Hunter is a serial entrepreneur and Tony award-winning Broadway producer with a strong background in senior executive leadership at mid-cap companies. He is a frequent lecturer and guest professor on global business trends, emerging markets, alternative investments, and entertainment business.
Through his theatrical development company, TBD Theatricals, LTD, Hunter has produced a number of innovative and critically acclaimed works for the Broadway stage, including Once On This Island (Tony Award), Anastasia, Dear Evan Hansen (Tony Award), Disaster!, Allegiance, Spring Awakening (Tony Nomination), The Visit (Tony Nomination), It’s Only A Play, Mothers and Sons (Tony Nomination), The Bridges of Madison County, Macbeth starring Alan Cumming, Kinky Boots (Tony Award), Godspell, and Chinglish. Upcoming projects include Gettin’ the Band Back Together, Head Over Heels, Pretty Woman, The Cher Show, and A Little More Alive. He is also the founder of the New Musical Creative Collective, an organization focusing on the support and development of Broadway’s emerging musical theater composers, lyricists, and book writers.
Hunter earned his BA in Entrepreneurial Business from DePaul University and his MBA from TRIUM, a joint program representing NYU Stern School of Business, HEC Paris, and London School of Economics.
Shane is an Irish-born, New York City-based technology entrepreneur. In addition to running technology for ARTech Holdings, he is a partner at Equilink, which invests in and advises early stage technology business. In 2008, he co-founded and was CTO of TaxStream, a software business set up to address deficiencies in tax reporting procedures of publicly traded companies. TaxStream was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2008.
Shane serves on the boards of the American Ireland Fund, the Irish Arts Center, and the Provosts Council at Trinity College Dublin. He earned his MA in Computer Science and MSc in Artificial Intelligence from Trinity College Dublin, and his MBA from TRIUM, a collaboration between NYU Stern, HEC Paris, and London School of Economics.