Mark Heninger has a rare blend of technical, marketing and business acumen. Those strengths allow him to understand crucial technical processes and translate these technical concepts into profitable Internet business models. His years of experience with the development of entertainment technologies is why companies, including the Creative Projects Group®, seek his experience on projects in order to properly monetize existing and emerging markets. He has consistently crafted dynamic distribution, marketing and advertising strategies for film, television, music, and corporate branding.
Jasper Sirny Kim is a U.S-qualified lawyer with legal and investment banking experience in New York, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Educated in the U.S. and England, he received legal training at Harvard Law School (PON, 2005), received his Juris Doctor in Law from Rutgers University and an MSc. (Economic History) from the London School of Economics, as well as an MBA from the University of London. He was in-house legal counsel with the global investment bank of Lehman Brothers (Tokyo), where he worked on various structured cross-border transactions, and thereafter joined Barclays Capital Asia Ltd. (Hong Kong) as Associate Director of the firm's Debt Capital Markets team.
Claude Johnson is an author, historian, writer, and founder of the Black Fives Foundation, a Greenwich, CT-based tax-exempt 501(c)(3) public charity whose mission is to research, preserve, showcase, and teach the pre-NBA history of African-American basketball while honoring its pioneers and their descendants. The Black Fives Foundation Archives contain the world's leading collection of historical artifacts from that period, known as the Black Fives Era.
Kathryn Linehan brings over twenty years of experience in the fields of film, wellness, education and finance to the Board of Advisors of Creative Projects Group®. Her business training was with Mellon Bank in Wealth Management, Wells Fargo's Commercial Bank, and in sales management with Xerox. In establishing Mellon Bank within the film, television, and music industries, she became a trusted advisor to entertainment industry executives and talent. Within Wells Fargo's commercial banking division, Kathryn served as a business development officer and earned the highest ranking for cross-selling throughout the nation. Kathryn was extensively trained in Xerox's consultative selling program as an account executive where she managed a team of product specialists to serve Fortune 500 clients.
Michelle Chubarov McIntosh is a producer, production executive, writer, and entrepreneur with film and television production expertise, creative abilities, and business acumen. Ms. McIntosh is currently the CEO of Willow Creek Pictures, and formerly ran the Production Services division at Universal Studios Hollywood for seven years where she supervised up to 450 productions per year, including Mission Impossible 3, Desperate Housewives, and Ellen, and surpassed revenue quota by over 100% annually. Prior to that, she worked on- and off-set in production on various feature films, TV shows, music videos, and commercials, such as Scorched with Woody Harrelson and Alicia Silverstone, According to Spencer with Giovanni Ribisi, and Resurrection Blvd with Elizabeth Pena. She was also a producer on the Ivan Sergei directed film Rebellion with Patrick Dempsey and Joe Viterelli.
Elliott Nix is the Head of YouTube Sales: Retail, Consumer Electronics and Telecom at Google. With over 18 years in Media & Advertising, spent primarily at the OMD USA Advertising Agency and Google, Elliott has worked on blue chip clients such as AT&T, Comcast, Bank of America and Macy's. His experience includes TV Buying, V.O.D., Mobile App promotion, Search, Programmatic and Online Video. Since joining the Video Sales team in mid-2016, he has focused on client Video challenges, and the shift from "Television first" marketing to a Video Neutral approach. Prior to that, Elliott worked specifically on Google mobile marketing in Telecom, Tech & Retail, as mSearch Head of Industry-Finance and as Senior Account Executive for Google TV Ads. He helped Google become the largest mobile Search, Display and Video Network in the world.
Eric Philo is a Managing Director at Avalon Worth, an investment bank in New York. He started his career at Goldman, Sachs, where he spent 13 years as a senior equity securities analyst following media companies. He also served in senior positions at Brompton Cross Capital Advisors, a long/short hedge fund, Shopkorn Associates, a family office/hedge fund, and Jennison Associates, a money manager serving institutions and individuals. Mr. Philo's particular focus is media, internet and telecommunications, although he has broad experience across many industries.