Our Team

  • Management
    • 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
        eMedicine Health

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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 Vitaminshoppe.com. 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 
  • Editorial
    • Amy Goldschlager , Senior Editor
      Amy joined findingDulcinea in October 2007. She has edited adult and children’s books for a variety of publishers, including Avon Books, the Penguin Group, Scholastic, Inc. and Interweave Press. As an editor at Muze, Inc., she provided capsule summaries of genre fiction for an online entertainment database. A former curator of the New York Review of Science Fiction reading series, she has reviewed books for both Publishers Weekly and Kirkus. Amy has a B.A., with honors, from Haverford College in Psychology, and an M.A. in Cognitive Science from The Johns Hopkins University. To get updates from Amy, follow her on Twitter.

      Favorite Web sites:
        Television Without Pity

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    • James Sullivan , Editor
      James has been with findingDulcinea since September 2006. James was integral in developing the concept and the structure of findingDulcinea’s content as it exists today. Prior to joining the Company, he lived in New Zealand, where he worked seasonal jobs to support his trekking, mountaineering, and writing. James graduated from Trinity College with a B.A. in Art History and Economics.

      Favorite Web sites:
        Bike Snob NYC
        all music

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    • Colleen Brondou , Editorial Quality Assurance
      Colleen joined findingDulcinea in April 2007. Her 15 years of copywriting experience includes writing for a start-up robotics company, an online gourmet foods importer, an engineering firm and a law firm. She also spent four years as a Direct Online Marketing Manager for John Wiley & Sons, producing and managing all e-mail and online promotions for seven product lines. In 2005, she taught English to children and adults in Mexico, and practiced her Spanglish in Guatemala and Cuba. Colleen has a B.A. in Languages and Literature from Bard College. To learn more about Colleen read her blog, Cha Cha Chow or follow Colleen on Twitter.

      Favorite Web sites:
        Post Secret Blog

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    • Sarah Amandolare , Senior Writer
      Sarah joined findingDulcinea in August of 2007, after stints as a reporter and freelance writer for newspapers in New York, Oregon and Washington, D.C.

      Favorite Web sites:
        World Hum
        Simply Breakfast

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    • Rachel Balik , Senior Writer
      Rachel has been with findingDulcinea since February of 2007. Before joining the team, Rachel was a copywriter at a financial services marketing firm. She has also worked in arts administration at New York's Roundabout Theatre Company and as a production assistant on off-Broadway shows.  Rachel's eclectic post-college years also include a stint as a yoga studio assistant and a summer spent assistant-teaching philosophy at Phillips Exeter Academy. She has a B.A. in English and Philosophy from the University of Pennsylvania with a minor in Theatre Arts. For more about Rachel read her blog, Wicked Witch Of The Web.

      Favorite Web sites:
      The New York Times

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    • Lindsey Chapman , Senior Writer
      Lindsey joined findingDulcinea in June of 2007. Previously, she worked for three years at an investment research firm, where she studied the energy industry, the stock market, and managed a small writing team. Lindsey also spent a short time as a legal assistant. She has a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Montana. To learn more about Lindsey visit her blog, Mommy Multitasking.

      Favorite Web sites:
        Disney's Parentpedia
        World Energy News

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    • Emily Coakley , Senior Writer
      Emily joined findingDulcinea in November of 2007. For five years, she worked as a reporter in Pennsylvania and then in North Carolina. Her beats have included health care and local government. She also edited a healthcare policy newsletter in Washington, D.C.. Emily has a B.A. in Journalism and Psychology from The George Washington University. For more about Emily, read her blog, Precise Soup.

      Favorite Web sites:
        Washington Post
        Food Network

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    • Denis Cummings , Writer
      Denis joined Dulcinea Media in August 2007. He writes much of findingDulcinea’s sports content, including Almost Perfect Season, a recap of the Giants’ and Patriots’ 2007 season. Denis has a B.A. in History from Boston College.

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    • Shannon Firth , Senior Writer and Audience Development Coordinator
      Shannon has been with findingDulcinea since February 2008. She helps with site promotion by exploring partnerships, attending conferences, and engaging readers through social media channels. As a writer, her interests include psychology, science, literature, and human rights. She has a B.A. in Psychology and English from Georgetown University. To get updates from Shannon, follow her on Twitter.

      Favorite Web site:
      Psychology Today

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    • Anita Gutierrez-Folch , Writer
      Anita joined findingDulcinea in June 2008 as an English-Spanish translator after graduating with a B.A. in English and American Literature and Language from Harvard University. While at Harvard, she worked for online publications such as The Harvard Voice and Freeze Magazine, and worked as an editorial intern for Little, Brown Book Group during the summer of 2007. Anita is the project manager and a senior writer for encontrandoDulcinea.com, the Spanish-language offspring of findingDulcinea.

