Scott McNealy is currently serving as an executive advisor and coach to Better Workplace. In this capacity Scott provides guidance and counsel to members of the Better Workplace team in such areas as strategic planning, business development, and community initiatives. Scott has no financial stake in the company; his role is voluntary and without remuneration.
Scott McNealy cofounded Sun Microsystems 28 years ago and built an iconic company that generated more than $200 billion in revenue during its independent existence. Scott describes his current focus as being "a husband, a father of four, and a coach, builder and leader of people who want to make a difference." We are fortunate and proud to have him as a contributor to the Better Workplace vision.
Maxwell Taylor Kennedy is currently serving as an executive advisor to Better Workplace. In this capacity Mr. Kennedy provides guidance and counsel to members of the Better Workplace management team in such areas as strategic planning, public policy, and community initiatives.
An American lawyer and author, Mr. Kennedy graduated from Harvard University and the University of Virginia Law School. He taught environmental studies at Boston College where he co-founded the Urban Ecology Institute. Mr. Kennedy served as a prosecutor for three years before he edited and collected his first book MAKE GENTLE THE LIFE OF THIS WORLD: The Vision of Robert Kennedy. Mr. Kennedy is currently a research fellow at the John Carter Brown Library for Advanced Research in History and the Humanities at Brown University.
Maxwell Kennedy is an avid SCUBA diver, and co-led an expedition that located the wrecks of a fleet of pirate ships off of Venezuela. He also participated in National Geographic Explorers search for PT 109. Mr. Kennedy currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife Vicki and their children, Maxey, Summer and Noah.