Manager | Producer
3 Arts Entertainment
KALH Board Of Directors
Sarah has acted as both a talent manager and producer at 3 Arts Entertainment for the past 11 years, whereby she represents acclaimed actors, along with writers and directors. Prior to her start at 3 Arts, she advanced her career at CAA, and was an agent at the Osbrink Agency and The Gersh Agency, for nearly a decade.
Edwin Chung is Vice President of Comedy Development at 20th Century Television Studios, where he oversees the development of half-hour series for both broadcast and streaming and serves as the executive in charge of the upcoming reimagining of The Wonder Years with Lee Daniels and the Modern Family spinoff, among other projects. He was previously Senior Vice President at Legendary Television, where Chung built and oversaw the studio’s current series department, working on such shows as Love and Lost in Space for Netflix, Colony for USA, Carnival Row for Amazon, and Looming Tower for Hulu. Beginning his career at NBC, Chung worked his way up the ranks at both the studio and network, ultimately serving as SVP, Comedy Programming, and Current Primetime Series, developing The Office and in charge of the creative production of shows like 30 Rock, Friday Night Lights, Community, Chuck, Scrubs, My Name is Earl, Up All Night, and Hannibal. Chung was named one of the top 35 entertainment industry executives under the age of 35 by The Hollywood Reporter. He served in the internship program at Barry Levinson’s company and began his career as a business planner in Touchstone/Walt Disney Pictures’ Development Finance and Planning group. Born and raised outside of Chicago, IL, Chung graduated with honors from Stanford University.
Ted Chung is the Founder and Chairman of Cashmere Agency and drives the company’s business development and creative strategy. Under his direction, the agency designs and executes targeted campaigns to help global brands authentically reach their multicultural millennial consumer.
Since Cashmere’s establishment in 2003, Ted has led the agency to accumulate a diverse client roster including BMW of North America, Jack in the Box, Google, Amazon, Adidas, Lyft, Diageo, Beats by Dre, Disney, Marvel, ABC, Turner Broadcasting, FX, Hulu, Universal Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Netflix, FOX, Snoop Dogg, and more. Cashmere Agency has been recognized as a leading force within the Creative Industry and has been the recipient of multiple awards including the 2019 Cannes, Lions Creative Award, The Clio Awards, AdColor, A100, and was named AdAge’s Multicultural 2019 Agency of the Year.
Ted holds a BA in Business with a specialization in Entertainment Marketing from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He has been a guest speaker at Harvard University, Babson School of Business, and the Directors Guild of America Music for Film & TV Conference.
Ted has been featured in Fast Company, LA Times, Wall Street Journal, CNN, AdWeek, Billboard, and VICE as an expert on multicultural lifestyle and culture marketing. An industry veteran and serial entrepreneur, Ted Chung has received accolades across the industry including The Entertainment Mogul Award by Character Media and an ADCOLOR Rockstar Award nominee, a prestigious accord that recognizes the top leaders and visionaries within the industry.
Ted is an avid traveler and enjoys collecting unique items, including his extensive hip-hop memorabilia like the illustrious “Rap Snacks” collection and rap action figures. He is also the proud owner of the rare Datsun 220z T-Top.
Sandra Kang is a founding partner at Range Media Partners, a fairly new talent management company. Here, as an innovative marketing professional with 20+ years experience, she runs the brand partnership business at the intersection of brand marketing and entertainment culture. Her expertise includes development and execution of integrated marketing programs, which she leads with strategic insight, influencing Social Media, Digital Television, Motion Picture, Music, Fashion, Sports, and CSR across the Hollywood landscape. Her clients both past and present include The Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Samsung, Diageo, Burberry, and Dolby.
Senior Vice President of Finance
KALH Chief Financial Officer
Senior Vice President of Finance
Jay Kim is the current Senior Vice President of Finance at Paramount Pictures.
He spent the early years of his life in Seoul, and at the age of 7, moved to Pittsburgh and later New York City, with his parents and younger sister. After earning a BS in Accounting from Binghamton University, Jay headed to the West Coast to earn his MBA in Finance from Pepperdine University.
With a clear-cut focus on entertainment, Jay served as an intern at Disney. The following year, he accepted a full-time offer at the Paramount Pictures television group. After one year, Jay made the shift to motion picture finance, in which he currently works. He oversees the film ultimates for Paramount Pictures’ upcoming slates, current releases, and library titles. In addition, for the past few years, Jay began overseeing the company’s and studio’s overhead budgets.
Jay lent his early support to organizations including APEX (Asian Professional Exchange), East West Players, and the San Diego Asian Film Festival. Complementing the good fortune in his professional life, Jay has worked with charities like Cystic Fibrosis and Heal the Bay.
He credits his wife, daughters, and friends for their support. Jay is proud to be a co-founder of KALH, and he would like to thank the Korean American community for their ongoing interest in the culture and arts.
Senior Vice President
Senior Vice President
As Senior Vice President, International Originals for HBO Max, Jeniffer Kim holds paramount responsibility with regard to international content for the streaming platform. She commissions HBO original series and co-productions for the platform pertaining to international markets targeted for the US and global audiences.
In collaboration with some of the biggest names in international television, Jenifer and her team have secured top programming for HBO Max, bringing anticipated series to global audiences. Her International Originals slate is comprised of series across integral genres, formats, and languages. Among her HBO Max titles include the critically acclaimed original It’s A Sin from screenwriter Russell T.
Davies, Spanish limited series Veneno, Israeli series Valley of Tears, the upcoming romantic comedy Starstruck, and limited series including The Tourist and The Girl Before. Prior to joining HBO Max, Jeniffer served as SVP of Original Programming for TBS and played an integral role in the evolution of the network. Earning the reputation as a trailblazer, Jeniffer worked on such culturally resonant and critically acclaimed series as Search Party, now on HBO Max, Angie Tribeca, American Dad, and the Emmy®- award-winning Full Frontal with Samantha Bee. Jeniffer began her career as a comedy coordinator at Touchstone Television (now ABC Studios). A California Bay Area native now living in Los Angeles, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Visual Arts from the University of California, San Diego.
