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Ivan Seidenberg

Ivan Seidenberg is the former chairman and CEO of Verizon Communications. He was a key part of the leadership team that transformed Verizon into a premier global network. Seidenberg currently serves as a director for a number of organizations, including BlackRock and New York–Presbyterian Hospital. He earned a bachelor’s degree from the City University of New York’s Lehman College and a master’s from Pace University.
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