Gary Dixon is President of The Foundation for a Better Life whose mission is to promote positive values through the media.
The messages for the Foundation have aired on 7 Networks, 900 TV
stations, 5,000 theatre screens and in Spanish to 21 Latin American
Countries. They also appear on over 10,000 billboards around the
country including Times Square. Their outdoor effort was recently
recognized as the most successful Public Service Campaign in the
history of the billboard industry. National awards include the TELLY,
Creativity, Mobius, Cine Golden Eagle, and Gabriel.
Formerly, he served as Vice President of Bonneville Communications
where he directed the creative development of many successful
campaigns, including Major League Baseball, Homefront, Children’s
Miracle Network, and the American Cancer Society.
He has also been a speaker at regional and national advertising
conferences for the American Advertising Federation and creative
seminars. Other assignments took him to Jakarta, Indonesia where he
served as a communications consultant on a government project and,
early in his career, to Japan where he directed a documentary on the
first Trans-Pacific flight.
Gary has a Masters Degree in Communications from Brigham Young
University and Bachelors in Broadcasting from Texas Tech University. He
serves on the Board of Advisors for the Harvard Center for Media and
Child Health and on the National Board of Directors for the College of
Mass Communications at Texas Tech University. He lives with his wife
Susan and family in Denver, Colorado.