Larry Berg , , , Chairman And Director

Larry Berg has been the Chairman of the Board of McGraw-Hill Education since March 2014 and has been a Director since March 2013. Mr. Berg is a Senior Partner at Apollo having joined in 1992, and oversees the Firm’s efforts in industrials and education. Before that time, Mr. Berg was a member of the Mergers and Acquisitions group of Drexel Burnham Lambert Incorporated. Mr. Berg serves on the board of directors of Maxim Crane, University of Phoenix, Los Angeles Football Club and Crisis Text Line and he previously served on the boards of Laureate International Universities, Sylvan Learning, Berlitz and Connections Academy. Mr. Berg graduated magna cum laude with a BS in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and received an MBA from the Harvard Business School.

Nana Banerjee , , , Director
President And CEO

Nana Banerjee was named president and CEO of McGraw-Hill Education in April of 2018 and is responsible for the growth and management of its global businesses. Previously, Dr. Banerjee was group president of Verisk Analytics, overseeing Verisk’s Argus, Geomni, Verisk Maplecroft, and Verisk Retail businesses. He also had oversight responsibility for Verisk’s joint data and development environment and Verisk’s centralized advanced research and analytics group.

Dr. Banerjee has extensive experience leading, innovating and scaling technology businesses globally. He came to Verisk as part of its acquisition of Argus, where he was chief operating officer. He was named Verisk group president in 2016 and helped drive the acquisition of several high profile global companies during his tenure at Verisk. In prior roles, he served as head of Citibank’s credit card business in the United Kingdom and as vice president of marketing at GE Capital. He began his career forecasting housing starts at The McGraw-Hill Companies’ FW Dodge unit.

Dr. Banerjee has a Ph.D. in applied mathematics from the State University of New York; a master of science degree in mathematics from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi; and a bachelor of science degree with honors in mathematics from St. Stephens College, Delhi.

Nancy Lublin , , , Director

Nancy Lublin has been a Director of McGraw-Hill Education since November 2015. Ms. Lublin has served as CEO of Crisis Text Line since 2015. From 2003 until 2015, Ms. Lublin has served as CEO of DoSomething.org. In 2013, while still the CEO of DoSomething.org, Ms. Lublin turned her popular TED talk into Crisis Text Line. Crisis Text Line is the first 24/7, free, nationwide-text line for people in crisis. Prior to her work at DoSomething.org and Crisis Text Line, Ms. Lublin founded Dress for Success, a global entity that provides interview suits and career development training to women in need. Ms. Lublin is the author of the best-selling business books, Zilch: The Power of Zero in Business and XYZ Factor.

Jonathan Mariner , , , Director

Jonathan Mariner has been a Director of McGraw-Hill Education since February 2016. Mr. Mariner is a private investor and entrepreneur, and is currently the Founder and President of TaxDay, LLC, a private software firm that helps users track their multi-state travel for tax purposes. Mr. Mariner recently retired from Major League Baseball, Office of the Commissioner, having served as Executive VP and CFO for 12 years, and as Chief Investment Officer. He previously served as Executive VP and CFO of the Florida Marlins Baseball Club. Mr. Mariner currently serves on the board of directors of Ultimate Software Inc., IEX Stock Exchange and Little League International. Mr. Mariner holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Virginia, an MBA from Harvard Business School and is a former Certified Public Accountant.

Antoine Munfakh , , , Director

Antoine Munfakh has been a Director of McGraw-Hill Education since March 2013. Mr. Munfakh is a Partner at Apollo having joined in 2008. Before that time, Mr. Munfakh spent two years as an Associate at the private equity firm Court Square Capital Partners. Previously, Mr. Munfakh was an Analyst in the Financial Sponsor Investment Banking group at JPMorgan. Mr. Munfakh serves on the board of directors of Maxim Crane Works, CH2M Hill Companies, Apollo Education Group Inc., and Claire’s Stores. Mr. Munfakh graduated summa cum laude from Duke University with a BS in Economics, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.

