An American executive for media is currently the NBC Universal’ Chairman. Conde had made Telemundo, an American-Spanish Network, the 4th most-watched network under his leadership. This young executive is an achiever from Harvard University.
In his bio, Conde was born in the year 1963, September 23 in Miami Florida. His parents are Cesar A. Conde, from Peru migrated to the US, and Maria Conde, an exile from Cuban. He has two brothers, Jorge and Enrique Conde. The family came to the United States in the 70’s.
He was exposed to different communities like African-American, Polish, and Latino when he attended school in Chicago. He enrolled in Belen Jesuit Preparatory High School and excelled academically and athletically. Conde is also a painter. Some of his work and campaigns were featured in Chicago Contemporary. He completed his B.A from Harvard University and M.B.A from the University of Pennsylvania.
Conde co-founded a non-profit organization named Futuro Program in 2005. The organization provides workshops to Hispanic high school students. In 2009, he led the launch of a campaign named “Es el Momento”. The campaign aims to inform the Hispanic community about the importance of education, health, and finance.
The campaign organized a Town Hall event with Pres. Barack Obama and was broadcast to over 2.7 million viewers around the country. It also got the support of numbers of foundation including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Ceser has initiated numerous community activities.
Ceser was appointed by George Bush as one the White House Fellow. And Barrack Obama also appointed Conde as member President's Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics in May 2011 and as Board of Directors in September 2012 for the Foundation of Excellence in Education.
The name of Ceser's wife is Pamela Silva Conde and the couple got married in 2009.
Conde started his career at Salomon Smith Barney firm as a banker. Then he became Vice President in Star Media Network. In October 2003 when Conde joined NBCUniversal as Executive VP. He also became Chairman in 2015 for NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises and NBCUniversal International. The chairmanship made him in charge of the operation of NBCUniversal. This also includes international expansion of the country outside North America.
The group he handles are the divisions of NBCUniversal International Production, NBCUniversal Internation TV and Film group, and NBCUniversal International Networks. This also includes the Telemundo Network. It is an American- Spanish language TV Network.
It aimed to reach Latin American Audiences not only in the US but worldwide. Under his chairmanship in 2016, the network hit its milestone and named it the Cforth most-watched network in prime time. SuperSeries format that was developed on his tenure gave a large amount of contribution to Telemundo’s growth.
Before this, Conde also joined Univision for 10 years in which he also held higher and senior management positions.
On the record, he was affiliated to few organizations: Board of Trustees for Council on Foreign Relations and Aspen Institute; member of Council on Foreign Relations; PepsiCo; and Owens Corning. He is also a recipient of various awards and achievement. He was recognized by the World Economic Forum as a young leader together with other 191 leaders from 59 different countries all over the world. Since 2008, Conde has received numerous recognition.
The most recent was Sponsor for Educational Opportunity Alumni Award, Center for Communication Frank Stanton Award, National Association of Television Programming Executives Brandon Tartikoff Legacy Award, and Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame honoree.
With all the achievement and success in different senior positions, his net worth was never disclosed.
Last Modified: Mar 6, 2020