Randy Lennon is a 40 year entrepreneur who has founded and built successful enterprises in the fields of newspaper publishing, television and radio, recording artist management, retail, advertising and marketing, and the Internet. He has also worked as a police officer, regional television and national radio talk show host, starred in a situation comedy pilot, and worked as a special advisor to the leader of a major national political party in Ottawa. His recording artists have won US Gold and Platinum Albums as well as the Juno Award in Canada. In the field of media, Mr. Lennon founded the Spruce Grove Examiner at age 19, building the company to a chain of four weekly newspapers serving the Edmonton market. As Chairman of the Privatization Committee of the board of directors of Access Television Network, he oversaw the first successful privatization of a public television broadcaster in North America. His crowning achievement in the area was the development of “The Biz Brainstorm” workshop and radio show series that garnered back-to-back nominations for the prestigious Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award.