DAVID BAILEY
DAVID BAILEYSENIOR PARTNER

David is a senior management consultant and co-founder of Franklin Management Advisory Group LLC. See more here:

• Programmer / Systems Analyst at NL Industries
• Senior Consultant in econometric forecasting at Data Resources Inc.
• Systems Architect for financial reporting systems at PepsiCo Inc.
• Applications Consultant and Marketing Management positions at Dun & Bradstreet
• Principal in own applications development company specializing in sophisticated applications for the PC platform

• Bachelor of Science in Pure Mathematics: Sheffield University (UK )
• MBA in Marketing and Finance: The Wharton School

• As a problem solver, asking the question How – how can this be improved upon?
• Brings a considerable amount of knowledge and expertise to business situations

• Active in the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce
• Engaged in church on outreach and community work
• Instructor in martial arts at a YMCA and a Senior Center
• Plays guitar, both classical and electric

• Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT: former adjunct professor in business communications

W. MELE ORENDORF
W. MELE ORENDORFSENIOR PARTNER

Mele is a senior management consultant and co-founder of Franklin Management Advisory Group LLC. See more here:

• Lending officer at Citibank
• Marketing representative position at IBM
• Senior level sales and marketing management positions at:
• Dun & Bradstreet
• CompuServe
• CBS Software
• Affiliated Computer Services

• Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering: Lehigh University
• MBA in Management and Finance: The Wharton School

• Asking the question: Why? – as he develops an understanding of each unique business situation

• Service work with non-profit organizations:
• Malta House Inc., Norwalk, CT – a home for pregnant women in crisis: co-founder; board member
• Black Rock Food Pantry, Bridgeport, CT: co-founder; board member
• Friends of Malta House Trust, which provides operating funds for Malta House: Chairman of the Board

• Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT: former adjunct professor in business communications