Mark Graham
Vice President of Technology
iVillage, Inc.

April 1997 - Present: Vice President of Technology, iVillage: The Women's Network

Sep. 1996 - March 97: Independent Consultant, primary clients: Educational Testing Service, The WELL

Jan. 1995 - Sep. 96: Director of Business Development, The WELL   Founding President, Whole Earth Networks

Jan. 1990 - Dec. 95: President, Pandora Systems

Responsible for all aspects of client and business development, marketing, sales, staff and services development and day to day operations. Established sales of $500K/year for each year in operation and employed up to 12 full time staff members and/or consultants. Managed all aspects of a wide variety of projects and contracts, including many pioneering online ventures establishing several "firsts" in the early months and years of the development of the Internet. An overview of some of these efforts follows:

1985-90: Co-Founder of the Institute for Global Communications Director of the PeaceNet online service

Developed a computer-based informaton system that provided progressive organizations and individuals a communications infrastructure.

1983-84: Associate Director, Foundation for the Arts of Peace

1979-83: United States Air Force, enlisted person (E4)

Stationed at The Pentagon, Washington, D.C., three years permanent duty assignment with a Top Secret security clearance and Personal Reliability Program certification for access to nuclear weapons related material and information.

Consulting Clients

Consulted with many companies and organizations about computer-based communications and Internet-related systems and services including:

Invited Speeches, Presentations and Awards

Jun. 27, 2000, "Email As A Powerful Promotional Tool", IIR's Effective Email Marketing Strategies conference, New York NY

Aug. 29, 2000, "Using eMarketing to Build an eCustomerCommunity", DCI's eCustomer Conference and Exposition, New York, NY

Apr. 16, 1999, "Internet Industry Trends", Panel Moderator at Spring Internet World, San Diegeo, CA

Feb. 21, 1996, "Movers and Shakers of the Inter@ctve 50." Internet Expo, Email World and Web World conference, San Jose Convention Center.

Jan. 25, 1996, "Life on the Net: Internet Entrepreneurs Create New Business." University of California, Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum, Haas School of Business, Berkeley, CA.

Aug 17-21, 1994, co-coordinated the Internet Track at this conference and lead and/or presented at 10 sessions, ONE BBSCON Conference, Atlanta, GA

Aug 25-29, 1993, presented at several sessions including "Electronic Democracy" and "Internet 101", ONE BBSCON Conference, Colorado Springs, CO

Mar. 10, 1993, "Electronic Democracy." Computers Freedom and Privacy conference.

Mar. 9, 1993, "Exploring The Internet - A Guided Journey." Presented with Tim Pozar. Computers Freedom and Privacy conference, San Francisco, CA.

Apr. 25, 1991, "Exploring the Matrix with a Cyberspace Cockpit." Seventeenth Annual Asilomar Microcomputer Workshop.

May 25, 1990, Electronic Networking Association, David E. Rodale Award for Building Global Communities, San Francisco, CA

News Articles and Publications

"The World From an Apartment", by Roger Karraker, Excerpted from "Digital Revolution in USA." Yoyosha Publ, Tokyo, 1995. (

"The Role of New Telecommunications Technologies in Issue Advocacy and Citizen Participation in the Democratic Process." Published in the "CFP '93 Program & Position Papers". (

Data compilation for "Peace Resource Book?A Comprehensive Guide to Issues, Groups, and Literature," produced by the Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies and published by Ballinger, ISSN 0740-9885

Advisory Boards and Other Affiliations

Chairperson, Institute for Global Communications Advisory Board

Updated 5/15/00