Adam Huttler is the founder and executive director of Fractured Atlas, a national non-profit that provides technology-driven infrastructure for the cultural sector. He has a B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College and an M.B.A. from New York University. Since forming Fractured Atlas in 1998, he has grown the organization from a one-man-band housed in an East Harlem studio apartment to a broad-based national service organization with an annual budget of $15 million. Adam serves on a number of boards and steering committees, including those of thePerforming Arts Alliance, the National Network of Fiscal Sponsors, NYC's One Percent for Culture campaign, and the Bay Area Video Coalition. Adam is also the founder and managing partner of Gemini SBS, which develops web-based software for non-profits and public agencies, and RESTful Labs, a start-up that provides practical tools for software engineers.