Board of Trustees:
Dr. Peter Lammer
Peter Lammer co-founded Sophos, one of the world's leading antivirus software companies, in 1985. He continues to serve on the board of directors.
He was Managing Director of Sophos from 1985 to 2000. As joint Chief Executive Officer from 2000 to 2005, he was responsible for strategy, recruitment, operations and infrastructure.
Peter graduated in engineering science at University of Warwick, and received a Ph.D in control theory from the University of Oxford.
Lord Parry Mitchell is a member of the House of Lords. He was created a life peer and introduced into the House of Lords (the Upper House in the UK Parliament) in 2000.
Parry founded the eLearning Foundation in the UK. The remit of this not-for profit organization was to ensure that underprivileged children in the UK have access to portable computing devices to enable them to learn both at school and at home. The initiative was a great success, and became a partner to the UK Government which invested close to $500 million in the project.
By background Parry has been an IT services serial entrepreneur until he sold his final company in 2006. In Parliament, he has sat on the Science and Technology Select Committee and currently is a member of the National Security Select Committee.
Parry was an advisor to the Labour Party both in small business activities as well as digital policy. In the recent campaign to elect a new mayor for London, Parry was Sadiq Khan's business and digital advisor.
Parry has an MBA from Columbia Business School, New York. He is married, and lives in both London and Umbria, Italy.
David Loevner, CEO & Partner, CFA, CIC
Harding Loevner LP
David R. Loevner is chief executive officer of Harding Loevner LP, a global investment management firm that he founded in 1989. Prior, he was a managing director of Rockefeller & Co. and a country economist for the World Bank.
Mr. Loevner graduated A.B. summa cum laude from Princeton University. He received a M.Sc. in Applied Statistics and a B.Phil. in Economics from Oxford University, which he attended as a Sachs Scholar. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation from the CFA Institute and the Chartered Investment Counselor designation from the Investment Adviser Association.
Mr. Loevner serves on the endowment committee of Goucher College. He is a former chair of the Sachs Scholarship, a former director of the Princeton University Investment Company and an Honorary Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford University.
MARTIN SCHNEIDERMAN, PRESIDENT
Information Age Associates
Martin Schneiderman is President of Information Age Associates (IAA), a Princeton, New Jersey management consulting firm. He has served as a senior management consultant doing extensive strategic planning and large-scale project management for 200+ of the largest U.S. and international private and corporate foundations, community foundations, family foundations, philanthropic service providers, Fortune 100 corporations, financial service companies, nonprofits, industry associations, educational institutions, software developers, and philanthropic service providers.
Mr. Schneiderman is a graduate of New York University (BA, Psychology, History), The College of New Jersey (MA, Education, School Administration), and The University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School (Executive Education Program, Management Information Systems for Strategic Advantage).