Christopher T. (Kit) Dahl has spent the majority of his 30-year career founding, acquiring and running numerous distribution, marketing, communication, and entertainment-related businesses. Most recently he was CEO of Intelefilm, the country’s leading producer of animated and live action TV commercials. Prior to film, he was CEO of Children’s Broadcasting, which he formed in 1985 to purchase major and small market radio stations. During this period, he developed the nationally acclaimed network known as “AAHS World Radio,” the country’s premier radio network devoted exclusively to programming for children 24/7.
Kit presently is the general partner in Forum Investments, LLC. Forum owns and operates radio tower sites, commercial real estate, and it makes investments in leveraged buyouts.
When not involved in his various business interests, Kit has spent time writing a book and several television screenplays, the most commercially successful resulting in the hit TV series, “The Six Million Dollar Man.” He added Executive Producer to his credentials in 1999 with the film “True Rights.”
Kit’s volunteer activities have included University of Minnesota CLA Advisory Board, Children’s National Film Festival, Association of Publicly Traded Companies, Entertainment Executives for MADD and numerous local civic organizations. He is a member of the World Presidents/Young Presidents Organizations.
Kit and his wife, Deb Hopp, live in Orono and have two sons and two daughters.
CLA, University of Minnesota
Harvard – Executive Business School