Sally Gaglini - An attorney with specialities that include
entertainment and advertising law, Sally brings approximately 14
of legal expertise to the Company . Having an exhaustive client
she has negotiated on all sides of the negotiating equation e.g,,
celebrity talent including talented children, sponsors, and corporate
entity/agency. Attorney Gaglini has taught Entertainment Law at
University Law School for 12 years. She authored and lobbied, pro
for the Massachusetts Child Performers Statute (Coogan Law), an
entertainment law for child performers who contract with entertainment
companies. As an attorney, she assists clients considering charitable
trusts and corresponding bequests with a forensic eye facilitating
to worthy charities supporting credible missions.
Lou brings over 10 years of expertise in Human Resources Management,
specializing in employment, recruiting, retention and training.
He also spent 5 years in Sales Management within the financial services
sector. Lou was a National Manager with the renowned international
Accounting and Consulting firm of Deloitte & Touche, LLP. He
also brings several years of corporate management experience within
Fortune 1000 companies.
Robert A. Frank “Bob”
Founder, President & CEO of SFM, Media, Inc. Bob Frank established
the concept of media planning as a distinct and separate entity
in Advertising. Today it has been adopted, nationwide, as the existing
way of doing business. SFM Media, Inc. reached 1 1/5 billion in
billing with his leadership. His client list has included MCI, Nike,
Smith/Kline, Intel and America Isuzu. In 1998, Bob sold SMF Media,
Inc. to Havas Advertising, the 5th largest ad entity in the world.
Bob Frank is currently vice-chairman of Media Planning Group USA.
Executive Vice President/VICAM since 1992, Marjorie is responsible
for developing and implementing VICAM’s worldwide distribution
and licensing strategy, negotiating more than 400 related licenses.
She brings a 20 year track record growing businesses including 9
years in Silicon Valley in the high technology industry in management
with divisional revenue responsibility for 75 million U.S. dollars.
She has held senior executive positions in marketing, sales and
business development in high-tech for companies ranging in size
from start-ups to Fortune 1000.
Joe Leavey has over thirty five years experience in the child
welfare field in both the public and private sector.
A known leader in the field
has held a variety of positions including Commissioner of the Department
of Youth services for the State of Massachusetts and is presently
the President of Communities for People. This private
non profit agency works with teenagers in Mass and Rhode Island.
Its services includes
specialized foster homes, and adoption.
In addition Joe has held the positions of President of the Mass
Council of Human Service Providers and Chair of the
Children's League for Mass. He also consults with and very active
in the Child Welfare League,
nationwide children's advocacy organization, and was recently the
Chair of the Managed Care Institute for the League.