Prior to HowLikely.com, Robert was a senior director with the finance practice of the Corporate Executive Board in Washington, DC. He focused on the development of innovative services for Shared Services teams. Prior to the Corporate Executive Board, Robert co-founded the Executive Performance Group, a best practices research and analytics company.
Director of Business Development
Diana has an M.B.A. with a concentration in entrepreneurship from University of Illinois at Chicago.
Mr. David Burritt
Mr. Burritt is a Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Management Accountant and a member of the American Institute of CPAs, the Institute of Management Accounting, the Hackett Groups Advisory Council, the Midwest Audit Committee Tapestry Network, and Pathways Commission. He graduated from Bradley University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting, has an MBA from the University of Illinois and has attended Executive Programs at Stanford University and Aspen Institute.
Rear Admiral Nevin Carr (ret)
Nevin's capstone assignment was as Chief of Naval Research where he led 4,000 talented scientists and engineers in executing a $2B Science & Technology budget, and drove a research patent portfolio that was ranked #1 in the world among all government organizations.
Since retirement from active duty in January 2012, Nevin provides consulting services in the Washington area and has joined several boards. He also lectures and works with Notre Dame's Federal Relations Team, and is a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Stanford.
Mrs. Nancy Heinen
Between September 1997 and May 2006, Mrs. Heinen was the Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary for Apple Inc. Before Apple, she was the General Counsel at NeXT. Prior to NeXT she worked in the legal department of Tandem Computers and as an associate in several San Francisco Bay Area law firms.
Mrs. Heinen is an Advisory Board Member at the Northern California Innocence Project and at Illuminate Ventures.
Mr. Anthony (Tony) Williams
He served as the fifth mayor of the District of Columbia for two terms, from 1999 to 2007. He had previously served as chief financial officer for the District, managing to balance the budget and achieve a surplus within two years of appointment. Mr. Williams is widely admired for restoring the financial health of the nation's capital. He held a variety of executive posts in cities and states around the country prior to his service in the D.C. government.
Mr. Williams has a B.A. in Political Science from Yale University, a J.D., from Harvard University, and an M.A. from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.