Donald Bodnar founded Axiom Group in 1993 and Axiom Group International in 2003. Axiom Group and Axiom International provide technical engineering, support, project management and market data services to financial trading floors in the United States and Europe. Donald became a founding partner in Axiom Education in order to provide his understanding of international business management and to leverage synergies between the other Axiom companies and the insurance, tax, legal and accounting structures already in place. Donald brings a wealth of operational management experience to the team, including domestic and international contract management, tax law, accounting and vendor management.
Curt Naser is a co-founder of Axiom Education and the creator of Mentor. Curt has spent over 25 years working with Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) as a bioethicist, serving on three IRBs (biomedical, corporate and social science) and is the chair of one IRB. He has consulted with dozens of IRB’s and academic departments on their practices and implementation of the Mentor system. Curt also manages the development and support teams for Axiom Education. He received his Ph.D. from Stony Brook University in Philosophy, and has taught medical ethics, research ethics and philosophical ethics at Fairfield University for over 20 years.
Chett Rubenstein is a co-founder of Axiom Education, where he brings 30 years of experience in management, sales, IT, software development and the delivery of software as a service. Prior to joining Axiom, Chett was the CTO of RecoveryPlanner, a cloud services provider, the vice president of product development for Greenfield Online, and the founder and CEO of CTTechHosting.net. Chett also has technology, management, and business development experience in consulting and financial services. He has a bachelor of science degree in accounting, international finance, and computer science from the University of Colorado, Boulder.