Margie Moreno is currently Head of Spanish Content for YouTube Red Originals.
Margie Moreno oversees all Spanish Content worldwide as part of the You Tube Red Originals International team. Before joining You Tube, she served as the Vice President of Production and Development for NBC Universo, the NBC Universal cable network targeting US Hispanics. Moreno has over 15 years of television experience, having served as both a producer and network executive. Prior to NBC Universo, Moreno was Head of Development for Imagina US/ Promofilm US, an international production company with hubs in Europe, Latin America and the US. Moreno began her career as Director of Original Programming at Turner after stints at Lionsgate Television and Mandalay Entertainment. She also serves as Board Co-Chair for NALIP (National Association of Latino Independent Producers) and is a Los Angeles Board member of Step Up Women's Network which looks to empower girls from under-resourced communities.
Dennis F. Hernandez has practiced law for over 30 years, focusing his practice in entertainment, intellectual property, First Amendment and education law. He has served as a partner of Baker & Hostetler, a national law firm, vice president of legal affairs for Fox Television Stations Inc., and as general counsel for a Silicon Valley start-up company. He began his legal career in government working as an aide to Congressman George E. Brown, Jr. and as counsel to Senator Edward M. Kennedy on the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources.
Rosa Alonso is a nationally recognized marketing and mobile/digital executive and entrepreneur.
She is currently CEO of Forache Productions (www.foracheproductions.com) and supports organizations with marketing, mobile/digital, content development/distribution, Hispanic/multicultural and international initiatives. Rosa is also the creator of the technology lifestyle and entertainment blog, Rosa Alonso Digital (rosaalonsodigital.com), for which she received The Innovator award at SXSWi. Additionally, she is a well-known television personality and appears regularly on Telemundo New York’s popular morning programs as their resident technology expert. Rosa is the recipient of the Columbia University Alumni Medal.
Jose M. Mayorquin is a four-time Emmy Award-winning producer with over fourteen years of production experience.
He is currently responsible for developing, producing, writing, and directing local shows, including “Eye on L.A.,” and “Vista L.A.,” the longest-running news magazine program devoted solely to Southern California’s dynamic Latino community. He joined KABC-TV, the ABC-owned television station in Los Angeles, in 2002. As an independent producer, Jose has worked on documentaries, commercials, music videos and reality programming. He is a graduate of U.C. Berkeley and has studied at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) in Mexico City.
Jim Mendiola is an independent filmmaker, curator, and writer based in Texas.
A Rockefeller Intercultural Media Fellow, Mendiola's films have screened in numerous film festivals, museums, and colleges in the U.S., Mexico and Europe, public television and cable TV. His projects have been supported by ITVS, Film Independent, NALIP, LPB, Mun2, SiTV, and the Sundance Filmmakers Lab. As a curator, Mendiola created the film program at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, and is currently directing the San Antonio CineFestival. He is an artist-in-residence at the University of Texas at Austin where he is writing a book and creating a digital archive on the history of U.S. Chicano/Latino independent filmmaking.