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    • Cara McDonough , Senior Writer
      Cara has been with findingDulcinea since February of 2008. Previously, she worked in North Carolina as a newspaper reporter at both weekly and daily newspapers, writing a variety of pieces that included features, hard news and a weekly column.  She was also a freelance writer for a number of magazines and Web sites, and has experience in radio broadcasting, including hosting her own radio show for a community station. Cara has a B.A. in English, with a minor in Philosophy, from Boston University. To read more about Cara visit her blog, caramcduna.com. You can also follow Cara on Twitter.

      Favorite Web sites:

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    • Anne Szustek , Senior Writer
      Anne joined findingDulcinea in September 2007. She interned with U.S. Senator Paul D. Wellstone and for the U.S. Department of State at the American Embassy in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, and the American Consulate General in Istanbul, Turkey. Following graduation, she worked briefly as an English teacher in Istanbul and at an online travel-booking engine before working for financial publisher Oxford Business Group, where she reported on southeastern Europe and the Middle East. Anne has a B.A. in Linguistics and Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations and a M.A. in Middle Eastern Studies from the University of Chicago.

      Favorite Web sites:
        Fashion Week Daily

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    • Kate Brack , Writer
      Kate joined findingDulcinea in October 2010. After receiving a B.A. in English literature from Portland State University, she went on to get a TESOL certificate to teach English abroad. She taught English in Toyko, Japan and Prague, Czech Republic. While in Prague, she was Events Editor for Prague TV, an expatriate city guide, and has continued to work as a copy editor and writer.

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  • Audience Development
    • Liz Colville , Senior Writer & Outreach
      Liz joined findingDulcinea in December of 2006. She has worked at JackRabbit Sports, a specialty running store, the Kind Group, a marketing and branding firm, and at an e-commerce start-up. She has also worked as a freelance music critic for Pitchfork Media and the former Stylus magazine. She has a B.A. in English, with a concentration in creative writing, from Wesleyan University. For more about Liz read her blog, Lizzyville.

      Favorite Web sites:
        New York Magazine

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    • Kate Davey , CoFounder and Outreach Development
      Kate Davey has been with findingDulcinea since August 2006. Prior to that, Kate worked for The International Criminal Court in The Hague, The Netherlands, where she focused on legal research and news analysis. Kate has also worked as a reporter for The Branford Review and performed research on the Homeland Security project at the Center for the Study of the Presidency. Kate has a B.A. in Political Science from Providence College and a Masters in International Law from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

      Favorite Web sites:

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    • Haley A. Lovett , Web Coordinator
      Haley has been with findingDulcinea since September 2006. Prior to that, Haley worked in educational publishing, spent a year as a magazine publisher and produced a short documentary film. Haley has a B.S. in Electronic Media and Magazine Journalism from the University of Oregon. To learn more about Haley read her blog, All The Write Sites, where you might even get a few Web tips, or check out her photography site Haley Lovett Photography. You can also follow Haley on Twitter.

      Favorite Web sites:

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  • Web Team
    • Po Ki Chui , Web Developer
      Po Ki joined findingDulcinea in December 2007. She has experience in Web development with different programming languages and platforms, such as JSP/Servlets, PHP/MySQL, Redhat Linux, Mac OS, etc.  She has also worked as a technical support representative, a tutor and a teaching assistant. Po Ki has a M.S. in Computer Science from SUNY at Stony Brook.

      Favorite Web sites:
        Words of Wisdom
    • Devin Felter , Web Production
      Devin joined findingDulcinea in October 2007. Deeply passionate about photography, he worked at the Museum of Modern Art’s Department of Imaging Services, where he helped archive MoMA’s digital database of collection images. The tenure at MoMA, coupled with a brief stint as a research assistant, fostered Devin’s fascination with archival methodology, image preservation and content management, the latter field being his primary concern as one of findingDulcinea’s Web Production Assistants. Devin has a B.A. in American Literature from New York University.

      Favorite Web sites:
        Stanley Kubrick Visual Memory

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    • Ulysses Garcia , Web Production
      Ulysses joined findingDulcinea in October 2007. He worked for Pace University as a Web Developer. Later, at Spanish Broadcasting Systems, he helped them to build out the La Musíca Web site. Ulysses Garcia has a B.S. in Technology Systems from Pace University.

      Favorite Web sites:
        Steiner Sports 

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