Marcellus Alexander served as Executive Vice President of Television at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) and President of the National Association of Broadcasters Leadership Foundation.
In this role at NAB, Alexander was responsible for working with broadcast operators across the industry to help shape the NAB’s legislative and regulatory agenda. Under his leadership at the NABLF, Alexander helped the organization advance the business of broadcasting through education, professional development and diversity initiatives as well as a focus on community service and journalism’s First Amendment protections.
Alexander is a seasoned media executive with more than 40 years of experience in broadcasting, communications and government relations.
Prior to his work at NAB, Alexander was Vice President and General Manager of television stations including CBS-owned KYW in Philadelphia and WJZ in Baltimore.
Alexander holds a Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Journalism from Texas State University.