Lewis Chakrin, Ph.D., is the dean of the Anisfield School of Business at Ramapo College in New Jersey. He earned a bachelor’s and an M.B.A. at New York University and returned to earn a doctorate in finance. Chakrin also received a master’s degree in operations research from Columbia University. Chakrin has more than three decades of experience in the telecommunications industry, most recently as executive vice president of Corporate Strategy and Development, AT&T Wireless Services, from 1999 to 2005.
Chakrin has served on the board of directors of Rogers Wireless Communications, Inc., Netro Corporation, Lin TV Corporation and Lin Broadcasting Corporation.
Michael May is a graduate of The Seeing Eye and president and CEO of Sendero Group LLC, the makers of the Sendero Global Positioning System for blind and visually impaired users.
May has years of experience in marketing and software development and holds a master’s in international affairs from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Washington, D.C., and a bachelor’s in political science from the University of California, Davis.
May has been a presenter and keynote speaker at scores of conferences around the world. He was the visiting scholar at Western Michigan University on GPS and other electronic orientation devices and is known worldwide as a leader in accessible GPS development. A book based on his life, Crashing Through, was released in May 2007 to be followed by a movie from Fox 2000.
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Lewis Chakrin, Ph.D.
Volunteer activities of U.S. Airways employees soon will make transporting Seeing Eye and other dog guides much more simple and cost-effective. At the annual Assistance Dogs International (ADI) conference in January, the Arizona-based air carrier offered to transport dogs