Rob Kim began his career in the mailroom at the United Talent Agency in 1992 after graduating from UCLA. He became the youngest agent at the company, getting promoted to agent at age 23. As a Television Literary and Packaging agent, Kim went on to represent high-level writers, producers, actors, and performers in all areas of the entertainment industry. His clients included: Edward Allen Bernero (Criminal Minds); Drew Goddard (The Martian); Marc Guggenheim (Arrow); James Gunn (Guardians of the Galaxy); Mike Kelley (Revenge); Steve Molaro (The Big Bang Theory); Chris Mundy (Ozark); Nelly (Multi-platinum selling recording artist); Luvh Rakhe (New Girl); Brooke Shields (Lipstick Jungle); Vanessa Taylor (Game Of Thrones); Jonathan Tropper (Warrior); and The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
After 17 successful years at UTA, Kim took the opportunity to start and run a production company with a longtime client, Bernero, under a multi-year overall deal, with ABC Television Studios. Under that deal, the company executive produced CRIMINAL MINDS and the spinoff, CM: SUSPECT BEHAVIOR. Kim then returned to the representation business as a Vice-President at UTA, where he rebuilt a roster of clients which, in addition to numerous writers and producers, included such actors as, Jennifer Beals (The L-Word), Leslie Jones (SNL), Sara Rue (Impastor), Daniel Dae Kim (Hawaii 5-0), and Wesley Snipes (Expendables 3). Kim then launched and ran his own management company, Foundation Artist Management, which focused on representing writers, development, and international format acquisition.
Kim returned to agenting in 2019, joining the Buchwald agency, where he runs the literary division. As Head of Literary, he oversees all motion picture and television and film finance and sales.
Senior Vice President
KALH Board Of Directors
Senior Vice President
KALH Board Of Directors
Eric Kim is currently Senior Vice President of Current Programs at CBS Television.
In that capacity, he has overseen all phases of production on both comedy and drama series such as Blue Bloods, FBI Most Wanted, FBI International, B Positive, SEAL Team, and Dead to Me, to name a few.
Prior to CBS, Eric worked in live action series for Nickelodeon and Teen Nick. Eric was Vice President of Programming at the CW and part of the creative team that launched the new network.
After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature, Eric got his start in the entertainment industry working for director Jonathan Demme in New York.
Kim currently sits on the board of Colour Entertainment, a non-profit organization of diverse executives in the media landscape; he is also a Board Member of non-profit Korean American Leaders in Hollywood (KALH).
Lionsgate Motion Picture Group
KALH Board Of Directors
Lionsgate Motion Picture Group
KALH Board Of Directors
Industry veteran Helen Lee-Kim serves as President of International for Lionsgate’s Motion Picture Group. A key member of the film leadership team, Lee-Kim is responsible for leading the Company’s international motion picture business and oversees a film slate that has generated nearly $10 billion at the global box office over the past six years.
Lee-Kim manages a global distribution infrastructure encompassing output deals and partnerships with leading distributors around the world. She also works closely with Lionsgate UK and IDC (Lionsgate’s joint venture in Latin America) and oversees the Company’s growing film activities in China and India. In addition to in-house productions, Lee-Kim oversees the business of representing films for key third-party producers in the international marketplace. She is also focused on expanding international co-production opportunities.
Lee-Kim heads a team with unparalleled knowledge of the international film marketplace, strong relationships with best-in-class talent and expertise in creating bold, original films that resonate with a global audience.
Throughout her career at Lionsgate, Lee-Kim has overseen the international release of some of Lionsgate’s iconic film franchises including The Hunger Games, which grossed nearly $3 billion worldwide, as well as recent global successes such as the latest installment of the John Wick series and the critically-acclaimed hit Knives Out.
Lee-Kim first joined Lionsgate in 2007 under the first tour of duty of Motion Picture Group Chairman Joe Drake having worked with him at Mandate Pictures as Vice President of International Sales at Mandate Pictures. She then left to partner with Drake in building Good Universe before returning to Lionsgate in October of 2017.
A graduate of Loyola-Marymount School of Film & Television, Lee-Kim started her career at IFTA (International Film & TV Association), the trade association that runs the AFM (American Film Market), and also held a post at Franchise Pictures as the Director of International Sales.
Keli Lee is a transformational and innovative leader with a successful track record of building new growth businesses, by leveraging her dual expertise in business and creativity, and through her passion and vision for investing in diversity and inclusion.
In 2016, Keli Lee, as Managing Director at ABC Studios International (ABCSI- part of The Walt Disney Company), built the company’s first international TV studio from the ground up after she identified an opportunity for international content and developed the strategic vision and business plan. In three years, under Lee’s management, ABCSI has successfully: Developed a robust portfolio of owned original content globally, resulting in 3 series produced, 3 series in production in 2020, and 33 projects in development worldwide; Built strong relationships with established and emerging international talent, production companies, international networks and streaming platforms; Financed its productions by securing substantial international tax incentives from federal and state governments and strategic international pre-sales.
Prior to ABCSI, Lee was EVP/Head of Talent and Casting at ABC Entertainment Group (ABCEG), a position she held for more than a decade. In this capacity, Lee oversaw all talent, casting, and talent deal negotiations for ABC Network and ABC Studios. Lee pioneered a strategy of diverse, inclusive, and international casting that led to commercially and critically acclaimed iconic series such as “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Modern Family,” “Scandal,”“How to Get Away with Murder,” “Lost,” “Desperate Housewives,” “black-ish,” “Fresh Off the Boat”.
Under Lee’s decade of leadership, ABCEG received a total of 224 Emmy® Award and Golden Globe® Award nominations in the Outstanding Acting Categories, including Kerry Washington and Sofia Vergara; 35 Emmy and Golden Globe Awards, including Viola Davis’ historic Emmy Award in 2015 as the first African-American actress to win Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama.
Michael Lee is the Chief Operating Officer & Chief Financial Officer of Perfect World Pictures (USA), whereby he oversees all operational, financial, and commercial matters with respect to Perfect World’s Hollywood-based film and television production ventures, including Perfect World’s slate co-financing deal with Universal Pictures (the first multi-year slate deal between a Chinese company and a major U.S. studio).
Prior to joining Perfect World as CFO in 2017, Lee was the Senior Vice President of Film Finance & Deal Analysis for Village Roadshow Pictures Entertainment and acting CFO for VREG Asia. At VRPE, Lee managed all quantitative aspects of the greenlight process, including analyses of current market conditions for film in all media, film economics, talent participations, and deal structures. Lee’s responsibilities also included maintaining the financial lifetime projections for all feature films of the film library across the various revenue streams, analyzing financial and strategic implications of emerging distribution platforms and potential new business initiatives, and providing financial analyses for capital market transactions with respect to Village Roadshow Pictures. Additionally, as acting CFO of VREG Asia, Lee oversaw all financial matters with respect to Village Roadshow’s Beijing-based subsidiary, engaged in Chinese film production and distribution.
