• Mark E. Moran , Founder and Chief Executive Officer
    Mark Moran is a seasoned Internet executive. In 1998, he became Executive Vice President and General Counsel of 24/7 Real Media. He led the company through dramatic global expansion and revenue growth, completing 14 acquisitions in two years. From 2000 to 2003, Mark steered 24/7 Real Media through the turbulent economic conditions that afflicted the industry at the time, enabling it to be one of the few online advertising companies to survive. Through strict expense control, strong revenue growth, astute capital market transactions and strategic acquisitions, the company regained its leadership in online advertising, and was acquired for $650 million by WPP Group in July 2007. Prior to 24/7 Real Media, Mark spent four years as an associate Attorney at Proskauer Rose LLP and seven years as a Financial Analyst at the Bank of New York. Mark has a law degree from Fordham Law School, an M.B.A. in Finance from Fordham Graduate School of Business and a B.A. in Economics from the University of Virginia. Visit Founding Dulcinea to read Mark’s personal blog. You can also follow Mark on Twitter.

    Favorite Web sites:
      Seeking Alpha
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  • Terry Moran , CoFounder and Executive Vice President
    Prior to findingDulcinea, Terry was employed for eight years in Merrill Lynch's Private Client Group. Among her responsibilities were merchandising, event planning and financial reporting. She has since served in leadership capacities within local organizations such as Vice President of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, PTA Board Member, Executive Board Member at the middle school, and chaired several committees at the elementary level. She is also active in community service. Terry has a B.A. in Business Administration from St. John's University.

    Favorite Web sites:
      National Geographic
      The Women on the Web 
      Brain Bashers  
  • Anne Kostick , Editor-in-Chief, Vice President
    Anne Kostick has been Editor-in-Chief since September 2007. Previously, Anne was a principal at Foxpath IND, a publishing, consulting and editorial services company specializing in the transition to and from traditional content publishing and online content management, development and publishing. Her clients included trade book publishers, technology and financial services Web sites, and arts and cultural institutions. Previously, she worked as Licensing and Product Development Director, Senior Acquisitions Editor and Director of Electronic Publishing for Workman Publishing, and as Senior Acquisitions Editor for Harry N. Abrams/Stewart, Tabori & Chang. In the online world she worked as Director of Content Development for Anne has a B.A. in Greek and Latin, with a minor in Theater, from Beloit College. She is the author of several books for children, as well as a definitive collection of jokes.

    Favorite Web sites:
      viaLibri Resources for Bibliophiles
      Arts & Letters Daily 
      Thinkmap Visual Thesaurus