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The Executive in Residence program allows undergraduate students to meet and learn from a variety of executive mentors and leaders across a diverse range of professional industries in both professional and casual settings on campus. Through the program, industry leaders will spend time with students through large presentations about their careers and companies as well as smaller group meetings with student organizations and guest lecture opportunities. Executives in Residence will also hold one-on-one office hours with select students. Previous executives of the program have been David Moore of Midcap Financial, television producer Curtis Colden, and Wall Street veteran Larry Schloss.


Fall 2018 Executive in Residence To Be Announced Soon!



Spring 2018 Executive in Residence




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Jack Sussman


Tulane Parent

Executive Vice President, Specials, Music and Live Events, CBS

Jack Sussman was promoted to Executive Vice President, Specials, Music and Live Events, CBS Entertainment in March 2006. He reports to Thom Sherman, Senior Executive Vice President Programming, CBS Entertainment. In his position, Sussman, who has been head of CBS specials since 1998, serves as the Network’s chief liaison to the music industry, working with managers, recording artists, record labels and music suppliers to identify new and established performers whose music or personal appearances can be integrated into the Network’s primetime series, movies, specials and live events. Sussman also works with CBS’ interactive division to identify music-related content for wireless and the Internet. Sussman oversees the Network’s blue chip events and specials, such as “The Grammy Awards,” “The Tony Awards” and “The Kennedy Center Honors,” as well as CBS’ annual presentations of the “Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show,” “Academy of Country Music Awards” and “A Home for the Holidays.” In addition to specials and music, Sussman remains CBS’ executive in charge of live event entertainment programming, such as “Survivor” finales and reunion specials.

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  MORE ABOUT JACK


While at CBS, Sussman has spearheaded successful specials featuring some of contemporary music’s top stars in their first network television special, including Celine Dion, Shania Twain, Ricky Martin, Faith Hill, Garth Brooks, Elton John, Tina Turner, “The Beatles: The Night That Changed America,” “Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life—An All-Star Tribute,” “Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Music of the Bee Gees,” and most recently “Bruno Mars: 24K Magic Live at the Apollo.” He has also been responsible for some of CBS’ highest rated and most critically acclaimed specials, including “The Carol Burnett Show: Show Stoppers,” which was seen by more than 30 million viewers, “Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special,” “I Love Lucy 50th Anniversary Special,” “CBS At 75” and the recent “Carol Burnett 50th Anniversary Special.” He has also supervised the editing and colorization of newly colorized classic episodes of “I Love Lucy” and “The Dick Van Dyke Show.” Sussman joined CBS in August 1998 as Vice President, Specials, from Cinecanal where he led the programming and creative services reorganization of the Latin American movie channel that is jointly owned by Universal, Paramount, MGM and FOX. He was promoted to Senior Vice President, Specials in 2000. From 1996-1997, Sussman was Vice President, Head of Programming for MTV Latin America, responsible for production and original programming, development, music programming, scheduling, talent and artist relations, news and on-air promotion. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of Production and Original Programming at VH1 from 1992-1995, where he developed and produced new series and specials. Sussman’s background also includes positions at CNN and NBC News. As an executive producer/producer, his credits include “The VH1 Honors,” the live concert series “Centerstage,” “Paul McCartney at the Hollywood Bowl,” “MTV Latin America: MTV Unplugged,” “Conversations with The Rolling Stones,” “Amnesty International Conspiracy of Hope Tour” and “Stand Up Spotlight.” Sussman serves on the Executive Committee of the Cedars Sinai Sports Spectacular and is on the Board of the Entertainment Industry Foundation. Sussman is a graduate of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, B.A. radio, television and motion pictures.



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