1) David Conyer
, Executive Television Producer
David Conyer has over 30 year’s professional experience as a television producer and director. He has worked for the Public Broadcasting System in various states in America as an instructional television producer-director, public affairs producer-director, and as a free-lance producer with Mr. Rogers Neighborhood. During this time he was the recipient of many national and international awards for instructional/documentary programming. Over the last twenty years, David has been the Executive Producer at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf at Rochester Institute of Technology. He produces television programming for the Institute including documentaries, instructional, informational, research and web base. He is the recipient of over twenty international and national awards including a two time winner of best documentary from the California Governor’s Committee for Employment of Disable Persons. In addition, David has teamed up with Crystal Pix in Fairport New York, a digital production and post production facility to produce a series of children’s programming, “VRROOMM Farming for Kids” and informational and commercial programming at Sprint Telecommunications.
2) George Perlov
, social marketing consultant
George Perlov is social marketing consultant based in New York City. He was most recently Executive Vice President for Research and Innovation at the Advertising Council. In this position he was responsible for advising the planning and research process for the Council’s public service campaigns, monitoring and measuring of donated media, evaluating campaign effectiveness, proprietary research the Council conducts on public service directors and social issues, international issues, as well as special strategic initiatives. Prior to Ad Council, he spent over 10 years in the commercial advertising world, in the areas of account management and strategic planning. As a public speaker, he has addressed audiences at the Advertising Research Foundation Conference, the Independent Sector Conference, the Academic Educational Research Association Conference and the National Community Service Conference. He is a two-time recipient of the EFFIE award. He is a graduate of Oberlin College and has a Masters in Public Administration degree from Columbia University.