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Albert F. Ganier, III
President and CEO
Education Networks of America

Mr. Ganier has served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Education Networks of America (ENA) since founding the company in 1996. He oversaw the initial connection of all 1,800 Tennessee school sites to the Internet, and has managed the network for the past three years. During more than 30 years of business and government experience, he has focused on making technology work for all people - particularly educators and students. In addition to ENA, Mr. Ganier's commitment to improving education starts with his involvement in his three daughter's education and includes student mentoring, school volunteerism, and community leadership.

Mr. Ganier is a successful entrepreneur who previously founded and developed two companies: Trendar Corporation and Milestone Health Services Company. At Trendar, Mr. Ganier helped create a network encompassing over 1,400 locations in 46 states, which communicated with more that 50 different mainframes and was used by 17,000 non-technical employees. His previous experience also includes acting as Executive Vice President (Finance) of American Invesco and its subsidiary, Home Marketing of America. He founded K.G. Equity Resources, an investment-banking firm, and served as Chief of Staff for a U.S. Congressman.

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