Mike Flaherty co-founded Walden Media in 1999, where he served as President for more than 15 years. During that time, Walden developed, produced, and financed nearly two dozen movies that grossed over $3 billion at the global box office, including The Chronicles of Narnia, Bridge to Terabithia, Holes, The Giver, Charlotte's Web, and Amazing Grace. Since then, he has served as an Executive Producer on The Little Prince which won the 2017 BAFTA Award and the star-studded Mother's Day. He was also an Executive Producer on the 2017 Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Award for the film Step which was later purchased and distributed by Fox Searchlight.
Gina Keating was a staff reporter for Reuters and United Press International for more than a decade. Her work has appeared in Variety, Southern Living, and Forbes.
She is the author of the book, Netflixed: The Epic Battle for America’s Eyeballs, which recounts the fast-paced drama of the company’s turbulent rise to the top and its attempt to invent two new kinds of business. First it engaged in a grueling war against videostore behemoth Blockbuster, transforming movie rental forever. Then it jumped into an even bigger battle for online video streaming against Google, Hulu, Amazon, and the big cable companies.
Scot Morris has spent the last 20 years working across all aspects of the national and local media. A radio talk show host and television personality for such outlets as ESPN Radio and News, Fox and Fox Sports, NBC, CBS, CCIN just to name a few. He’s spent the last 5 years as a University Professor of Communications while doing work for various professional and collegiate sports teams around the country. He brings his storytelling, voice over and production expertise, as well as his passionate and unwavering curiosity to every project he is involved with. He has one grown son, Zachary and lives just outside St.Louis, MO.