Before joining Village Roadshow Pictures in 2007, Lee worked in Business Development & Strategic Planning for Fox Entertainment Group, in which he supported new business initiatives across areas including broadcast, cable, sports, digital/ interactive media, mobile, and video games. Prior to Fox, Lee had been an investment analyst for Bank of America Securities, focusing on mid-cap media & entertainment companies like Pixar, DreamWorks Animation, Lionsgate, and Marvel. He has also served as an advisor to Nolej Records, an independent music label based in New York, and was co-founder of Woomera Therapeutics, a biopharmaceutical company concentrated on developing new treatments for small-cell lung and breast cancers.
Multifaceted Korean-American actor & Taekwondo Master Will Yun Lee has taken on James Bond, gone claw-to-claw with The Wolverine, and is currently seen in two major TV series — as series regular “Dr. Alex Park” in ABC’s “The Good Doctor” (Season 3 currently airing Monday nights) and living multiple lives as ‘Takeshi Kovacs’ on Netflix’s “Altered Carbon” (Season 2 just released on February 27th).
Lee has consistently churned out brilliant work, creating and trailblazing roles for the Asian community in some of the best and most exciting film and TV projects of our time, solidifying himself as a leading man in diverse representation in Hollywood.
On television, Lee can be seen as ‘Takeshi Kovacs’ on Netflix’s original series “Altered Carbon,” opposite Joel Kinnaman (season 1) and Anthony Mackie (season 2). Based on the cyberpunk noir novel of the same name by Richard K. Morgan, the series is set more than 300 years into the future and follows the journey of a prisoner returning to life in a new body, compelled to solve a mind-bending murder in order to obtain his freedom. Viewers this season were shocked to see a surprising duel between Kovacs vs. Kovacs! Takeshi Kovacs, initially debuted by Will Yun Lee in the first season, not only finds himself “re-sleeved” into an upgraded body (Anthony Mackie) after Joel Kinnaman but also facing down his original form. Written and produced by AVATAR co-writer Laeta Kalogridis, the show is one of Netflix’s most expensive shows ever (said to cost $6-7 million per episode). Lee also stars as series regular ‘Dr. Alex Park’ on the Golden Globe Award-nominated ABC series “The Good Doctor”. The groundbreaking series follows a young surgeon with autism and Savant syndrome who is recruited into the surgical unit of a prestigious hospital. The series itself is based on the 2013 award-winning South Korean series of the same name, which actor Daniel Dae Kim bought and developed the series for Sony Pictures Television / ABC. Lee’s ‘Dr. Alex Park’ is an ex-cop who decided to become a doctor. With 11.22 million total viewers, the series premiered as the most-watched Monday drama debut on ABC in 21 years. Additionally, with a global audience of 50 million viewers, “The Good Doctor” was named the most-watched drama series in the world at the Monte Carlo TV Festival. Lee previously starred as Taka, one of the leading roles of USA Network’s ongoing series “Falling Water,” directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadilla. The supernatural, drama-mystery centered on three strangers who, after recognizing they were dreaming parts of the same dream, realized that the future of the world lies in their hands. Additional television credits include his role as Sang Min in “Hawaii Five-0”; Kwon in the Cinemax series “Strike Back,” opposite Michelle Yeoh; and Mr. Gus in HBO’s final season of Alan Ball’s “True Blood.”
On the feature side, Lee can be seen in the “Rogue Warfare” trilogy opposite Stephen Lang which follows a group of military elites from the U.S., Russia, UK, China, and France who join forces to fight an underground terrorist network. He will also lend his voice in Sony’s upcoming animated feature film “Wish Dragon” opposite Constance Wu, John Cho, and Jackie Chan which is slated for a 2020 release. Lee was most recently seen as Agent Park in New Line Cinema’s science fiction, monster film, “Rampage,” opposite Dwayne Johnson and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Additional film credits include Dr. Kim Park in Warner Bros.’ blockbuster standout, “San Andreas,” opposite Dwayne Johnson and Paul Giamatti; supporting role as Timothy Cress in “Spy,” starring Melissa McCarthy, Jude Law, Rose Byrne, and Bobby Cannavale; Harada in Twentieth Century Fox’s “The Wolverine,” opposite Hugh Jackman; Captain Cho in FilmNation’s “Red Dawn,” opposite Chris Hemsworth and Josh Hutcherson; and Marek in Colombia Pictures’ “Total Recall,” opposite Colin Farrell.
Lee is a Master in Taekwondo (5th degree Black Belt), following in the footsteps of his very influential father, who is a Taekwondo Grandmaster. Receiving a full athletic scholarship and majoring in political science and ethnic studies, Lee graduated from the University of California Berkeley.
Lee currently resides in Tarzana with his wife and son.
Christina Lee is a writer and showrunner, most recently for the series Made For Love for HBO Max. She was previously co-executive producer and writer on Search Party (HBOMax) and Wet Hot American Summer (Netflix). Christina is also the co-host of the podcast “The Diversity Hires with Christina Lee and Neha Potalia“ which discusses workplace racism and discrimination in the entertainment industry.
Kymber Lim founded MAJYK Studios with the purpose of developing and producing diverse content to dismantle cultural barriers in media. Prior to MAJYK, Kim consulted for Netflix International Originals, managing projects in Asia, and is an Emmy award-winning visual effects producer, with an extensive productions background, having worked with all the major studios and streamers, as well as major brands and branded content.
Lim assisted influential producers and directors including Lorenzo DiBonaventura, Michael Bay, Gore Verbinski, Joe Kosinski, Steven DeKnight, and Bong Joon-ho in the visual development of their projects; she also consulted and produced for brands such as Coca Cola, Monster Energy, Ogio, Marriott, Harlem Globetrotters, Trip Advisor, Microsoft, Starz, Paramount, IMAX, Disney, Digital Domain, Bento Box Entertainment, and many other Asian and domestic studios & production companies.
Lim is a member of prestigious groups including The Producer’s Guild, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and is the Founder and Chair of KALH (Korean American Leaders in Entertainment), a non-profit with the mission to uphold other Asian Americans in entertainment. She continues to work with the Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA) and the Overseas Koreans Foundation.
Monica Macer is a screenwriter, executive producer, and showrunner of Korean and African American descent. She has written for some of the most acclaimed television series over the last 15 years, including LOST and QUEEN SUGAR. Currently, Monica is proud to serve as showrunner and executive producer for MACGYVER (CBS).
