Northwestern University

Bryan Law

Bryan Law is a Senior Director of Strategic Projects at Rackspace, a managed cloud computing services company based in San Antonio, Texas. He is also a board member at Angola University. Previously, Law held a Principal role in the Global Business Strategy Group at Google and, prior to that, he was a manager at Monitor, management consulting firm. He earned an MBA from the Northwestern University Kellogg School of Business and a BA from Georgetown University. 

Leslie Kerner

Leslie Kerner is Senior Vice President and General Manager for the Professional Services group at Amplify, an education technology software and services company innovating K-12 education. She is responsible for building and managing training, professional development and consulting services for schools. 

Hammans Stallings

Hammans Stallings is an innovation strategist based in Shanghai, China, where he works as a Principal Strategist at frog design. He also teaches at the CEDIM Masters in Business Innovation program in Monterrey, Mexico. Stallings earned an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, an MS from the University of Texas at Austin and a BA from the University of Virginia. 

Ramsey Pryor

Ramsey Pryor is an international marketing executive with over 18 years of global product management and marketing experience. While at IBM, Pryor introduced IBM’s first web-based email offering into market and led IBM’s market-facing activities to build market awareness for IBM Connections social business platform, ranked first in market share by IDC for the past 5 years. Pryor earned a BA from Northwestern University, with concentrations in economics and Spanish, and an MBA from IESE Business School at the University of Navarra in Barcelona, Spain.

Diana Bernbaum Wilmot

Diana Wilmot is an education psychometrician and is now a research director for the Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD) in California, where she tracks and reports on student testing data while working with teachers and principals on instructional approaches.