joined Unanimous to bring people together and amplify their abilities, empowering groups to achieve things they might never have thought possible. Jim has a 30-year track record as an executive and entrepreneur — most recently as founder and CEO of The Wall Street Journal Office Network, a digital video network serving more than 800 U.S. office buildings. In addition to having started and built companies in media, business services and technology arenas, Jim has served as an adviser to leading enterprises including: Google, The National Football League, Hyatt, Citibank, Equity Office Properties, Audible, Sony Interactive and Activision. He currently serves as a senior advisor to the private equity firm Pritzker Group Private Capital, sits on the advisory board of Networked Insights, and is a director of Bright Energy Partners. Previously, Jim was a founder of Thoughtstep and Z Group (later Zyman Marketing), and has held executive roles with Allied Riser Communications, Miller Brewing Company, and DDB Needham Worldwide. A native Chicagoan, Jim’s a proud Michigan Wolverine and Northwestern Wildcat. “After Midnight,” a song he produced for Eric Clapton and Michelob beer was nominated for a Grammy award. The song didn’t win, but it did help drive Clapton’s “Crossroads” album to triple platinum, which is nice.