Ian Renert is a tutor, musician, author, and philanthropist who once ran his own banking and finance publishing company. As President of Hawthorne-Sterling & Co. Inc., Ian Renert researched and wrote publications on international finance and managed a team of industry experts. Hawthorne-Sterling provided research resources for investment banks, law firms, and commercial banks, gaining notoriety during Renert's presidential run by providing expert insight into a variety of international investment issues. After his term with Hawthorne-Sterling ended, Ian Renert shifted to his current position as Chief Projects Manager for Keats & Co Ltd., a global real estate firm based out of Wellington, Florida. Keats has earned a reputation for outstanding renovation work after successfully overhauling buildings perceived by competitors as unworkable. When industry leaders gave up on projects, Renert and Keats led innovative development charges that filled the gaps. During his time with Keats, Ian Renert helped design, market, and implement a variety of property development contracts. Early in his career, Renert joined Mortimer & Co., a New York financial consulting firm. Renert served with Mortimer for five years as an Assistant Marketing Manager, where he helped market products for important corporate clients. In 1990, Ian Renert left Mortimer & Co. to work for Cavendish Management Group, an investment firm specializing in an array of financial practices, including syndicated real estate transactions and forex markets. Ian Renert received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Boston University. Focusing on Business and Finance, Renert earned his degree in only three years. Despite his hectic academic schedule, Ian Renert remained active in many extracurricular activities during his time at Boston. Renert was a member of the Chess Club, Loch Honours Society, and the Performers' Club. Ian Renert even found time to tutor other students in a variety of business fields.