Daniel Elias

Daniel Elias is an award winning Producer and Director. In 1995 he co-founded Hybrid Films where he pursues a passion for storytelling, larger than life characters and in-the-moment real-life drama. He has created and produced over 500 episodes of powerful, dramatic and humorous television – from the groundbreaking series that pioneered character-driven docu-soap, like Brooklyn North Homicide and Family Plots, to long running hits like Dog the Bounty Hunter and Parking Wars. He has also produced and directed several feature length award winning documentaries on topics ranging from Hostage Negotiation to the arms industry, the environment, and human rights abuses. Daniel grew up in England and studied law at Cambridge University before moving to NYC and graduating from the Film and TV program at NYU, where he now also teaches. He lives in Tribeca with his family.

Ben Feder

Ben Feder is author of Take Off Your Shoes, President of International Partnerships for the U.S. at Tencent, the Chinese Internet titan, and formerly CEO of Take Two interactive, the publisher of the smash video game hits, Red Dead Redemption, Grand Theft Auto, and NBA 2K. He serves on the boards of directors of public and private companies in the media and entertainment industries and is a director of Save a Child’s Heart, a nonprofit that works globally to rescue children with congenital heart defects. Ben lives in Tribeca with his wife, Victoria, and their four children, Sam, Oliver, Nava, and Rita.

Corinne Goldman

Corinne Goldman spent more than a decade as a practicing attorney with a focus on securities litigation. A graduate of Yeshiva University and The University of Pennsylvania Law School, Corinne spent most of her career at Dewey Ballantine and then Dewey LeBoeuf, her practice centered on M&A-related litigation and contests for corporate control. More recently, she has dedicated a substantial portion of her time to consulting and/or volunteer work for charitable foundations and organizations, including spending several months in Tanzania, Africa, teaching in orphanages and local schools. Corinne currently serves on the Emerging Leadership Council of the 92nd Street Y and recently served as a member of UNICEF’s U.S. delegation to Nicaragua. Together with her husband, she founded the Daniel and Corinne Goldman Charitable Fund, through which she supports a number of organizations focused on international poverty. Corinne and Daniel live in Tribeca with their children, three of whom are enrolled at the ECC.