Burbank, CA, May 22, 2018 – Entertainment Partners (“EP”), the leading global end-to-end provider of production workforce management and automated production services to the entertainment industry, announced the addition of Carol Lindstrom and Carol Mills to its Board of Directors.
Carol Lindstrom was most recently a principal at Deloitte LLP and acted as Vice Chairman for more than eight years. While there she served as the advisory partner for many of their largest clients and built and led many initiatives and businesses within Deloitte including the technology practice, Deloitte’s Workday practice, and the strategic relationship management group. She also led the global and U.S. Alliances. She serves on the Boards of Genpact Ltd., Exponent, Inc., and Carrick Capital Partners, as well as two non-profits, The St. Helena Hospital Foundation and the Workday Foundation.
Carol Mills spent more than 25 years in technology executive management, most recently as Executive Vice President and General Manager of the Infrastructure Products Group at Juniper Networks. Prior to Juniper, she was CEO of Acta Technology and spent 16 years at Hewlett-Packard in a number of executive roles and business units. She serves on the Boards of RELX Corporation and Zynga Corporation. Prior board seats include Adobe Systems, Acta Technology, Alaska Communications, Blue Coat Systems, Ingram Micro, Tekelec, WhiteHat Security, and Xactly Corporation.
“The addition of these two new members, with their wealth of experience and vast knowledge of technology and governance, is going to elevate our existing dynamic Board to new heights,” offers Mark Goldstein, EP President and CEO, who also serves as Chairman of EP’s Board. “The other Board members and I look forward to their wisdom and insight as we guide Entertainment Partners on these next critical steps of our journey.”
Both will begin their Board service on July 1, 2018. They join Ken Coleman, Chairman of Saama Technologies, Inc., Howard Fabrick, partner at Barnes & Thornburg, Goldstein, Eric Miethke, founder of Capitol Law and Policy Inc., Bob Pisano, former President and COO of the Motion Picture Association of America, Glenn Robson, Chief Investment Officer and President of AECOM Capital, and Steve Wadsworth, President and CEO of Tapjoy, Inc. on the EP Board.
About Entertainment Partners
Entertainment Partners (EP) is the global leader in entertainment payroll, workforce management, residuals, tax incentives, finance, and other integrated production management solutions with offices across the U.S., Canada, London. Currently on a mission to digitize the paper-heavy back office processes of entertainment production, EP is reinventing how the entertainment industry works and interacts to make production simpler. Combining unparalleled industry expertise and innovative technology, EP makes the complex simple and collaborates with its entertainment industry clients to help them produce the most cost-effective and efficient film, television, digital, and commercial projects. Its accounting systems and Movie Magic Budgeting and Scheduling programs are the industry standards and its EP Financial Solutions group is the industry’s most experienced incentives team, assisting productions all over the world. In addition, its SmartStudio suite, comprised of SmartAccounting, SmartStart, SmartTime, Scenechronize, SmartHub, SmartResiduals and SmartCards, is the first end-to-end integrated platform connecting the production community and providing new insights for better collaboration and decision making. Casting and payroll for background actors is handled through its legendary Central Casting division, a Hollywood icon since 1925. Established 40 years ago, EP is a 100% employee-owned company.
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