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Mark Bauman

Executive Vice President

National Geographic Society

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National Geographic Society

1145 17Th Street N. W

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20036

United States

Company Description

The National Geographic Society is a global nonprofit organization driven by a passionate belief in the power of science, exploration, education and storytelling to change the world. The Society funds hundreds of research and conservation projects around the g...more

Background Information

Employment History

Senior Vice President Smithsonian Enterprises

National Museum of the American Indian


Affiliations

The International Film Academy of Jackson Hole

Advisory Board Member


Ocean Exchange

Board of Governors Member


External Board Memberships

Board Member


Non-Profit Soapbox

Board Member


Youth Radio

Board Member


The Network

Board Member


Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition

Board Member


Education

master

international relations

Johns Hopkins University


master's degree

journalism

Columbia University


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Board of Directors - Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition

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Mark Bauman
Senior Vice President, Smithsonian Enterprises Smithsonian Institute


UCSD NGS - Engineers for Exploration - Home

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Mark Bauman
Mark Bauman Executive Vice President, National Geographic Television and VP, Media Strategy, National Geographic Mission Programs. Bauman leads National Geographic's participation in the UCSD-NGS Engineers for Exploration program. He has Master's degrees in journalism from Columbia University, and international affairs from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. [ link]


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To be paired with Mark Bauman in an announcement is a special honor.
Mark as you will see below has an impressive background and I am excited to be working with him. Marine Fish Conservation Network Welcomes Tom Sadler, New Deputy Director, and Mark Bauman, Board of Directors Member Mark Bauman, senior vice president of Smithsonian Media, has become the newest member of the Network's Board of Directors. "The Network is excited to have Tom Sadler and Mark Bauman become part of the leadership team that helps steer our organization toward achieving healthier oceans and productive fisheries," said Robert C. Vandermark, executive director of the Network. Bauman is an award-winning entertainment executive with strong expertise in strategic communications across multiple platforms. In his current role, he oversees the commercial media of the Smithsonian Institution, including Smithsonian Magazine, Air and Space Magazine, Smithsonian Books and Smithsonian.com. Bauman has partnered with numerous conservation nonprofits on messaging for public environmental campaigns. He worked with Ban Ki-moon and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to produce the short film that convened the second round of Kyoto Climate Change talks. As part of the executive teams of both Smithsonian and National Geographic, Bauman has had a distinguish and successful career broadening audience reach and expanding organizational presence through digital, print and broadcast. He has earned numerous awards, including an Emmy, Cine Golden Eagles, and several film festival awards. Prior to his time at National Geographic, Bauman worked in television journalism for ABC covering news stories that spanned the globe. "Marine conservation and the sustainable management of global fish stocks are critically important to the future of our planet," said Bauman. "It is an honor to join this distinguished board." "Mark is an outstanding addition to our Board of Directors, and we are lucky to have his expertise in strategically and creatively communicating to diverse audiences throughout the country," said Gerry Leape, chair of the Network's Board of Directors. Marine Fish Conservation Network Welcomes Tom Sadler, New Deputy Director, and Mark Bauman, Board of Directors Member Filed Under: Conservation, MFCNTagged With: Marine Fish Conservation Network, Mark Bauman, MFCN, Outdoor Writers Association of America, OWAA


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Marine Fish Conservation Network Welcomes Tom Sadler, New Deputy Director, and Mark Bauman, Board of Directors Member
Marine Fish Conservation Network Welcomes Tom Sadler, New Deputy Director, and Mark Bauman, Board of Directors Member Mark Bauman, senior vice president of Smithsonian Media, has become the newest member of the Network's Board of Directors. "The Network is excited to have Tom Sadler and Mark Bauman become part of the leadership team that helps steer our organization toward achieving healthier oceans and productive fisheries," said Robert C. Vandermark, executive director of the Network. Bauman is an award-winning entertainment executive with strong expertise in strategic communications across multiple platforms. In his current role, he oversees the commercial media of the Smithsonian Institution, including Smithsonian Magazine, Air and Space Magazine, Smithsonian Books and Smithsonian.com. Bauman has partnered with numerous conservation nonprofits on messaging for public environmental campaigns. He worked with Ban Ki-moon and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to produce the short film that convened the second round of Kyoto Climate Change talks. As part of the executive teams of both Smithsonian and National Geographic, Bauman has had a distinguish and successful career broadening audience reach and expanding organizational presence through digital, print and broadcast. He has earned numerous awards, including an Emmy, Cine Golden Eagles, and several film festival awards. Prior to his time at National Geographic, Bauman worked in television journalism for ABC covering news stories that spanned the globe. "Marine conservation and the sustainable management of global fish stocks are critically important to the future of our planet," said Bauman. "It is an honor to join this distinguished board." "Mark is an outstanding addition to our Board of Directors, and we are lucky to have his expertise in strategically and creatively communicating to diverse audiences throughout the country," said Gerry Leape, chair of the Network's Board of Directors.


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Mark Bauman
Mark Bauman is an award-winning entertainment executive, specializing in multi-platform content, and communications strategies. He has been recognized with numerous broadcast and print journalism honors, including an Emmy, more than a dozen Cine Golden Eagles, and various film festival awards. As SVP of Smithsonian Enterprises, he currently oversees efforts to expand the Smithsonian's reach through new multi-platform entertainment businesses. Previously, Bauman served as Chairman of National Geographic's Cross Platform Editorial Committee. As Executive Vice President of National Geographic Television, he oversaw more than 400 hours of programming, as well as National Geographic's Digital Video production group, which tripled NG's YouTube traffic, garnering almost 3 million subscribers and more than a billion video streams. Before National Geographic, Bauman, who is fluent in Spanish, Russian, Czech and Italian, was based in Eastern Europe and Latin America for ABC News, where he ran Baghdad and Balkan coverage for extended periods of time. He has covered war and genocide in Central Africa, Lebanon, Bosnia, Afghanistan and Iraq for media outlets, including ABC, the BBC, CNN, The Christian Science Monitor, The Dallas Morning News, Izvestia (Russian), The Ladies Home Journal, The London Observer Sunday Magazine, The Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine, National Public Radio, New York Newsday, Nezavisimaya Gazeta (Russian), Reflex (Czech), The San Francisco Chronicle, Spy, Time, The Village Voice and The Washington Post.


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