Bela Bajaria, Vice President, Global TV

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Bela Bajaria was named Vice President of Global TV in 2020, overseeing English language and local language scripted and unscripted series around the world. Previously, she oversaw local language originals, original series across Europe, the Middle East, Turkey, Africa, India, Asia, and Latin America as Vice President of Local Language Originals. In this role, she managed the teams behind shows such as La Casa de Papel (Spain), The Witcher (Poland), Sacred Games (India), Kingdom (Korea), Blood & Water (South Africa), and Sintonia (Brazil). Bela joined Netflix in 2016 to lead Netflix's push into unscripted programming including the critically acclaimed Queer Eye, Nailed It! and Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. She was previously President of Universal Television. Bela currently serves on the board of Los Angeles’ Saban Community Clinic and received the Lenny Somberg Award in 2018. She has also been honored by the “I Have a Dream” Foundation of Los Angeles and The March of Dimes Foundation.

Maria Ferreras, Vice President, Business Development (EMEA)

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As Vice President, Business Development Europe, Middle East and Africa, Maria Ferreras oversees all partnerships for Netflix in the region. Prior to joining Netflix in 2017, she worked at Google for 10 years as Director of Partnerships for YouTube for Southern Europe and Emerging Markets. In this role, Maria was responsible for shaping and growing the YouTube partnership ecosystem in key markets and looking after the content strategy for direct partners. She has also served in a number of leadership and senior management roles for multinational companies such as Lycos, Orange and Telecom Italia. Maria holds a master's degree in Telecom Engineering and a postgraduate in Marketing. She has also served on the academic board of The Valley, an innovative digital business school.

Bryony Gagan, Vice President, Business & Legal Affairs

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As Vice President, Business & Legal Affairs, Bryony Gagan oversees all legal matters related to Netflix’s global content production, acquisition and distribution, including for all content produced in-house by Netflix’s studio. She is also responsible for all business affairs related to Netflix’s original feature film, non-fiction, animation and international programming. Bryony also manages Netflix’s global Labor Relations, Music Business & Legal Affairs and Intellectual Property groups. Before coming to Netflix in 2008, she was Senior Counsel at DivX, Inc., where she was responsible for all content licensing as well as technology licensing agreements with major consumer electronics manufacturers. Bryony was previously an associate at Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP in San Francisco and a clerk for the Honorable William W. Schwarzer of the Northern District of California. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and Stanford Law School.

Dean Garfield, Vice President, Public Policy

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As Vice President of Public Policy, Dean Garfield works to build and strengthen global public policy expertise, and accelerate social impact. Prior to joining Netflix in 2019, he served as President and CEO of the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), Executive Vice President and Chief Strategic Officer for the Motion Picture Association (MPA), and Vice President of Legal Affairs at the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). He was appointed by President Obama and then re-appointed by President Trump to the President’s Trade Advisory Council and was recently appointed to the Department of Transportation Advisory Committee on Automation. Dean received a joint degree from New York University School of Law and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public Administration and International Affairs at Princeton University. He was a Ford- Rockefeller as well as a Root-Tilden-Snow scholar.

Reed Hastings, Founder and CO-CEO

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Reed Hastings co-founded Netflix in 1997. In 1991, Reed founded Pure Software, which made tools for software developers. After a 1995 IPO, and several acquisitions, Pure was acquired by Rational Software in 1997. Reed is an active educational philanthropist and served on the California State Board of Education from 2000 to 2004. He is currently on the board of several educational organizations including KIPP and Pahara. Reed is also a board member of The City Fund. Reed received a BA from Bowdoin College in 1983, and an MSCS in Artificial Intelligence from Stanford University in 1988. Between Bowdoin and Stanford, Reed served in the Peace Corps as a high school math teacher in Swaziland.

Bill Holmes, Global Head of Business Development

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Bill Holmes is the Global Head of Business Development at Netflix and has also served as the Chief Business Development Officer since 2012. He has been with Netflix since 2008, first serving as Vice President - Business Development. Under his leadership, Netflix has partnered with many of the world's leading consumer electronics companies including Apple, LG, Microsoft, Nintendo, Samsung and Sony. Bill was previously Vice President of Business Development & Strategy at DivX Inc., where he led the company's partnerships and joint marketing efforts with global consumer electronic brands and launched the successful "DivX Certified" program for digital TVs, smart phones, digital cameras and DVD players. He is also a member of the Consumer Electronics Association’s Board of Industry Leaders. Bill is a graduate of Trinity University.

