The Page Center founders
Edward 'Ed' M. Block
Block served as senior vice president for public relations, advertising and employee information at AT&T from 1974 to 1986. It was during his time at the telephone company that he was introduced to the works of Arthur W. Page who was the first to hold Block’s position at AT&T between 1927 and 1946.
Lawrence 'Larry' G. Foster
Foster was chair or co-chair of the Page Center's advisory board since its founding in 2004. During his 33-year tenure at Johnson & Johnson, Foster guided the critically acclaimed response to the company’s Tylenol crisis as the corporate vice president of public relations. In 2004, Foster established the Page Center to advance the values of integrity through the Page Principles.
John 'Jack' A. Koten
During Koten's career he worked in a variety of operating, financial and corporate communications departments for Illinois Bell, AT&T, New Jersey Bell and Ameritech Corp. After he retired, Koten organized The Wordsworth Group, a consulting firm dedicated to assisting non-profit organizations to improve their management practices, reputation and revenues.