Elizabeth Schwartz, Ph. D., President/Executive Producer, served as Assistant Superintendent in the Ladue School District from 1972 until 1995. While in Ladue, she produced a video series on Logo programming and constructivist learning featuring MIT's Seymour Papert. She was named Scholastic Publication´┐Żs Computer Educator of the Year and served on their Advisory Board for three years. In 1995 she established The Evergreen Project and developed over 30 educational media and web-based products for the K-12 market. In January 2000 Evergreen was sold to Ask Jeeves Inc., a California-based Internet company. Thereafter, Bettie served as Vice President of Teaching. Since 2002 she has been Executive Producer for Schwartz & Associates in St. Louis, producing numerous educational media and interactive products. In 2004 she was named one of St. Louis's outstanding businesswomen by The St. Louis Business Journal. Bettie is a graduate of Texas Christian University. She received her M.A.Ed. from Washington University and her Ph.D. in Education from St. Louis University.

 
Tyler Schwartz, Producer, now heads MathBRIX, a new venture that began with an NSF/SBIR grant to S&A. He began his career as a member of the Evergreen curriculum development team and assisted in marketing the product travelling to trade shows, special events and developing strategic partnerships, so he always is interested in startups! He has produced a number of interactive productions for the iPod/iPad and web that have won numerous awards: Remote Viewing for the Saint Louis Art Museum (2007) and Exploring the City of the Sun for the Cahokia Mounds World Heritage site (2009, 2010). He also produced two award-winning animated DVDs: Kurt Warner's Good Sports Gang (2005) and Mary Engelbreit's Night Before Christmas (2006). He has a B.S. in economics from Wesleyan University in Connecticut and a M.P.A. from Columbia University in New York.

 
William Schwartz, Producer/Creative Director, has created scores of fine arts, educational, business-to-business, documentary and entertainment films throughout his thirty-five year career. Bill's work has been recognized by over 80 national and international awards, including Emmy, CINE Gold Eagle, Telly and other recognition from leading media competitions. Along with directing creative strategy and production for Schwartz & Associates clientele, he is currently developing non-fiction properties for television. Bill received a Distinguished Alumnus Award from the University of Missouri-Columbia where he holds degrees in English and Journalism. His professional associations include the Directors Guild of America.

 
Kirby Graber, Writer, Director and Videographer, has over 30 years of experience in all facets of filmmaking. He has produced and photographed national television commercials, music videos, and corporate image presentations. His diverse body of work also includes numerous travel films and award-winning documentaries on a multitude of varied subjects including barn-storming evangelists, over-the-road truckers, and Pope John Paul II's historic initial visit to America's heartland. He has been a member of the Schwartz & Associates team since 1985. Kirby holds a B.A. in Speech and Dramatic Art from the University of Iowa.