Mr. Glastris is a Chicago-based private equity investor. He has spent his entire career as a lower-middle market private equity investor.
Mr. Glastris is currently the Chairman of Auto Driveaway Systems, LLC of Lombard, IL, one of the leading professional vehicle relocation services in the United States. He is a director and personal investor in several private companies including Atticus Brand Partners, LLC (Nashville, TN), Main Street Gourmet, LLC (Akron, OH), Rainbo Sports & Skating, LLC (Northbrook, IL) and Wild Hare Music, LLC (Chicago, IL). Bill also serves as Chairman of the Board of Fabretto Children’s Foundation based in Managua, Nicaragua and Washington, DC.
From 1997 -2013 he was a Founding Principal of Prospect Partners, LLC, a leading lower-middle-market private equity firm based in Chicago which manages three funds totaling $470 million.
Before joining Fenwick as an award-winning physics teacher nearly a decade ago, David Kleinhans had been a highly successful business executive in the computer software industry. Dave spent over 20 years in the corporate performance management and big data software arena.
As an entrepreneur, Dave started a software consulting and development firm that assisted their clients in establishing enterprise-wide reporting and analytics environments. Many of these organizations were top performers in their respective marketplaces. Through an acquisition by Cognos/IBM, Dave went on to head multiple initiatives focused initially on improving the client implementation experience of business intelligence software to ultimately running an international financial and performance management business unit overseeing development, marketing and field activity.
Over Dave’s tenure, this business grew organically and through acquisitions from $25 M to $250 M in USD sales. Most recently, Dave is focused on building the next generation of engineers at Fenwick high school.
Virginia McMahon is the Founder and Co-Owner of L.A. McMahon Building Maintenance, Inc., a Schaumburg-based company specializing in residential building maintenance and window washing.
She is also co-owner of the Fireplace and Chimney Authority, a full-service fireplace and barbeque grill company, which has grown since 1985 from one Elmhurst, IL location to a second in Lisle, IL and a distribution company servicing the entire U.S.
Virginia is a 1987 graduate of Elmhurst College with a BS in Accounting. She went on to work as a financial analyst with AT&T while starting Early Times Chimney Sweeps, a company still in existence today. With her financial expertise, the new companies evolved to the successful ventures they are today.
Antonio Romanucci is a founding partner, principal and trial lawyer in the Chicago-based tort litigation law firm of Romanucci & Blandin, LLC, which has successfully recovered over $400 million dollars on behalf of victims. He has been named a Top 100 Super Lawyer for 10 straight years in Illinois, a Leading Lawyer since 2004, has a perfect Martindale Hubble AV rating and an AVVO rating of 10/10 along with being named a "Best Lawyer" for 2013-2015 by U.S. News and World Report.
Mr. Romanucci’s vast experience has earned him the admiration of his colleagues who have supported his rise to leadership positions, such as his recent appointment as the Chair of the Police Misconduct Litigation Group and Vice-Chair of the Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group for the American Association for Justice (AAJ), the world’s largest trial bar.
Rhett Buttle is the Founder of Public Private Strategies (PPS) and National Business Advisor to the Biden for President campaign.
Before founding Public Private Strategies, Rhett was the Business Engagement Director at Hillary for America serving as Secretary Clinton’s liaison and private sector advisor during her run for President. Before joining the campaign, Rhett was President & Managing Director of a national business advocacy organization where he led an organization of over 25 people actively doing policy and advocacy work both nationally and in 10 states across the country.
In 2014, Rhett was appointed by President Obama to The White House Business Council and served as the Director of Private Sector Engagement in the Office of the Secretary at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. In this role, he was the main liaison between the department and the business community. He is an expert on healthcare policy issues as it relates to the employer community. He worked on the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, public private partnerships for the Ebola response & the President’s Precision Medicine Initiative. He was a key player in the Administration’s effort to transform the healthcare system to one that is more focused on value and patient centered care. Buttle has also served in the Office of the President at George Washington University, in the Office of California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and has worked on several presidential, state, and local campaigns.
Rhett frequently engages with the media and has been featured in the New York Times, CNN, WSJ and several business publications. He has spoken on business issues at the Aspen Institute, the Harvard Institute of Politics, and the Center for American Progress. He also serves on the boards of several organizations. Rhett holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of San Diego and a master’s degree from The George Washington University. In addition, he is active in many volunteer & professional organizations including American Legion Boys State. Rhett was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV. In 2016, he was honored by the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce as their Business Advocate of the Year.