After 28 years at the helm of the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council, Co-founder and President David Honig is stepping down.
The MMTC has hired NAACP exec Kim Keenan to succeed him.
Keenan comes to the MMTC from the NAACP where she was general counsel and secretary. Previously, she was the principal of her own law firm and worked in the litigation practices of two others over an 18-year span. A litigator and civil rights attorney, Keenan is a past president of the District of Columbia Bar as well as the National Bar Association.
Honig, meanwhile, is now general counsel and president emeritus of the MMTC, and will continue to lead the media organization’s media and telecom brokerage operations and advise on certain FCC issues.