Robbin Lawrence Higby
Robbin works at EqualLogic, Inc, where he serves as Director of Product Marketing. EqualLogic is the leading provider of iSCSI-based, all-inclusive storage area network (SAN) solutions for medium to large businesses. In addition to his roles with EqualLogic and Boston Scholars, Robbin also serves on the Duke University Young Alumni Development Council of Boston, and also on the Board of Advisors of the Stephenson Pope Babcock Foundation. Robbin is a graduate of the MIT Sloan School of Management where he received his MBA, and also a graduate of Duke University where he received a B.A. in Public Policy Studies. In his spare time, Robbin enjoys working with each Boston Scholar, marathon running, golfing, and spending time with his wife, Eva.
Matthew Wood Mittelstadt
Matt works as a Project Director at Edward A. Fish Associates, LLC in Boston where he manages real estate development and investment projects in the greater New England area. Matt is a graduate of Duke University where he received a B.A. in Public Policy Studies at the Terry Sanford Institute. Matt enjoys outdoor activities and traveling with his wife Ann.
Ryan K. Robertson
Ryan is the Founder and Principal Consultant at 4-Sight Consulting, a strategic business advisory firm based in Cambridge, MA. He formerly served as a Principal Strategy Consultant at Synteractive, a DC-Based business and technology advisory firm and was a Senior Consultant for Accenture's Corporate & Organizational Strategy practices. Ryan has over 8 yrs of strategic advisory experience, consulting to corporate management, civic & municipal leaders and educational institutions. Prior to completing graduate studies, Ryan was a researcher at the Harvard Business School where he supported faculty of the Organization Behavior Department and the HBS Leadership Initiative. He continues to serve as a trainer & facilitator for Harvard professional education programs. He holds a Specialized Master's Degree in Organization Behavior & Management Development from Harvard University and a Bachelor's Degree in Economics from Northwestern University.