- Brian Neylon, who will serve as executive vice president (EVP), Group President, DISH TV. Formerly EVP, Customer Acquisition and Retention, Neylon will have accountability for all aspects of the DISH TV group's strategy and performance. Neylon will retain oversight of the company's Customer Acquisition and Retention departments. To download a photo of Brian Neylon, click here .
- Warren Schlichting, who will serve as EVP, Group President, Sling TV. Formerly EVP, Marketing, Programming and Media Sales, Schlichting will have accountability for all aspects of the Sling TV group's strategy and performance. Schlichting will retain oversight of the DISH Media Sales and Programming departments. To download a photo of Warren Schlichting, click here .
- EVP John Swieringa, who succeeds Carlson as COO for DISH. In this capacity, Swieringa will oversee all operational departments supporting the company's DISH TV, Sling TV and Wireless groups, including the company's customer support centers, its in-home installation workforce and the company's IT department. To download a photo of John Swieringa, click here .
- EVP and Chief Technology Officer Vivek Khemka, who joins Carlson's leadership team. Khemka's DISH Technologies organization supports DISH TV, Sling TV, and the wireless business. The organization is responsible for technology strategy, product management, engineering, product development, supply chain management, broadcast operations and OTT delivery. To download a photo of Vivek Khemka, click here .
Prior to that, Erik managed DISH's In-Home Services, Customer Service Centers, Customer Billing, and Information Technology organizations, as well as Manufacturing, which consists of equipment retrieval and refurbishment operations. Erik also served as SVP of Retail Services and Sales, where he managed the company's indirect sales operations.Erik received his undergraduate degree from Bradley University. To download a photo of Erik Carlson, click here . About David Scott: David Scott comes to DISH after a 20-year career with Walmart. Across his career, he has been responsible for the recruiting, training, education and compensation programs serving the retailer's now 1.4 million-strong U.S. workforce. His most recent assignment with the retail giant has been SVP of Talent and Organizational Effectiveness. Scott started with the Bentonville, Arkansas retailer as an assistant store manager after graduating from the University of Florida in 1997 with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration. "David is a rare executive that possesses the type of entrepreneurial DNA we cherish at DISH and has a passion for employee advocacy and development," said Carlson. "We share the belief that human resources should serve not just as a corporate function, but as a strategic asset to the business." To download a photo of David Scott, click here . About DISH DISH Network Corporation is a connectivity company. Since 1980, DISH has served as the disruptive force in the pay-TV industry, driving innovation and value on behalf of consumers. Through its subsidiaries, the company provides television entertainment and award-winning technology to millions of customers with its satellite DISH TV and streaming Sling TV services. DISH operates a national in-home installation workforce, as well as an advertising sales group delivering targeted advertising solutions on DISH TV and Sling TV. In addition to its TV services, DISH has commenced buildout of a nationwide narrowband "Internet of Things" network that will apply capacity from its strategic spectrum portfolio. DISH Network Corporation (NASDAQ: DISH) is a Fortune 200 company. For more information on DISH TV products and services, visit www.dish.comFor more information on Sling TV products and services, visit www.sling.comFor company information, visit about.dish.com Subscribe to DISH email alerts: http://about.dish.com/alertsFollow @DISHNews on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/DISHNews View original content with multimedia: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/dish-names-new-ceo-group-presidents-chro-announces-organizational-framework-300566756.html SOURCE DISH Network Corporation