Anne Armstrong has more than thirty years experience in technology journalism and publishing. She was a member of the Federal Computer Week launch team in 1987, and has worked on both the editorial and business sides. She began her career as a science journalist, and started Langley Publications, a research and newsletter company. Armstrong served as president of Virginia's Center for Innovative Technology (CIT) from 1999 to 2002. She holds degrees from Vanderbilt University and Johns Hopkins University, and represents 1105 on ABM's Government Affairs Committee.
Richard Zbylut, immediately prior to joining 1105, was Chief Information Officer and Vice President, Business Development, at Thunderbird, the Garvin School of International Management. In addition, he has held an array of strategic positions for American Communication Services, Motorola, and US West. Zbylut is a graduate of the University of Illinois, with an MS from the National College of Education and an MBA from the University of Denver.
Henry Allain has nearly two decades of experience in the technology industry, serving in a variety of sales, marketing, and management roles. He began his career at Xerox Corporation and Gartner Group, before joining 101 in 1999. Allain received his BA from Arizona State University. He is active on ABM's Publishers Committee.
Wendy LaDuke joined 101communications LLC in 2005, when her family's business, T.H.E. Journal, was acquired. She is an active member of the Consortium for School Networking, Centers for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, and State Educational Technology Directors Association. LaDuke is a graduate of California State University, Long Beach.
Patricia Ames has been with Recharger since 2004 and has spearheaded the international activities associated with the brand. Previously she worked as a business consultant in Southeast Asia; prior to that she was acting special envoy for foreign investment for a semi-governmental trade and promotion board in Germany, where she designed and implemented promotional strategies for the federal and state governments. Ames has a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and an MBA from the University of Southern Queensland.
Kevin O'Grady has more than 15 years experience in business to business publishing, digital media and events most recently as Vice President of Publishing at Canon Communications. He has held various strategic positions during his career with a focus on product development and sales management. He has been active with many industry groups including the American Business Media and the Western Publishing association. He holds a BA in Business Administration from the School of Management at the State University of New York, at Buffalo.
Karen Cavallo has more than 25 years in business-to-business media including sales management, marketing and product development. Cavallo has 12 years of experience in the home medical equipment industry (HME) and has recently joined Occupational Health & Safety as publisher. She is a graduate of the State University of New York, Binghamton.