David Hyman, Chief Legal Officer

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David Hyman is Chief Legal Officer for Netflix, responsible for all legal and public policy matters for the company. He has served in this capacity since 2002 and also serves as the company’s Secretary. Prior to Netflix, David was the General Counsel of Webvan, an online internet retailer, having previously held the role of senior corporate counsel. He also practiced law at Morrison & Foerster in San Francisco and Arent Fox in Washington, DC. David earned his JD and Bachelor’s degrees from the University of Virginia.

Vernā Myers, Vice President, Inclusion Strategy

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Vernā Myers is an inclusion strategist, cultural innovator, thought leader, and social commentator. A Harvard-trained lawyer and founder of The Vernā Myers Company, Vernā was named VP, Inclusion Strategy at Netflix in 2018. In this role, she and her team help devise and implement strategies that integrate cultural diversity, inclusion and equity into all aspects of Netflix’s operations worldwide. Vernā is the author of Moving Diversity Forward: How to Go From Well-Meaning to Well-Doing and What If I Say the Wrong Thing? 25 Habits for Culturally Effective People. Her inspiring TED talk, “How to Overcome Our Biases? Walk Boldly Toward Them,” has been viewed almost 3 million times.

Jessica Neal, Chief​ ​Talent​ ​Officer

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Jessica Neal is a Netflix veteran, starting at the company in 2006 when DVD was king and streaming just a dream, and has been heavily involved in improving the Netflix culture as the company grew. In 2013 she left to become head of human resources at Coursera, which provides online access to the world’s best university courses, and, later, Chief People Officer at Scopely, a leading player in the mobile gaming industry. Jessica returned to Netflix in June of 2017 to oversee HR for the product engineering team responsible for continuously improving the Netflix consumer experience.

Spencer Neumann, Chief Financial Officer

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Spencer Neumann was named CFO of Netflix in January of 2019. Previously, he served as Activision Blizzard’s CFO from May 2017. Prior to that, Spencer held a number of positions of increasing responsibility at The Walt Disney Company, most recently serving as the CFO and executive vice president of Global Guest Experience of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, from 2012 until May 2017. From 2005 to 2012, Spencer worked at the private equity firms of Providence Equity Partners and Summit Partners. Prior to that, he held several other roles with Disney, which he initially joined in 1992, including executive vice president of the ABC Television Network from 2001 to 2004 and CFO of the Walt Disney Internet Group from 1999 to 2001. He is a member of the national board of directors of Make-A-Wish America. Spencer holds a B.A. degree in economics from Harvard University and an M.B.A. degree from Harvard University.

Greg Peters, COO and Chief Product Officer

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Greg Peters added Chief Operating Officer to his title in July 2020, three years after assuming the role of Chief Product Officer. He leads the product team, which designs, builds and optimizes the Netflix experience. Previously, Greg was International Development Officer for Netflix, responsible for the global partnerships with consumer electronics companies, Internet service providers and multi-channel video programming distributors that enable Netflix to deliver movies and TV shows across a full range of devices and platforms. Prior to joining Netflix in 2008, Greg was Senior Vice President of consumer electronics products for Macrovision Solutions Corp. (later renamed to Rovi Corporation) and previously held positions at digital entertainment software provider, Mediabolic Inc., Red Hat Network, the provider of Linux and Open Source technology, and online vendor Wine.com. Greg holds a B.S. degree in physics and astronomy from Yale University. Greg joined the board of 2U, Inc., a global leader in education technology, in March of 2018.

