The LinkedIn profile of Ward Meachum was part of a marketing campaign for Season 1 of Iron Fist. This profile could be accessed via an advertisement on the Chikara Dojo website. On Meachum's profile there's also a video, where Joy Meachum and Ward Meachum are being interviewed by the New York Bulletin. This is a page which includes all the Linkedin posts and information of Ward Meachum.
Chief Executive Officer
Dec 2004 – Present (12 years 4 months) Greater New York City Area
Following the untimely and tragic loss of CEO Harold Meachum, Ward left the promising Domani Architecture and shifted his focus solely to assuming his father’s responsibility at Rand Enterprises’ flagship office. One of the all time youngest Fortune 500 CEOs, Ward was tasked with leading Rand Enterprises during one of the most turbulent periods of the company’s proud history. Ward instantly dispelled doubts and proved to be every bit the economic maestro his father was, deftly navigating the challenges and responsibilities of his new position with the tact and ingenuity that’s come to be synonymous with the Meachum name.
Jan 2002 – 2004 (2 years 3 months) Greater New York City Area
Ward first entered Rand Enterprises by spearheading their then-floundering subsidiary Domani Architecture. Under Ward’s leadership, Domani aggressively utilized dozens of the varying resources under the Rand Enterprises umbrella to pioneer a series of revelations in composite construction materials aimed at expediting building projects. The “light rebar” project alone led Domani to the forefront of construction purveyors and has been featured in dozens of projects around the world Singapore, Dubai, and Greece.
University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School
Bachelor of Science (BS), Double Major: Finance and Management
Honors & Awards
- Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year Nominee
- Landman and Zack LLP: Day of Giving Back Participant
- NY Bulletin Philanrophy Award
- Profit 500 GTA Award for Excellence in Entrepreneurship
- Profit Mag "Hot 50" Entrepreneurs
- University of Pennsylvania - The Wharton School