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Marc Nathanson

Founder & Chairman
Falcon Waterfree Technologies

United States

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Marc Nathanson has established a successful career the communications industry during his 40 years of experience. His work has earned him numerous accolades. One of the peaks of his career was an appointment by Bill Clinton and then by George W. Bush to the position of chairman of the Broadcasting Board of Governors. Mr. Nathanson’s success began much earlier, however, as he was voted Outstanding Senior Man at the University of Denver. He was also a National Science Foundation fellow while he pursued his Master’s degree in Political Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara. After graduating and holding several managerial positions, Mr. Nathanson started what would become the 10th largest cable company in the world, Falcon Cable TV. This company operated in 27 states and expanded to other countries including Brazil, France, Mexico, India, the Philippines, and the United Kingdom. In the early 1980s, Marc Nathanson was inducted into the Cable Hall of Fame not only because of his success in the media industry but also because of the entrepreneurial risks he took when the industry was somewhat volatile. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Nathanson was recognized as a Cable Pioneer. Just recently, Marc Nathanson received the Global Green Millennium Award for his environmental contributions. Additionally, he was awarded the LeRoy Baca Award for Outstanding Community Service from the Homeland Security Advisory Council. His leadership skills also earned him the Vanguard Award from the National Cable & Telecommunications Association. Marc Nathanson also received the Joan A. Berger Award from Cable Positive and was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Inc. magazine.

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