Jack Albers is a payments counsel at PayPal with expertise in consumer protection, privacy laws, licensing of money service businesses and AML/KYC requirements. Additionally, he provides advice regarding regulatory compliance and industry standards.
Josef Albers immigrated to Black Mountain College from Germany, where he taught at the Bauhaus–an avant-garde art school shut down by Nazis–where his teaching philosophy made its mark on earlier work. But this 1935 piece does not express it fully, making its impact less clear than in earlier pieces by Josef Albers.
Early Life and Education
Once Albers graduated college, he practiced dentistry in his community for 33 years – proud of his accomplishments and committed to helping others. According to his family, he loved serving others.
He also wrote poetry, articles, and art theory books; among them his Interaction of Color book remains popular with art educators today. Additionally he created many murals and architectural commissions.
He and his wife reside in Roswell, Georgia where his sons play for their local club soccer team as fifth generation first responders; his daughter is an organ donor. Kathy Albers hopes her father’s story can provide hope and guidance to others suffering with alcoholism; it was important for him to talk openly about addiction due to personal experience.
After spending last season pitching in Korea where his performance was met with widespread derision, Albers is back home as the placekicks holder for Purdue where he previously started as a starting pitcher.
John established Albers Aerospace as a federal acquisitions company in 2015. John’s business approach and cultural philosophy were formed during his 24 years of service with the Marine Corps as an operational aviator and developmental test pilot.
Albers earned his law degree at the University of Baltimore before working as a criminal prosecutor with its state’s attorney’s office in Maryland, prosecuting criminal, DUI, juvenile, and traffic cases before circuit and district courts. Additionally, he currently sits on its Board of Trustees.
Achievement and Honors
Albers dedicated much of his life to teaching. After leaving Bauhaus, he taught at Black Mountain College and later Yale University where he helped expand their design program and implemented his philosophy of art as a process – his book Interaction of Color has since become a standard text in art education.
Designer of decorative projects including distinctive geometric fireplaces for the Rouse and DuPont houses; Facade for Yale Manuscript Society (1962); constellation pieces; as well as murals such as Two Portals and Manhattan.
He was an accomplished sportswriter, covering numerous national championship tournaments as a longtime sportswriter. Additionally, he attended 15 Masters Tournaments, 11 U.S. Opens, 10 World Series matches, eight Super Bowl games as well as attending Ali-Frazier heavyweight bout at Madison Square Garden as well as numerous NCAA basketball games.
Albers was known for his prolific output of paintings, prints, murals and art theory books during his lifetime; Interaction of Color remains one of his best-known works and is used by art students as a textbook.
After the Nazis shut down the Bauhaus in 1933, Albers was invited by architect Philip Johnson to teach at Black Mountain College in North Carolina until 1949 before accepting a 10-year post as chair of art at Yale University in New Haven Connecticut – teaching artists like Eva Hesse and Robert Rauschenberg among his students.
Albers was widely recognized by those who worked with him as being demanding, yet supportive of experimentation. Many former students consider him the most challenging and influential figure in their educational experience.
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Since 2002, Albers has hosted the Speaker Series to connect students with business leaders from Seattle and beyond. Speakers speak on topics of their choosing while answering audience queries and engaging students present. He has traded MINDP stock regularly over this 15 year span, trading 64 days on average with maximum trades at 228 units; as of December 2019 he still owns at least 14,800 shares of stock.