LJMN Media, Inc. Board Members


Henry Blodget is co-founder, Executive Chair of the Board and occasional columnist of Business Insider Inc., a global journalism organization with more than 700 staff members and offices and affiliates in more than 17 countries. Insider's publications and programming reach more than 300 million people worldwide each month.

A former top-ranked Wall Street analyst, Henry is often a guest on CNBC, CNN, MSNBC, NPR, and other networks. He has contributed to The Atlantic, Slate, The New York Times, Fortune, New York, the Financial Times, and other publications. He has written extensively about technology and investing and is the author of "The Wall Street Self-Defense Manual: A Consumer's Guide to Investing."

Henry received a B.A. from Yale University. He was born in New York.


Devereux Chatillon is an experienced media and intellectual property attorney who specializes in the area of journalism and intellectual property rights counseling; licensing of digital and other content, strategic positioning and risk management; and prepublication advice. She works with large and small companies, including established firms and start-ups, to advise them on the use of every kind of content, from digital to audio-visual to traditional print. She also creates new templates for applications and content use across all platforms and provides general advice to clients in identifying and helping minimize legal risk.

Dev has spent many years at the highest levels of the corporate world, working at; Scholastic, Inc. (as Senior Vice President, Corporate Secretary & General Counsel); Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal LLP (now Dentons) (as Partner); Callaway Digital Arts, Inc., an Apple app developer (as VP Business Development); The New Yorker (as Vice President & General Counsel); and ABC (as Senior General Attorney).

Educated at New York University (JD, Law), where she served on the NYU Law Review, and Harvard University (AB, American History), Dev lives in New York City and practices in New York State. Dev is member of the Board of Trustees of the Practicing Law Institute, where she serves as Chair of the Board and also serves on the Board of the Housatonic Youth Services Bureau. For over 10 years, she was an Adjunct Instructor in the Masters Program in Publishing at the NYU School of Professional Studies.

Dev has two grown daughters and has a house in Sharon, Conn.


Dave Colmar has lived in the Northwest Corner since 2010 and is a tech/marketing consultant and website designer with his own company founded in 2001. Previously he worked in film, living in Los Angeles and Europe. Dave is a graduate of Amherst College and Stanford University.


Noreen Doyle retired to her home in Salisbury, Conn., in 2019 having lived and worked in London from 1990 to 2019.

In her executive career, Noreen was First Vice President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development from 2001 to 2005. Prior to that, she was firm wide head of Risk Management. Before joining EBRD in 1992, Noreen held a number of position at Bankers Trust Company (now Deutsche Bank) specializing in natural resources and leveraged finance.

After retiring from EBRD, Noreen served on the board of Credit Suisse Group, Zurich, latterly as Vice Chair and Senior Independent Director. She also was chair of the board of Credit Suisse International, its major UK subsidiary. In 2015 she was appointed chair of the British Bankers Association. Noreen Doyle retired in 2021 from the board of Newmont Mining Corporation, the world’s largest gold producer, where she served as chair for five years.

Noreen is currently a Member of the Board of Governors of St Mary’s University in Twickenham, UK; a Trustee of Dominican Academy, NYC; and on the board of the Berkshire Opera Festival.

Noreen has a BA from the College of Mount Saint Vincent, Riverdale, New York, and an MBA from Tuck School at Dartmouth College. She holds US and Irish citizenship.


Dan Dwyer has owned and operated Johnnycake Books, seller of rare and collectible books, in Salisbury, Conn., for 21 years, all the while continuing involvement in public and civic affairs. After graduating from Georgetown University in 1974, Dan was on the original staff of the first Intelligence Committee of the U.S. Senate, and joined the Carter campaign in 1976, after which he worked for the press advance office at the White House. Following that, Dan worked in the corporate affairs department at CBS in Washington and NY before moving to Salisbury in 1986. Dan was the Democratic candidate for the Connecticut state Senate in 1992 and 1994 and since has served on a number of local and regional boards including Salisbury Planning and Zoning, Northwest Connecticut Community Foundation and Salisbury Family Services. Besides selling rare books, Dan is an independent theater writer; his reviews appear on his own website Off Script and regionally The Berkshire Edge. He is the U.S. reviewer for the German magazine Blickpunkt Musical and hosts a radio interview program on local Robin Hood Radio.


A Connecticut native, Robert Fish, attended Avon Old Farm School where he was editor of the yearbook and captain of the varsity swimming team. After graduating from Rollins College in Winter Park, FL, he founded, in 1991, the design firm Robert V. Fish & Associates, which specialized in residential architecture in Harcord, Fairfield and Litchfield Counties and won dozens of design awards. In recent years, Rob’s practice has focused on Litchfield County. He has served multiple terms on the boards of Sharon Land Trust and Sharon Playhouse. A resident of Sharon for 23 years, he now makes his home in Salisbury.


