Kim Guthrie (1984) is the President of Cox Media Group and the first female president to serve at its 120-year-old parent company Cox Enterprises. As President, Guthrie runs a $2 billion business, which includes 14 broadcast television stations, 60 radio stations, two daily newspapers and over 100 digital websites. Prior to her promotion, she was President of CoxReps—the country’s largest television rep firm. She serves on the board of directors for the National Association of Broadcasters, is a member of the ABC Network Affiliate Board of Governors and was named Humanitarian of the Year by the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Guthrie is a lifetime member of the ISU Alumni Association and a member of the Greenlee School Advisory Council.