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TRADE ORGANIZATION

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Herbert M. Baum
Business
6-Dec-1936   CEO of Dial Corporation, 2000-05
Frank A. Bennack, Jr.
Business
12-Feb-1933   CEO of Hearst, 1979-2002
Cathleen Black
Business
26-Apr-1944   New York City Schools Chancellor, 2010-11
Reginald K. Brack
Business
26-Aug-1937   CEO of Time Inc., 1986-94
Louis Caldera
Government
1-Apr-1956   US Secretary of the Army, 1998-2001
Charles B. Fruit
Business
c. 1947 27-May-2008 Chief Marketing Officer at Coca-Cola, 2004-06
Bruce S. Gordon
Business
15-Feb-1946   President of the NAACP, 2005-07
Robert J. Herbold
Business
24-Jul-1942   COO of Microsoft, 1994-2001
Steven J. Heyer
Business
c. 1952   CEO of Starwood Hotels, 2004-07
Robert M. Johnson
Publisher
14-Jul-1945   Publisher of Newsday, 1986-94
William T. Kerr
Business
17-Apr-1941   CEO of Meredith Corporation, 1997-2006
Stephen M. Lacy
Business
c. 1954   CEO of Meredith Corporation
Debra L. Lee
Business
1955   CEO of BET Networks
Edward Lewis
Publisher
15-May-1940   Founder of Essence magazine
Edward N. Ney
Business
26-May-1925   CEO of Young & Rubicam, 1970-86
Martin A. Nisenholtz
Business
c. 1955   VP Digital Operations, New York Times Co.
Michael I. Roth
Business
c. 1946   CEO of Interpublic Group
Sheryl Sandberg
Business
28-Aug-1969   COO of Facebook
David Satcher
Government
2-Mar-1941   US Surgeon General, 1998-2002
Charles H. Townsend
Business
c. 1945   CEO of Condé Nast
H. Robert Wientzen
Business
?   Direct Marketing Association


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