SUSAN WINOKUR, President and Chief Financial Officer
Susan Winokur retired after working as a manager in the high-tech industry for many years, serving in functions ranging from manufacturing to finance to program management. She currently serves on the boards of the Olympic Music Festival (Quilcene, Washington); Olana (Hudson, NY); and Ensemble for the Romantic Century (New York, NY). Additionally, she performs philanthropic work with the Seattle Art Museum, the Seattle Parks Department, and the Seattle Symphony.
Ms. Winokur's artistic activities include having studied and performed classical ballet with a small ballet company in Boston in the 1990s. She is currently studying yoga and classical piano and maintains an interest in 19th century American art and antiques; history of philosophy; and political, economic, and social history of the Medieval, Renaissance, and Enlightenment periods.
PAUL LEACH, Vice President
Paul Leach is a Distinguished Engineer at Microsoft, where he has been since 1991; currently, he works on security for Microsoft Windows. Mr. Leach holds 35 US patents and is the author or co-author of 2 technical books and 10 Internet standards, including that for HTTP/1.1, the protocol used by the World Wide Web. Mr. Leach received his undergraduate education in Computer Science at MIT.
In addition to serving on the board of Ensemble for the Romantic Century, Mr. Leach is on the board of the Seattle Symphony.
Mr. Leach's musical experience is as a trumpet player; he played through high school and sporadically thereafter, including until recently with the Microsoft Orchestra. He has an avid interest in classical music, classical ballet, 19th century American art, philosophy, history and economics.
James Melo, Secretary
Donald T. Sanders