Howard A. Tullman

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"Howard A. Tullman serves as Chairman of Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy. He is the former President of Kendall College in Chicago and the former Chairman/CEO of Experiencia, Inc. Mr. Tullman is the General Managing Partner for the Chicago High Tech Investors, LLC and for G2T3V, LLC. He is also the Chairman of the Endowment Committee of Anshe Emet Synagogue, a member of Mayor Emanuel's ChicagoNEXT and newly-formed Cultural Council, a member of Governor Quinn's Illinois Innovation Council and Illinois Arts Council, a member of President Preckwinkle’s New Media Council, an Advisory Board member of HighTower Associates, Immerman Angels and uBID.COM and an Adjunct Professor at Northwestern's Kellogg School as well as a regular guest lecturer at the Northwestern University School of Law. Mr. Tullman also serves as a Director of Snapsheet and PackBack Books and served as a long-time Director and Board Chairman of The Cobalt Group, a Trustee of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago and of the New York Academy of Art and the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University, and as the lead Director (and briefly Chairman) of The Princeton Review.

"...Mr. Tullman was appointed by President Clinton to serve on the President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities ( and served throughout the Clinton presidencies. Mr. Tullman wrote and produced HindSight, a newsletter for several hundred executive subscribers, on current topics of interest to entrepreneurs and managers for several years. Mr. Tullman was one of the lead producers in a Broadway musical called "Swinging on a Star" which is now being staged in various venues worldwide. "Swinging on a Star" was nominated for a Tony Award as one of the five best new musicals on Broadway in the 1995-1996 theater season. Finally, Mr. Tullman has served for a number of years as a Trustee of the Democratic National Committee and a member of the DNC Business Leadership Forum and previously served as a Vice Chairman of the Clinton Presidential Library Committee." [1]

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