Cesar Conde, Class of 1991
Tennis and Cross Country
Athletic: Belen Tennis Athlete of the Year (1991) Sportsman of the Year (1990) 3-time Most Valuable Player (1989, 1990, & 1991) 3-time District Champion (1989, 1990, & 1991) 6-year Varsity Letterman (1986-1991) Represented the US at the TACA 1988 Third International Tennis Tournament in El Salvador USTA Junior Ranking Top 5 in Florida, Top 12 In the Nation (1990-1991) Cross Country 2-year team member (1989-1990) Harvard University Tennis 4-year Letterman Team Ranked #14 in the Nation, Division I Top 50 Singles Amateur National Ranking Ivy league Player to Watch Professional and Personal: Graduated from Harvard University with a BA in 1995 Graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with a MBA in 1999 President of the Univision Networks at Univision Communications, Inc. Served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer of Univision Communications Inc. Appointed by President George W. Bush as one of twelve 2002-2003 White House Fellows Served as the White House Fellow for then Secretary of State Colin L. Powell Former Vice President of Business Development at StarMedia Network Investment Banking at Salomon Smith Barney in their Mergers and Acquisitions Group
Co-founded the Futuro Program, a non-profit organization that provides role models and educational workshops to Hispanic high school students (2005)
Spearheaded the launch of Univision's "Es el Momento" (The moment is now) campaign, a comprehensive effort focused on informing the Hispanic community of the importance of education (2009)
The Futuro program has become a part of the 'Es el momento' campaign
Council on Foreign Relations, Full Member Aspen Institute, Henry Crown Fellow and Board of Trustees Member Awarded World Economic Forum Young Global Leader (2012) Recipient of The Corporate Leader Award, Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (2011) Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) Alumni Hall of Fame (2010) Named to Fortune Magazine's "40 Under 40" (2009 & 2010) Named to PODER Magazine's "Most influential Hispanics in the US" (2008, 2009, & 2010) Named to Hispanic Magazine's "Top 25 Most Powerful Hispanics" (2007) Cuban-American National Council Young Leader Award (2004) US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation Award (2003) Harvard Foundation Award (1995) Lives in Miami with his wife, Pamela Silva Conde.