Larry Beasley, who graduated from Alice High School, recently celebrated his seventh anniversary as the President and CEO of The Washington Times. He began his career with the company in October 2012 just after the company celebrated its 30th anniversary.
Beasley joined the company at a time of great challenge and has helped lead the company through an intensive period of product line expansion, strategic turnaround, improving TWT’s news and business operations, as well as cultivating an aggressive customer-focused and profit-minded environment. Beasley’s considerable professional and personal experience has allowed him to instinctively resonate with TWT’s founding principles of freedom, faith, family, and conservative values.
Beasley’s impressive career includes leadership in a number of notable media properties. Throughout his distinguished career in the news industry, Beasley has played an active role in numerous non-profit and community organizations.
Beasley and his wife, Laurie, have three grown children who have each achieved their own successful business careers after graduating from college.