Amy Reinhard, Vice President, Studio Operations

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Amy Reinhard is Vice President of Studio Operations, overseeing physical production and IP management. Since joining Netflix in 2016 as Vice President, Content Acquisition, she has led global studio licensing for films and television series as well as local language acquisitions from Latin America, Europe, Africa, The Middle East, and India. In addition to global licensing, Amy is responsible for Netflix’s growing consumer products business including retail and licensee partnerships, brand strategy, publishing, experiences and location-based entertainment, product development and interactive games. Prior to Netflix, she was the President of Worldwide TV Licensing and Distribution for Paramount Pictures, where she held various roles for over ten years. She started her career at Revolution Studios. Amy holds a BA and an MBA from Harvard.

Bozoma Saint John, Chief Marketing Officer

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Bozoma Saint John was named CMO of Netflix in June 2020. She previously held the same role at Endeavor after serving as the first-ever Chief Brand Officer at Uber. Her 20-year marketing career also includes tenures as Head of Global Consumer Marketing for Apple Music and iTunes, and Head of the Music and Entertainment Marketing Group at Pepsi-Cola North America. Bozoma has been recognized for her breakthrough work by both the industry and her peers, having been inducted into the American Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement in 2014. Additionally, Bozoma serves on the boards of Girls Who Code and Vital Voices and in March 2017, she was named as a Henry Crown Fellow by the Aspen Institute. She holds a BA in English and African American Studies from Wesleyan University.

Ted Sarandos, Co-CEO and Chief Content Officer

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Ted Sarandos serves as Chief Content Officer and co-CEO at Netflix. He oversees the teams responsible for the acquisition and creation of all Netflix content including original series from around the world such as Stranger Things, Dark (Germany) La Casa de Papel (Spain), Sacred Games (India) and The Witcher (Poland), and films including The Irishman, Murder Mystery, Bird Box, the 3-time Academy Award winning film ROMA and the Academy Award winning Marriage Story. Ted has been responsible for all content operation since 2000, and led the company's transition into original content production that began in 2013 with the launch of the series House of Cards, Arrested Development and Orange Is the New Black, among numerous others.

Caitlin Smallwood, Vice President, Data Science and Engineering

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Caitlin Smallwood is Vice President of Data Science and Engineering. She joined Netflix in 2010 and has been leading and growing a variety of data science functions ever since. Her current team is charged with data engineering, metrics, statistical research, and mathematical models that power applications across the company and help improve and optimize the Netflix service. Prior to Netflix, Caitlin held positions at Intuit Inc., Yahoo!, Hyperion Solutions, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Caitlin holds a B.S. in Mathematics from The College of William and Mary and a M.S. in Operations Research from Stanford University.

Scott Stuber, Vice President, Original Film

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Scott Stuber is the head of Netflix Films where he oversees the development, production and acquisition of the Netflix film slate. Recent hits under Scott’s supervision include: Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman, Academy Award winner Marriage Story, The Old Guard, Murder Mystery, Extraction, Bird Box, and three-time Academy Award winner ROMA directed by Alfonso Cuarón. Prior to Netflix, he founded and ran Bluegrass Films, which produced such hits as Ted, Central Intelligence, and Safe House. A former vice chairman of worldwide production at Universal Studios, he was responsible for films including A Beautiful Mind, 8 Mile, Meet the Parents and its follow-up films, plus both the Bourne and Fast and the Furious franchises. Scott is on the board and active with a variety of organizations, including the Charlotte + Gwenyth Gray Foundation, Baby2Baby and Chrysalis.

Rachel Whetstone, Chief Communications Officer

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Rachel Whetstone was named CCO of Netflix in August 2018. She has spent the last 13 years working on communications and policy issues for US technology companies. She joined Google in 2005 and served as Senior Vice President of Communications & Public Policy from 2011 to 2015. She held the same position at Uber from 2015 till 2017, before joining Facebook as a Vice President of Communications. Rachel is a graduate of Bristol University and spent the first half of her career working as a policy advisor for the UK Conservative Party.

Mark White, Vice President, Product Engineering

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Mark White has served as Vice President of Product Engineering since 2012, leading teams that power the Netflix movie and TV discovery experience including content creation tools, personalization algorithms, Netflix API, and E-Commerce systems. Prior to joining Netflix in 2007, He managed engineering teams at PayPal that launched PayPal Mobile as well as integration with the Skype service. Mark grew up in the Midwest and is a lifelong Chicago Cubs fan. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Kansas.

