Peter Jones joined our Board of Directors in May of 2014. He is the CEO of Flanders Corporation, a leader in the air filtration industry, a position he has held since July of 2014. Since 2009, Mr. Jones has served as an independent advisor to the owners of a number of private companies while they evaluated investment opportunities, handled the operational impacts of rapid growth, reviewed management compensation plans and other deals with assorted issues. During this time, he was on occasion made an employee of employee leasing companies, such as from March to October 2009 as part of Prestige Employee Administrators and from October 2012 to the present as part of Genesis HR Solutions, Inc. Prior to this period of independent contracting, Mr. Jones was involved in the management at a number of private companies, primarily those owned by venture capital and private equity firms. From 2002 to 2008 he was the Chief Executive Officer of Prime Advantage Corporation, whose two business units included an industrial buying group and a logistics company. From 2005 to 2007, he was Chief Executive Officer of Longstreth Women’s Sports LLC, one of the leading importers and retailers of field hockey, lacrosse and softball equipment. From 2000 to 2002 he was Chief Executive Officer and President of Stratys Learning Solutions, Inc., which offered masters level degrees in technical fields though distance learning, as well as professional development courses. Mr. Jones has also run or overseen the transformation of companies in the health care, corporate training, laser, computer sales and service, consumer goods and e-commerce software industries. Mr. Jones spent three years at the start of his career with Bankers Trust Company, including a year-long classroom training program focused on accounting and finance. During and after his MBA, Mr. Jones worked for Bain and Company in their Boston office, evaluating potential acquisitions, operational enhancements and studying the venture capital and leveraged buy-out industries. Mr. Jones received his MBA with high distinction from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar. He also holds a B.A. and an M.A. from the University of Oxford, where he studied Mathematics. He also serves as a Board Member and President of the United States Men’s Field Hockey Foundation and as a Board Member of the International Masters Hockey Association, both of which are non-profit organizations.