MBC Board Elects Four to Two-Year Terms

Elected to two-year terms were Jay Blunk, senior vice president of business operations for the Chicago Blackhawks; Michael Davies, co-owner, president and chief executive officer of AlphaZeta Inc.; Richard Fleming, executive vice president and chief financial offer at USG Corp.; and Tom Pence, national sales manager, curriculum division of Carolina Biological Supply.
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Four executives were elected to the board of directors of the Chicago-based Museum of Broadcast Communications.

Elected to two-year terms were Jay Blunk, senior vice president of business operations for the Chicago Blackhawks; Michael Davies, co-owner, president and chief executive officer of AlphaZeta Inc.; Richard Fleming, executive vice president and chief financial offer at USG Corp.; and Tom Pence, national sales manager, curriculum division of Carolina Biological Supply.

Blunk recently joined the Blackhawks after serving as the Chicago Cubs senior vice president of marketing and broadcasting. Fleming has held numerous senior management positions at USG. Pence is an executive in educational publishing who started his career as a radio announcer. Davies brings online, high-tech background and skills to the board.

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