Alan Gershenfeld

Alan Gershenfeld is founder and President of E-Line Media, a publisher of digital entertainment that engages, educates and empowers. Prior to E-Line, Alan was CEO of netomat, a leader in mobile-web community solutions. netomat originated as network-based art project and was selected as a Technology Pioneer at the 2007 World Economic Forum at Davos. Before netomat, Alan was member of the executive team that rebuilt game publisher Activision from bankruptcy into an industry leader. As Senior Vice President of Activision Studios Alan oversaw titles such as Civilization: Call to Power, Asteroids, Muppet Treasure Island, Spycraft, Pitfall, Zork and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. Before Activision, Alan worked as a filmmaker and writer. Alan currently serves on the Board of FilmAid International and on the Advisory Boards of Creative Capital, Global Kids, We Are Family Foundation, Startl and the Joan Ganz Cooney Center (Sesame Workshop). He is also former Chairman of Games for Change.

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