Brendan O’Connell
Brendan is a professional artist, most known for his paintings about Brands, which have been shown in New York, Toronto, and Shanghai, and featured in Art in America, Sunday Morning CBS, The Boston Globe, the New Yorker and on NPR.
Time Magazine touted him the "Brand Name Painter" and Stephen Colbert said, "His paintings have an aggressive quality that turn pop art into consumer art." His work bridges the gap between high and low art and has been commissioned by corporations such as Tyson Foods and Walmart, as well as everyday consumers. 


Anne MacDonald
Exposed to art at an early age, Anne has had a life-long love of design and aesthetics, finding inspiration in everything from modern art to the elegant organization of mathematical theorems. She believes artistry is critical to problem solving whether it’s the layout of a room or the development of a business plan. Aesthetics figure heavily into how she thinks about the world and she credits her immersion in the arts with her success as an executive and professional marketer. Anne’s career began in advertising where she led numerous national and global marketing campaigns. These formed a springboard to a series of Chief Marketing Officer roles at global enterprises like Citi Group, Macy’s, Pizza Hut and Traveler’s Insurance as well as a role as partner in Rockefeller Consulting. Today Anne is an Independent Director of the publicly traded Rentrak Corporation and serves on the board of several non-profits including The Orion Society, ZanaAfrica and The Schumacher Center for New Economics.


Corey Guilbault
Doodling in the margins of notebooks since he could write, Corey pursued art throughout his education eventually graduating with a degree in Advertising Design which formed the springboard for a 20-year career in strategic marketing. With an affinity for digital media, Corey continues to sketch, design, write and create websites, mobile apps and other marketing materials for a wide array of companies from the Fortune 500 to small start-ups. He has worked at world-class marketing agencies, owned and operated his own agency, been an independent marketing consultant and was a partner at Rockefeller Consulting. Married to another graphic artist, he has two young daughters who share his love of art. Not surprisingly, his house is full of pens, pencils, markers, paints and pads of paper and he wouldn’t have it any other way.


Breck Kling
Breck is an accomplished collector of emerging contemporary art and lifelong entrepreneur. He co-founded a chain of bike shops in New York while getting his undergraduate degree at the University of Rochester in Art History. Following graduate school in architecture at the University of Virginia, Breck co-founded Origin Communications, a computer telephony dating service, which operates in 40 U.S. markets. 

Nathan Adams
Nathan has been a Vice President and Partner of Stratford Group, Traverse Capital, and is the Co-Founder/Partner of Triangle Partners, private equity and investment management firms located in Jackson Hole, WY. Previously, Nathan worked at Rocky Mountain Wealth Concepts, an alternative investment fund manager, and at UBS, where he was the co-manager of a $1.5B pool of capital. He is the co-founder of Young Professionals of the Tetons, Silicon Couloir and is involved with several charitable organizations.

Virginia Terry
Virginia is a former Director of Advisory Services at Business for Social Responsibility, a global non-profit focused on leveraging the business sector to address social and environmental challenges.  In her role she worked with companies such as KKR, AT&T, Kellogg, Unilever, and PVH.  Since earning her M.A. at New York University she has worked in the non-profit sector with a specialization in sustainability and social enterprise organizations.  She was Director at SustainAbility and has consulted for the New Economics Foundation, the Waterfront Alliance and the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy.  She is an Adjunct Professor at the New School of Social Research in New York City.  

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