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Lumina Foundation Announces Election of New Board Members

INDIANAPOLIS– Lumina Foundation has announced the election of Alisa A. Miller and Matthew A. Goldberg to serve on the Foundation’s Board of Directors.

Miller, president and CEO of Public Radio International (PRI), is the first woman to lead a public radio network. She has led the organization's transformation from a creator and distributor of radio programming to a rapidly-growing multi-platform media company reaching 20 million people monthly. She was recently named one of the Most Influential Women in Technology by Fast Company. Prior to PRI, Miller was an executive focused on strategic alliances for Sesame Workshop and head of digital business and product development for She is a graduate of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy and the University of Nebraska.

Goldberg is Head of Corporate Development at QVC, where he leads global market development, M&A and strategic alliances for the nearly $9 billion multi-channel retail organization. Goldberg is a digital media executive who has experience working on the global stage. Most recently, he served as CEO of Lonely Planet, where he focused on a transformation of the world’s leading provider of travel guides that grew digital revenue from less than 10% to nearly one-third of the total and expanded the business into China, India, Brazil and Russia. Previous work experience includes the chief operating role at The Wall Street Journal Digital Network, senior director of US business development at Bertelsmann, and public service roles in Chicago, IL and Melbourne, Australia. He is a graduate of Cornell University, The University of Melbourne (Australia) and Stanford University Graduate School of Business.

See a complete list of the Foundation’s Board of Directors.

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