The Tenlegs team is a diverse and dedicated group devoted to providing the best technologies and services to our customers. Individually and as a team, we value each organization's uniqueness and strive to support our partners doing what they do best.
Our Advisory Board
Eitan Zemel is the W. Edwards Deming Professor of Quality and Productivity at New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business. He also serves as the Vice Dean for Global Programs and for Executive Education. Professor Zemel joined the faculty of the Stern School in 1998 and has served in a succession of leadership positions in the school including as Founding Chair of the IOMS Department (Information, Operations and Management Sciences) and as Vice Dean in charge of the MBA Program, the Langone Part Time MBA Program, the Executive MBA Program, the TRIUM Global Executive Program and the newly Launched Global Masters Program in Business Analytics, among others. Prior to joining Stern, Professor Zemel served as the Harold L. Stuart Professor of Operations Research at the J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University where he also served as a founding Director of the Master of Management in Manufacturing Program and as Chair of the Managerial Economics and Decision Sciences (MEDS) Department.
For over 20 years, Professor Zemel's research was mainly concerned with computations, algorithms and complexity. He developed the concepts which were used in the first practical algorithm for solving large knapsack problems, and which are still used in almost every efficient algorithm for this problem. Other areas of research lately include supply chain management, operations strategy, service operations and incentive issues in operations management. His writing has appeared in numerous publications including Econometrica, The SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics, Operations Research, Mathematics of Operations Research, Games and Economic Behavior, and Annals of Operations Research. He served on the editorial boards of various publications such as Manufacturing Review, Production and Operations Management, and Management Science, and Manufacturing and Service Operations. Professor Zemel is a coauthor of the book Managing Business Process Flows.
Professor Zemel received his Bachelor of Science in Physics and Mathematics (with distinction) from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, his Master of Science in Applied Physics from The Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel, and his Doctor of Philosophy in Operations Research from the Graduate School of Business Administration at Carnegie Mellon University.
Gustavo Alba is a Partner and Managing Director of Beecher Reagan’s New York Office. He has extensive experience advising clients on talent acquisition strategies focused on management consulting, technology services, and business advisory services. Gustavo has led and successfully completed single searches and practice building initiatives for some of the leading professional services' firms.
Prior to Beecher Reagan Advisors, Gustavo was the Head of Global Recruiting at Booz & Company, where he strategically positioned the firm's recruiting platform to meet and exceed the overall business objectives.
Before joining Booz & Company, Gustavo founded International Recruiting Group and worked as a Search Consultant at Allegis group. He is also on the Advisory Board of People.co, a stealth early-stage company based in NYC and backed by some of the world’s top investors. Gustavo completed the High Impact Leadership Program at Columbia Business School and holds a B.A. in Marketing from Florida International University, where he was the captain of the men’s tennis team. He resides in New York City and enjoys discovering the food scene (with his wife, who is a food writer).
Judi R. Kilachand is an executive vice president and member of DHR International’s Global Nonprofit Practice Group.
Prior to joining DHR, Ms. Kilachand was the executive director at the Asia Society. During her tenure, Ms. Kilachand oversaw major global business and leadership initiatives in the U.S. and Asia – building relationships with corporate and strategic partners to secure sponsorship revenue and corporate contributions for the institution.
Ms. Kilachand has also held positions at American Airlines, Chase Manhattan Bank, American Express and Morgan Guaranty Trust Company of New York. She earned an MBA in marketing and finance from Columbia University and a BA/MA in Russian and European Studies from Stanford University.
She is a founding board member of the Akanksha Fund, an education nonprofit in India. She also acts as vice chairwoman for the Battery Dance Company – a downtown, NYC-based contemporary dance company with a global reach – whose mantra is artistic excellence and social relevance, where she has served for 18 years.
Ms. Kilachand is an avid traveler, a lover of the arts, and a firm believer in international exchange through culture and sport.
As assistant to the president for strategic initiatives at Denison, Raj Bellani is responsible for providing critical support as the college launches the major initiatives outlined in its strategic plan to widen institutional global focus and initiatives, further support faculty and staff as mentors, expand the curriculum, and create the gold standard in career readiness, as well as enhancing efforts related to co-curricular learning, innovation, diversity and wellness.
Bellani brings extensive experience to the newly created position at Denison. Prior to arriving in Granville, he served as the dean of experiential learning and career planning at DePauw University’s Hubbard Center for Student Engagement, where he had administrative oversight of several areas, including career services, service learning courses, national awards and fellowships, in addition to alumni support and residency programs. Previously, Bellani had served at the Rhode Island School of Design as international recruitment director, associate provost and dean of students. He also worked at Colgate University in a number of administrative positions. Bellani is a member of the Geneseo Foundation Board of Trustees.
Dorothy Dunn is a recognized cultural leader and producer of exhibitions, programs, events, and products. She has worked with the Smithsonian Institution, Philip Johnson Glass House, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Buckminster Fuller Institute, The Rubin Museum of Art, and The Carnegie Corporation, among others. Recognized as a dynamic leader and creative catalyst, she envisions and crafts experiences and partnerships that offer engagement and foster positive action. Her positions have included founding Director of America: Now and Here, Director of Visitor Experience at The Philip Johnson Glass House, Director of Education at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Director of Education at the University Museums, Iowa State University, and Director of Education at the Bennington Museum in Bennington, VT.
Dorothy was the recipient of the inaugural Smithsonian Education Achievement Award in 2004 in recognition of her leadership building Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum's educational vision, conceiving and launching innovative program models and establishing institutional partnerships. During 2005 and 2006, Dunn was Director of Programs at AIGA, the professional association for design, where she repositioned the International Design Conference at Aspen, the world's oldest forum for business and design leaders. Dunn is on the Board of Open House New York and an advisor to the Center for Art + Environment, Nevada Museum of Art and The Aldrich Museum of Art. She is also actively engaged in the management of her family's Illinois farm where she raises black walnut trees as a sustainable source for timber