Jerry Levin "spent most of his career with Time Inc. (later Time Warner, then AOL Time Warner). He started as a programming executive for Home Box Office (HBO) and eventually becoming CEO of the corporation. Jerry is probably most famous for having brokered the merger between AOL and Time Warner in 2000, at the height of the dot-com bubble. In addition to being a businessman, Jerry is a philanthropist. He is a trustee and supporter of the Museum of Jewish Heritage and engages in other charitable and philanthropic work as well." 
Resources and articles
- Senior Mentors, Aspen Institute (Henry Crown Fellowship Program), accessed May 12, 2010.