Evan Shapiro is an Emmy and Peabody Award winner, having produced or created more than 150 television series, specials, documentaries and podcasts, including Portlandia, Comedy Bang Bang, Maron, National Lampoon Radio Hour Podcast, The Roast Of Your Teenage Self, Dinner For Five, Please Like Me, Take My Wife, Bajillion Dollar Propertie$, Shrink, Trapped In The Closet, Harmonquest, Laurie Kilmartin’s 45 Jokes About My Dead Dad, Doug Stanhope’s No Place Like Home, Jospeh Gordon Leavitt’s HitRecord, Fortitude, Carlos, My Brother My Brother & Me, Brick City, This Film Is Not Yet Rated, and Funny Women of A Certain Age.
Dolly Wolf is an experienced program creator/director with outstanding program and project management track record. She is able to bridge diverse communities, resulting in high-impact collaboration and communication among all participants. She has proven success in all aspects of program development, including idea and strategy; project planning and execution; speaker recruitment; event management; promotion; and delivering on time and on budget.
Dr. Mierzejewska holds an M.A. in Economics from Warsaw School of Economics from Warsaw School of Economics in Poland, and earned her Ph.D. in management at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. Her research and teaching focuses on media management and digitisation and its impact on media organizations and media workers.
Zenita has a deep passion for technology and has over three decades in the cable industry with Jerrold/General Instrument, Motorola, ARRIS and most recently as Vice President of marketing and business development at the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE®), a subsidiary of CableLabs®. Zenita currently serves as Chief Marketing Officer at Segra, one of the nation’s largest fiber networks that provides best in class broadband and data security solutions throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic.
Founder, Parks + Rec Group
Craig Parks is the founder of Parks + Rec Group, an agency that helps non-content companies create winning strategies and entertainment industry-level content. Prior to that, he was the GM of Brands, responsible for the management and growth of Jukin's five consumer brands, and before that, the Vice President, Programming for Watchable, Comcast’s cross-platform video service that curated a selection of the best content from popular online video networks and shows.
At Miner & Co. Studio, Robert leads a team of strategic research, marketing and brand consultants with a proven track record in guiding brand positioning, brand experience, marketing communications, new product development, digital content development and TV programs and concepts.
Leerone Anolik is a Strategy and Operations Manager at Google, providing thought leadership, insights, strategic and operational support to Google’s Global Business Development team.
Michael Smith, NPR's Chief Marketing Officer, brings more than 30 years of experience in entertainment brand marketing, content, digital, and revenue generating brand extensions.
Hellman’s team consists of over 200 full-time employees, and she is responsible for overall content strategy, national news, the Spectrum News mobile app, and collaboration across the Charter Communications organization with Government Affairs, Spectrum Reach, and other internal divisions.