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Tony CookTony Cook has been a journalist, manager, and entrepreneur in the media business for more than 30 years. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the London School of Economics, he began his career as a financial reporter, writing for Forbes, Money, The Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times .  In 1996, Tony was recruited to manage a series of successful early-stage Internet companies, including search pioneer Excite where his team built the firm’s directory. Subsequently, he was managing editor and publisher of Intuit’s $40 million business and general manager of My, the leading portal for family history on the Web.

In 2003 Tony formed online marketing firm Cook Media, which provides small and medium-sized companies with a range of e-business strategy and marketing services. Tony also serves as president of the MacJannet Foundation, which provides scholarships, grants and awards for international education programs and co-sponsors the annual MacJannet Prize for Global Citizenship. He attended the MacJannet Camp in 1954, as did his father, Howard Cook, who was a student at the MacJannet Elms School in Paris in the 1920s and was a co-founder of the MacJanet Foundation. Tony lives in Sausalito, California with his wife of 33 years, journalist, broadcaster, novelist  and public speaker, Ciji Ware.