Leah is passionate about new media and entertainment, and has spent the past twelve years working in strategy and business development for the internet, publishing and film. Prior to her work at Movable Content, Leah worked at Mutopo, a creative lab where she focused on building communities and devising content and web strategy for both large and small companies.
During her time in the film and entertainment world, Leah worked with acclaimed Broadway director, Susan Stroman, to realize the film version of The Producers. As well, she worked for producer John Penotti at the Tribeca-based Greene Street Films (Swimfan, In the Bedroom, Uptown Girls), reviewing incoming film proposals, and building and executing business plans that included the launch of a horror-film division.
Before her foray into the film and new media, Leah worked in in Mergers & Acquisitions and Business Planning for Time Warner, during which time she completed a number of business transactions, including the sale of Columbia House and Time Inc.’s acquisition of London-based publisher Synapse.
Leah holds a B.A. in Economics from Harvard, and lives in New York City with her husband Carlos and daughters Veronica and Julia. You can follow Leah’s content tweets @MovableContent, learn more about her professional background and read the Movable Content blog for exciting content insights.