Mr. Rosenfeld was founder, Chairman and CEO of Concentra Corporation, a Massachusetts-based software company that he led from inception in 1984, through an IPO in 1995, and its subsequent sale to Oracle in 1998. Concentra was a leading provider of knowledge-based engineering and sales force automation software to companies that included Boeing, Airbus, GM, GE, and Ford. He also established strategic alliances, major European subsidiaries, and offices and distributors worldwide.
In the early 1970's Mr. Rosenfeld was the Director of Research and Development for Hood Sailmakers and a pioneer in computerizing the sailmaking industry, designing and building sails for the America's Cups from 1974 to 1980.
During 2002, Mr. Rosenfeld served as Vice Chairman of Cardinal Commerce, one of Glengary's client companies, and helped redirect the company's sales and marketing efforts to focus on its current strategy of selling outsourced authentication services to online merchants and their merchant banks and merchant services organizations.
Mr. Rosenfeld is a trustee and founder of Team Adventure, a non-profit education foundation to motivate children and adults through adventure on the high seas. He helped to build one of the world's fastest sailboats and raced it around the world in 2001.
Mr. Rosenfeld grew up in Cleveland, and while in high school, helped start the Cleveland Urban Learning Community (CULC), a start-up experimental high school "without walls" in downtown Cleveland, primarily aimed at serving inner-city students.
Mr. Rosenfeld earned a B.S. in Mathematics from Hampshire College, Amherst, MA.