David Reichman – CEO
Mr. Reichman has been the CEO of Global Tech Industries Group, Inc. for fifteen years. Prior to that, Mr. Reichman maintained a Business Management and Tax Law consulting group, and he is licensed by the US Treasury /Internal Revenue Service. In addition, Mr. Reichman was a Co-General Partner and Tax Matters Partner in Harrison Re-cycling Associates, a company that operated the first recycling equipment for non-biodegradable Styrofoam and Styrene plastic in North America. Previously, Mr. Reichman had worked for The American Express Company, where he held several positions, including Manager of Budget and Cost. During his tenure at American Express, he developed, along with Control Data Corporation, a Flexible Budgeting System for Management Control of International Operations, and the use of Time-Share computer equipment. Mr. Reichman’s education includes an MBA from Northeastern University, through the Harvard Case Study Program, as well as specialized education in business and scientific theory from The Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania and IBM Systems Scientific Institute. Mr. Reichman resides in New York City.
Kathy M. Griffin – President
Kathy M, Griffin, President of Global Tech Industries Group, Inc., is also member of the Board of Directors and has been with the Global Tech Industries Group for eight years. Prior to that, Mrs. Griffin worked in marketing and sales, new business development and general business management. She started her career at Superior Brands, Inc., where from December 1977 to December 1990 she held several positions, including internationals Marketing Manager. She was responsible for the successful start-up and implementation of the first international joint venture for Superior Brands, Inc. In addition, she managed Koning US, Inc., a consumer products marketing company from 1993 to 2004, and, from January 2006 to February 2009, was employed as an executive in the New Business Development Group, by Specialized Technology Resources, Inc., a global provider of supply chain, corporate social responsibility, and consulting services. Mrs. Griffin’s education includes a Bachelor’s degree from Boston College University, and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Massachusetts John McCormick Graduate School of Policy and Global Studies