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Lucy Baney
President and CEO

Ms. Baney's career began as a Systems Programmer. She advanced to sales with IBM, ultimately serving as an executive in product development and marketing.

Ms. Baney's executive positions included Services Marketing, the Personal Computer line of business, creating a marketing organization with worldwide responsibility for all personal computer system software, including Open Client/Server Distributed Computing, Open Distributed Objects, and the OS/2 Operating System. She also led the worldwide marketing team in the 1992 strategic joint ventures among IBM, Apple and Motorola.

After 19 years with IBM, Ms. Baney left to pursue an entrepreneurial path. She purchased Access Technologies Group in late 1995, transforming it from a consulting company into an Internet application development company focusing on the development of e-learning courseware, simulations, authoring tools, and e-learning consulting.

Ms. Baney currently serves as a member of the Foundation Board for Norwalk Community College and is the Chairman of the college's IT Advisory Committee. She is on the board of The Business Council of Fairfield County, and is a founding advisory board member of the Academy of Information Technology, a magnet high school in Stamford, CT specializing in IT skills. Lucy is a member of the National Advisory Board of the National Workforce Center for Emerging Technologies (NWCET) in Seattle, Washington and served as its chairman for three years. Ms. Baney is on the board of directors for the Icelandic American Chamber of Commerce. She also has served on the board of the Greater Philadelphia Regional Workforce Partnership.

Ms. Baney is a graduate of Florida State University with a BA degree.


Christine M. Casey, Ed.D.
Vice President of Curriculum Programs and Marketing

In September 2006, Dr. Christine Casey received a Congressional Award as a Beacon of Hope for All Americans for her "continuous unselfish service to children and education". Her life's work had been defined by a commitment to empowering youth and facilitating the potential of underserved populations.

Dr. Casey earned a Doctorate and two Masters Degrees in Curriculum and Administration from Teachers College and a third Masters in Education from Hunter College. In the 80's, she founded two preschool special education programs in Westchester, and then led the Westchester County Health Department as the administrator of all preschool special education programs. As a State Education Department Regional Associate, Dr. Casey monitored special education programs for regulatory compliance. She has served as Assistant Superintendent in several school districts in NY and CT. Dr. Casey currently consults to the By Kids For Kids Company, leading statewide and national creativity and inventive thinking initiatives.

Some of the awards she has received include: finalist in the Connecticut Woman of Innovation 2006 Youth Category, Congressional recognition with the ET3 TEC Champion Award, "Exemplary Service to Students with Special Needs" by the Council for Exceptional Children, the ACE Leadership Award in 2002 and the grand prize in the National Partners in Education and SBC "Bridging the Digital Divide through Partnerships in Telecommunications" 2001 and 2002, as well as an award from Communities in Action for "Forging Healthy Communities by Maximizing Individual Potential" in 2001.

Dr. Casey is a former national board member of the ACE Mentoring Program, The Williamsburg Art and Culture Council for Youth, and served for five years as the Advisory Board President of the New York Public Library Early Childhood Resource and Information Center. Dr Casey is currently a board member of the Center For Digital Literacy at Syracuse University.


Christina Morfeld
Vice President of Simulation-Based Learning

Ms. Morfeld has been with Access Technologies Group (ATG) since early 2008. As ATG's VP of Simulation-Based Learning, she is responsible for implementing a learning strategy that integrates technology-delivered simulations with curricula that may be fully e-learning or blended with instructor-led instruction. She authors, and oversees the authoring of, simulation-based "soft skills" courseware using ATG's patented Simentor® tool, documents ATG's proprietary technology, and provides a wide range of project management, sales, and client service support.

Earlier in her career, Ms. Morfeld held a Curriculum Planner position with PrimeLearning, where she designed overall instructional strategy for business and professional eLearning courseware. She has also done a wide range of project-based work. Ms. Morfeld was a member of the team that created the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Global Learning System, which is used to prepare individuals and groups for the Global Professional in Human Resources (GPHR) certification exam. Other organizations for which she has developed instructional content include Human Capital Institute (HCI), Human Performance Technologies Corp., QuicKnowledge, and OnTimeTraining.

Ms. Morfeld has also worked with Lee Hecht Harrison, Goldman Sachs, Olympus America, Information Builders, Bridgewater Associates, and The NPD Group in various writing, training, or human resources roles, and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hofstra University.

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