Ronald Schlosser , , , Director

Ronald Schlosser has been a Director of McGraw-Hill Education since March 2013 and previously served as Executive Chairman of McGraw-Hill Education since March 2013 through May 1, 2014. Mr. Schlosser currently advises global leaders in private equity investing in information services, including healthcare, data services and education. He has served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Haights Cross Communications, an educational and library information company, and has served as a Senior Advisor to Providence Equity Partners and Chairman of several education and information services portfolio companies, including Jones & Bartlett, Assessment Technologies Institute, Edline and Survey Sampling International. Mr. Schlosser served as Chief Executive Officer of Thomson Learning Group, after serving as Chief Executive Officer of Thomson Scientific and Healthcare, after joining Thomson Financial Publishing as its President & Chief Executive Officer in 1995. He serves on the board of directors of Copyright Clearance Center and the Warehouse Arts District in Florida. Mr. Schlosser is currently a private investor in several information businesses. Mr. Schlosser is a graduate of Rider University and holds an MBA from Fairleigh Dickinson University.

Itai Wallach , , , Director

Itai Wallach has been a Director of McGraw-Hill Education since March 2017. Mr. Wallach is a Principal at Apollo, having joined in 2012. Before joining Apollo, Mr. Wallach was a member of the Financial Sponsors Group at Barclays Capital. Mr. Wallach also serves on the board of directors of Jacuzzi Brands and The Fresh Market. He graduated with distinction from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario where he was an Ivey Scholar.

Lloyd G. Waterhouse , , , Director

Lloyd G. Waterhouse has been a Director of McGraw-Hill Education since March 2013. Mr. Waterhouse served as interim President and Chief Executive Officer of McGraw-Hill Education from October 2017 until April 2018. He was previously the President and Chief Executive Officer from March 2013 until April 8, 2014 and, before that, the President of the McGraw-Hill Education segment of MHC from June 2012 until March 2013. Mr. Waterhouse began his career with International Business Machines Corporation (“IBM”) in 1973 in the firm’s data processing division. He later became General Manager of Marketing and Services for IBM Asia Pacific. In 1992, he was appointed President of IBM’s Asia Pacific Services Corporation and later became Director of Global Strategy at IBM. In 1996, Mr. Waterhouse was named General Manager Marketing and Business Development, IBM Global Services, before being promoted to General Manager, E-Business Services, a division focused on consulting, education and training for customers. In 1999, Mr. Waterhouse became President and Chief Operating Officer, and later Chief Executive Officer of Reynolds & Reynolds Co., a company primarily focused on software for the automotive industry. In 2006, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Harcourt Education, a leader in the United States School Education sector. The parent company of Harcourt Education decided to sell the business in 2007 and it merged with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt at the end of that year. Mr. Waterhouse has since served on the board of directors of SolarWinds, Inc., ITT Educational Services, Ascend Learning LLC, Digimarc Corporation, i2 Technologies, Inc., Atlantic Mutual Insurance Companies, JDA, Instructure, Larry H. Miller Companies and Sparta in addition to being a Senior Advisor at New Mountain Capital LLC. Mr. Waterhouse is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and holds an MBA from Youngstown State University.

Mark Wolsey-Paige , , , Director

Mark Wolsey-Paige has been a Director of McGraw-Hill Education since May 2013. From 2010 to 2014 Mr. Wolsey-Paige served as an advisor to Apollo, largely on healthcare-related deals. Before becoming an advisor to Apollo, Mr. Wolsey-Paige served as Executive Vice President, Product Development & Supply at Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics from 2007 to 2009. In 2007, he was appointed Chief Strategy and Technology Officer for Dade Behring Inc. before its acquisition by Siemens. Previously, Mr. Wolsey-Paige worked at Baxter Diagnostics, which became a part of Dade Behring, and became Vice President, Strategy and Business Development in 2000; he remained in this role until the company was acquired, while also becoming head of Research and Development, Instrument Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management. Before joining Dade Behring, he was a consultant at Bain & Company in Boston. Before that, Mr. Wolsey-Paige served four years in the U.S. Army, achieving the rank of Captain and worked in the Strategic Plans and Policy Directorate on the Army staff in the Pentagon. Mr. Wolsey-Paige holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Washington University and an MBA from Harvard University.