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David G. Bradley

Chairman, Owner

Before entering media, David founded and owned two (now public) research companies – The Advisory Board Company and The Corporate Executive Board Company. With 50,000 applicants each year, the enterprises are the largest employers of young professional talent in the Washington, D.C., area. During his early 20s, David was a Fulbright Scholar in the Philippines. He graduated from Swarthmore College, and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, a J.D. from Georgetown University, and, more recently, an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from Swarthmore. His board memberships include the Council on Foreign Relations, the New America Foundation, KIPP DC, Bridges of Understanding, and the Manila-based Child Protection Network.

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Michael Finnegan

President, Atlantic Media

Michael serves as President of Atlantic Media and coordinates strategy, operations and growth initiatives across the company. Previously, Michael served as COO, CFO and SVP of Business Development and joined the company as Director of Digital Business Development and Analytics in early 2011 to build a corporate center of excellence focused on using digital analytics, partnerships, and emerging technologies as levers for financial and audience growth. Prior to his career in media, Michael spent 10 years as a management consultant with expertise in corporate growth and operations. He graduated from the University of Virginia with a B.A. in economics and has an MBA from the university’s Darden School of Business.

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Aretae Wyler

Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel

Aretae Wyler is the Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel of Atlantic Media. Before joining Atlantic Media in January 2013, she practiced law at Williams & Connolly LLP and clerked for The Honorable Kenneth M. Karas of the US District Court for the Southern District of New York. Aretae received her JD from the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 2007, and her BA from Georgetown University in English and Government in 2004.

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Cameron Cox

Vice President, Talent & Culture

Cameron serves as the Vice President of Talent & Culture, leading the human resources team that supports Atlantic Media properties. With seven years of experience at Atlantic Media and nearly fifteen years in the talent industry, Cameron focuses on talent acquisition strategies, talent management programs, benefit plan designs and compliance initiatives. In July, Cameron was recognized as one of twenty-five 2017’s Workforce Game Changers.

A Virginia native, Cam received his undergraduate degree in Sociology from the University of Virginia and lives in Alexandria, VA with his wife Macey and their two sons: Stuart & Liam.  

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Benjamin McKee

Vice President, Finance

Benjamin serves as the Vice President of Finance, leading the accounting and finance teams that work across the Atlantic Media properties. He is nearing 8 years of experience with the firm, and specializes in financial transformation, business model development, and managing profitability in growth companies. He is scheduled to receive his MBA from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in 2018, and earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Rochester.

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