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10-K
GRAHAM HOLDINGS CO filed this Form 10-K on 02/23/2018
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Executive Officers
The executive officers of the Company, each of whom is elected annually by the Board of Directors, are as follows:
Donald E. Graham, age 72, has been Chairman of the Board of the Company since September 1993 and served as Chief Executive Officer of the Company from May 1991 until November 2015. Mr. Graham served as President of the Company from May 1991 until September 1993 and prior to that had been a Vice President of the Company for more than five years. Mr. Graham also served as Publisher of the Washington Post (the Post) from 1979 until September 2000 and as Chairman of the Post from September 2000 to February 2008.
Timothy J. O’Shaughnessy, age 36, became Chief Executive Officer in November 2015. From November 2014 until November 2015, he served as President of the Company. He was elected to the Board of Directors in November 2014. From 2007 to August 2014, Mr. O’Shaughnessy served as chief executive officer of LivingSocial, an e-commerce and marketing company that he co-founded in 2007. Mr. O’Shaughnessy is the son-in-law of Donald E. Graham, Chairman of the Company.
Wallace R. Cooney, age 55, became Senior Vice President–Finance and Chief Financial Officer of the Company in April 2017. Mr. Cooney served as the Company’s Vice President–Finance and Chief Accounting Officer since 2008. He joined the Company in 2001 as Controller.
Marcel A. Snyman, age 43, became Vice President and Chief Accounting Officer of the Company on January 18, 2018. Mr. Snyman served as Controller of the Company since January 2016, prior to which he served as Assistant Controller beginning in April 2014 and Director of Accounting Policy beginning in July 2008.
Denise Demeter, age 57, became Vice President–Chief Human Resources Officer of the Company in September 2014. Ms. Demeter joined the Company in 1986 and has served in a variety of roles, including Vice President, Human Resources, and Senior Director, Pension & Savings Plans.
Jacob M. Maas, age 41, became Senior Vice President–Planning and Development of the Company in October 2015. Prior to joining the Company, he served as executive vice president of operations and head of corporate development at LivingSocial, an e-commerce and marketing company that he joined as chief financial officer in 2008.
Nicole M. Maddrey, age 53, became Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of the Company in April 2015. Ms. Maddrey joined the Company in 2007 as Associate General Counsel.
Andrew S. Rosen, age 57, became Executive Vice President of the Company in April 2014. He became Chairman of Kaplan, Inc. in November 2008, and served as Chief Executive Officer of Kaplan, Inc. from November 2008 to April 2014 and from August 2015 to the present. Mr. Rosen has spent nearly 32 years at the Company and its affiliates. He joined the Company in 1986 as a staff attorney with the Post and later served as assistant counsel at Newsweek. He moved to Kaplan in 1992 and held numerous leadership positions there before being named Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Kaplan, Inc.
Employees
The Company and its subsidiaries employ approximately 11,900 people on a full-time basis.
Worldwide, Kaplan employs approximately 6,682 people on a full-time basis. Kaplan also employs substantial numbers of part-time employees who serve in instructional and administrative capacities. Kaplan’s part-time workforce is approximately 8,563 employees. Collectively, in the U.S., U.K. and Canada, approximately 100 Kaplan employees are represented by a union. Kaplan believes there are represented employees in Australia where union membership is not recorded.
GMG has approximately 973 full-time employees, of whom about 104 are represented by a union. Of the six collective-bargaining agreements covering union-represented employees, one has expired and is being renegotiated. Two collective-bargaining agreements will expire in 2018.
The Slate Group has approximately 185 full-time employees, of which Slate has approximately 128 full-time employees and Panoply has approximately 57 full-time employees. In January 2018, employees of Slate voted to elect the Writers Guild of America East (WGAE) to serve as their representative. As a result, 53 eligible Slate editorial employees are represented by the WGAE for purposes of collective bargaining. None of Panoply’s employees are represented by a union.
GHG has approximately 1,497 full-time employees. None of these employees is represented by a union.
Forney has approximately 134 full-time employees, of whom 55 are represented by a union.

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