Ana Kehrberg, MBA – Director of Account Management – Global Digital Distribution, HBO – Ana is Director of Account Management – Global Digital Distribution at HBO. She is an accomplished sales and marketing leader with 10+ years of progressive experience in digital media, business development, and brand strategy marketing in the entertainment and consumer products industries. Ana has successfully managed teams, delivered profitable revenue growth, built relationships with partners, negotiated digital licensing agreements, and optimized profit and loss statements for global brands. Ana is a fundraising volunteer for Multiple Sclerosis Society since 2009 and at Harvest Home since 2017. She is Co-chair for Women@HBO’s event committee and has piloted public speaking workshop series.
Danielle Dailey, MA – Danielle has spent the last 20+ years in advertising and marketing as a writer and creative lead for global Fortune 100 companies, building brands and digital experiences that drive engagement and impact. Passionate about women’s and children’s issues, she has volunteered as a fundraiser and event planner at her local elementary school, a mentor for women at her company, Publicis Sapient, and military spouses, and a social media lead for a girls’ empowerment group.
Xiaoyu Zheng, CFA – Xiaoyu is a quantitative portfolio manager and strategist at Guggenheim Partners Investment Management where he has worked extensively in macroeconomic research and investment strategy. Xiaoyu brings to WIN his experience in financial planning and strategy, and his passion as an advocate for the importance of early childhood development. Xiaoyu has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Carnegie Mellon University and is a CFA charterholder.
Ana Zeledón Friendly, MPH – CEO, Friendly Consulting LLC – During her tenure at Venice Family Clinic, one of WIN’s partner agencies, Ana was one of the founding members of WIN. She has twenty-five years’ experience in leadership positions with non-profit agencies. She devoted her career to improving the health of Los Angeles County’s neediest families, which include native-born and immigrant Latinos with particular needs for culturally appropriate services. Ana was the recipient of the “Robert F. Allen Symbol of H.O.P.E Award” (Helping Other People through Empowerment), presented by the American Journal of Health Promotion and recognized by La Opinion, the largest Spanish language newspaper in the country, for her outstanding work in helping the Hispanic communities of Los Angeles access health care services. Presently, Ana is focusing her time developing her private coaching practice as CEO of Friendly Consulting LLC. Ana has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Lewis and Clark College, a master’s degree in Public Health from UCLA, and an Advanced Coaching Training Certification from the International Coach Academy.
Michael Aaronson, MBA – Senior Vice President, Digital Distribution, Universal Pictures Home Entertainment – Mike is SVP, Digital Distribution for Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. He previously worked in product development at Comcast and began his career in strategy consulting with LEK Consulting. As a successful entertainment and digital media executive, Mike brings strategic and financial planning, digital media, and marketing knowledge to WIN. His wife currently serves as the Chief of Pediatrics at Kaiser Permanente in Panorama City, which has given him tremendous perspective on pediatric health issues and the practice of preventative care to improve patient outcomes. He has been active on the fundraising committee for Encino Sherman Oaks Girls Fast Pitch Softball League and spent time volunteering with The Giving Spirit to pack and distribute survival kits to the homeless in LA.
Meghan has spent her entire career working with young children and families in both the home and in the classroom setting. During her time as a behavioral consultant, Meghan designed and implemented seminars on the principles of applied behavioral analysis (ABA) for school psychologists, teachers, and instructional assistants. She conducted home and school observations in order to develop individualized programs for each child in her care. Additionally, Meghan has worked for school districts to create and implement behavioral interventions for students who require services as determined by an IEP. Meghan’s passion for helping children also came through in her master’s thesis, which created a specialized program to assist teachers and instructional aids in integrating children with autism into mainstream classrooms. Meghan has a bachelor’s degree in English from UCLA and a master of arts degree in Special Education, Mild and Moderate Disabilities from Cal State Northridge.