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Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara Joins USC School of Cinematic Arts Board of Councilors

Studio chief received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from the university

Kevin Tsujihara, chairman and chief executive officer of Warner Bros., has joined the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts (SCA) Board of Councilors, SCA Dean Elizabeth M. Daley announced Wednesday.

The Board plays a key leadership role in the school’s overall planning and development, as well as supports its fundraising efforts.

Tsujihara joins the Board’s other notable industry icons: Chair Frank Price, Frank Biondi Jr., Barry Diller, Lee Gabler, David Geffen, Jim Gianopulos, Brian Grazer, Brad Grey, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Alan Levine, George Lucas, Michael Lynton, Don Mattrick, Bill M. Mechanic, Barry Meyer, Les Moonves, Sidney Poitier, Shonda Rhimes, John Riccitiello, Barney Rosenzweig, Scott Sassa, Steven SpielbergJohn Wells, Jim Wiatt, Paul Junger Witt and Robert Zemeckis.

Tsujihara, a 21-year veteran at Warner Bros., has served as the chairman and CEO since March 2013. Prior to that, he was president of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, which includes the studio’s home video, digital distribution, video games, anti-piracy and emerging technology operations, a post he’d held since WBHE’s founding in October 2005.

Tsujihara received his bachelor’s degree in business administration from USC and his MBA from Stanford University.

“Having received my undergraduate degree from USC, it’s an honor to join the board of SCA and help the university provide its film students with the best training and preparation to succeed,” Tsujihara said.

In addition to his professional commitments, Tsujihara sits on the Boards of Directors for the MPAA, City Year Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission and the Verdugo Hills Hospital Foundation. He is a member of the Board of Trustees of the AFI and the Los Angeles Coalition for the Economy & Jobs. He also serves on the Stanford Graduate School of Business Advisory Council.

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