- ADVISORY BOARD -
Cindy Ronzoni has an award-winning career in entertainment publicity spanning 20 years. Some of her credentials include working for notable media companies like Fox Broadcasting Company where she served in a variety of roles and capacities for fifteen years. Afterward, she served as VP of Publicity & Corporate Communication for GSN, and as Director of Corporate Communications and Online Media Relations for Lifetime Networks. Currently, she is the CEO of Social Spread Media. Some of her clients include the Television Critics Association, AXS TV, and VOOKS. Some former clients include Crackle, Sony Movie Channel, Apple TV, NatGeo, NatGeo WILD, and Cinedigm’s digital networks group.
Dr. Andrea Schievella
Dr. Andrea Schievella is President and Head of Business Development at Cancer Research UK and since 2005 has served as a mentor for the prestigious MIT Venture Mentor Service. She is a graduate of MIT and has her Ph.D. from Harvard University. She is the former Head of Business Development for Variagenics, Inc. which was acquired in 2002 for $55.9 million. Afterward, she served as Technology Licensing Officer for MIT’s Technology Licensing Office where she engaged with both established and startup companies to license technology from MIT.
Robert Karp served as MIT’s Senior Industrial Liaison Officer for over a decade. In that role, he worked with companies around the world to establish meaningful relationships between executives and research faculty at MIT. He’d create and deliver technology conferences working back and forth between the United States and Japan. Prior to joining MIT, he helped jumpstart the rapid growth of technology company Kenan systems. When he began there were just 24 staff members, by his departure they’d matured to 1,100 employees.
Leslea Snyder is an accomplished lobbyist and government affairs expert who previously served as the Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs for New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. She has extensive experience in both the public and private sectors. After her time in government, she served as Director of State & Local Government Affairs, NE for JUUL Labs. She is currently the Head of Public Policy & Government Affairs for MeCycle, an environmental startup focused on incentivizing the public to recycle by partnering with brands, retailers, and governments.
Michael Young, a 20-year industry leader in gaming, is currently in his eighth year as Creative Director of the Madden NFL video game franchise. In 2017, with his vision and under his direction, Madden released its first full-length interactive feature film. Michael assembled a team and led, as creator, director, creative director, and co-writer, the creation of Madden NFL 18: Longshot, featuring Academy Award-winning actor Mahershala Ali. Michael was honored to receive a Writers Guild Award nomination for his critically acclaimed, groundbreaking script.
Adrian Todd Zuniga
Adrian Todd Zuniga is the author of the novel, Collision Theory, a Foreword Indies Finalist for Fiction and a St. Louis Post-Dispatch best seller. A WGA Award-nominated screenwriter, he co-wrote Madden NFL 18’s interactive movie LONGSHOT and the sequel LONGSHOT: HOMECOMING. He lives between London and Los Angeles.
Amber Hameed brings over 20 years of experience in the world of digital transformation working for Fortune 500 companies like Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Publicis Groupe, and most recently Unilever-Dollar Shave Club. Amber is very well respected and a credible voice in her domain and is often called upon to lend her expertise as a keynote speaker at conferences and events. Her expertise expands the breadth of Digital Marketing, Enterprise Data Technology and Business strategy and Operations. Amber holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Northeastern University in Management Information Systems and Marketing.
Jake Sargent is UX copywriting expert with an extensive background in marketing and branding. He currently serves as a content strategist for Facebook. He primarily works in developing Facebook Groups. His work is regularly seen by millions. Prior to joining Facebook, he served as Senior UX Copywriter for AthenaHealth, and before that he worked for Upromise where he conceptualized the branding of a $300 billion spin-off company from Sallie Mae and crafted all of the copy for the College Planning Calculator, a multi-million dollar online tool. He is a former staff member at Camp Keewaydin, where Multihouse gets its name.
David Rajter brings thirty-plus years of hands-on experience writing, producing and directing unscripted television to his role on the Multihouse Advisory Board. He got his start on Unsolved Mysteries, where he worked his way up the ranks from Research Assistant to Field Producer over his 8 seasons on the hit NBC program. He got his first credit as Writer on TLC’s INNtimate Escapes, joined the Writers Guild via FOX’s Guinness Word Records: Prime Time, and later began writing and directing one-hour cable TV documentaries. More recently, David moved into post-production, taking story producer positions on HGTV’s long-running House Hunters and Discovery’s Garage Rehab and Misfit Garage and senior producing roles, including Supervising Producer on Discovery’s seven-episode series Aaron Needs a Job.