Board of Directors



Michiel Kotting started working in technology as an entrepreneur in Silicon Valley in 1999, when he founded Digital Jones, an online shopping assistant. He successfully sold the company to, a company he then helped manage from New York and Israel. Currently, at Accel Partners he focuses on consumer internet and SME enabling investments.

Before joining Accel, he was based in Amsterdam helping start-up companies with strategy and funding. Prior to that, he managed the local operations of a global healthcare company in Latin America after spending time at their US headquarters as assistant to the CEO. He started his career as a consultant at The Boston Consulting Group. Michiel has an MSc in Applied Physics from Delft University of Technology and an MBA with high distinction from Harvard Business School.


Caroline Coleman is the author of “Loving Søren” and two blogs: A Chapter a Day and A Girl Needs Her Coffee. She has been helping writers to find their ‘voice’ for many years, teaching craft workshops and giving her time one-on-one. She urges writers, novice as well as seasoned, to be brave and to keep faith in the creative process. The standard she upholds as a writer is to explore all sides of human nature, remarkable or dark, for the sake of arriving at the truth. Caroline is a graduate of Princeton, Oxford, and Columbia Law School. She resides in Manhattan and her hometown of Locust Valley, New York.


Anna Linderum is currently a Vice President at Paulson & Co. Previously, she spent over 4 years at The Boston Consulting Group, advising companies in a range of industries. She has also worked at Google on the International Advertising Operations team. She received her MBA from Harvard Business School and her BA from Stanford University.

Anna has been an active runner/fundraiser in the fight to end blood cancer. In her first race, she raised over $12K in support of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and in her second race, she raised over $31K for multiple myeloma research at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Anna grew up in Africa and Sweden. She now lives in Manhattan.


Cherry Provost has over thirty years experience doing volunteer work for the arts and education. She was a Trustee of the Montclair Art Museum in New Jersey, as well as a Trustee of Bloomfield College and the President of the Montclair Adult School. She has served on the Board of Governors of The National Arts Club in Manhattan and was also President of their Literary Committee. She has her BA from Brown University and a two-year transcript from the Rhode Island School of Design. She worked as a textile designer and stylist in New York City and currently lives with her family in Montclair, New Jersey.


Darío Avram is a Partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, focusing on debt finance transactions, with experience representing corporate borrowers and private equity sponsors in a variety of complex secured and unsecured financings for U.S. and non-U.S. transactions, including leveraged mergers and acquisitions, first and second lien financings, mezzanine financings, ABL facilities and restructurings. Prior to joining Kirkland, Dario worked as an associate in the Finance group at Curtis Mallet and Fried Frank, and as an intern with Legal Affairs at the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, an agency of the U.S. Government. His Bar Admissions/Licensed Jurisdictions are New York and District of Columbia. While he grew up in California, and is a diehard 49ers fan, he considers Manhattan home.

  • Joshua Machinga

    I would like to invite the members of the board to visit us (Kenya) next year.

  • Joash Bii

    I love the combination of the Board of Directors for LTL. When it began I never imagined it would go this far. God bless LTL. Thank you.

  • Joshua Machinga

    Dear Clifford,

    My name is Joshua Machinga, of Lenana Girls High School based in Kitale, Kenya. I am writing to thank you for the publication Prime Number Magazine. I think we need such daring magazines more than ever. It touches every aspect of our lives.

    Keep up the good work.