Mentor Session Webinar – Managing Up
NOVEMBER 7, 2019
MANAGING UP: HOW TO PRESENT YOURSELF TO SUPERVISORS AND TO THE INDUSTRY
In this WiN Mentor Webinar, Anne Kennedy McGuire (Loeb & Loeb LLP) and Anna Garwood (Pond5) discuss how to be recognized as a star by your bosses, as well as utilizing your online presence to promote yourself to the industry. Q&A will follow the main presentation.
This webinar will offer great info about:
- What Bosses Want, and How to Over-Deliver
- Strategies for How and When to Communicate With Your Boss
- Avoiding Pitfalls and Missteps
- Cleaning Up Your Online Image
- Maximizing Your Professional Presence on Social Media
- Targeted Networking
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Unscripted entertainment professionals of all levels are welcome to join!
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Anne Kennedy McGuire
Loeb & Loeb
Anne Kennedy McGuire focuses on motion picture, television, podcasts and digital media as well as traditional and branded entertainment. She represents clients in a wide variety of areas, including evaluating, negotiating and drafting talent, development, production and licensing agreements, primarily for scripted and non-scripted programming, podcasts, as well as documentary films. She regularly negotiates domestic and international distribution agreements for significant television and documentary film projects as well as music programs and specials. Anne also assists entertainment companies and advertisers in negotiating sophisticated product and brand integration and placement agreements. She counsels a broad spectrum of clients in the television and film industries, including writers, directors, producers and production companies.
Anne also has significant experience in the areas of advertising and marketing law, particularly as it relates to new media platforms. She counsels advertisers and advertising agencies on the use of new technologies and emerging content production and distribution models, including social media, user-generated content and targeted behavioral advertising. She routinely advises clients on the development of their advertising and promotions strategies to leverage these developing media channels, as well as on related data security, privacy and IP commercialization issues. Additionally, Anne’s experience extends to software licensing and development, and information technology transactions. She also counsels advertisers and other entertainment and media clients on a variety of issues and transactions including sponsorship agreements, media and celebrity placement agreements, and other matters related to branded entertainment.
Director, Artists & Content
Anna Garwood is Director, Artists & Content at Pond5, a global media marketplace that helps filmmakers and content creators fulfill their creative vision. In her role, Anna is responsible for content strategy, attracting new contributors, and optimizing contributors’
success on the marketplace. Prior to Pond5, Garwood developed original concepts and formats for several non-fiction TV production companies. She also spent 10 years at Travel Channel in Development and Talent Relations, during which she created many host-driven
programming concepts, worked with production companies to develop on-air and digital content, and managed relationships with all the network’s on-camera talent including Anthony Bourdain, Andrew Zimmern, and Adam Richman. Previously, she worked in Acquisitions
and Development at Discovery Communications. Garwood is based in Brooklyn and has a passion for great storytelling, traveling the world, and exploring the outdoors.
Michelle Van Kempen
Women In Nonfiction
Michelle is the Founder and Executive Director of Women in Nonfiction. In addition, she currently serves as Interim General Manager and Head of Policy and Development for NPACT, the trade association for nonfiction production companies. A veteran television production executive, Michelle was co-principal and executive producer at Film Garden Entertainment in Los Angeles for 20 years, where she oversaw all business, production and daily operations of the prolific production company and served as executive producer on over 2000 episodes of content. She also founded and serves as Executive Director of the Youth Orchestra Project, a non-profit organization that provides classical music education, instruction and performance opportunities to young people.