Founded his own company, Lamont Digital Systems, in 1984. Now known as Campus Televideo, the company serves over 200 campuses and over 1 million college students across the country with foreign language, distance learning and cable television services. A graduate of the Yale School of Management, he has served as a policy member at the Brookings Institution, a fellow at the Institute of Politics at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, and currently serves as a professor and chair of the Arts and Sciences Public Policy Committee at CCSU. As chair of Connecticut’s State Investment Advisory Board, Ned oversaw the pension assets of our teachers and state employees. As a volunteer teacher, he taught business classes to Bridgeport high school students. In 2006, Ned took on the political establishment by running for and winning the Democratic nomination for United States Senate. Ned filed papers on November 4th, 2009 to form an exploratory committee to explore a potential campaign for Governor of Connecticut. Ned and his wife Annie have three teenaged and young adult children.