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Stanley Tannenbaum joined Northwestern University as Associate Professor in the Medill School of Journalism in 1983 and he now holds the Chair of the Advertising/ Integrated Marketing Communications Division. Tannenbaum started in advertising as a copywriter at a small package goods agency in Philadelphia, working on the introduction of Alpo Dog Food.
William Schultz is an animation producer. He eventually got a job at Columbia Pictures Television, working on primetime television series such as Mickey Spillane"s Mike Hammer and TJ Hooker. In 1986 Schultz moved from Santa Barbara (television series) Production Staff to help with the management of Marvel Productions.
Born at McKeesport, Pennsylvania, Schultz graduated as an engineer from the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 1965 and went to work for Bethlehem Steel, Baltimore. While working at Bendix Aerospace on radar tracking devices for the Apollo Space project, he got a Master's in aerospace engineering.
tabenow not only didn't support tax reform, but she said it wouldn't benefit working families or small businesses. She's simply too out of touch to understand how tax reform is benefiting real Michiganders. Say a lot with a little.