Time Warner Foundation Announces the Retirement of Dan Osheyack

Tuesday, April 14, 2015
Time Warner Foundation Announces the Retirement of Dan Osheyack
Dan Osheyack will be leaving and beginning his retirement from Time Warner at the end of April.  
Starting May 1st, Diahann Billings-Burford will be assuming responsibility for the Time Warner Foundation and all of our philanthropic initiatives.  Diahann will bring great energy, passion and intellect to this work.  She was the city’s first Chief Service Officer under Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and prior to that she built an illustrious career in the nonprofit sector. She looks forward to working closely with each of you and will ensure that we do not lose momentum on the important collaborations we share. 
As you can well imagine, it is a challenge to summarize Dan Osheyack’s 35-year career at Time Warner, filled with magazine launches, marketing firsts, industry awards, and groundbreaking philanthropic accomplishments.  Dan’s creativity and strategic vision have been the driving forces behind many of our greatest successes. Furthermore, to capture the impact Dan has had on his colleagues here at Time Warner is a near impossible task. I have worked closely with Dan for 18 years and he has been a close friend of mine.  He will be equally missed by my staff and colleagues here, as well as many of you who have had the chance to work closely with him over the years and surely love Dan as much as we do.
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