Larry Satkowiak is the President and CEO of The Cable Center in Denver. As the head of a nationally known educational nonprofit representing the cable industry, he developed an innovative strategy that brought together the demands of a varied constituency that included the large cable operators, cable programmers, and technology suppliers. His nationally recognized board of directors includes participants from Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Charter, Liberty Global, ESPN, Discovery, Scripps, AMC Networks, CNN, and ARRIS. The Cable Center sponsors the Cable Hall of Fame and is responsible for collecting and preserving the rich history of the cable industry. Larry has made a career specializing in the operations of nonprofit businesses since 1984 and has focused mainly on science and technology education. He worked at the Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (BSCS) from 1984-2003 as its CFO and COO, where he specialized in nonprofit accounting, financial management of federal grants (mostly NSF, NIH, and the Department of Energy), indirect cost rate analysis, human resources, and endowment management. After BSCS, he spent two years at the Denver Foundation where he did strategic planning, business operations, and financial management. He started his current position in June 2005. His background includes experience as a banker, educator, author, and consultant.
Larry holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from the University of Colorado (completed an emphasis in Organizational Management and Accounting) and an MBA from Regis University in Accounting and Finance.