DISH Network CorpDISH:NSQ

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22.86 %
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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
CharlesErgen
Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
972.31k USD
63
1980
Mr. Charles W. Ergen is Executive Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer of the Company since 2015. Mr. Ergen co-founded DISH more than 30 years ago and currently acts as Chairman of both DISH and EchoStar. In June 2011, he stepped down from his role as President and CEO of DISH to focus on long-term business development and acquisition tactics in an effort to reach new markets, expand product and service offerings and bolster the company’s customer base. A prominent leader in the satellite and telecommunications industries, Ergen has received numerous accolades for his renowned career as a brilliant entrepreneur. Most recently, he was among the 2012 class of inductees into the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame, and was named one of Barron’s “World’s Best CEOs” and listed among Forbes “Top 10 CEOs” in 2007. In 2001, Ergen was honored as Frost & Sullivan’s “CEO of the Year in the Satellite Industry” award, and became the first person to win the Rocky Mountain News “Business Person of the Year” for the second time. Instrumental in the fight to allow American consumers access to local channels via satellite, he helped secure the passage of the Satellite Home Viewer Improvement Act in 1999 and was co-founder of the Satellite Broadcasting Communications Association. Ergen received his Bachelor of Science in General Business and Accounting from the University of Tennessee and his Master of Business Administration from the Babcock Graduate School of Management at Wake Forest University. An avid mountain climber and member of the Colorado Mountain Club, Ergen has climbed all of the state’s 14 thousand foot peaks, scaled Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Mount Aconcagua in Argentina and the Mount Everest base camp in Nepal.
 
W. ErikCarlson
President, Chief Operating Officer
--
46
2015
 
StevenSwain
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President
330.00k USD
48
2014
 
RogerLynch
Chief Executive Officer - Sling TV Holding L.L.C.
486.54k USD
53
2009
 
MikeMcClaskey
Chief Human Resource Officer, Executive Vice President
--
52
2014
 
VivekKhemka
Executive Vice President, Chief Technology Officer
--
43
2015
 
RobertDodge
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
--
48
2007
 
WarrenSchlichting
Executive Vice President - Marketing, Programming, and Media Sales
300.00k USD
54
2015
 
JamesDeFranco
Executive Vice President, Director
--
63
1980
 
ThomasCullen
Executive Vice President - Corporate Development
--
56
2006
 
BernardHan
Executive Vice President - Strategic Planning
500.00k USD
51
2015
 
MichaelKelly
Executive Vice President
--
54
2000
 
BrianNeylon
Executive Vice President - Customer Acquisition and Retention
--
--
2015
 
JohnSwieringa
Executive Vice President - Operations
--
38
2015
 
PaulOrban
Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer
--
47
2015
 
RobDravenstott
Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer
--
--
2015
 
CanteyErgen
Director and Senior Advisor
--
60
2001
 
DavidMoskowitz
Director and Senior Advisor
--
57
1998
 
CarlVogel
Director and Senior Advisor
--
58
2005
 
GeorgeBrokaw
Independent Director
--
48
2013
 
StevenGoodbarn
Independent Director
--
58
2002
 
CharlesLillis
Independent Director
--
74
2013
 
AfshinMohebbi
Independent Director
--
53
2014
 
TomOrtolf
Independent Director
--
65
2005
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