Donal Toole has worked with the Christian Science Monitor since 2004, initially developing the business models used to transform the daily newspaper into a digital first media company. More recently he led the turnaround of the syndication business, improving profitability 400% by refocusing on aggregators and other business-to-business opportunities to replace declining news service revenues. Prior to joining the Monitor in he spent several years as a management consultant with firms including Mitchell Madison Group and Australian Consulting Partners. His work focused on responding to changes in the competitive landscape with engagements ranging from starting a phone company in Somalia to M&A strategy Fortune 1000 clients. A 1997 graduate of Yale School of Management he also holds degrees in accounting Bentley College and a BA from Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand and is co-chair of the Yale Alumni Journalism Association. Expertise: Financial Modeling, Web Analytics, Business Case Development, Forecasting, Operational Analysis, Corporate Strategy, Competitive Analysis.