Mr. Armstrong is Chairman of the Board of Trustees at Johns Hopkins Medicine, Health System Corporation and Hospital. He is the retired Chairman and Director Emeritus of Comcast Corporation and the former Chairman and CEO of AT&T and Hughes Electronics. Prior to these positions, he spent more than three decades with IBM. Mr. Armstrong earned a Bachelor’s degree from Miami University of Ohio, completed the advanced management curriculum at Dartmouth Institute, and received an honorary doctor of engineering degree from Worchester Polytechnic Institute and honorary doctor of laws degrees from Pepperdine University, Loyola Marymount University, and Shenandoah University. He is a retired visiting professor at MIT Sloan School. He serves on the board of directors of IHS, IDS, the Telluride Foundation, the US Marine Corps Foundation and in Naples, FL, the Neighborhood Health Clinic, the Forum Club of Southwest Florida and the Philharmonic Center for the Arts. He is a senior advisor at SV Investment partners and Tudor Venture Capital. He is philanthropically active in higher education, medical research, community needs, disadvantaged kids and infrastructure projects in Guatemala.