Allison Wright, Vice President, Talent

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Allison Wright is Vice President of Talent at Netflix, where she leads HR teams supporting Production, Animation, and Human Resources, and acts as a business partner to senior leaders within the company. She joined Netflix in February 2013 when she fell in love with the company’s unique culture and the focus on bringing amazing stories to people all over the world. Allison began her career in HR and organizational development over 25 years ago and has led HR organizations in a variety of industries, including: retail, hospitality, healthcare, and entertainment. In 2020, Allison became a member of the Board of Trustees for The Actor’s Fund. She has a bachelor’s in Communications from San Jose State University and a master’s in Counseling Psychology from the University of San Francisco.

Todd Yellin, Vice President, Product

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Since being named Vice President of Product in 2014, Todd’s role revolves around changing the way people find great streaming content to watch over the internet on their TVs, computers and mobile devices. He is responsible for leveraging vast amounts of information and best-in-class user interfaces across numerous viewing devices to create an easy, compelling way for Netflix members to find something great to watch. Todd also oversees member acquisition and how to best leverage social and messaging. His team is also responsible for leading our studio technology efforts from pitch to play. Before joining Netflix in 2006, he wrote and directed the feature film Brother’s Shadow, and the short film The Eternal Pitch. He also worked as a documentarian, filming political unrest in places like Tibet and Myanmar (Burma). Todd received a BA from the University of Pennsylvania, and an MFA in Film Production from USC.

Mark Yurechko, Vice President, Strategy, Planning & Analysis

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Mark Yurechko leads the company’s global Strategy, Planning, and Analysis group responsible for accurately planning and forecasting the business, providing analysis and scenario modeling to support key business decisions, owning the company’s global financial forecast, and setting earnings guidance. His team also oversees content strategy and analysis - including content selection and valuation, programming analytics, and competitive intelligence. Prior to joining Netflix in 2011, Mark spent nine years in Deloitte Consulting’s strategy practice, helping client organizations across areas of corporate strategy, mergers & acquisitions, and financial planning and analysis in the high tech, media, and consumer internet industries. He holds a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Duke University and an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Richard Barton

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As Chief Executive Officer of Zillow Group, Rich leads the company’s work to transform how people buy, sell, rent and finance homes. Rich co-founded Zillow in 2005 and served as CEO until 2010, when he became the company’s executive chairman. He returned as CEO in early 2019.

Before Zillow, Rich founded Expedia within Microsoft in 1994 and successfully spun the company out as a public company in 1999. He served as president, CEO and board director of Expedia from 1999 until 2003. He also co-founded and served as non-executive chairman of Glassdoor from 2007 to 2018.

Rich was a venture partner at Benchmark from 2005 until 2018. He’s served on many public company boards and continues to be a board director for Netflix, Qurate, Artsy, and Zillow Group. He earned a Bachelor of Science in General Engineering: Industrial Economics from Stanford University.

Rodolphe Belmer

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Rodolphe Belmer has served as one of the Company's directors since January 2018. Since March 2016, Mr. Belmer has served as CEO of Eutelsat, the leading satellite operator in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He previously held several roles at Canal + Group, which he joined in 2001, most recently serving as its CEO from 2012 to 2015. He is also a board member of Brut, a Paris based private company. Mr. Belmer began his career in the marketing department of Procter & Gamble France before joining McKinsey in 1998. He is a graduate of France’s HEC business school.

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Mathias Döpfner

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Mathias Döpfner is Chairman and CEO and (with 3 percent) one of the largest shareholders of Axel Springer SE in Berlin, Europe’s leading digital publishing house. Publishing brands include BILD, DIE WELT, BUSINESS INSIDER and POLITICO Europe. He has been with Axel Springer SE since 1998, initially as editor-in-chief of Die Welt and since 2000 as a member of the Management Board. Since he became CEO of Axel Springer in 2002 he focused on digital transformation and revenues from digital activities increased from €117m to €2.5bn. EBITDA from digital went up from €-12 to €582m, accounting for 80 percent of the company’s EBITDA. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Warner Music Group, holds honorary offices at, among others, the American Academy, the American Jewish Committee, the Federation of German Newspaper Publishers (BDZV) and the European Publishers Council (EPC). In 2010, he was visiting professor in media at the University of Cambridge and became a member of St John’s College. He studied Musicology, German, and Theatrical Arts in Frankfurt and Boston.

