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Donald Van de Mark has interviewed hundreds of leaders in business and politics, including: Jack Welch, Starbucks’ Howard Schultz, Intel’s Andy Grove, Charles Schwab, Bill Bradley, Body Shop Founder Anita Roddick, best-selling authors such as Stephen Covey, Andrew Weil, Deepak Chopra and many more.
He distills their wisdom in his newest corporate training video, "The Wisdom of Caring Leaders."
In 1999, Van de Mark co-founded baby boomer website MyPrimeTime. While overseeing editorial content, Van de Mark wrote and anchored two television series, "Great Entrepreneurs" and "Great Leaders" both of which appeared on PBS. Prior to MyprimeTime, he served as the anchor of "Moneyweek" on CNN, "Street Sweep", "Biz Buzz", and "Entrepreneurs Only" on the CNNfn TV network. In addition to anchoring the latter three shows, Van de Mark played a key role in creating them as well as "The Media Show" and "Washington Unwrapped." During his time as a correspondent on "The Moneyline Newshour", Van de Mark broke the 1998 story about the near collapse of the Long Term Capital Management hedge fund.
Before arriving at CNN in August 1995, Van de Mark was director of corporate communications for QVC, serving as deputy to chairman and CEO Barry Diller during the period that QVC attempted takeovers of Paramount Communications and CBS. Prior to his time at QVC, Van de Mark spent nearly 10 years as a business and political news reporter in Washington, D.C. He worked at CNBC covering five Group of Seven economic summits and was nominated for a Cable Ace Award for a three-part series on China.
Van de Mark is currently writing a book, "Maslow’s Traits of Highly Successful People" which enumerates pioneering psychologist Abraham Maslow’s research into individuals with exceptionally healthy psyches. Van de Mark uses his twenty years of profiling the best and brightest leaders to illustrate the traits that Maslow discovered.
Donald was raised in Toronto and New England and holds a B.A. in political science from Tufts University.