WHO WE ARE

ILO Core staff includes:

Dr. Peter S. Temes
Founder and President

Dr. Peter S. Temes, founder and president of the ILO Institute. Peter began his career as a full-time member of the Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and went on to found Enterprise Interactive, a consulting and research firm. Peter has led research initiatives for Goldman Sachs, ExxonMobil, Microsoft, Disney, EY, Pfizer, GM’s autonomous vehicles group and many other companies in the technology, finance and consumer marketing sectors. Peter has also served as Dean and Campus Chief Executive for Northeastern University, President of the Antioch New England Graduate School and President of the Great Books Foundation,. He is the author and editor of several books, including Teaching Leadership, The Just War, and Against School Reform. Peter holds a Ph.D. and three master’s degrees from Columbia University.

Judy Boros
Research Director

Judy has been a business and finance journalist for twenty years, publishing frequently in Crain’s New York Business, the Boston Globe, CFO Magazine, Business Week, and other publications. Judy holds an undergraduate degree in English and Business from the State University of New York at Binghamton, and a master’s degree in social sciences at Wesleyan University.

Al Bredenberg
Senior Reseacher

Al is a recognized authority on online commerce, IP Telephony, and applications of information technology. Al is the author of two books on online commerce and has published extensively on ERP and CRM. He has worked as a researcher and writer on the uses of technology in business for fifteen years. Al holds a master’s degree in business from Antioch University.

ILO Research Staff work from offices in Fairfield, CT; Los Angeles, CA; and Raleigh, NC.

ILO Institute Fellows advise the Institute on a range of issues, and help to lead Institute research projects. Fellows include

 
ILO Institute Fellows
ILO Institute Fellows advise the Institute on a range of issues, and help to lead Institute research projects. Fellows include:

Joan Straumanis, former president of Antioch College and mathematician now engaged in launching the American University in China.

Steven Keay, CEO of Perfection Learning and former partner with McKinsey and Company;

Guihong Zhang, former government official in southeastern China responsible for environmental issues;

Karen Morris, former Chief Innovation Officer of AIG.

 

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