About Denny Weinberg

Senior executive Denny Weinberg has achieved much over the course of his 30 year career. Denny Weinberg, known as Mark Weinberg to many of his friends and colleagues, has used his success to found and direct numerous nonprofit organizations, including the National Coalition for the Protection of Children and Families, the Little Oaks School, the Cornerstone Network, Life Skills for American Families, The CEO Forum, the Boone Center for the Family at Pepperdine University, and the Weinberg Family Charitable Donor Fund and Charitable Trust.

Denny Weinberg attained his high level of success through years of hard work and intelligent business decisions. He began his career working as an engineer; he holds patents on three inventions. From 1981 to 1986, Mr. Weinberg was a manager in the Chicago office of Touche Ross & Co (now Deloitte & Touche), providing management consulting services to companies in a variety of industries in Chicago, Illinois. In 1986, Denny Weinberg joined the troubled Blue Cross of California with a group of health care leaders and affected one of the most prominent financial and operational turnarounds in the industry, converting the nearly insolvent company to WellPoint, Inc, which became one of the nation’s leading providers of health benefits.

After he left the company in 2006, Denny Weinberg went on to work with several businesses. Mr. Weinberg is the Chairman of FRW1, LLC, which develops medical diagnostic instruments. He is a managing member of Skyview Development, LLC, a real estate developing business that operates in northwestern Montana. Mr. Weinberg is also the Board Director for Applied Merchant Systems and Renal Ventures Management LLC, and he is the Board Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee for Dole Food Company, Inc, and Salem Communications Corporation.

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