Prior to launching Tweedl, Mr. Abrahams was the Chief Financial Officer for a major and influential music legend and mogul. There he oversaw all financial activities of the various operating companies and investments built and cultivated by this music mogul, as well as their personal business and financial matters. He also helps to identify and pursue strategic investments that expand the reach and influence for this mogul in entertainment, media, fashion, spirits, culture, and other sectors.

Prior to joining this music mogul, Mr. Abrahams provided independent strategic, transactional, and financial consulting services and solutions to private equity firms. Before that, he was the CFO and a Partner for New Venture Partners LLC, a venture capital firm that establishes close, long-term relationships with global technology corporations to commercialize innovations through spin-out ventures. And, prior to that, Mr. Abrahams worked as an executive in the Corporate Finance group at Ernest & Young, LLP, where he focused on providing M&A and private capital sourcing services to the technology, communications, and healthcare/managed care industries for venture-backed and owner-managed businesses.

Mr. Abrahams holds a BS in Accounting from Virginia State University (summa cum laude) and an MBA from The Harvard Business School. He is a lifetime member of the National Black MBA Association and the NAACP. He is also a recipient of The Network Journal Forty under Forty Award.
Mr. Harrell was a music industry and business advisor to Tweedl, until his untimely passing. With credentials in film, television, music and branding, Andre has helped influence and create urban and Millennial culture around the world.

Andre founded Uptown Records and Management, where he launched the careers of Mary J. Blige, Jodeci, Al B. Sure, Anthony Hamilton, and The Lost Boyz. He also mentored hip-hop mogul, Sean "Puffy" Combs. Andre is responsible for changing the sound of R&B music; by the end of 1994, Billboard Magazine ranked Uptown, amongst all major labels, second for the number of charted R&B singles and fifth for the number of R&B charted albums.

In 1995 Mr. Harrell became the president and CEO of Motown Records. During his five-year tenure, he oversaw the careers of Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, and Queen Latifah. After four decades, having a hit record in each, Andre continues to have his hand on the pulse of music, executive producing the biggest single in the history of radio: "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke and Pharrell.
Mr. Phillips serves as a Technology and business advisor to Tweedl. Prior to Infor, Mr. Phillips was President of Oracle Corporation and a member of its Board of Directors. During his seven and a half year-tenure, the company tripled in size and successfully acquired 70 companies.  Prior to Oracle, Mr. Phillips was a Managing Director in the Technology Group at Morgan Stanley, where he was an Institutional Investor All Star for ten consecutive years.

Before his 18-year career on Wall Street, Chuck was a Captain in the U.S. Marine Corps in the 2nd Battalion, 10th Marines artillery unit. In 2012, Chuck was the guest speaker at the Marine Corps' 237th birthday ball for his old unit, after their return from Afghanistan.

Mr. Phillips holds a BS in computer science from the U.S. Air Force Academy, a JD from New York Law School, and an MBA from Hampton University; he is also a member of the Georgia State Bar. Mr. Phillips also served on the Obama Administration's Economic Recovery Board, led by Paul Volcker.
Julie Chi formerly served as an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley and had been with the firm for approximately 15 years with a focus on change management, business development, transformation strategy design and implementation for cost reduction for operational processes, and governance for risk mitigation across the institutional securities platform. Before joining Morgan Stanley, Julie was a VP at Goldman Sachs, Long Term Capital Management and Natwest Securities where she also help build businesses to provide scalable client service model and deliver upon an advanced technology infrastructure to support the Institutional Derivative Trading Businesses. She served as a key member of many industry forums and initiatives to ensure the firm was in alignment with the market and its competitors.

Julie is an active participant in the social community. She served as a Board Member of the Korean American Family Service Center, a leading non-profit organization that supports and empowers adults, youth, and children to lead safe and healthy lives based on dignity, compassion and mutual respect. They are committed to preventing and ending domestic violence, sexual assault, and relationship abuse, and creating a violence-free society. For the past 3 years, she was the Gala Co. Chairs where she and her team lead the fund-raising events. She also served on the Host Committee for 2017 Dumbo Dance Festival, supporting the international artist to appreciate dance. Finally, she served on the founding board of the MYSELFMYLIFE, LLC, the owner and developer of b.Me, a unique personal well-being data integration App that help people strive and maintain healthy life style and choices.

Julie is also a Partner at CMS Talent Management, an artist development company with a focus in urban music.