Macer’s experience in television has spanned broadcast, cable, and streaming with writing and producing credits ranging from PRISON BREAK (FOX) to TEEN WOLF (MTV), NASHVILLE (ABC) to DECEPTION (NBC), and THE BREAKS (VH1). Last season, Macer served as showrunner and executive producer of Netflix’s Latinx dramedy, GENTEFIED. As showrunner of Queen Sugar’s second season, Macer was tapped as one of Variety’s 10 Writers to Watch.
Born in Chicago Heights and raised in the Midwest and New Jersey, Macer is a graduate of Vassar College in New York, where she soon after began her career in theater arts. Macer’s background and family lineage consistently inform her choices in projects, approach to storytelling, and organizational allegiances. She currently serves on the Motion Picture Television Fund’s (MPTF) NextGen board and is a co-founder of the newly minted organization, Korean American Leaders in Hollywood. Monica was also in the inaugural class of the NetKAL (Network for Korean American Leaders) Fellowship at USC. Additionally, Macer is a 2020 Coalition of Asian Pacific (CAPE) Writing Fellows Mentor.
Macer is married to actor/filmmaker Sterling Macer, Jr and she’s the proud mother of their daughter Dylan.
Prior to Skydance, Jun Oh served as President of Business and Legal Affairs for Global Road Entertainment. Jun had an extensive career at Warner Bros. Entertainment, in which he rose to Senior Vice President of Business Affairs. With that role, he was responsible for negotiations in development, production, co-financing, and distribution, securing deals for titles like Dunkirk, Ocean’s 8, Crazy Rich Asians, and Aquaman. Jun was previously Head of Business and Legal Affairs for Warner Independent Pictures, where he worked on deals for Slumdog Millionaire among others. He began his entertainment career at The Walt Disney Company in the business and legal affairs group. Jun was honored in Variety’s Legal Impact Report in 2020. He holds a BA from Cornell University, and a JD from UCLA School of Law.
Richard Jun is the Founding Partner and Managing Director of BAM Ventures, a top-performing early-stage consumer fund based in Los Angeles that he started with Brian Lee, a serial angel investor and the co-founder of Legalzoom, Shoedazzle, and The Honest Company. Richard received an A.B. with honors from Harvard University, and a J.D. from the Columbia University School of Law. He also serves as a judge for the prestigious E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year award and was named by LA Business Journal as among the top 500 most influential people in Los Angeles for 2020.
Theresa Kang-Lowe is the founder and CEO of Blue Marble Pictures and Blue Marble Management. Blue Marble Pictures has an exclusive multi-year overall producing deal at AppleTV+ for film and television. Blue Marble Management represents Oscar®-winning filmmaker Alfonso Cuaron, Emmy®-winner Lena Waithe, Golden Globe®-nominee and best-selling author Gillian Flynn, Korean American playwright Jason Kim, powerful new voice Little Marvin and multiple Emmy®-nominated writer/director Gordon Smith. Kang-Lowe is passionate about discovering and amplifying underrepresented voices that use the power of storytelling to craft transformative experiences of the human condition.
Kang-Lowe was a Partner and Agent at William Morris Endeavor Agency for 14 years, where she represented a broad array of award-winning producers, writers, directors, showrunners, and talent across film and television, including Alfonso Cuaron, Gillian Flynn, Riz Ahmed, Simon Beaufoy, Damien Chazelle, Deborah Chow, Lisa Joy, Ryan Coogler, and Steve Zaillian. Over the past few years, she has negotiated revenue in excess of half a billion dollars on behalf of her clients on behalf of the agency. She was the first Asian American to be promoted to Partner at WME and was the architect and co-founder of Empower, a company-wide program promoting diversity, inclusion, and mentorship.
In 2019, she was appointed Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti’s Entrepreneurs in Residence for the Evolve Entertainment Fund, focused on increasing diversity initiatives in the entertainment industry. That same year, she supported the $330M California tax production credit requiring the addition of diversity provisions including above-the-line diversity reporting. She is a member of the Advisory Board for Korean American Leaders in Hollywood (KALH). Her philanthropic passions include Harvest Home, which supports homeless pregnant women and their children, The Underground Museum, and Liberty in North Korea (LINK).
Kang-Lowe has been featured on numerous prestigious industry lists including The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Power 100, The Hollywood Reporter’s 50 Agents Empowering Diverse Voices in Hollywood, and Gold House’s A100 List.
Charlotte Koh, Media Executive and founder of Hulu Originals, in which she exclusively produced both Emmy- nominated scripted and unscripted television. Koh oversaw the production and development of Oscar-nominated feature films for Searchlight, digital & social media production, and audio storytelling at Hello Sunshine, and led teams as a senior executive at Marvel, GoPro, and HuffPost.
Her enterprises include Shine On with Reese (Netflix), Get Organized with The Home Edit (Netflix), The Awesomes (Hulu), East Los High (Hulu), Behind the Mask (Hulu), The Last King of Scotland (Searchlight), and Notes on a Scandal (Searchlight). Koh also serves as Adjunct Professor at the USC School of Cinematic Arts Peter Stark Producing Program, from which she earned her MFA. She also holds a BA from Stanford University.
Vertigo Entertainment, a production company founded by Roy Lee, has produced 50+ films and television shows in just over two decades. Prominent films include “The Ring”, “The Departed”, “The Strangers”, “The Lego Movie”, and Stephen King’s “It”. Vertigo’s television side has produced “Bates Motel,” “The Exorcist “, “The Stand”, and “Covenant”.
John is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Strong Ventures, where he focuses on consumer, fintech, and digital media investments, both in Korea and North America. Prior to Strong Ventures, John co-founded Phonevite, an award-winning internet telephony startup serving thousands of schools, non-profits, and community groups in North America. John started his Silicon Valley career as a Business Development Manager and then a Senior Product Manager at Dialpad, a hybrid Korean-Silicon Valley Voice over IP company that was acquired by Yahoo!, and which became Yahoo! Voice. His experience also includes working in finance as a Vice President of International Banking at US Bank and as Assistant Vice President of International Trade Finance at Comerica Bank. John’s passion for tech, global finance, and international relations grew, early in his professional life, while working in IT Management at the United Nations in New York and while obtaining his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Master of International Affairs from Columbia University.
Senior Vice President
Publicity & Communications
New Line Cinema
Senior Vice President
Publicity & Communications
New Line Cinema
Catherine Nam is Senior Vice President, Publicity & Communications at New Line Cinema. In her role, Nam spearheads communications and media relations for the film unit and oversees a broad range of initiatives. She works closely with Warner Bros. Pictures’ marketing and distribution teams to help shape the global publicity campaigns for New Line features both in theaters and on HBO Max. Nam also has an advisory role to Warner Bros. Theater Ventures, the studio’s live stage play division, which recently re-opened its Broadway smash Beetlejuice.
