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Event Leader Q&A Webinar: Scott Norville | ELI Members Only
February 1, 2018 at 10:00 am11:00 am PST
Introducing ELI’s Brand New Members-Only Event Leader Q&A Webinar Series!
We’re providing our subscribers the opportunity to participate in an intimate webinar with an event or meetings industry expert. With a maximum of 20 attendees per webinar, you’ll have the opportunity to ask our chosen event leader your most burning questions whether it’s how they got their start in the industry, what they would do in a given situation, or anything your heart desires!
To make the webinars as engaging and effective as possible, you’ll be able to ask your questions personally using your microphone or through web chat.
Don’t wait to sign up! Registration is first come first serve and there are only a limited 20 spots available!
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February 1, 2018
10:00 a.m. PST | 1:00 p.m. EST
Vice President of Digital Audience Development
21st Century Fox
MICHAEL GRANEK, CSEP
President & COO
Event Leadership Institute
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Vice President of Digital Audience Development, 21st Century Fox
Scott Norville is currently Vice President of Digital Audience Development at 21st Century Fox. He is responsible for leading Twentieth Century Fox and Fox Network Group’s cross-division initiatives regarding short-form video creation and distribution, and audience development on YouTube and other social media platforms. Before Fox, Scott worked at Google in YouTube’s Content Partnerships Group where he was responsible for managing some of YouTube’s highest value relationships with Digital Content companies.
Before Google Scott worked at the Walt Disney Company in strategy/business development roles in both their Consumer Products and ABC News divisions.
Scott began his career at the Central Intelligence Agency focused on counter-terrorism and covert influence. He earned his undergraduate degree in Political Science from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pennsylvania and his MBA from the University of Virginia’s Darden Business School.