Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 21, 2013
Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy (“TFA”) announced today that Howard A. Tullman has retired as Chairman effective this month in order to spend more time speaking, teaching and working with entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses through his new venture fund, G2T3V, LLC - Investors in Disruptive Innovators. Tullman had been founding CEO of TFA, serving in that capacity until earlier this year when Todd Steele was named CEO.
“While I am pleased with all of the innovations that Tribeca Flashpoint Academy has brought to digital media arts education since its inception more than 6 years ago, I am most proud of the hundreds of students who have successfully graduated and embarked on their careers,” said Tullman. “Under Todd’s leadership, I am confident that the Academy will continue to provide a first-rate education to its students in an innovative and dynamic way.”
“Under Howard’s leadership, in just a few years, TFA has become well known for its industry-focused, progressive approach to media arts education,” said Steele. “The Board of Directors and I thank Howard for his contributions to TFA, and wish him well with G2T3V, LLC.”
About Tribeca Flashpoint Academy
Tribeca Flashpoint Academy (located in downtown Chicago) is one of the nation’s most well-respected digital media arts colleges— providing intensive, apprenticeship-style degree programs in film + broadcast, recording arts, animation + special effects, game + interactive media, and graphic design. Part college, part industry apprenticeship, the school offers a progressive training model that erases the boundaries between education and the professional world by exposing students to real-world, client projects and industry-standard software and equipment beginning their very first semester on campus. Students graduate with robust resumes, professional-quality portfolios and reels, and insider industrff know-how and connections in as little as 15 months.
Learn more about Tribeca Flashpoint Academy at http://www.tfa.edu.