David Arroyo

Vice President, Legal Affairs

Scripps Networks

David Arroyo manages
litigation, intellectual
employment, bankruptcy,
and regulator
y mat ters at
Scripps Networks.
Before joining the
company, he practiced
at a global law firm and clerked for a
federal judge. In 2009, he completed
NAMIC’s Executive Leadership Development
Program at UCLA’s Anderson School
of Management. Arroyo is chairman of LatinoJustice
PRLDEF, formerly the Puerto Rican
Legal Defense and Education Fund, a
38-year-old civil-rights organization.

Mari Ghuneim

Vice President, Online Media


NBC Universal

Mari Ghuneim manages
the strategic development,
and operations of
Bravo’s Web and
broadband initiatives,
including BravoT
V.com and
Pity.com. Prior to joining Bravo, Ghuneim
served as executive director in programming
at AOL from 2004. In that role, she
launched the new lifestyle portal AOL
Living, a beauty and fashion site called
Stylelist.com, as well as a series of video
shows in home entertaining, home improvement
and cooking.

Eric Hawkins

Senior Vice President,
Human Resources

Discovery Communications

Eric Hawkins is responsible
for human
management for
Discovery Communications’
U.S. networks
and key
corporate div isions.
employee related issues for ad sales, domestic
distribution, market ing, research,
communications, strategic
operations, education and digital media,
he supervises high-profile organizational
changes, recruits top industry
talent and coaches teams to continually
improve performance across the global
media company. Prior to Discovery,
Hawkins was a human resources leader
at PepsiCo.

Linette S. Hwu

Vice President, Business Affairs

Scripps Networks

Linette Hwu oversees
all legal, regulator
y and policy
matters including
businesss-deal negotiations
and trademark
portfol io
management. Previously,
she had been
vice president of legal and commercial affairs
and operations for Travel Channel
Media. Prior to Travel Channel, Hwu was
vice president of legal affairs for Discovery
Communications and an associate at Hogan
& Hartson LLP. She represented the industry
as a panelist at the International Bar
Association’s annual conference.

Toni Judkins

Senior Vice President,

Original Programming

TV One

Toni Judkins oversees
the development
and production
of all of TV One’s
original programming,
including hits
LisaRaye: The Real
McCoy, UnSung
LifeAfter, which offer
positive, authentic and unapologetic
depictions of African-Americans. Previously,
she was with MTV Networks for
more than 10 years and produced independent
feature films and various short
film projects. She volunteers for the Ghetto
Film School and mentors numerous
young people of color seeking careers in
film and television.

Maelia Macin

Vice President &
General Manager


Maelia Macin is vice
president and general
manager for
Univision’s ownedand-
operated station
TeleFutura station
KFTR-TV in Los Angeles.
In 2008, KMEX
became the No. 1 station and has remained
in that position for early news, late news
and primetime among adults 18 to 49, regardless
of language. Maelia has more than
20 years experience marketing to U.S. Hispanics,
including the Peabody award-winning
campaign “Ya es Hora” (“It’s Time”).
She serves on the boards of organizations
focused on women, education and business

Kimberly Matthews

Vice President, Human Resources


Kim Matthews provides
oversight for
employee relations,
talent management,
recruitment, benefits, compensation,
training and development
at Comcast,
and develops and
implements employee policies and procedures.
She brings more than 16 years
of HR management experience in various
segments of the technology business.
Previously, she was senior human resources
manager for Level 3 Communications,
also in Houston, Texas. She
serves on the boards of the Boys & Girls
Clubs and Women in Cable Telecommunications
and also is a committee chair
for NAMIC.

Catherine Mitchell

Vice President, Field Service

Cox Communications

Catherine Mitchell
is responsible for
fi eld service operations
across Cox’s
systems. She and
her team develop
process standards,
and customer-service strategies — all designed
to sustain and strengthen Cox’s
position in the realm of customer care.
She joined Cox in 2000 as vice president
and general manager of the Roanoke, Va.,
system, after working for Scientifi c Atlanta,
Digital Equipment and IBM. She has
served in nonprofit organizations including
the United Way and Foster Parent Association
in North Florida.

Twuanna Munroe

Vice President,

Affiliate Accounting

Scripps Networks

Twuanna Munroe’s
responsibilities at
Scripps Networks are
in affiliate accounting
operations, management
of affiliate
accounting staff and
working with the senior
vice president of
affiliate finance. Earlier, she had been the
chief financial officer at Black Family Channel,
and was manager of program cost accounting
for Cox Communications. She is a
past president of the NAMIC Atlanta Chapter
and is a current member of the NAMIC
Tennessee Chapter.

Paul J. Richardson

Senior Vice President,

Human Resources


Paul Richardson
joined ESPN in 2007
with significant experience
in managing
human resources
operations in global
companies, most recently
as the executive
vice president
of global human resources for Universal
McCann in New York. Richardson oversees
all aspects of ESPN’s human-resources
eff orts, supporting 50 different business
units and 5,000 employees around the
world. He began his career as an attorney
before transitioning to the humanresources
field. Before that he was senior
vice president, human resources at Paramount
Pictures in Los Angeles.

Sumeet Seam

Vice President, Legal

Discovery Communications

Sumeet Seam provides
and legal expertise
for Discovery Communications’
corporate divisions.
Negotiating seniorlevel
and advising executive
management on legal affairs, he is
lead attorney for global media technology,
digital media, ad sales, information
technology, facilities/leasing and all network
nonprogramming matters, including
marketing, communications and
research. He also manages the domestic
legal operations for Antenna Audio and
Howstuff works.com. Earlier, Seam was an
associate at Hogan & Hartson.

Michelle LeCorn Strong

Vice President,

National Accounts

A&E Television Networks

Michelle LeCorn
Strong oversees Eastern
region national
accounts for the entire
AETN portfolio,
including three of the
top five brands on cable:
A&E, Lifetime,
and History. She had
held the same position at Lifetime Networks.
Before that, she was senior director of national
accounts at Disney and ESPN. From 1999
to 2005, she worked in the affiliate sales
group at BET. She began her career at Comcast
Cable and completed the NAMIC Executive
Leadership Development Program.