April 16, 2015
Keith Wiedenkeller Joins the USBLN as Chief Strategy Officer of the Disability Equality Index (DEI)

WASHINGTON, DC (April 16, 2015) – The US Business Leadership Network® (USBLN®) is pleased to announce that Keith Wiedenkeller, formerly Chief People Officer for AMC Theatres, currently serves in a strategy and consulting role on behalf of the USBLN in its work developing and promoting the ground-breaking Disability Equality IndexSM (DEISM).

During his 29-year tenure with AMC, Mr. Wiedenkeller helped develop several cutting-edge diversity initiatives, including the AMC FOCUS program, an outreach program designed to proactively employ hundreds youth with disabilities at AMC’s theatres across the country.

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