Since joining the division as Vice President, Publicity and Communications in 2015, Nam has played an integral role in shaping the narrative behind New Line’s diverse slate of motion pictures. This includes the record-shattering IT and The Conjuring Universe, two industry-leading franchises that transformed the horror genre and propelled global box office to new heights. She also steered communications through the COVID-19 pandemic, during which the company progressed multiple projects through various stages of production and release, including Mortal Kombat, The Many Saints of Newark, 8-Bit Christmas and the upcoming Don’t Worry Darling. Other upcoming theatrical projects include Black Adam, Salem’s Lot, Shazam! Fury of the Gods, and The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim, along with the HBO Max features Moonshot, House Party and Evil Dead Rise.
Prior to joining New Line, Nam spent more than a decade in international theatrical publicity for Warner Bros. Pictures where she contributed to six years of #1 international box office market share and six consecutive years of $4 billion+ in global box office revenue. Nam managed release and awards campaigns across 120 international territories for films such as The Hobbit trilogy, the Sex and the City films, Edge of Tomorrow and many others. She started her career as a Global Trainee at Warner Bros. and worked her way up to the studio’s executive ranks. Nam is a graduate of Northwestern University.
Ted Kim is a Technology and Media Chief Executive with 30+ years of domestic and international experience as a serial entrepreneur and corporate executive. A results-oriented, decisive leader with proven success in new market identification and development, strategic positioning, and growth, Kim optimizes value, changing & instilling company culture.
He has an exceptional record of increasing revenue and growing the bottom line while spearheading operational excellence in productivity and cost- reduction, with deep expertise in all aspects of operations from start-ups to multinational corporations. Kim is the perfect exemplar of preeminence in dynamic, demanding environments while remaining focused and pragmatic.
The Röckenwagner Bakery Group
The Röckenwagner Bakery Group
Patricia Röckenwagner is a branding, communications, and marketing expert, experienced in every aspect of developing and implementing global media campaigns for leading corporations and executives. Her recent work for a startup entertainment studio attempting to IPO on the Hong Kong Exchange, for Condé Nast’s new investment arm, and at Standard & Poor’s parent company McGraw-Hill, has earned her a rightful reputation as a savvy profile builder, global brand cultivator, and seasoned crisis manager. With a career spanning the fields of entertainment, technology, hospitality, politics, and non-profits, she has served on the management teams of Paramount Studios, Comcast, Time Warner and AT&T.
Prior to her corporate career, Patti served as chief of staff, campaign manager, and spokesperson for Senator Tom Hayden, as legislative director for Senator Art Torres, and legislative researcher for Senator Edward Kennedy. She remains active in political and civic affairs.
Together with her husband, celebrated chef, baker, and entrepreneur Hans Röckenwagner, Patti runs marketing, branding, and business development for The Röckenwagner Bakery Group, one of the fastest-growing bakery brands in the nation. It partners with premium companies including Whole Foods, Gelson’s, The Cheesecake Factory, and Peet’s Coffee (among others) to bring customers European bread, pastries, and sweets, baked fresh daily. Its retail outlet, Röckenwagner Bakery Café, is a neighborhood favorite in-store and online marketplace (rockenwagnermarket.com). The Group’s Dear John’s restaurant, for which Patti curated the artwork and built the brand, was named one of the hottest new restaurants in Los Angeles by EaterLA, the Los Angeles Times, Esquire Magazine, and Los Angeles Magazine.
A graduate of U.C. Berkeley, Patti is a trained sommelier, avid tennis player, and speaks English, Spanish, German and Korean. She was named one of the Top 25 Most Influential Angelenos by Angeleno Magazine (Oct 2020), and serves as a board member of California Governor Newsom’s Task Force on Entrepreneurship an advisor to Korean American Leaders in Hollywood, and on the advisory board of Another Tomorrow, a luxury sustainable fashion brand.
ANDREW AHN is a queer Korean American filmmaker born and raised in Los Angeles. Ahn's latest feature FIRE ISLAND (Searchlight Pictures) starring Joel Kim Booster, Bowen Yang, and Margaret Cho releases on Hulu June 3, 2022. Ahn's sophomore feature DRIVEWAYS, written by Hannah Bos and Paul Thureen and produced by James Schamus, premiered at the 2019 Berlinale and was nominated for two Independent Spirit Awards for Best First Screenplay and Best Lead Actress for Hong Chau. Ahn's first film SPA NIGHT premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival in US Dramatic Competition and won a Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Performance. The film went on to win the 2017 John Cassavetes Film Independent Spirit Award. Ahn has directed fiction and documentary television for Netflix, FX, HBO Max, CBS, Sundance Channel, and KCET. He has promoted diversity in the arts by mentoring youth filmmakers through programs like Pacific Arts Movement’s Reel Voices, Outfest’s OutSet, and the Sundance Institute's Native Filmmaker Lab. He graduated from Brown University and received an MFA from the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts).
Esther Chang is a partner at WME in the Talent Department. She represents leading talent and filmmakers such as Andra Day, Bob Odenkirk, Charlize Theron, Diane Lane, Steve Buscemi, Daveed Diggs, Deborah Chow, Elisabeth Moss, Gemma Chan, Michael B. Jordan, Olivia Rodrigo, Whoopi Goldberg, and Yifei Liu.
Chang began her career at the William Morris Agency. She is a graduate of Columbia University, where she majored in English literature and minored in Asian American studies.
Chang is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. She is also on the board of both Women In Film and the American Cinematheque. Chang resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two young children.
Gloria is currently a business and legal affairs executive at Netflix where she focuses on unscripted and documentary series content. Prior to working at Netflix, Gloria worked in business affairs at The CW Network and legal affairs at NBCUniversal. Gloria started her legal career as a litigator representing banks, studios, and various entertainment professionals. She holds a JD from USC Law School and a BA in English from Columbia University. In her free time, she loves to travel, eat, play tennis and spend time with her family.
