Emma Bloomberg
Emma is the Chief of Staff at the Robin Hood Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to fighting poverty in the five boroughs of NYC. Ms. Bloomberg is a graduate of the Harvard Business School and the Kennedy School of Government; she also holds a degree in English and a certificate in Medieval Studies from Princeton University. She currently serves on the boards of directors of Stand for Children, The Prospect Park Alliance and The Bloomberg Family Foundation, in addition to serving on the Young Lions Committee of the New York Public Library.

Mike Buman
Mike is LEE's Executive Director. Most recently, he was a Partner in the New York office of McKinsey & Company. Mike was a leader in the Financial Institutions practice focusing on Insurance and Asset Management. He has also worked with many education organizations throughout New York City. Prior to McKinsey, Mike worked at Electronic Data Systems (EDS) in software development. He is a graduate of Michigan State University and New York University Stern School of Business.

Matt Kramer
Matt serves as President at Teach For America and has been responsible for overall performance, operations, and effectiveness of the organization since 2005. Prior to Teach For America, Kramer worked at the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company, where he was a Partner in the North American Financial Institutions practice. In addition to his work with insurers and asset managers, Kramer has also served nonprofit institutions focused on K-12 education. Kramer received a B.A. in economics from Harvard University.

Arthur Rock
Arthur Rock is Principal of Arthur Rock & Co. and was a partner in Davis & Rock from 1961 to 1968, both venture capital firms. He served as Chairman of the Board of Scientific Data Systems and a member of the Board of Directors of Teledyne Inc., Xerox, Argonaut Insurance, Apple Computer, AirTouch, the Nasdaq Stock Market, and Echelon Corporation. Mr. Rock was a founder of Intel Corporation and served as Chairman of the Board, Chairman of the Executive Committee and lead director. He founded the Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship at the Harvard Business School, and he and his wife Toni founded the Arthur & Toni Rembe Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford University. Mr. Rock was co-founder and is president emeritus of The Basic Fund which gives scholarships to inner city children to attend K-8 private schools. He is also on the board of Teach For America and Children’s Scholarship Fund and an active funder of KIPP. Mr. Rock received a BS degree in Political Science and Finance from Syracuse University and an MBA from Harvard University.