Retired Vice President of Operations at The Washington Post where he was responsible for production operations, engineering, information technology and large capital projects.
While Vice President of Production, Michael was appointed Chairman of The Post’s Futures Committee with responsibility for driving The Post’s Capital spending strategy. In 1994, Michael directed the successful $250 million recapitalization of The Post’s printing and production facilities, including the construction of a new plant in College Park, Maryland. In 2000, Michael was promoted to the position of Vice President of Operations where he was also responsible for Systems and Information Technology.
In March of 2009 Michael accepted the temporary position of President and Chief Operating Officer of INVISION Inc. INVISION is the leading provider of advertising planning and sales solutions to the media industry and is trusted by the leading media content providers to manage over $13 billion in advertising revenue each year.
Michael graduated with honors from the University of Maryland where he earned a degree in Business Management. In 1988, he attended the extended PMD Program at Harvard Business School.
Michael has served on the Industry Advisory Board of Rochester Institute of Technology. He also served on the Technology Advisory Board of the Newspaper Association of America. He is a member of the Board of Governors of The Packard Foundation for ALS Research at Johns Hopkins. He is also a board member of Habitat for Humanity, Washington Metro Region. Michael is also a licensed Private Pilot.
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