Bob Dwyer is the founder and General Manager of MindFrames, LLC and is responsible for strategic planning and business development. He has over thirty years experience in communications that includes satellite, ITFS, cable television, multimedia, and publications and advertising. He has supervised and/or project managed electronic production and print design facilities and distance learning initiatives. Many of the programs he produced received national, regional, and local recognition and awards for print design and cable television programming.

Bob holds an Ed.M. in Interactive Technology in Education from Harvard University and prior to starting MindFrames, was a doctoral candidate in Educational Media and Technology at Boston University. He has written about satellite teleconferencing for 'The Journal for Research in the Workplace' and the Northeast Distance Learning Conference. He has presented at MacWorld VIP Education Seminars, the University of Connecticut's Regional Multimedia Conference, the New England Museum Association's Annual Conferences, the National Federation of Local Cable Programmers, and the Northeast Distance Learning Conference.

Bob served as the chairman for the Cape Cod Technology Council's (CCTC) Education & Training Committee and is active with local school systems in that capacity overseeing two educational initiatives; a Bell Atlantic/Verizon Ed Link grant awarded to the Cape Cod & the Islands School to Career program and a private grant intended to enhance classroom teachers' use of technology in the curriculum. In January 2001, Bob was elected to Cape Cod Technology Council's Board of Directors and is also a Trustee of "AtlantX," the Cape Cod Call Center. He is also an active member of the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce's Economic Development Committee and Pi Lambda Theta (International Honor and Professional Association In Education).

Bob's past professional activities includes: Duxbury Cable Committee (past chairman); Duxbury Historical Commission; National University Teleconference Network; International Teleconferencing Association (past regional representative) and the National Federation of Local Cable Programmers (past Membership chairman). Bob was also the project director for the Greater Brockton/Metro South "School to Career" program funded through the Massachusetts Department of Education.