Jean Chi is Spotify's Global Head of Business Affairs, Studio Content, and oversees business affairs and strategic functions for Spotify's content, talk, creator, and partnership businesses domestically and across all markets (including audio content, live, video, and derivatives). Jean previously served as Executive Vice President and Head of Business Affairs for Paramount Pictures, having joined that studio following her post as Head of Content Planning & Business Affairs for A24, where she was a key member of the senior management team overseeing strategy, planning, venture opportunities, and business affairs throughout the A24 ecosystem. Jean has also served as Head of Business and Legal Affairs, Acquisitions and Co-Productions, at Lionsgate Entertainment, which she joined as part of its acquisition of Summit Entertainment (where she was a senior vice president). She has also served in Paramount Pictures' (and DreamWorks Films') Legal Affairs Group and the BA/LA team at Disney/ABC Cable Networks Group (now renamed Disney Branded Television). Jean started her career as a lawyer at global firm Latham & Watkins. She obtained her B.A. in Linguistics from Stanford University (with Honors and Distinction) and J.D. from NYU Law School, where she was Articles Editor of the NYU Law Review.
Jean was born in Seoul and loves all the good Korean things (K-drama, K-pop, K-beauty, K-food/cooking); she now lives in LA with her husband and son and also loves podcasts/movies/TV shows with compelling human stories, Paris travel, hitting tennis balls, working on mindfulness, and knitting rectangular things. Jean is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
LANA CHO is a SoCal native and a graduate of USC's School of Cinematic Arts. She got her start writing for television through the Disney ABC TV Writing Fellowship. Some of her writing and producing credits include Arrow (The CW), Timeless (NBC), Four Weddings and a Funeral (Hulu), and I Know What You Did Last Summer (Amazon). Recently, as part of her Overall Deal with 20th Television, Lana joined the upcoming series American Born Chinese (Disney+) as a Co-Executive Producer and has a pilot with Hulu. On the feature side, she has set up a movie at Netflix based on Maurene Goo's novel Somewhere Only We Know with Escape Artists producing.
Audrey Chon is a Los Angeles-based Film and TV producer who is the President of Simon Kinberg’s Genre Films.
Chon joined Genre Films as the Head of Television, in 2016, where she shepherded the re-imagining of “The Twilight Zone” with Jordan Peele Executive Producing and Hosting, as well as Simon Kinberg and David Weil’s “Invasion” series, which is in production on its second season. This summer, the series “Sugar” created by Mark Protosevich starring Colin Farrell will commence production for Apple TV+. In 2019, she was promoted to run Genre Films adding the film business under her purview. Since then, Genre Films’ slate has expanded the types of films they’re developing and have projects set up at most of the major streamers and theatrical studios. Genre Films has a range of original content on the horizon such as “Lift” starring Kevin Hart and Gugu Mbatha-Raw, which is being directed by F. Gary Gray, and, “Here Comes the Flood” written by Kinberg, both movies for Netflix, as well as the “Untitled Idris Elba spy thriller” for Apple TV+, while also continuing the tradition of adapting iconic titles like “The Running Man” for Paramount. Chon is dedicated to championing new voices and opportunities for diverse talent in all facets of development and production.
After graduating UCLA in 2001, Chon pursued her longtime love for storytelling by starting a career in cinema because of its unique ability to reach the global masses. She began her path towards producing as an assistant at Brian Grazer and Ron Howard’s production company, Imagine Entertainment, in 2003. There, she played a vital role in Clint Eastwood’s 2008 “Changeling” starring Angelina Jolie. After her six-year tenure at Imagine, Chon joined Peter Chernin’s newly formed production company in 2009. Chon focused on book- to-film adaptations and was involved in the development of such projects as the best-selling Young Adult novel, "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children," which was directed by Tim Burton and released in September 2016. Chon was named Vice President of Joe Drake and Nathan Kahane’s independent film house, Good Universe (formerly Mandate Pictures), in 2011. In 2013, she expanded her work into television at Elizabeth Murdoch’s U.S. based studio, Shine America.
Seung Chung is the Co-Founder and CEO of Cashmere Agency and he leads new business development, operations, and financial planning. Under his direction, Cashmere has grown into an award-winning agency with pivotal business wins of Google, Amazon, BMW, adidas, Disney, HBO, Apple TV and Netflix. He is critical to all areas of the organization and managing processes that have resulted in the outstanding growth of Cashmere since it was founded.
Seung is also a partner at Cashmere Originals, the media and production platform for creating multicultural stories. Produced “The Brown and Black Forum” with Vice Media, which covered minority issues during the 2020 Presidential Election. Currently working on podcast “Mixtape Wars,” about the definitive explanation of mix tapes and its influence on hip hop culture. Other projects on the slate include docuseries about Tommy Hilfiger, scripted series about Chris Webber and The Fab Five, and future projects with Justin Chon, and John Legend.
Seung has produced several titles for MTV, Asian-American broadcast network Mnet, and other short and long-form content. Prior to starting Cashmere Agency with Ted Chung, Seung served in Business Development with NextLinx Corporation providing software solutions for global supply chain and trade clients. Seung also worked at Ernst & Young LLP implementing business process and ERP solutions with Fortune 500 companies in the retail and insurance industries. Seung holds a MS in Information Technology from George Washington University and a BS in Finance from Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
When Seung isn’t running things at Cashmere, he enjoys binging shows, Korean BBQ, playing golf, traveling the world and shreddin’ half pipes at Mammoth Mountain with his 3 kids. He has a mean sock game and cheers his kid’s sports teams every weekend. Seung was born in South Korea and moved to Maryland with his family at the age of 2.
Jane Cha Cutler is a Producer with This Machine Filmworks, specializing in the non-fiction space. She produces docu-series, formats and feature documentaries, including upcoming projects about Martha Stewart, a global founder of K-Pop and the history of fashion through the perspective of iconic Black models, as well as acclaimed Apple TV+ series, “Dear…,” which showcases icons such as Oprah Winfrey, Lin Manuel Miranda, Spike Lee and Selena Gomez.
Cha Cutler served as co-creator and Executive Producer of hit television series “Project Runway” for 16 seasons. Cha Cutler has received 14 Emmy and 12 Producers Guild nominations and is the recipient of the prestigious Peabody, GLAAD and Gracie Awards. She has also co-created and Executive Produced “Project Runway Junior,” “Models of the Runway” and “Threads,” and has executive produced “HomeGrown Makeover,” “Now What?,” “Seriously Funny Kids,” “Stylista” and “NYC TV.”
Cha Cutler previously served as the President of Production for Full Picture, where she spent 18 years focused on television and digital production. She partnered with top creators and spearheaded collaborations including a special collection under the auspices of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn Peace Corps initiative; and a first of its kind runway show with custom-coded garments in collaboration with Google’s Made with Code.
