- Susan Brazer, Chief Executive Officer of LionShare Media, is a global mobile and digital media executive, who’s led the launch of many disruptive, scalable platforms, products and services for consumer electronics, entertainment and tech companies including Apple, DirecTV, Viacom, SES ASTRA, FIFA World Cup, Virgin Mobile USA and Nokia. Recently, Susan was VP of Strategy and Business Development for Nokia's smart phones and connected devices and VP Corporate Development and New Product Strategy for Virgin Mobile USA, where led the shift to 3G data services and created the Sugar Mama mobile advertising and Stash payments services. Prior to this, she was EVP, Business Development of Kirch Media's venture fund for the FIFA World Cup and SVP for the launch of Viacom's ShowTime TV service in Middle East and Africa, where she managed MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon, The Movie Channel, TV Land, Bloomberg and Discovery channels. Susan was the CEO of Global Music One, where she worked with Anthony Stonefield to service AT&T’s online music distribution. As VP at SES ASTRA, Susan led the migration to digital TV for 70m TVHH in Europe and led the business plan for DirecTV at Compression Labs. The genesis of Susan’s product development and innovation experience comes from Apple, where launched the 1st Mac portable computer and concepted the first mobile device experiences—Newton and Knowledge Navigator. Susan started her career at PepsiCo in M&A with the acquisition of Kentucky Fried Chicken and at Philip Morris as an international treasury analyst. Susan is a mentor at Princeton University for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. Susan holds a B.A. in Economics from Brandeis University, an MBA from Kellogg and attended the London School of Economics.
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