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Jacqueline Corbelli

Board of Governors

Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder, BrightLine

Jacqueline is Founder, Chairman and CEO of New York City tech start-up, BrightLine. She is at the forefront of redefining the models permanently changed by new trends in TV viewer behavior.

BrightLine is the recognized market leader and de facto standard for building and delivering interactive video ad solutions across the entire IP-delivered, aka "connected," TV landscape—e.g., over the top devices like Roku, Amazon FireTV, Android TV; gaming consoles like XBOX and Sony Playstation; and Samsung, LG, Vizeo and Philips smart TV manufacturers.

The company has developed a technology platform for creating and delivering ads that bring interactivity, social sharing, actionability, improved audience measurement, dynamic content, tracking and targeting capabilities — to television viewers on all the screens they watch TV.

Prior to BrightLine, Ms. Corbelli was President of Aston Associates, LLC, where she spent over a decade leading the business, technology and operational redesign of major corporations worldwide. She has extensive expertise in effecting transformative strategic and operational change.

She sits on the Board of the International Radio and Television Society, NBCU Women Advisory Board, the Atlantic Theater Company, Luminari Capital and Second Curve Capital, among others, and has been a member of the NYTech CEO Roundtable.

Jacqueline has also been the Chairman of the Board of The Millennium Promise Alliance, the organization that oversaw the recent completion of the UN Millennium Villages Project, dedicated to ending extreme poverty through sustainable integrated, community-led development in 10 countries, across the African "famine belt," and sits on the Board of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network.