NAMIC Unveils 10th Executive Leadership Development Program Class

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The National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communications has announced the 10th class of its Executive Leadership Development Program.
Presented in partnership with the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management, NAMIC's ELDP has graduated nearly 300 executives of color. The first session of the 2010-2011 class, 43 members strong, is scheduled for Oct. 12-15.
Targeting upper-middle executives of color - with a minimum of two years at the director level, and above -- the curriculum was customized for NAMIC by the Anderson School's Office of Executive Education Programs. In turn, NAMIC has overall stewardship of the program, including the selection of each class from the talented pool of industry nominees.
Over the course of four sessions, the NAMIC ELDP addresses many of the challenges faced by executives of color in the workplace and, equally as important, the key business competencies that all executives must acquire to build and sustain successful careers-careers anchored by flexible leadership, enlightened use of power, and skill in mining the riches of diverse teams.

"Over the past decade, ELDP has emerged as one of the most respected leadership development programs in our industry and we are honored to provide this vital resource for increasing the pipeline of executives of color," said NAMIC president Kathy Johnson in a statement.

The members of ELDP Class X are:
Sissy Abraham, senior director, Human Capital Management Solutions, Comcast
Justin Antony, vice president, Music and Talent, MTV Networks
Lourdes Arocho, vice president, Toys and Games, Nickelodeon Consumer Products
Carlos Astolfi, senior vice president and regional controller, Turner Broadcasting
Kenetta Bailey, senior vice president, Marketing, We tv
Armando Benitez, senior director, Production, ESPN
Paul Biava, area vice president, Operations, Comcast

Brian Broughton, senior production counsel, BET Networks
Selina Campbell, director, Customer Care, Cox Communications
Roxanne Cloutier, vice president, Corporate Applications/Enterprise Applications, Turner Broadcasting
Lynne Davis, director, Public Relations and Talent Development, Scripps Networks/HGTV
Marina Escobar, senior director, ESPN Creative Technology, ESPN
Monica Franklin, director, Human Resources - Michigan Region, Comcast
Lino Garcia, general manager, ESPN Deportes, ESPN
Rachel Gehris, director, Partner Marketing, MTV Networks
Terrill Gosa, senior director of Operations, Time Warner Cable
Renita Griskel, project director, Emerging Media Content, Scripps Networks
Camille Hammond, senior director, Field Sales, Disney & ESPN Networks
Abe Jennings, vice president of Operations, Comcast of Northern Virginia, Comcast
Ajamu Johnson, director, Supplier Diversity, Comcast
Walter Jones, director of Field Services, Cox Communications
Abu Khan, vice president/general manager, Comcast
Andy Ko, finance director, MTV Networks
Alana Moton, director, Field Marketing, Discovery Communications
Takashi Nakano, director, National Accounts, Scripps Networks International
LaTanya Newt, director, Original Programming, BET Networks
Juan Otero, senior director and policy consultant, Comcast
Janet Parker, vice president, Human Resources, Time Warner Cable
Lavatus Powell, vice president and senior counsel, MTV Networks
Tamara Ratliff, director, MTV Networks
Sharmila Ravi, senior director, Communications Product Management, Comcast
Teasa Reeves, director, L&D Operations - Southeast, Comcast
Janelle Rodriguez, director of Programming, CNN
Armando Ruiz, vice president, Engineering, Time Warner Cable
Lateef Sarnor, director, BET Networks
Dhanusha Sivajee, director, Advanced Products & Online/Digital Marketing, HBO
Julie Sun, senior director, Digital Marketing, MTV Networks
Lanze Thompson, vice president, Finance, Turner Broadcasting
Vineet Wadhwa, vice president, Finance, Time Warner Cable
Raymond Wong, finance director, Cox Communications
William Wong, account director, National Accounts Field Ops, Scripps Networks
Meesun Woo, senior director, Sales/Finance and Media Systems, A&E Television Networks
Meghann Wu, senior director, Strategy and Business Development, MTV Networks

Find out more information about the NAMIC Executive Leadership Development Program or other NAMIC education initiatives here.,

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