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Bob Cramer has a unique background in technology, media, entrepreneurship and social activism. After co-founding ThePort in 1999, Bob became its full-time CEO in January, 2006, after spending more than a decade as CEO of his first start-up, A.D.A.M., Inc., now a successful publicly traded company. Bob still serves as A.D.A.M. Board Chairman.

Since 1986, Bob has served on the Board of the Metro-Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless, and is currently the Board Chairman, a position he has held for 12 years.

Recognized in Georgia for his entrepreneurial success and civic leadership, Bob was named an “Entrepreneur of the Year” by Catalyst magazine in 2002 and a “Top Forty Under Forty” business leader by Georgia Trend magazine in 1999. Bob started his career as an early employee in the New York bureau of CNN.

Bob lives in Atlanta, with his wife and three children, and is on the Board of Trustees of The Galloway School. Bob is the grandson of the late George J. Hecht, the founder and publisher for more than 50 years of Parents magazine.

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