In my past five years working on digital media strategies for companies such as Warner Bros., Sony Pictures Entertainment, Blockbuster, Time Warner Cable, and NBC Universal, I have worked on answering many questions regarding the future of the digital media industry: How will traditional media companies transition to delivering content digitally? Through what channels will it be distributed? How will companies monetize its value? How can media be made more relevant and improve lives? How will people consume media five years from now? I’m passionate about digital media because of these crucial, unanswered questions. In my career, I look forward to answering these questions and helping to define the business models that define how, where, and when we buy, store, and consume content.

Work History

Work History
Jul 2009 - Present

MBA Candidate

Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley
Aug 2007 - 2009

Senior Analyst, Corporate Business Development & Strategy

Warner Bros. Entertainment
Identified, developed, and analyzed strategic initiatives and investment opportunities with a focus on Warner Bros.’ digital businesses. Advised operating and corporate executives.
Sep 2004 - Aug 2007

Consultant, Media & Entertainment Strategy

Capgemini Consulting
Created and presented strategic analyses for Fortune 500 media & entertainment clients. Published thought leadership materials including white papers on digital media strategy and location-based services, and served as subject matter expert on digital media and customer segmentation.


2009 - 2011


University of California, Berkeley - Walter A. Haas School of Business
2000 - 2004


Amherst College