Founders

Mitchell B. Germansky
Mitchell B. Germansky
Chief Executive Officer
Founder
mitch@lecture123.com
         Working with computers since 1971. Entrepreneur with 3 startups. CEO/Founder, 18 years, Computer Solutions Group, Inc., a consulting practice with 12 staff. Managing Director R&D, EasTek, US and Australia, document management systems. CEO Lecture123, commercial 2004, R&D started 2002. He's been involved in a multitude of computer projects with Fortune 500 and small businesses in a variety of roles including business management, system architect, lead designer, hard core developer, and trainer/teacher. Mr. Germansky traces his passion for elearning systems back to age 14 when he started teaching drums and percussion as mentored by his father, a well known musician, and gifted and innovative instructor. Since 2000 he has taught computer science at Seton Hall and Drew Universities. Mitch has an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Drew University with a M.S. in computer science from New Jersey Institute of Technology. In his spare time he plays drums/percussion in classical to jazz venues in the NJ/NY area.

George Armhold
George Armhold
Founder
george@lecture123.com
         Designed the core technology behind the Lecture123 system, and continues to guide its ongoing development. He brings over 14 years of professional software development experience to the team. He has worked in telecommunications, bioinformatics, elearning, and most recently as an independent consultant. Mr. Armhold holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Rutgers University.

Donald Smith, PhD
Donald Smith, PhD
Founder
         Dr. Smith is Director of the Rutgers Laboratory for Computer Science Research where he is responsible for research and educational infrastructure. His research interests include VLSI design, AI-based design systems applied to real world problems, and massively parallel computing. Entrepreneur and founder of Connotate Technologies, a successful web content extraction company.
Key Members

Martin Constantine
Martin Constantine
Chief Software Engineer
mackaw@lecture123.com
         Born and bred in Georgetown, Guyana and migrated to the US in May 1997. He worked throughout most of his undergraduate and graduate years at Rutgers University's Laboratory for Computer Science Research as a system programmer. He also served as a Math tutor and teaching assistant for the undergraduate data structures class. Mr. Constantine graduated from Rutgers with a M.S. in Computer Science with an emphasis on distributed systems.