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Erik Huggers

President & CEO

Erik Huggers is Vevo’s President and CEO. In this capacity, he is responsible for all things Vevo with a focus on driving the strategy and growth of the company’s global footprint across product & technology, programming and branding as well as sales and business development. Most recently, Erik was a Senior Vice President at Verizon Communications Inc., where he was also President of the company’s recently acquired OnCue business. Prior to that, Erik developed OnCue at Intel, where he was President of the company’s media division from 2011 to 2014. Before Intel, Erik was an executive board member responsible for the BBC’s Future Media & Technology division, where he launched BBC iPlayer, one of the first premium online video services. Erik has also held senior roles at Microsoft Corp. and at Endemol Entertainment.
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Alan Price

Chief Financial Officer

Alan Price is the Chief Financial Officer at Vevo. Alan joined Vevo at launch – helping to scale the organization in the United States and internationally. As CFO, Alan looks after all Financial Planning, Accounting, Treasury, Tax, Real Estate, Human Resource and operations functions. Prior to joining the Vevo team, Alan was Senior Vice President, Finance and Operations for Sony Music Entertainment’s Columbia/Epic Label Group. Before being tapped for SVP, Alan held numerous senior finance positions within SME, where his portfolio included U.S. labels Epic, Columbia, Sony Nashville, Sony Classical, Sony Wonder, Legacy, Loud Records and The Work Group. Alan began his career in 1991 as an auditor at Arthur Anderson LLP. He holds a BA in Economics and Government from Cornell University and an MBA in Finance from New York University. Alan is a Certified Public Accountant in New York State.

Kevin McGurn

Chief Sales Officer

Kevin McGurn is Vevo’s Chief Sales Officer, based in New York. He joins Vevo from Fullscreen, where he served as Head of Sales for the company as well as Otter Media properties including Crunchyroll, Roster Teeth SoompiTV and VRV. Prior to Fullscreen, Kevin was Chief Revenue Officer of Shazam. He previously served as Senior Vice President of Sales at Hulu for nearly seven years, where he grew the sales team from zero to half a billion dollars in advertising revenue. Kevin has also held prior senior roles at NBC Universal and DoubleClick.

Alexander Kisch

General Counsel

As General Counsel, Alex Kisch is responsible for defining and developing Vevo’s global Business Strategy, overseeing Content Acquisition, Licensing, Syndication and Distribution efforts. Alex also manages Vevo’s day-to-day legal affairs. Prior to Vevo, Alex was Vice President of Music Strategy at MTV Networks, where he worked to develop and expand MTVN’s global music initiatives across linear, VOD-TV, online and mobile platforms on a cross-brand basis. He also held posts within Business & Legal Affairs at Sony BMG and BMG Music. Prior to that, Alex represented numerous recording artists and independent record labels, and was a recording artist/songwriter himself. He holds a BA from Vassar College and a JD from Boston University School of Law.

Tom Connaughton

SVP, Creative Content and Programming

Tom Connaughton is Senior Vice President for Creative Content and Programming at Vevo. Tom started his career at Columbia Records in their A&R division, then moved on to product and marketing positions across Sony BMG. Tom worked on developing their roster of major acts, such as Kings of Leon. In 2011, Tom joined MySpace where he directed their content and programming outputs, working in this role at a key time in the company’s history. Tom joined Vevo in 2012 and was promoted to VP of International Content and Programming in 2014, helping to set up the UK office for Vevo in London. Tom has established Vevo internationally as the home for premium music videos and live performances from some of the worlds biggest artists. He has worked across major and independent labels developing artists and supporting their growth. In early 2016 Tom was promoted to SVP of Creative Content and Programming, and he now leads this function globally for Vevo, based out of New York.

Stacy Moscatelli

Vice President, Marketing

As the Vice President of Marketing, Stacy leads Vevo’s Consumer Marketing and Branding initiatives. In addition to Consumer Marketing, she oversees the company’s Social Media, Events and Creative Services. Before coming to Vevo, Stacy was most recently Vice President, Marketing and Brand Strategy for Bedrocket Media Ventures, where she led Consumer Marketing and publicity across a portfolio of digital media brands including the launch of Flama, created for young Latinos, a joint venture with Univision. Prior to Bedrocket, Stacy spent over 14 years at Turner Broadcasting working in both public relations and marketing, first at Cartoon Network and then leading consumer marketing for Adult Swim.

Jon Carvill

SVP, Communications

Jon Carvill is SVP, Communications for Vevo. In this role he is responsible for leading all of Vevo’s internal and external communications efforts. Most recently, Jon was the Senior Director of Public Relations at Qualcomm, responsible for the company’s worldwide product and technology communications. Prior to Qualcomm, Jon was Director of Corporate Communications at Intel where he spearheaded PR, events and social media efforts for OnCue, the company’s ambitious web TV efforts that were acquired by Verizon Communications. While at Intel, Jon also held key leadership positions in corporate and financial communications. Previously, Jon was the Vice President of Communications at Globalfoundries, a multi-billion dollar joint-venture start-up between AMD and Abu-Dhabi-based Mubadala Development Corporation. Jon began his career at AMD and ATI where he held multiple roles in consumer PR focused on the PC and console gaming markets.

Will Jackson

SVP, Strategy & Operations

Will Jackson is Senior Vice President of Strategy and Operations at Vevo. This role has broad responsibilities in supporting Vevo’s leadership team in defining and executing on the company’s long-term growth strategies. Will joins Vevo from Pandora, where he served as Vice President of Corporate Strategy and International Development. He previously led strategy and business development for Intel’s Internet TV efforts. Will also held senior positions leading strategy for BBC Radio and Music and as a consultant at McKinsey & Company.

Colleen McCreary

Chief People Officer

As the Chief People Officer, Colleen is responsible for Vevo’s global people strategies and operations. Her team focuses on understanding, hiring, and optimizing for talent in support of Vevo’s long-term growth strategy. She has built high-performance organizations and corporate cultures with companies of all sizes, from start-ups to public multinational corporations. Colleen was previously EVP and Chief People Officer at Zynga, and oversaw their tremendous growth and expansion, from early start-up days through to their IPO.  Colleen has also held senior HR roles at Electronic Arts and Microsoft. She received her BS in Mass Communication and PR from Boston University, and an MA in Higher Education Administration from Columbia. Colleen was also sponsored to attend Stanford’s Entrepreneurship Bootcamp, a six-month program focused on all aspects of starting and building companies.

Alex Nunes

Chief Technical Officer

Alex heads up our Engineering team at Vevo, with responsibility for mobile, web, QA, infrastructure, data science and back-end development teams. Prior to joining Vevo, he was Chief Architect and Engineering Director for Beamly, a London-based social TV startup with large scale adoption of microservice-based Scala architecture with Continuous Delivery. In previous roles, he has held senior engineering leadership positions at the BBC, including the BAFTA winning BBC iPlayer, and CTO/founder/lead engineer roles in London startups and media companies. He holds an MSc in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh.

Mark Hall

Head of Product

As Head of Product at Vevo, Mark leads the teams who are responsible for Vevo’s product and design efforts. Prior to Vevo, he was the founder of mobile video app and platform Showyou, which Vevo acquired in December 2015. Mark has made digital media products and services for over two decades, including stints as an executive at streaming media pioneer RealNetworks in both Seattle and London, and worked on early, award-winning digital media products at Corbis (founded and owned by Bill Gates) and Microsoft. Mark has a JD from the University of Virginia, and a BA in History from Carleton College. His first job was as a bicycle messenger in Washington, D.C. where his radio handle was “double-deuce-nine.”