Cha Cutler has worked closely with some of the fashion industry’s top properties. She was a key figure in the development of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show for television. Cha Cutler’s work in new media and streaming included serving as co-creator and executive producer of the YouTube channel LOOK.TV in partnership with Bedrock Ventures, as well as supermodel Heidi Klum’s digital networks. She was one of the founders of Modelinia, a content portal presented from the POV of top influencers. This content won awards including the W3 sanctioned by the International Academy of the Visual Arts. Cha Cutler has also worked on a wide array of digital content for high profile talent including Zendaya and K-pop artists.
Cha Cutler served as special projects consultant with South Korean conglomerate SK Group, where she was instrumental in the US launch for the company’s apps.
Cha Cutler is Co-Chair of the Entertainment Leadership Council at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and on the Board of Big Brothers Big Sisters Los Angeles for which she was the 2020 recipient of the Sherry Lansing Award.
Olivia Gerke is an artist manager at 3 Arts Entertainment. Growing up in both Seoul, Korea and Plano, Texas, Olivia majored in film at Boston University and found her first job as an assistant to the partners at 3 Arts in Beverly Hills. Now managing clients from the NYC offices, Olivia represents artists primarily in the comedy space such as Bowen Yang, Julio Torres, Jaboukie Young-White, and more. Her credits include executive producing Comedy Central’s The President Show, HBO’s Julio Torres: My Favorite Shapes and Whitmer Thomas: The Golden One, and she was recently featured as The Hollywood Reporter’s Next Gen 2019: Hollywood’s 35 Rising Executives 35 and Under.
Soo Hugh serves as showrunner, executive producer, writer and visionary behind upcoming drama series PACHINKO for Apple TV+, based on the international best-selling novel of the same name. The show will premiere on the streaming service in 2022.
The series chronicles the hopes and dreams of four generations of a Korean immigrant family. Epic in scope, intimate in tone, the story begins with a forbidden love and crescendos into a sweeping saga that journeys between Korea, Japan and America to tell the unforgettable story of war and peace, love and loss, triumph and reckoning. The series will be told in three languages – Korean, Japanese and English.
Hugh, an acclaimed writer, showrunner and producer, most recently signed a multi-year overall deal with UCP to develop, write and produce projects. As part of the deal, she launched an incubator program to help bring more API stories to cinematic life and jumpstart fruitful careers in the entertainment industry.
Up next, Hugh is set to adapt David Grann’s epic account of Henry Worsley’s solo trek across Antarctica, originally published in The New Yorker, for Apple TV+. Also on the horizon, she will produce an adaptation of the cult classic WISCONSIN DEATH TRIP for Media Res and an undisclosed film for Amazon to be written by two-time Pulitzer-winning playwright, Lynn Nottage, and documentary filmmaker, Tony Gerber. She is also writing the relaunch of FLIGHT OF THE NAVIGATORS for Disney.
Soo was previously the co-showrunner for the critically-lauded first season of AMC’s THE TERROR, produced by Ridley Scott and starring Jared Harris, Ciaran Hinds, and Tobias Menzies. She also created THE WHISPERS for ABC, based on a Ray Bradbury short story and produced by Steven Spielberg, directed by Mark Romanek. The series was sold when Soo was a staff writer. Other television credits include writing on THE KILLING (AMC) and UNDER THE DOME (CBS).
Hugh earned her BA from Yale University and her MFA from University of Southern California’s film school. She lives in New York City.
Esther Kang is the Head of Business and Legal Affairs at Avalon, a multi-award winning talent management, television production and live promotion group with offices in Los Angeles, New York and London. In her role, she oversees all US deals and legal matters for the company and its slate of television projects. Prior to Avalon, Esther was the Senior Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs at Lionsgate where she was responsible for financing, joint venture, M&A and other corporate matters for the global studio. She got her start as a lawyer at various prominent law firms, representing studios, production, financiers and networks across various entertainment matters. A Korean-American born and raised in Los Angeles, Esther graduated from UCLA and holds JD from USC Law.
Christina M. Kim is the creator, executive producer and co-showrunner of The CW series “Kung Fu.”
Kim was previously a writer and executive producer on the drama “Blindspot” for five seasons. Kim’s writing career began on the hit series “Lost” where she was on staff for three seasons. Her numerous writing credits include “NCIS: LA” and “Hawaii 5-0.”
Kim received a Writers Guild Award for Outstanding Series for her work on “Lost” and was nominated for Outstanding Dramatic Writing for an episode of “Lost” that she wrote in the show’s second season.
Kim was born in Chicago but spent half of her childhood in Seoul. She returned to the States to attend high school at Phillips Exeter Academy, then went on to major in English at Georgetown University. Kim moved to LA to pursue a career in screenwriting and received an MFA from USC Film School.
RICH KIM's directing career spans nearly twenty years and over 60 television series. He was nominated for a 2019 Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Informative Talk Show for Red Table Talks. In 2020, Rich was nominated for an Emmy Award and DGA Award for Outstanding Directing for LEGO Masters.
From music performance and game, to talk, documentary, and competition reality, Rich has directed a wide range of genres for Netflix, FOX, NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, MTV, Bravo, VH1, YouTube Originals, and Facebook Watch. He is as comfortable directing a line cut from a truck as he is a single camera documentary on location.
Beyond directing, Rich created and executive produced the cooking competition series Knife Fight. The show's innovative style and inclusion of elite chefs made it a fan favorite of foodies worldwide.
Rich has a BFA in Film/Photography/Electronic Visualization from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an MFA in Directing from the American Film Institute where he won the Franklin J. Schaffner Award for best thesis film. In addition, his music videos are Dove Award winners and have toured with ResFEST.
He currently lives in Redondo Beach, California with his wife and two young daughters.
Senior Vice President
Production & Development
Senior Vice President
Production & Development
Bryan Oh is the Senior Vice President of Production & Development at Paramount Pictures, where he oversees all aspects of a varied theatrical film slate, including acquisition, development, production, and post. He was previously Head of Development at Allison Shearmur Productions, where he spent 5 years producing a slate of film and television projects, including CHAOS WALKING (Lionsgate), THE ONE AND ONLY IVAN (Disney), POWER RANGERS (Lionsgate), “Dirty Dancing” (ABC), NERVE (Lionsgate), PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES (Screen Gems), and CINDERELLA (Disney). Prior to that he worked at independent financier Good Universe and in the indie packaging department at United Talent Agency.
A graduate of the Princeton University, Bryan spent 5 years working in finance, before moving out to Los Angeles.
Executive Vice President
Film & Television
Scooter Braun’s SB Projects
Executive Vice President
Film & Television
Scooter Braun’s SB Projects
James Shin is the Executive Vice President of Film & Television at Scooter Braun’s SB Projects, a diversified entertainment and media company at the intersection of film, television, technology, brands, culture and social good. Shin spearheads all original unscripted and scripted content development and production for film, TV, digital, audio and Broadway.