I’m an editor at Bloomberg Opinion, where I work mainly with writers specializing in politics, economics, law, public policy and finance. I work half-time, sharing a job with a colleague and alternating month-to-month (I handle the odd-numbered months). Before entering this transition to retirement two years ago, I was an editor and news executive at Bloomberg and the New York Times for six and 26 years respectively, having led various departments at both organizations. At the Times I served (among many jobs) as culture editor, metro editor and, for five years, manager of the newsroom’s transformation from print to web.

I’m a graduate of Amherst College and the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and was an Amherst trustee from 2003 to 2009. I’m now a member of the board of the Cornwall Chronicle, a monthly journal of life in our little northwest corner town.

Cornwall has been my full-time home since the start of the pandemic and a part-time refuge from New York City apartments since 1960, when my parents discovered the eccentric Cornwall community of Yelping Hill and began spending summers there, eventually building a house on Dibble Hill Road about a mile-and-a-half above the covered bridge. I enjoy hiking, bike riding and skiing; also opera, jazz, art museums and nonfiction writing. I once played the cello quite seriously and hope to pick it up again soon. I live with my wife of 40 years, Bonnie Vangilder, a retired TV news producer. Our daughter, Rachel, a geographer for the Census Bureau, lives in Spokane, WA. Our son, Aaron is a software executive with his own place on Dibble Hill Road and a home in New York. Grandchildren? We’re waiting eagerly.


Will was born in Manhattan, and raised in Nassau County, Long Island. After seven years of public school, and two years at Friends Academy in Locust Valley, he attended Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, from which he graduated in 1959. He then attended Princeton University, graduating in 1963.

After graduation, Will enlisted in the Navy, and attended Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island, and was commissioned an Ensign in June of 1964. He then served four years of active duty at U.S. Naval bases in Argentina, Newfoundland, and Yokosuka, Japan.

Upon returning to civilian life in the spring of 1968, Will joined his family business, George Little Management, Inc., a producer and manager of trade shows, featuring consumer products at the wholesale level. Will and his partners sold the business in 2007, at which time he retired.

Will married Helen Y. Chiu in 1974, and they have maintained their primary residence in New York City ever since, but have enjoyed and been involved in the

life of the Lakeville area, where they have owned two homes, starting in 1983. They have two children, Thea and Christopher.

At various times, Will has served on the Boards of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of NYC; Bates College; WAMC Northeast Public Radio; the Nantucket Historical Association; the Southern Poverty Law Center; and The Lakeville Journal Company. He has also been involved for many years, with Democratic Party politics, mostly on the Federal level.

He is one of 537 members of the Nixon’s Enemies List!


In his four decades of investigative journalism reporting, Brian Ross has made a career of bringing justice to disenfranchised and exposing government corruption and corporate wrongdoing around the world.

His stories have earned him the fury of Presidents, Prime Ministers, corporate

executives and Mafia bosses, along with every major broadcast journalism award many times over, including 19 Emmys, six Peabodys and five Columbia DuPont awards.

Ross is also the author of the New York Times best-selling book The Madoff Chronicles, detailing the crimes of financial fraudster Bernard Madoff.

Ross currently serves as Chief Investigative Correspondent of the Law and Crime Network, which he joined in 2018 after 40 years of similar roles at ABC News and NBC News.

A graduate of the University of Iowa, Ross began his career in Waterloo, Iowa and worked at television stations in Miami and Cleveland before becoming an NBC News network correspondent.

Larry Walsh is an advisor to corporate management and boards on a broad range of issues related to crisis preparedness and reputational risk. As Vice Chairman of the Hawthorn Group, a Virginia based public affairs firm, he works with companies in nearly every industry and region to develop and implement issues management programs and to provide real-time crisis management support. He joined Hawthorn from Marsh McLennan, where he was Managing Director, Marsh Risk Consulting.
Walsh has more than 25 years’ experience in public affairs and issues management; from restructuring and bankruptcy, to shareholder litigation, management turnover, data breach and government inquiries. And, he has advised a wide array of companies—electric and water utilities, financial services, healthcare, technology, professional services—and industry trade groups on positioning programs, communications planning and training.
He is a former Managing Director of Hill & Knowlton in London and New York, where he ran the firm’s corporate group, and prior to that was a Special Assistant to the President in the Carter Administration.
He was a long-term member of the board of Youth INC, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of young people in New York City, and continues to serve on its Sustaining Board. In the past, he has served on the board of the Connecticut Audubon Society and on the Business Committee of the Wildlife Conservation Society. He is a member of the Lotos Club in New York City, one of America’s oldest literary clubs, and the Sharon Country Club. He and his wife, Gael Doar, live on the family’s farm in Millerton, NY.