Timothy Haley

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Timothy M. Haley has served as one of the Company's directors since June 1998. Mr. Haley is a co-founder of Redpoint Ventures, a venture capital firm, and has been a Managing Director of the firm since October 1999. Mr. Haley has been a Managing Director of Institutional Venture Partners, a venture capital firm, since February 1998. From June 1986 to February 1998, Mr. Haley was the President of Haley Associates, an executive recruiting firm in the high technology industry. Mr. Haley currently serves on the board of directors of several private companies. Mr. Haley holds a B.A. from Santa Clara University.

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Reed Hastings

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Reed Hastings is co-CEO and co-founder of Netflix in 1997. In 1991, Reed founded Pure Software, which made tools for software developers. After a 1995 IPO, and several acquisitions, Pure was acquired by Rational Software in 1997. Reed is an active educational philanthropist and served on the California State Board of Education from 2000 to 2004. He is currently on the board of several educational organizations including The City Fund, KIPP, and Pahara. Reed received a BA from Bowdoin College in 1983, and an MSCS in Artificial Intelligence from Stanford University in 1988. Between Bowdoin and Stanford, Reed served in the Peace Corps as a high school math teacher in Swaziland. Reed is married with two children.

Jay Hoag

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Jay Hoag has served as one of the Company's directors since 1999. Since 1995, Mr. Hoag has served as a founding General Partner at Technology Crossover Ventures, a venture capital firm. Mr. Hoag serves on the board of directors of Electronic Arts, Inc., Zillow Group, Inc., TripAdvisor and several private companies, including Peloton. Mr. Hoag is on the Investment Advisory Committee at the University of Michigan, the Board of Trustees of Northwestern University, and the Board of Trust at the Vanderbilt University. Previously, Mr. Hoag has served on the board of directors of numerous other public and private companies. Mr. Hoag holds an M.B.A. from the University of Michigan and a B.A. from Northwestern University.

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Leslie Kilgore

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Leslie Kilgore served as the Company's Chief Marketing Officer from 2000 until 2012. From February 1999 to March 2000, Ms. Kilgore served as Director of Marketing for Amazon.com, Inc., an Internet retailer. Ms. Kilgore served as a brand manager for The Procter & Gamble Company, a manufacturer and marketer of consumer products, from August 1992 to February 1999. She serves on the boards of Nextdoor (where she is also a member of the comp committee), Pinterest (where she also sits on the audit and compensation committees) and Medallia (where she serves as nominating and governance chair and audit committee member). Ms. Kilgore holds an M.B.A. from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and a B.S. from The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Ann Mather

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Ann Mather has served as a member of our board of directors since 2010. Ms. Mather has also been a member of the board of directors of: Glu Mobile Inc., a publisher of mobile games, since September 2005, and serves on its nominating and governance committee; Google, Inc. since November 2005, and serves as a chair of its audit committee; MGM Holdings Inc. (“MGM”, the independent, privately-held motion picture, television, home video, and theatrical production and distribution company), since December 2010; Shutterfly, Inc., a manufacturer and digital retailer of personalized products and services, since May 2013; and Arista Networks, provider of cloud networking services, since July 2013, and serves on its audit committee. She also serves as director for Veem, Planet and AirBnB. Ms. Mather has also been an independent trustee to the Dodge & Cox Funds board of trustees since May 2011. Ms. Mather was previously a director of: Central European Media Enterprises Group, a developer and operator of national commercial television channels and stations in Central and Eastern Europe, from 2004 to 2009; Zappos.com, Inc., a privately held, online retailer, until it was acquired by Amazon.com, Inc. in 2009; Ariat International, Inc., a privately-held manufacturer of footwear for equestrian athletes, from 2005 to 2012; and MoneyGram International, Inc., a global payment services company, from May 2010 to May 2013, and Solazyme, Inc., a renewable oil and bioproducts company, from April 2011 to November 2014. From 1999 to 2004, Ms. Mather was Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Pixar, a computer animation studio. Prior to her service at Pixar, Ms. Mather was Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Village Roadshow Pictures, the film production division of Village Roadshow Limited. From 1993 to 1999, she held various executive positions at The Walt Disney Company, including Senior Vice President of Finance and Administration for its Buena Vista International Theatrical Division. Ms Mather was made an Honorary Fellow of Sidney Sussex College Cambridge in October 2016.

