ADAM BAUMAN, CEO & PRESIDENT, STI MANAGEMENT
| Adam brings expertise in the areas of E-Commerce, management
consulting, direct marketing, editorial writing and Hollywood production. An
early Internet adopter, Adam started as a Special Projects producer for The
Los Angeles Times New Media Group and helped launch the latimes.com Web site
before becoming Director of Internet Production for Universal Studios, then
built a corporate Intranet for DreamWorks S.K.G. Subsequently, he was the
Director of Emerging Technology at VWR Scientific Products Corp., before
becoming EVP of E-Commerce at Wunderman Direct, a Young & Rubicam company. After
serving as Chief International E-Commerce Officer of American International
Group, he was named Chief Global E-Commerce Officer of Deloitte Consulting.
Subsequently, he was appointed Chairman and CEO of IsoSpace, a Web-based
enterprise video collaboration software company.
As an established Internet and technology expert, Adam is frequently called upon to address professional and academic audiences, including the Princeton Alumni Association of New York City. Adam was appointed to the Board of Visitors at the Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management, Claremont Graduate University, and has also served on the board of directors of Connected Media Technologies, Inc., a publicly traded company.
His article, "More Companies Are Routing Calls via Internet," recently appeared in The New York Times.
Earlier in his career, Adam oversaw production of four feature films as an executive for the Motion Picture Corporation of America and was a staff writer for the Los Angeles Times, where he reported several front page stories, hundreds of articles, and was a member of the editorial staff that shared the 1995 Pulitzer Prize for the Northridge earthquake coverage on January 17th, 1994.
Adam holds both an MFA degree from the Peter Stark Motion Picture Producing Program and an MBA from the University of Southern California. He is also a graduate of the California State University Long Beach school of Radio and Television. He presently lives in New York City with his wife, Estelle, and their daughter.