My road in life took a while to figure out.
Started her career working as a paralegal in the music industry for record labels—she enjoyed the environment, but realized the entertainment side was more interesting to her than the law side.
She decided to take a chance and called Orion Pictures to ask about a job—ended up speaking to the head of personnel, who hired her on the spot to work as an assistant in syndication.
Worked as a syndicator for over 10 years selling television shows for companies like Viacom Enterprises, Blair Entertainment, and Tribune.
Got the opportunity to help fund a two-million-dollar movie project that ended up being shown at the Cannes Film Festival.
As she saw the rise of more forms of digital entertainment—video games, in particular—she noticed there was a void in how news about this market was spread to the masses.
In 2015, she bought the URLs for what would eventually become Gamer World News Entertainment and began building a network around gamers and esports.
There are now 13 channels on the site with what she calls "potato chip style content,” catering to a wide variety of gamers and topics so visitors can get what they want quickly and efficiently.
Says, “I didn’t set out to create your daddy’s ESPN”—her main goal is to license the content and cement gamer news in mainstream entertainment.
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