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Ambassador Susan Rice

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Ambassador Rice is currently a Distinguished Visiting Research Fellow at American University’s School of International Service, Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and Contributing Opinion Writer for the New York Times.

From 2013-2017, Ambassador Rice directed the National Security Council staff, chaired the Cabinet-level National Security Principals committee, provided the daily national security briefing to President Barack Obama, and was responsible for the formulation, coordination and implementation of all aspects of the administration’s foreign and national security policy, intelligence and military efforts. From 2009 to 2013, she served as the US Permanent Representative to the United Nations and as a cabinet member.

Previously, Ambassador Rice held positions as US Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs and as a Special Assistant to President William J. Clinton, Senior Director, and Director on the National Security Council staff. She was a Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington DC from 2002-2008.

Ambassador Rice began her career as a management consultant with McKinsey and Company in Toronto, Canada. She has served on numerous boards, including the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Bureau of National Affairs, National Democratic Institute, and the US Fund for UNICEF.

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Ted Sarandos

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Ted Sarandos is co-CEO and Chief Content Officer at Netflix, overseeing the teams responsible for the acquisition, creation and marketing of all Netflix content including original series from around the world such as Stranger Things, Dark (Germany) La Casa De Papel (Spain), and Sacred Games (India) and original films including such blockbusters as To All the Boys I've Loved Before, Bright, and Bird Box and the 3-time Academy Award winning film ROMA. Ted has been responsible for all content operation since 2000, and led the company's transition into original content production that began in 2013 with the launch of the series House of Cards, Arrested Development and Orange is the New Black, among numerous others. Since then, Netflix originals have received numerous awards around the world including 93 Primetime Emmy wins, 6 Oscars, and 5 BAFTA Film Awards including Best Picture.

With more than 20 years' experience in home entertainment, Ted is recognized in the industry as an innovator in film acquisition and distribution and was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2013. Before Netflix, he was an executive at video distributor ETD and Video City / West Coast Video. Ted also has produced or executive produced several award-winning and critically acclaimed documentaries and independent films, including the Emmy-nominated Outrage and Tony Bennett: The Music Never Ends. He is a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute and serves on the board of Exploring The Arts, a nonprofit focused on arts in schools. He also serves on the Film Advisory Board for the Tribeca and Los Angeles Film Festivals, is an American Cinematheque board member, an Executive Committee Member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and is a trustee of the American Film Institute. Ted is married to U.S. Ambassador Nicole Avant (ret.) and has two children, Sarah and Tony Sarandos.

Brad Smith

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Brad Smith has served as one of the Company's directors since March 2015. In his role at Microsoft, Smith plays a key role in representing the company externally and in leading the company's work on a number of critical issues including privacy, security, accessibility, environmental sustainability and digital inclusion, among others. Mr. Smith joined Microsoft in 1993 and became general counsel in 2002. He spent three years leading the company's legal and corporate affairs team in Europe and five years as deputy general counsel responsible for such teams outside the U.S. His area of expertise includes competition law, intellectual property, government surveillance and privacy. Mr. Smith holds a BA in international relations and economics from Princeton University and a JD from Columbia University School of Law. He also studied international law and economics at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva.

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Anne Sweeney

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Anne Sweeney has served as one of the Company's directors since March 2015. Ms. Sweeney’s entertainment experience spans more than three decades including senior roles at the Walt Disney Co., 21st Century Fox and Viacom. Until she stepped down in January, she oversaw Disney’s cable, broadcast and satellite properties around the world since 2004. Previously, she helped establish and served as Chairman and CEO of the FX Networks, part of the Fox Entertainment Group of 21st Century Fox. Earlier in her career, she spent more than 12 years at Viacom’s Nickelodeon network. Ms. Sweeney holds a BA from The College of New Rochelle and an Ed. M. from Harvard University.

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