Dave Landy

Dave Landy is the CTO for the Janus Capital Group. Originally from Rhode Island, he received a BA from Bryant College and an MBA in Finance and Economics from Babson.  Dave has been in the Investments industry since the 1980’s and has worked at several Fortune 100 companies including Wachovia: from which he had a front-row seat during the 2008 Financial Crisis.

Angela Gala


Angela Gala is the founder of Rogers and Gala Creative Partners, Inc., an event design and production firm.  Her company is built upon the foundation that events are vehicles for connecting people to ideas, concepts and products. Finding ways to engage humanity is the highest form of communication, says Angela, and she’s thrilled to have pioneered and pen: Round Table: Responding to the compelling literature of our time.

Michelle Anderson Shail


Michelle Anderson Shail received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master of Science in Organization Development from Queens University. A Talent Manager at TIAA-CREFF and principal at Synchronous Consulting, Michelle believes that Business + Psychology combine to create discussions about the importance of collaboration. Michelle writes to the importance of personal and professional interconnectivity in her column, Sync or Swim.

Emily Valine


A recent graduate of the University of North Carolina Wilmington, Emily Valine majored in Communications and is carving out a career in journalism in a day-and-age when traditional newsrooms are collapsing around blogs, Instagram and social media. Emily has featured the Twitter IPO, the phenomena of Snapchat, and is keeping pace with and reporting on New Media. She is proud to have pioneered and pen, #GirlBoss: Spotlighting the Enterprising Young Woman.

Michael Remesi


After graduating from the University of North Carolina, Michael Remesi took his Bachelors of Science in Business Management and began producing music! His debut album, Life in Isolation, which he wrote and arranged was released in 2013, and the former Honor’s Student reports on the collapse of the record industry, how young artists are innovating into the mainstream, and why independent, collaborative, and digital music labels have become the next conversation in music.

Matthew Flacks


A graduate of the prestigious University of Durham, Matthew Flacks took his first job as a Parliamentary Analyst at DeHavilland, a definitive provider of political intelligence in the UK, before segueing to Drama School at the acclaimed Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts where he’s been engaged on stage and screen ever since. Mr. Flacks is elated to have pioneered and pen, Posh (Port Out, Starboard Home) which looks at, examines and satirizes London’s Class System.

Heather Ferguson

Heather Ferguson is a City District Attorney in Roanoke, Virginia. She received a Bachelor of Arts from The College of William and Mary and a Juris Doctorate from Wake Forest University School of Law. As Style editor, Heather investigates the attitudes that underwrite legal precedents, and the cultural dynamic which drive, connect and ultimately characterize our global family.

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Ashley Mahoney

An athletic scholarship to Barton College led to a Bachelor of Arts in History after which Ashley Mahoney embarked on a year-long Gap Year to England. Whether studying the sonnets of Shakespeare or the scores of the Tottenham Hotspurs, this sports enthusiast believes that “those who don’t know history are destined to repeat it” and is proud to have pioneered and pen: The Patriots: Looking at Corporate Corruption and Scandals through Clichés from the American Revolution.  

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