Kevin T. Brady, Ph.D. is the founder and CEO of Hibernian Global Education Initiative, Inc. Long considered a leading, accomplished visionary in education,  Dr. Brady has created professional development systems for teachers that have greatly increased student academic achievement throughout the United States.  Earlier, he had created companies and institutions that have established premium connections throughout the nation. Dr. Brady had founded and served as President of CICERO Systems (formerly the American Institute for History Education), located in Swedesboro, N.J. Dr. Brady is also the Founder of Franklin’s Opus, a (50c(c)3) nonprofit organization of historians, scholars, and education specialists that supports teaching history in American schools.  He created the highly acclaimed Liberty Fellowships® that have greatly increased teacher content knowledge and student achievement in thousands of schools across the United States. Furthermore, Dr. Brady has created CODiE and AEP award-winning online resources, such as CICERO History Beyond the Textbook®; CICERO Kids™, and Sojourner History™.  He developed the New Jersey Amistad Commission’s online African-American History & Culture curricula, and he wrote the New Jersey Italian, Italian-American Commission’s, infusion curriculum.  He has written articles in numerous publications.

Brady served on the renowned Malvern Retreat House Board of Directors and has served on the Bishop Guilfoyle School Board, and the Guardian Angels Regional Catholic School Board. Moreover, he served on the New Jersey Council for the Social Studies Board of Directors, and the New Jersey Council for History Education Board of Trustees.  Dr. Brady served as the Director of the Center for Strategic Urban Community Leadership’s Institute for Best Practices and Innovations in Urban Education at Rutgers University, Camden and as Director of Operations at the LEAP Academy University Charter School, at Rutgers, Camden. He also served as Vice President for Education Programs at the Bill of Rights Institute (BRI), in Washington, DC.  There he created, managed, and edited the BRI’s initial flagship resources, The Bill of Rights and You, among other BRI products.

Previously Dr. Brady planned, produced, and taught high school courses in U.S. History, Western Civilization, World History, Ethnic Studies, Law, Economics, Political Science, Public Policy, and Philosophy. In addition to teaching middle school and high school, he served as an assistant professor at Georgian Court University, teaching graduate, and undergraduate classes; as an adjunct professor of history at Temple University, Camden County College and Cumberland County College. On the collegiate and graduate levels, Dr. Brady taught U. S. History and World History, Western Civilization, Irish/Irish-American History, and various education courses.

Dr. Brady received both his Doctorate and Master’s Degree in history from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree, magna cum laude, and won the Excellence in History award from the University of Scranton, PA where he majored in history, with minors in philosophy and theology.

Sarina Ko, M.A. is Executive Vice President of Hibernian Global Education Initiative.  She is a Global Education & Training Specialist, has an expansive portfolio of taking visions and concepts and turning them into reality through sound strategic development. She intuitively sees the threads of opportunity for program development growth and global education management. Ms. Ko is a forward-thinking leader who inspires action while at the same time is well versed in education advancements that lever global alliances. Respected as a credible voice in decision-making, identifying strategic education partners, and establishing dynamic cutting-edge programs, Ms. Ko earns respect wherever she serves.

Currently, as Executive Vice President at Hibernian Global Education Initiative, a privately held, global technology & entrepreneurial education company, Ms. Ko oversees the Asia operations of a vanguard corporation. She is spearheading major strategic shifts for transforming the access of quality education from a regional functional focus to a facilitator of innovation for global academic and social integration.

Previously, Ms. Ko founded and served as President and Director of International Affairs for US-China Education Foundation, a California Private Operating Foundation (50c(c)3). She also served as the Founder and Managing Director of People Matters, an Academic and Training Company that consulted with California universities as well as Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and corporations.

Some of her previous clients included TEN – The Enterprise Network at NASA AMES, 3Com, Totally Games, The Portman Hotel, Talent+, San Francisco State University, and Stanford University. Ms. Ko holds an MA in Counseling – with honors, from The University of San Francisco, BA from San Francisco State University, and a number of California State credentials and certifications. SRI/Gallup Group identified Ms. Ko as being in the top 1% of Executive Management Talent. Ms. Ko has also been profiled in various print media about her extensive education exchange efforts throughout China.

Glenn Moeckelmann brings his global business and IT experience to executive teams. While working as an engineer for an RF plasma company in the early 90s Mr. Moeckelmann met Bob Daigle, a known International Business Delegate and together with him and a team of executives worked exclusively with Fortune 500 companies certifying them to expand globally via the recognized prestigious ISO-9000 Certification process of benchmarking. Trained in change management processes and principles. Daily use of agile and scrum methods for most effective delivery of customer-centric solutions and upgrades. Since the early 90s he has worked with several hundred start-up companies.

In the Bay Area he worked with Nortel Communications implementing a $3M dollar project migrating 60,000 plus users into various platforms and systems internationally. Other companies include Applied Bio Systems, Visa, Inc., Leapfrog, Level 4 Systems, BitMicro and numerous start-ups. Mr. Moeckelmann has held various management positions ranging from CEO of start-ups to director positions of larger firms.

Other highlights include a two year writing contract with IDG Books (the largest publisher for tech books) for the Information Technology and Business sections of their publications. He holds a BS in Management Information Systems from University of San Francisco and an MA from Dallas Theological Seminary. Serve as a mentor with Global Silicon Valley Labs (gsvlabs.com), which has over 145 startup companies within their organization.


  • Investment proposals from an IT point of view as well as alliances and business strategy
    § Ability to analyze define, design and review the business and IT solution architecture
    § Hands on UI (user interface) design both on front-end and backend (customer interface and administration)
    § Expert in using off-shore outsourcing and working with non-profits and global corporations

Steve Graham is President of Graham Communications, a full-service marketing firm specializing in video production, web design, and social media marketing.  Steve’s history content videos for CICERO Systems have appeared on award-winning history curriculum online resources, and are featured on TeacherTube.com, a global teaching resource website.  One of the videos, featuring an interview with a WWII (D-Day) veteran, reached over 31 million views.

Steve won the 2016, 2017, 2018 SJ Biz Magazine “Best of Biz” Award; the 2018 Salem County Chamber of Commerce “Best of Business” Award for Video Production, and the 2016, 2017, 2018 Gloucester County Chamber “Best of Gloucester County” Award.  He was the marketing director for for CICERO Systems. Today Steve markets for schools in Diocese of Camden., a new charter school in Passaic County, along with many other clients in New Jersey.