In addition to founders Bo and Daniel, here's the team that makes Disorder: RDFF happen.

Joshua Greer Board of Advisors Joshua Greer is an entrepreneur, inventor and philanthropist who has helped transformed numerous industries, including entertainment, advertising, and, more recently, health sciences. As President and Co-Founder of RealD, Greer positioned RealD to quickly become the gold standard for 3D in cinemas worldwide.  Greer led the charge to engage filmmakers including James Cameron, Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese to adopt the medium. Following the successful IPO of RealD, Greer became involved in a number of charitable organizations and causes, specifically in the areas of Israel-Diaspora relations, Crohn’s and IBD research, and personalized medicine. He has also been a “coach” and advocate for young people affected by Crohn’s disease, a disease which he has had since the age of 12. Prior to his work at RealD, Greer was Co-Founder and Chief Convergence Officer of Walden Media, where he was involved in the development of such films as The Chronicles of Narnia, Holes, and Charlotte’s Web, as well as James Cameron's’ 3D documentaries Ghosts of the Abyss and Aliens of the Deep.  .

Joshua Greer

Board of Advisors

Joshua Greer is an entrepreneur, inventor and philanthropist who has helped transformed numerous industries, including entertainment, advertising, and, more recently, health sciences.

As President and Co-Founder of RealD, Greer positioned RealD to quickly become the gold standard for 3D in cinemas worldwide.  Greer led the charge to engage filmmakers including James Cameron, Steven Spielberg and Martin Scorsese to adopt the medium.

Following the successful IPO of RealD, Greer became involved in a number of charitable organizations and causes, specifically in the areas of Israel-Diaspora relations, Crohn’s and IBD research, and personalized medicine. He has also been a “coach” and advocate for young people affected by Crohn’s disease, a disease which he has had since the age of 12.

Prior to his work at RealD, Greer was Co-Founder and Chief Convergence Officer of Walden Media, where he was involved in the development of such films as The Chronicles of Narnia, Holes, and Charlotte’s Web, as well as James Cameron's’ 3D documentaries Ghosts of the Abyss and Aliens of the Deep

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Mike Porath Board of Advisors Mike Porath is the founder and CEO of The Mighty (TheMighty.com), a digital publisher and platform that helps empower and connect millions of people living with diseases, disabilities and mental illnesses. He began his career as a journalist at ABC News, where he was the network's first overseas digital correspondent and where his reporting from Kosovo was awarded the top prize in online journalism. He has held a variety of writing, editing, producing and executive roles at ABC News, NBC News, The New York Times and AOL. Mike is also on the board of directors and fundraising chair of Dup15q Alliance, a non-profit organization that supports people with Dup15q syndrome, including his daughter.

Mike Porath

Board of Advisors

Mike Porath is the founder and CEO of The Mighty (TheMighty.com), a digital publisher and platform that helps empower and connect millions of people living with diseases, disabilities and mental illnesses. He began his career as a journalist at ABC News, where he was the network's first overseas digital correspondent and where his reporting from Kosovo was awarded the top prize in online journalism. He has held a variety of writing, editing, producing and executive roles at ABC News, NBC News, The New York Times and AOL.

Mike is also on the board of directors and fundraising chair of Dup15q Alliance, a non-profit organization that supports people with Dup15q syndrome, including his daughter.

Jan Broberg-Carter Board of Advisors Dr. Broberg-Carter is a former emergency room doctor turned film composer/producer/music editor. She serves as a judge for six film festivals throughout Europe and the USA. She is a long-time member ofthe patron's circle at the Sundance Film Festival. Jan studied Film, Film Music, and Psychology at Dartmouth and earned her Master's Degree in Psychology there, later she earned a degree in Clinical Psychology from Harvard University. Later she furthered her studies at Oxford University, where she focused on Music Composition and Conducting. Jan has composed scores for 23 movies including documentary scores for The Battle of Algiers II, Menkes Disease: Finding Help & Hope, Little Voice: Sweet Ambition, Swift Justice, and Haiti: Small Miracles.

Jan Broberg-Carter

Board of Advisors

Dr. Broberg-Carter is a former emergency room doctor turned film composer/producer/music editor. She serves as a judge for six film festivals throughout Europe and the USA. She is a long-time member ofthe patron's circle at the Sundance Film Festival.

Jan studied Film, Film Music, and Psychology at Dartmouth and earned her Master's Degree in Psychology there, later she earned a degree in Clinical Psychology from Harvard University. Later she furthered her studies at Oxford University, where she focused on Music Composition and Conducting.

Jan has composed scores for 23 movies including documentary scores for The Battle of Algiers II, Menkes Disease: Finding Help & Hope, Little Voice: Sweet Ambition, Swift Justice, and Haiti: Small Miracles.

 
Fumi Kitahara PR Consultant Fumi Kitahara has worked in entertainment publicity and marketing for over 20 years, including Walt Disney Studios and DreamWorks SKG. As vice president of animation publicity at DreamWorks, she was instrumental in launching such acclaimed Academy Award®-winning films as Shrek, Madagascar and Over the Hedge. In 2007, Fumi left DreamWorks to open her own firm, the pr kitchen. She contributed to the publicity and awards campaigns for such Academy Award®-nominated films as Coraline, How to Train Your Dragon, ParaNorman, The Boxtrolls and Shaun the Sheep Movie. She has also worked on several Oscar®-nominated animated short films, such as French Roast, The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom, and The Dam Keeper. She has also been working closely with the Google Spotlight Stories .

Fumi Kitahara

PR Consultant

Fumi Kitahara has worked in entertainment publicity and marketing for over 20 years, including Walt Disney Studios and DreamWorks SKG.

As vice president of animation publicity at DreamWorks, she was instrumental in launching such acclaimed Academy Award®-winning films as Shrek, Madagascar and Over the Hedge.

In 2007, Fumi left DreamWorks to open her own firm, the pr kitchen. She contributed to the publicity and awards campaigns for such Academy Award®-nominated films as Coraline, How to Train Your Dragon, ParaNorman, The Boxtrolls and Shaun the Sheep Movie. She has also worked on several Oscar®-nominated animated short films, such as French Roast, The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom, and The Dam Keeper.

She has also been working closely with the Google Spotlight Stories .

Paul Kidwell Board of Advisors Paul Kidwell is a Boston-based, independent public relations/patient advocacy consultant providing media relations and patient engagement support for biopharmaceutical companies. Paul has more than 20 years of corporate and agency communications experience within the life science sector. During this time Paul has provided integrated public relations support for product launches, FDA approvals, national and international media campaigns, patient advocacy programs, supported major industry conferences, medical meetings and trade shows, and developed media strategies for the placement of stories in global top tier business and trade media. Paul holds a master’s degree in Public Relations from Boston University. More information can be found at: www.paulkidwell.com  

Paul Kidwell

Board of Advisors

Paul Kidwell is a Boston-based, independent public relations/patient advocacy consultant providing media relations and patient engagement support for biopharmaceutical companies. Paul has more than 20 years of corporate and agency communications experience within the life science sector. During this time Paul has provided integrated public relations support for product launches, FDA approvals, national and international media campaigns, patient advocacy programs, supported major industry conferences, medical meetings and trade shows, and developed media strategies for the placement of stories in global top tier business and trade media.

Paul holds a master’s degree in Public Relations from Boston University. More information can be found at: www.paulkidwell.com

 

Who Else? We're looking for someone. No, not the Riddler.   Is it you? We could use more help. Maybe you're the next great addition to this team.

Who Else?

We're looking for someone. No, not the Riddler.
 

Is it you? We could use more help. Maybe you're the next great addition to this team.