May 25th, 2012 by hartsem
Ned Lamont is Founder and Chairman of Lamont Digital Systems, a privately held company which provide telecommunications services to over one million college students on 250 college campuses. He is also a Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Political Science at Central Connecticut State University in New Britain, CT, a significant promotion having previously taught at Yale School of Management, Harvard Institute of Politics, and Harding High in Bridgeport, CT.
Ned was the Democratic candidate of US Senate from Connecticut in 2006, winning the primary against incumbent Senator Joe Lieberman and then losing to him in the general election. There is no rubber match planned. He was also a candidate for Governor in 2010, albeit briefly.
Ned serves on the Board of Mercy Corp, a $400million NGO which focuses on economic development and entrepreneurship in the Middle East. He is also on the board of Conservation Services Group, the nation’s largest residential energy efficiency company as well as The Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
Ned’s wife Annie is a partner at Oak Investment Partners, where she specializes in financial services and health information technology. She continues to be very active at Stanford University, where their daughter Lindsay is a Junior. Emily graduated from Harvard and is an associate at Marwood, and Teddy is a Senior at Brunswick High school in Greenwich, Connecticut.