Most recently, Shin served as Executive Producer for FX Network’s most-watched comedy series “Dave,” which recently received a second season order, as well as Co-Executive Producer for Netflix’s Ariana Grande tour documentary “Excuse Me, I Love You,” which was the platform’s second most-watched movie upon release. SB Projects also produced YouTube’s “Justin Bieber: Seasons,” whose premiere episode is YouTube’s most-watched debut episode ever, and follow-up documentary “Justin Bieber: Next Chapter.” SB Projects also has several upcoming projects in active development including 20th Century Studios’ Untitled K-Pop Film, Chinonye Chukwu’s “A Taste of Power,” HBO Max’s “Anna K,” Nickelodeon’s untitled BeatBuds series, Amazon Studios’ comedy series “The Undesirables” and Untitled Lady Macbeth musical feature film, and YouTube’s Demi Lovato docuseries “Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil.” Along with a full project slate, SB Projects recently signed a multi-year, first-look television deal with Amazon Studios and a first-look podcasting deal with Spotify, further expanding their visual and audio media department under the lead of Shin and Chief Operating Officer Scott Manson. In 2019, Shin was named one of Variety Magazine’s New Leaders.
Previously, Shin served as a development executive at TriStar Pictures, where he was responsible for helping develop music-driven films such action comedy Baby Driver with Lily James and Kevin Spacey and crime drama Money Monster starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts. Shin also served as an in-house music supervisor at Sony Pictures Television, where he worked on music and soundtracks for critically acclaimed series that included AMC crime drama “Breaking Bad,” NBC sitcom “Community” and Showtime period drama “Masters of Sex.” While at Sony Pictures, he also helped launch the career of American Acapella group Pentatonix after they won the third season of “The Sing Off” on NBC.
Shin began his career in entertainment at the prominent William Morris Agency in New York City working in their music and TV literary departments.
Growing up in Chicago, Shin played as a concert soloist on the violin and piano, which continued through high school while attending the highly regarded Phillips Academy Andover. There he performed with the likes of jazz vocalist and conductor Bobby McFerrin and prolific cellist Yo-Yo Ma. Shin holds a BA from Princeton University. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife, Janet, and their two children.
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Michael Son is the VP of Content at Tapas Media and oversees Studio Tapas which is responsible for producing and publishing original content. He joined Tapas back in 2012, where he helped nurture a growing community of independent creators, starting with eight and growing it out to what is now over 100,000. He has helmed a number of notable projects such as Cheshire Crossing with Andy Weir (author of The Martian) and Sarah Andersen (creator of Fangs), and BLINK with Rex Ogle (author of Free Lunch) and Edu.
Jeanne Yang is widely recognized to be the top Hollywood fashion stylist in the world. Jeanne’s photo credits include covers and editorials for GQ, InStyle, Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Time, Newsweek, Entertainment Weekly, The New Yorker, The New York Times Magazine, Esquire and Vogue. Her cutting edge ability to define emerging trends has led Jeanne to be hired as a consultant by the world's top movie studios, fashion designers, cosmetic and jewelry companies including Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, Sony Pictures, 20th Century Fox, Lionsgate Entertainment, Estee Lauder, Old Navy, Luxottica, Lands End, 3M, Colgate-Palmolive, Proctor & Gamble and many more.
Jeanne is the trusted confidante to every major leading man and has amassed an unparalleled styling client list including Christian Bale, Rege-Jean Page, Robert Downey Jr., Keanu Reeves, Jason Momoa, Alfonso Cuaron, Taika Waititi and Jamie Dornan.
Jeanne consults for major fashion and cosmetic companies on their national advertising campaigns. After graduating from Scripps College, Jeanne began working as Managing Editor and Associate Publisher at Detour Magazine. Jeanne’s talent and foresight put then unknowns Leonardo DiCaprio, Sandra Bullock and Cameron Diaz on covers. An expert at branding, Jeanne created Holmes & Yang with friend and actress Katie Holmes - which became must have garments for every jet set woman and a wardrobe staple for top female CEO’s across the country. Holmes & Yang was sold at the most exclusive boutiques in the world including Barneys New York, Selfridges London, Montaigne Market in Paris, and Maxfields Los Angeles. Holmes & Yang became the go-to line for actresses and rock stars including Penelope Cruz, Amy Adams, Jennifer Garner, Olivia Wilde, Jessica Alba, Taylor Swift, Rhianna, Gwen Stefani and Pink. Jeanne has continued styling Hollywood’s top men and consulting with major global brands.
In her new role at Anonymous Content, Jeanne will manage directors and actors, develop and produce tv and films and she will continue to consult with major brands and style her top clients.
Caroline Yim is a Partner and Co-Head of Hip-Hop/R&B at WME. Yim’s extensive roster features Grammy award winners and nominees, including Jhené Aiko, Daniel Caesar, Giveon, Kehlani, Swae Lee, and Ella Mai.
Yim began her career at MCA Records, and then transitioned to ICM Partners where she became a leading music agent. Yim has received numerous accolades for her achievements within the music industry. She was named to Billboard’s “Women in Music” list from 2015-2018 and was included in Billboard’s 2015 “40 Under 40” list. She was also featured on Billboard’s " Hip-Hop Power Players List" for the past five years in addition to being recognized as one of Variety’s 2016 “New Leaders.” Most recently, Yim was named to Pollstar’s “2021 Women of Live” list.
For the past four years, Yim has been an active supporter of Big Brothers Big Sisters LA, starting off as a Women in Entertainment mentor before joining the board in 2018. In early 2020, Yim co-founded the Asian American Collective, a community organization that fosters growth, education, and connection for current and future Asian American creatives. She graduated from UCLA with a degree in Political Science.
As President of Production, Miri Yoon sources, develops and produces a diverse array of feature film and television projects for Vertigo Entertainment. Upcoming releases include ‘Don’t Worry Darling’, directed by Olivia Wilde for New Line Cinemas; ‘The Mother’, starring Jennifer Lopez for Netflix; ‘The Witch Boy’, an animated musical feature directed by Minkyu Lee, with original music by Grammy award winning band, Haim; and the second season of award winning horror anthology series, ‘Them’, for Sony Pictures Television / Amazon Studios. Previously, Miri served as Senior Vice President at Disruption Entertainment, and began her executive career at Warner Bros. based Mad Chance Productions, where she was part of the producing team on several feature films. She is a member of the Producers Guild of America.