Jeff serves as President and CEO of RightAnswers. Since joining RightAnswers in 2002, his drive, focus and leadership have taken the company from a niche content provider to being the leading provider of SaaS knowledge management and web self-service solutions with over 500 customers supporting 10s of millions of consumers, employees and students globally. Jeff’s professional history shows his passion when it comes to driving the success of his team and organization with previous roles as VP of Marketing, Business, Development and Sales Operations at ePRESENCE, and Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Business Development at Strategic Network Design.
Over the years, Jeff has brought his passion for success to multiple charitable and non-profit organizations, serving as both an individual contributor and board member. On a local level, Jeff supports his community as a volunteer coach for travel soccer and basketball youth leagues. Recently, he and his wife saw a family struggling with a child’s sickness and responded by organizing a local fundraiser, Walk VicTORIousLEE, which generated funds to help offset their medical expenses. Jeff has served as a board member for his synagogue and the local YMCA. Additionally, Jeff is a Member of the Monmouth University Vision Society, member of the Entrepreneurs Organization, and Member of the NJ Technology Council.
Dan Stoltz is the CEO/President of SPIRE Federal Credit Union in Falcon Heights, MN. Stoltz is a Certified Public Accountant and has his Master of Business Administration degree from the University of St. Thomas. He currently serves on the following Boards/Foundations: University of Northwestern, St. Paul (Vice Chair), University of Northwestern, St. Paul Foundation, Alloya Corporate, The Cooperative Foundation, The Cooperative Network, Keep on Pushing Foundation and the Minnesota Credit Union Network Board. Dan has served on the Presbyterian Board (senior housing) of Woodbury, City Councilmember for the Cities of Circle Pines and Lino Lakes, The Lindbergh Foundation and Central Purchasing Services. Stoltz also owns selected ColdStone Creamery retail stores. Stoltz is married to Robin and he has three children.
Kuni Kamiyama is a Senior Portfolio Specialist at Cohen & Steers, and is responsible for the performance analytics for over $50 billion in assets. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Northeastern University. Prior to joining Cohen & Steers, Kuni has held investment and quantitative specialist positions at MFS Investments, Legg Mason, and Glen Rauch Securities.
Kuni has a deep interest in charitable work centering on education. He had previously volunteered as a tutor for children living in a home for battered women in Baltimore. In 1995-1996, Kuni spent six months as a volunteer relief worker in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Honduras to rebuild schools devastated by hurricanes. Currently, he and his family are involved in the construction and funding for a school in rural South America, and they actively contribute to the mentoring programs Breakthrough Cambridge and Breakthrough Boston.