Alberto Ibargüen is president of the Knight Foundation, which promotes informed and engaged communities by funding journalism and media innovation, community engagement and the arts. Mr. Ibargüen is the former publisher of the Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald. He is a member of the Secretary of State's Advisory Committee on Foreign Policy and is the former chairman of the board of the World Wide Web Foundation and of the Newseum in Washington, DC. He is a member of the boards of PepsiCo, American Airlines and AOL. He is based in Miami, FL.
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