Leo Hindery, Jr.
Leo Hindery, Jr. is a Director of West Virginia Media Holdings LLC. He is also Chairman of Teach for America; Vice Chairman of the Museum of Television & Radio; and a Director of the Daniels Fund, the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, the International Radio & Television Society, the Library of Congress Trust Fund and Victory Junction Gang Camp. In 1998, Leo was International Cable Executive of the Year, and he received the Foundation Award of the International Radio & Television Society, the Executive Achievement Award of the National Association of Minorities in Cable, the CTPAA president’s Award for Outstanding Commitment to Public Affairs, and the Joel A. Berger Award for his leadership in AIDS and HIV awareness and initiatives. In 1999, Leo was named cable television Operator of the Year, received from the National Cable Television Association its Distinguished Vanguard Award for Leadership, and was named by Business Week as one of he Top 25 Executives of the Year. Leo graduated from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business in 1971, where he earned a master of business administration degree. He is a graduate with honors of Seattle University.
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