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Publishing company executive

Richard Stuart Rosenzweig, American publishing company executive. Recipient Do-ers award, 1988, Beverly Hills medal Beverly Hills City Council, 1993.


Rosenzweig, Richard Stuart was born on August 8, 1935 in Appleton, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Walter J. and Rose (Bahcall) Rosenzweig.


Bachelor of Science, Northwestern University, 1957. Advanced Management Program, Harvard University, 1975.


Credit representative, Dun & Bradstreet, Inc., 1958;with, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., since 1958;executive assistant to president, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., 1963-1973;senior vice-president, director, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., since 1973;director marketing, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., since 1974;executive vice president publications group, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., 1975-1977;executive vice president, head West Coast operations, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., 1977-1980;executive vice president corporation affairs, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., Los Angeles, 1980-1982;executive vice president, chairman emeritus, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., since 1982;president, Playboy Jazz Festivals, since 1989. Director I. Bahcall Industries, Appleton.


Trustee Los Angeles Film Exposition. Member 2d decade council American Film Institute. Board directors Museum Contemporary Art, Chicago, Periodical and Book Association American, International Institute Kidney Diseases of University of California at Los Angeles, Children of Night, Maple Center Beverly Hills.

Member, chairman board University of California at Los Angeles Legislation Network, Town Hall of California. Advisory board West Hollywood Marketing Corporation, since 1985. Board directors Southern California American Civil Liberties Union, since 1985.

Member Los Angeles County Museum. Appointed to blue ribbon committee project West Coast Gateway. With Army of the United States, 1957.

Chairman Modern and Contemporary Art Council Los Angeles County Museum of Art. President Beverly Hills Cultural Center. Executive committee Henry Mancini Institute.

Vice president Fraternity of Friends music Center. Director Variety Club Southern California, West Hollywood C. of C. Member University of California at Los Angeles Chancellor's Associates, University of California at Los Angeles Royce 270.

Official ambassador Government Beverly Hills. Member American Marketing Aslsn., Los Angeles Public Affairs Officers Association, President's Circuit, Beverly Hills C. of Chamber (board directors, visitors' bureau, vice president), Beverly Hills Fine Art Commission (chairman), Beverly Hills Economic Development Council, Founders Circle of Music Center, Public Affairs Council, Craft and Folk Art Museum, President' Council and Contemporary Arts Council Los Angeles Museum Contemporary Art, The American Cinematheque (groundbreaker), Beverly Hills Rotary Club, Academy television Arts and Sciences.


Walter J. Rosenzweig

Rose (Bahcall) Rosenzweig