Ian V. Rowe
Ian V. Rowe "is the Vice President of Strategic Partnerships & Public Affairs for MTV: Music Television. His department oversees MTV's on-air, off-air, online and on-demand "pro-social" campaigns that engage, educate and empower young people to take action on the issues that impact their lives, their community and their world. This includes Choose or Lose, a Presidential election campaign which in 2004 helped inspire nearly 22 million 18-30-year-olds to vote. Mr. Rowe's team also launched think MTV and think.mtv.com, a new pro-social approach that aims to inform and empower young people on domestic and global issues such as education, the environment, and the fight against extreme poverty, malaria and HIV/AIDS. Prior to MTV, Mr. Rowe was the White House Director of Strategy and Performance Measurement for USA Freedom Corps. He was also founder and President of Third Millennium Media, a media consulting business, and was a Senior Engagement Manager at Andersen Consulting. Mr. Rowe worked at Teach For America and holds an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and a degree in Computer Science Engineering from Cornell University. He is an Echoing Green Fellow and a Harvard Business School Social Enterprise Fellow." 
- Director, Malaria no More
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- Directors, Malaria no More, accessed November 28, 2007.