#SMWLA June 8-12, 2015

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Social Media Week Los Angeles is produced by Tubefilter, the leading source for YouTube and online video industry news, reviews, and events. For additional information, visit www.tubefilter.com and follow @tubefilter on Twitter.




    Founder at Tubefilter, Executive Producer at The Streamy Awards

    A passionate and outspoken advocate of original video programing online, Drew Baldwin is the founder of Tubefilter and creator and executive producer of the Streamy Awards. He chairs the New Media Committee for the Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors, and proudly serves on the Interactive Media Peer Group for the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, and on the New Media Council for the Producers Guild of America.



    Founder at Tubefilter, Executive Producer at The Streamy Awards

    Joshua Cohen began his career in television, producing documentaries for A&E Television Networks and the Discovery Channel. In April 2007, he co-founded one of the first media outlets dedicated to providing news and reviews for original, online video programming and web series. Joshua is also the Executive Producer of the Streamy Awards, which is produced in partnership with dick clark productions.

  • Toby Daniels

    Toby Daniels

    CEO and Founder and Executive Director of Social Media Week

    Toby Daniels is the CEO of Crowdcentric. He is an entrepreneur with 12 years experience in digital media, managing an interactive agency in London, helping launch Mint Digital in the US, and co-founding ThinkSocial and Social Media Week. He enjoys running, jumping, diving, and eating.

  • Zach Smith

    Zach Smith

    Finance Director, Social Media Week and CFO and CRO, Crowdcentric

    Zach Smith is Chief Financial Officer and Chief Revenue Officer of Crowdcentric. Prior to Crowdcentric, he advised companies and investors for 10 years in Derivatives, Corporate Finance and M&A at Citi and Merrill Lynch. Rumors of Zach’s love for Tex-Mex and photography have been greatly under-exaggerated.

  • Nicole Brown

    Nicole Brown

    Vice President, Marketing and Media, Social Media Week and Crowdcentric

    Nicole Is the Director of Marketing and Communications at Crowdcentric. Previously, she oversaw digital marketing and interactive programming for the Museum of the City of New York, and managed the marketing and communications plans for global brands at Elizabeth Arden, Shiseido, LVMH and Hearst magazines. Nicole enjoys sports blogs, street art, reality TV podcasts, coffee and rooftops.

  • Eric Kramer

    Eric Kramer

    Vice President, Client Services, Social Media Week and Crowdcentric

    Eric Kramer is the Director of Client Strategy at Crowdcentric, focusing on brand partnerships and emerging technologies in addition to client services. Previously, he played various roles at several startups in the social analytics space and worked on the agency side executing digital campaigns. Eric enjoys sports, music, blogging and has a true passion for mobile innovation.

  • Simon Dabkowski

    Simon Dabkowski

    Vice President, Design and Technology, Social Media Week and Crowdcentric

    Simon's professional career as a creative and a developer spans nearly 15 years in working with variety of design & web agencies, non-profit & political organizations and various e-commerce startups. Co-founder of hMAG, a lifestyle magazine and a social networking platform, and a published author of "Livemotion 2: A Beginner's Guide". Hobbies include Pool, snowboarding, and anything outdoors.

  • Michael Papadeas

    Michael Papadeas

    Vice President, Sponsorship and Business Development, Social Media Week and Crowdcentric

    Michael heads up sponsorships and business development for Crowdcentric and Social Media Week. He brings more than 14 years of marketing and advertising experience including years in publishing and experiential agencies. An integrated marketing strategist at-heart, he’s always looking for creative ways to help brands innovate and close the gap between them and their elusive targets. He dabbles in the art world by representing UNTITLED. Art Fair (Art Basel Miami) and also runs Engagements Inc, a bespoke marriage proposal planning service. Michael’s a native New Yorker; he’s never been to the Statue of Liberty but can see it from the roof of his apartment building.

  • Megan Inaba

    Megan Inaba

    Sponsorship & Business Development, Social Media Week and Crowdcentric

    Megan joins the Crowdcentric team with over 14 years of experience securing high level event sponsorships and producing innovative and memorable sponsorship activations at some of the hottest events in sports and entertainment. Previously, Megan worked as the Director of Events & Sponsorships at the National Basketball Players Association securing corporate partnership deals with Fortune 500 companies and global organizations such as Anheuser-Busch, Hilton Hotel Corporation, Burger King, L’Oreal, Nike, Diageo, VEVO and Bermuda Tourism. Megan enjoys playing golf, fantasy football, snowboarding and running around Harlem with her two kids.

  • Tyler Becker

    Tyler Becker

    Manager of Marketing and Communications, Social Media Week and Crowdcentric

    Tyler is the Manager of Marketing and Communications at Crowdcentric. Previously, he studied and worked in sports, entertainment, and events, and assisted with the social media and marketing efforts for Six Flags, the National Hockey League, the NYC Marathon, and New York University. Tyler has an affinity for sports, craft beer, podcasts, dog parks, and travel.