About Jon Leiberman
Jon is currently a Vice President and Executive Producer for SAP managing a global team of multi-media content creators within Global Corporate Affairs. He oversees a team tasked with creating audio, video and social media content. Within 6 months of starting at SAP, he was named to the "fast track" leadership program.
Jon Leiberman is an Emmy award-winning investigative correspondent, host, executive producer and victim advocate. He has also created and executive produced original video series for the web in addition to consulting major corporations and media entities on content development, execution and social media. Jon has also held a variety of managerial and leadership roles. He's hosted and was the executive producer of a daily news show, "Leiberman Live" on Sirius XM and served as an investigative correspondent for the Howard Stern Show. He's been a CNN HLN contributor and created and hosted a web series for AOL entitled "Searching For Justice." His first book "Whitey on Trial" was released by Forge/MacMillan on Feb.25,2014. He runs LeibermanMedia,Inc - a full service production and social media management company that also specializes in content consulting and on-camera training in addition to Public Relations and Crisis Communications services.
Jon has filed hundreds of reports on fugitives across the country and abroad for the FOX TV show “America’s Most Wanted.” An expert in all things crime, he has appeared on national shows including “TODAY”, “Shepard Smith’s Fox Report”, “Nancy Grace,” and “The Maury Povich Show."
Jon has served as a Professor in residence at the University of Iowa School of Journalism, and has lectured at the University of Maryland and McDaniel College. Jon sits on the board of the National Domestic Violence Registry and PAVE.
He received a 2005 Payne Special Citation for Ethics in Journalism and holds a bachelor's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
“Jon is not only one of the most reputable journalists in the industry, he understands the true dynamics of crime and victimization from his years of experience. We are grateful to have his expertise to help guide our organization.”
Myra Spearman, the Executive Director of National Domestic Violence Registry