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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
 
  EDITORS:
  Nathan Gardels
  Editor
  Leila Conners Petersen
  Associate Editor
  Connie Pollock
  Associate Editor
  Lillian Kimbell
  Business & Marketing Director
  Beverly Booth Childers
  Executive Adminstrator
  Steven Rachwal
  Design & Art Direction

  BOARD OF ADVISORS:
  Bruce Babbitt
  Walter Dean Burnham
  Joan Didion
  Sidney Drell
  Carlos Fuentes
  Marvin L. Goldberger

  Ryszard Kapuscinski
  Abraham Lowenthal
  Walter Russell Mead
  Ronald Steel
  Lester Thurow

  BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

  Stanley K. Sheinbaum
  Chair and Founding Publisher
  Richard Dennis
  President
  Michael Douglas
  Nathan Gardels
  Alan L. Gleitsman
  Mickey Kantor
  Win McCormack
  Sol Price
  Stanley K. Sheinbaum
  Oliver Stone

  EDITORIAL CONTACT INFO:
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  ngardels@earthlink.net
  Tel: 310-474-0011
  Fax 310-474-8061


Alan L. Gleitsman


Alan Gleitsman began his business career in New York City in sales for Sterling Television, a television program distribution company that later became The Walter Reade Organization. In 1970, he started Alan Enterprises, Inc. in Los Angeles, specializing in the syndication of television programs in the United States. By the time he sold the company in 1986, he had acquired the rights to a substantial library of motion pictures, cartoons and series, and was actively involved in distribution to television and video throughout the world.

Alan Gleitsman launched The Gleitsman Foundation in 1989 based on the belief that if attention is brought to those who have made a positive impact on society, others will realize that determined individuals can indeed make a difference.The foundation honor individuals who, through courage and commitment, have initiated social change.

In addition to the foundation, Gleitsman has initiated a scholarship program at UCLA designed to help attract outstanding medical students to the field of geriatrics; been honored by the University of Southern California for his contributions to cancer research; participated in the International Peace Walk in the Soviet Union; and established a scholarship program at the high school he attended in Great Neck, New York that is awarded annually to the school's most outstanding graduate.

He currently serves on the Boards of Directors of a number of organizations devoted to civil liberties, human rights and peace. Gleitsman is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Human Rights Watch, California. Born in 1930 in Brooklyn, New York, Gleitsman received his A.B. in Economics from Cornell University in 1951. He has established four Cornell Tradition Fellowships that are awarded annually to students who are working their way through college. A father of four and grandfather of six, Gleitsman now lives in Malibu, California.

The Gleitsman Foundation can be reached at the following address:

The Gleitsman Foundation
| P.O. Box 6888
Malibu, CA 90264, USA