Ilexa Yardley is a proven new business developer, with 40 years experience as a senior technologist and financial intermediary. For the first half of her career, Yardley developed and implemented large scale financial systems for clients and employers including the U.S. Treasury Internal Revenue Service, Irving Trust-BNY Mellon, Bankers Trust-Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, Exxon Mobil, AT&T. 

Systems included Black-Scholes pricing black-box for first currency options pricing system on Wall Street, first word processing system for Exxon-Mobil human resources recruitment, first at-sea data-centered marketing system for Exxon-Mobil customer acquisition and retention, first real-time daily receipts reporting from US Internal Revenue Service to US Treasury used to assess foreign borrowing requirements, trading floor sales analysis for Credit Suisse, marketing and sales analysis for Philip Morris, telecommunications installation support for Bank of New York-Mellon new operations center. Her focus and deliverable: more efficient process, less time.

For the second half of her career, Yardley was a technology consultant for American Management Systems, MCI Systemhouse, and Razorfish, as well as a business developer for private equity groups, investment banks, and other financial companies. She also was also an analyst for a private investigator, a consistent sales leader selling biotech products for ExpressScripts, and she, also, flipped real estate to stay afloat during business downturns. Her focus and deliverable: more effective process, less time.

Yardley is the editor for The-Circular-Theory on Medium.com.

Yardley's education includes, an MBA in finance, NYU Stern, an MS in education, SUNY (educational psychology, music concentration), a diploma in systems technology, NYU (before computer technology was considered a formal discipline), and post-graduate courses in mathematics, physics, philosophy and design, Harvard, Columbia, Rice Universities. 

Current projects include: strategic business development; build-out of strategic consulting firm to address global labor inequities (put underemployed professionals back to work) (monetize universal circularity) and upgrade humanity's insights and thinking to track with technological advancements. Focus and deliverable: circularity as the basis for the monetization and most effective (and efficient) utilization of time.

Author The Circular Theory & Founder Integrated Thought Institute  

Yardley figured out the core dynamic in nature is the conservation of a circle (universal duplicity) (absolute infinite intelligence, relativity, uncertainty, entanglement). Partnered with Brian D. Josephson, Nobel Laureate physicist, Cambridge University, Mind-Matter Unification project. Self-published 600+ titles on Amazon, and explained them on Medium and Twitter to give any person and-or organization unfettered access to the insight.

Founded a virtual (and real) educational facility based on natural neural networks and markets, proving the core driver in all institutions is debt (fixed income). Special emphasis on the unlimited circular relationship between an asset and a liability (virtual reality) as the main deliverer of sales results (core dynamic in Nature). Figured out the algorithmic relationship between artificial and actual intelligence (see The Master Algorithm on Amazon).

Untangled the mandatory complementary perspective (argument as the basis for everything) basis for provable science. Pointed out a hidden circle (quantum entanglement) is the basis for Einstein's relativity, Jung's archetypes, Noether's theorem (formally referenced at Lindau 66th 65th 64th meeting Nobel Laureates 2016 2012 2008).  Documented the circular relationship between time and space (symbolic and physical reality) as the basis for self-sufficiency (identity) (all systems, disciplines).

Conservation of the Circle is easily identified 'core dynamic in nature.'