Partners, a student run impact investing organization at Wharton. Sean lives in Philadelphia with his wife and their three children.

ExecOnline

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Ann McDaniel

Brian Kim

Michael Avon

Sean Dowling

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Work History

Ann McDaniel became CEO of Foreign Policy in May, 2017, after a 30+ year tenure as a journalist and business woman at Graham Holdings Company. She is also on the Board of Directors of The Match Group, the internet dating company that owns Match.com, Tinder, Hinge, Plenty of Fish, OK Cupid and many other sites. McDaniel chairs the Board’s compensation committee. Ann McDaniel became CEO of Foreign Policy in May, 2017, after a 30+ year tenure as a journalist and business woman at Graham Holdings Company. She is also on the Board of Directors of The Match Group, the internet dating company that owns Match.com, Tinder, Hinge, Plenty of Fish, OK Cupid and many other sites. McDaniel chairs the Board’s compensation committee. McDaniel became a vice president of Graham Holdings Company (then The Washington Post Company) in September 2001; she was named senior vice president in 2008. On the operational side, McDaniel oversaw Newsweek, Slate, the Root, The Gazette Community Newspapers and The Herald. She also oversaw all aspects of human resources for the Company and its affiliates. She served as managing director of Newsweek magazine from January 2008 until the sale of the magazine in September 2010. Before joining the corporate staff of Graham Holdings, McDaniel spent 17 years at Newsweek, where she was managing editor and Washington bureau chief, supervising the magazine’s reporters and researchers in 23 editorial bureaus worldwide as well as in New York and Washington. She oversaw Newsweek’s coverage of the Monica Lewinsky story, which received a National Magazine Award for reporting in 1999. Previously, McDaniel served as an assistant managing editor and chief of correspondents at Newsweek. She also covered the Bush administration as White House correspondent from 1988 to 1992. She was a key member of the 1992 election reporting team that earned Newsweek a Best in the Business award from the American Journalism Review and two National Magazine Awards for General Excellence and Single-Topic Issue. She first joined the magazine as a Washington correspondent in January 1984 to report on legal issues. McDaniel worked for seven years at the Dallas Times Herald. McDaniel joined The Match Group Board in 2014. McDaniel is involved in a number of philanthropic efforts, including serving on the Board of Strathmore Performing Arts Center in Bethesda, MD and Dana Farber’s Cancer Institute’s Basic Science Visiting Committee in in 2015 and the Susan F. Smith Center for Women’s Cancers Visiting Committee in 2018. She previously served as Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees of St. Mary’s College, a public honors college in Maryland. McDaniel received a BA degree from Vanderbilt University and a Master of Studies in Law degree from Yale Law School.

Mike helps drive investments in data-focused companies for the business and tech-enabled services sector at ABS Capital. And as the newest partner at ABS Capital, he maintains a unique stance as both an investor and a start-up CEO in his own company. In fact, he has recently been heavily involved in starting three companies, successfully taking them through critical stages of growth and exit events. He is able to share this entrepreneurial spirit and deep data expertise with portfolio companies – collaborating with an operator’s perspective. Prior to ABS, Mike helped launch Millennial Media as a venture capitalist and later joined the company to lead its successful growth phase and IPO (NYSE:MM). Prior to Millennial Media, Mike was a Principal at Columbia Capital where he led numerous investments in digital media, software and communications technology companies. Mike has also held various operating roles in early and growth stage technology businesses. Most recently, Mike founded and is the CEO of ICX Media, a digital media software and data analytics company.

Sean Dowling joined Osage Venture Partners in 2011 and helps to lead OVP’s efforts to partner with exceptional entrepreneurs and support them as they grow leading businesses. Sean serves as a board member of BoodleAI, BookKeeping Express, Brazen Technologies, Connected2Fiber, Dina, ExecOnline, MarginEdge, and Ostendio. He was a board member of TimelinePI through the company’s successful acquisition by ABBYY Software in 2019. Sean is also a board observer at Circonus, Indico, Noodle Partners, RackWare, RiskLens, Sidecar, Strategikon Pharma, and Transeo; and was previously a board observer for GoCanvas prior to its acquisition by K1 Investment Management and Phone2Action prior to its acquisition by Frontier Capital. Sean holds several leadership positions in and has been a speaker for organizations supporting the venture ecosystem, including the Philadelphia Alliance of Capital and Technology and the Mid-Atlantic Venture Association in the Washington DC / Northern Virginia area. Sean joined OVP after interning while pursuing his MBA. Prior to business school, Sean spent five years as a strategy consultant at the Monitor Group in London, UK and Boston, MA where he served as a senior case team leader and member of Monitor’s marketing strategy group, m2c. At Monitor, Sean focused on integrating marketing strategy and organizational design to enable his clients to achieve sustainable growth by better understanding their customers and developing innovative products and solutions to meet their needs. Sean completed his MBA, with honors, from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with a degree in Economics. Sean currently serves as the Treasurer of the Board for Community Partnership School, a pre-K to fifth grade independent school in Northeast Philadelphia that serves low-wealth, low-income students from the surrounding neighborhoods. He is also a member of the investment committee for Wharton Impact Investing Partners, a student run impact investing organization at Wharton. Sean lives in Philadelphia with his wife and their three children.

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ExecOnline Management Team

10 Team Members

ExecOnline has 10 executives. ExecOnline's current Founder, Chief Product Officer is Julia Alexander.

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Julia Alexander

Founder, Chief Product Officer

Current

Stephen Bailey

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Current

Barry Goldberg

HNW, Kgb, Unigo, The Princeton Review, and ACTV Inc.

Founder, Chief Technology Officer

Current

Mark Ozer

Founder, Chief Commercial Officer

Current

Michael Pickrum

Cengage Group, EverFi, BET Networks, and Oliver Wyman

Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer

Current

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Julia Alexander

Stephen Bailey

Barry Goldberg

Mark Ozer

Michael Pickrum

Work History

HNW, Kgb, Unigo, The Princeton Review, and ACTV Inc.

Cengage Group, EverFi, BET Networks, and Oliver Wyman

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Founder, Chief Product Officer

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Founder, Chief Technology Officer

Founder, Chief Commercial Officer

Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer

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