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Dr. Francis Greene has taught French literature, culture, and Fine Arts at St. Francis College since September 1968 and serves as Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages and Fine Arts where he holds the rank of Professor. He holds a Doctorate in French Literature from Rutgers University and a Master of Philosophy in Art and Architectural History from City University, New York.
Michael Hanby, a theologian, is Assistant Professor of Science and Culture at the John Paul II Institute for Studies of Marriage and Family at the Catholic University of America, where he teaches primarily in the theology, biotechnology, and bioethics specialization. Prior to that, he taught at Baylor University and Villanova University.
Tony Hendra, born in England, was a member of the Cambridge University Footlights revue in 1962, alongside the likes of John Cleese, Graham Chapman and Tim Brooke-Taylor. After he moved to the U.S., he became one of the founding editors of NATIONAL LAMPOON magazine.
Harold Korell is Chairman of the Board at Southwestern Energy in Houston, TX.
Korell, a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines with a Professional Degree in Chemical and Petroleum Refining Engineering, began his career with Mobil Oil Corporation and is a Licensed Professional Engineer in the states of Texas and Colorado. Mr. Korell serves on the Dean’s Advisory Board of the Walton College at the University of Arkansas and the Board of Governors of the Colorado School of Mines.