President and Chairman Both To Speak At The James Madison Museum
CHARLOTTESVILLE,VA- On May 20, 2012 both the Chairman and President of M•CAM Inc. will be speaking at The James Madison Museum. The Museum's press release follows:
The James Madison Museum is pleased to announce special guests Dr. David E. Martin and Mr. David Pratt of M•CAM Inc, who will be presenting an intriguing lecture covering James Madison and the first national bank.
The U.S. Constitution had to prove its durability and adaptability in a variety of situations and disputes. James Madison, the "Father of the Constitution" was a key figure in many of these events and discussions.
Dr. Martin, Founding Chairman of M•CAM Inc., is a Batten Fellow of the Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at UVA.
His professional qualifications include: BA, Goshen College; MS, Ball State University; PhD, University of Virginia; Fellow: UVA, Indian Institute for Management-Ahmedabad; and Lecturer: Tianjin University of Finance & Economics and the University of Notre Dame.
Mr. Pratt is the President at M•CAM Inc. He has 35 years of experience in public policy development and implementation, economic restructuring, trade credit offset structuring, technology and vendor qualification, and financial and risk management.
His professional experience and qualifications include: Officer of the U.S. Senate; Senior Vice President, Federal Affairs and Business Development for the American Insurance Association; and Financial Services Practice Leader at Columbus Newport LLC. He earned his BA at St. John Fisher College.
M·CAM is the world-wide leader in integrating intangible assets and sovereign rights into regulated capital markets. Our ethical financial structures align human innovation and creativity to global markets and value exchanges. Using our intent-based communication analysis tools, we conduct best-in-class risk and market analysis for diverse global market leaders and build financial and strategic solutions for our partners. Based in Charlottesville, M·CAM is mindful of the letter which Thomas Jefferson wrote in 1813 to Isaac McPherson saying, "He who receives an idea from me, receives instruction himself without lessening mine; as he who lights his taper at mine, receives light without darkening me." (James Madison Museum)