Ike Fields – Biographical Brief
For the last ten years Ike has served as Executive Vice President of Integrated Resource Technologies ,Inc. a family owned business specializing in Intelligence, Security, Information Technology and Management Services for the Department of Defense, other Federal and Municipal customers.
Ike started his career as a Planning Associate with the United Way moving on to Executive positions with United Ways in Boston and Chicago , prior to joining United Way of America as Vice President , with a broad portfolio of responsibilities including Membership , Fields Services, and the National Football League. Ike later became Senior Vice President with responsibility for United Way’s Strategic Alliances.
In the early 1980s Ike joined the Joint Venture of ATE-DMJM(Daniel Mann Johnson and Mendehall) and the Saudia Arabian Public Transportation Company (SAPTCO) as Vice President. This historic project created the inter and intra city public transportation system for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
He was born and educated in Kentucky at Kentucky State College, The University of Kentucky , and The University of Louisville. He received additional training at The Harvard University Graduate School Business Executive Program.
His wife, Faye, and he are Founding Partners of the Washington Nationals Baseball Team.
Greg Rosenbaum — Biographical Brief
Greg Rosenbaum, President and founder of Palisades, has over 30 yea rs of experience as an institutional investor and merchant banker. Mr. Rosenbaum previously served as a Vice President of the Dyson-Kissner-Moran Corporation (DKM), a large private investment firm active in leveraged buyouts, reporting directly to the CEO. Mr. Rosenbaum began his career at the Boston Consulting Group, advising Fortune 500 CEOs on matters of corporate strategy.
Prior to starting Palisades, Mr. Rosenbaum was a founder and Managing Director of the Carlyle Group in Washington, DC, a merchant banking firm.
Mr. Rosenbaum holds a JD from Harvard Law School, a BA from Harvard College, and a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. He is admitted to the active practice of law in Ohio, Illinois, and before the Supreme Court of the United States, and is a member of the American Bar Association’s Sections on Antitrust Law and Business Law.
Mr. Rosenbaum is a member of Harvard’s Committee on University Resources, the Dean’s Council at the Kennedy School, the Dean’s Mid-Atlantic Advisory Council at Harvard Law School and is co-chair of his Harvard College Class.
He is the chair of the National Debate Tournament Board of Trustees and was appointed by President Obama to serve on the United States Holocaust Memorial Council.