From 2008 to 2011, Kimberly Till held responsibilities as President, board member, and Chief Executive Officer of Harris Interactive, a leader in custom market research and publisher of The Harris Poll. She led all aspects of global management, spanning North American, Asian, and European markets. She facilitated significant cost reductions while enhancing talent and guiding the performance improvement of corporate acquisitions. Kimberly Till also oversaw the launch of an innovative social media research platform that complemented the firm’s existing range of research offerings. Ms. Till earned her Bachelor of Arts with honors in History at the University of Alabama, gaining distinction as a Student Senator and Sydney Sullivan Award recipient. She completed her Juris Doctor at Duke University, subsequently pursuing a Master of Business Administration at Harvard University. During her time at Harvard, she served as a Student Association representative and was selected by faculty for inclusion in the Century Club. Kimberly Till began her career as a corporate and international trade law attorney in Washington, D.C., subsequently serving with Bain & Company in London as a Management Consultant. In 1990, she was one of 12 individuals selected as a White House Fellow. For one year, she served as Special Assistant to the Former U.S. Trade Representative and Secretary of Agriculture and to the Director of the FBI. Throughout the 1990s, Ms. Till worked in various corporate capacities, notably serving as Director of Marketing and Operations for Europe with Disney Interactive and as Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning and Marketing with Sony Corporation of America. From 2003 to 2006, she served as Vice President of Microsoft Corp.’s Media & Entertainment Group in the Communications Sector. In this capacity, Kimberly Till led global enterprise sales to major entertainment and media firms, focusing on the advertising, publishing, music, film, and broadcast sectors.