Theodore P. (Ted) Janulis serves as the 43rd President of The Explorers Club, elected in March, 2015.
He joined the Explorers Club in 1995 and has served as Assistant Treasurer, Chair of Public Lectures and Chair of the Development Committee and prior to his election, as a Club Special Director.
Active in pursuing his passion for ocean exploration, Janulis was selected as the 1981 Rolex/Our World Underwater Scholar, giving him the opportunity to work with leaders in ocean exploration. He also participated in a number of expeditions including a U.S. Geological Survey to the Marquesas Keys, and a search of one of Piet Heyn's ships off Bimini Island. Not long after, he joined an expedition to the Northwest Passage to document the wreck of the HMS Breadalbane, one of the many ships lost in the search for Sir John Franklin and his crew. More recently, Janulis co-led an Explorers Club Flag Expedition to the Gardens of The Queen Marine Reserve in Cuba.
A graduate of Harvard College, he received his MBA from Columbia Business School and has since spent 30 years in the financial services industry, currently serving as Chief Executive Officer of CRT Capital LLC, an independent institutional broker-dealer based in Stamford, Connecticut and New York City.
Active in many civic organizations, Janulis has served on the Boards of the Ronald McDonald House of New York City; the International Center of Photography; the Film Society of Lincoln Center; The Livingston Ripley Waterfowl Sanctuary; and Zawadi By Youth. He has also been a member of the Advisory Council of the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History.
Janulis and his wife Barbara have three children and reside in New York City.