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Founded in 1993 as African Heritage Networks and renamed The Heritage Net works in 2002, THN debuted on the 2000 BE INDUSTRIAL/ SERVICE 100 list at No.
The association's Class of 2005 Board of Directors is Philip Langsdale, chief executive, Langsdale Associates, London; Frank Mercado Valdes, chairman and CEO, African Heritage Network, New York; Pat Mitchell, president and CEO, Public Broadcasting Service, Washington, DC; Katherine Oliver, commissioner of Film, Theatre and Broadcast, New York City Mayor's Office, New York; and Steve Rosenberg, president, Universal Domestic Television, New York.
These affinity groups include Alcoa Women's Network, Employees at Alcoa for Gay and Lesbian Equality, and the Alcoa African Heritage Network (AHN).
There are currently four active Connections Nodes: African Heritage Network, Hispanic Heritage Network, Women in Sales Network and Women's Leadership Network.
As business sponsor of the Baltimore-Washington African Heritage Network, he counsels members on community service, networking and leadership development.
To implement the "Banking on Our Future" Program at the Roberto Clemente Middle School, Citigroup employees, who are members of Citigroup's African Heritage Network, an employee-led group involved in a variety of activities including community outreach, networking, diversity and education, have teamed up with Operation HOPE for a four-week training program.
African Heritage Network (AHN) purchases quality television programming targeted to African Americans and is a co-executive producer of "The Source Sound Lab" and "The Source: All Access.
Platinum sponsors are the African Heritage Network, GoSeeBlackMovies.