Fall 2017 Executives in Residence

Fall 2017 Executives in Residence

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 PLEASANTVILLE FALL 2017 EXECUTIVES IN RESIDENCE 

"The Intersection of Sports Marketing and Finance"

Barry Klarberg '81, '85

Chief Executive Officer and Founder
Monarch Business and Wealth Management
and
Kelvin Joseph '01

Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Operating Officer
Steiner Sports

Thursday, October 12, 2017 at 12:15 p.m.
Gottesman Room, Kessel Campus Center, Pleasantville campus

>> RSVP requested

ABOUT BARRY KLARBERG '81, '85

[Barry Klarberg]
Barry Klarberg '81, '85

Barry Klarberg, a CPA, formed Monarch Business and Wealth Management LLC in 2008, a full service Family Office firm specializing in providing Business and Wealth Management Services to High Net-Worth Individuals, Athletes and Entertainers.

Preceding Monarch, Klarberg spent two years as Senior Managing Director at Guggenheim Partners LLC, heading up Guggenheim Wealth Services' New York and Los Angeles offices. His team managed over 100 client relationships. Prior to joining Guggenheim Partners, he was responsible for managing Assante Wealth Services and Loring Ward Private Family Office from January 1, 2000 to August 15, 2006.

Barry Klarberg began his career at Deloitte in 1981, where he spent 11 years. He was the Firm's National Director of Sports and Entertainment. In 1992, he formed KRT Business Management (specializing in Wealth Management Services), which he eventually sold to Assante.

Klarberg has been internationally recognized as a leader in the area of financial counseling and branding to Athletes, Entertainers, High Net Worth individuals and Family Offices. He was elected to the "Sports Business Journals' 40 under 40." He regularly appears on CNN, CNBC and The Wall Street Journal Report. He is actively involved in various charity and community activities including the National Meningitis Foundation.

Barry Klarberg received a BBA (1981) and MS in Taxation (1985) from Pace University. He taught Taxation at Pace University from 1985-1989.

In 2011, he became a partner/owner of the New York Yankees and the YES Network.

In 2012, he became a partner/owner of the Memphis Grizzlies.

ABOUT KELVIN JOSEPH '01

[Kelvin Joseph]
Kelvin Joseph '01

As Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Operating Officer for Steiner Sports Marketing, Kelvin Joseph is at the intersection of Sports Marketing and Finance. A CPA, former CFO and business owner, Kelvin utilizes his extensive experience in business consulting to help companies from new startups to Fortune 500s (e.g. Oracle, and Morgan Stanley) monetize their marketing spend by determining what sports marketing strategy will benefit the company the most, providing access to the right athletes at the right time, negotiating contracts for the best deals, and measuring and analyzing results to ensure return on investment. Enjoying close personal relationships with professional teams, star athletes, and sports media puts him in a unique position to guide corporate clients to leveraging full or fractional access to appropriate sports figures and assets to build their brands through athlete appearances, turnkey events, local and national promotions, and digital content. Steiner Sports Marketing is part of the Omnicom Group (NYSE: OMC), an inter-connected global network of leading marketing communications companies with a portfolio that provides the best talent, creativity, technology and innovation to some of the world's most iconic and successful brands.

As the first U.S. born son of immigrants from Grenada, Kelvin's unique balance between spiritual things, family, and then his career will be his legacy. Kelvin was awarded the American Advertising Federation Trendsetter Award, INC Magazine's "Top 30 Entrepreneurs under 30" (winning this award the same year as Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg), The Business Council of Westchester's 40 under 40, and the South Huntington Hall of Fame Award. He was also the 1st MassChallenge Winner which is the world's largest business startup competition.

Pace University is where Kelvin started his road to success graduating with the Class of 2001 receiving a B.B.A. degree in Public Accounting. Kelvin also received the Trustees' Award at Pace University which is presented to the student whose positive contributions to University life and whose academic accomplishments exemplify the highest level of achievement attainable for an undergraduate. Kelvin is also Owner of Samanta Shoes, a luxury retailer that creates life changing experiences for women who have trouble finding stylish shoes in their size. Kelvin previously served as the Senior Operations Auditor at Saks Fifth Avenue, and as an auditor at Ernst & Young, LLP where he started as an INROADS intern.


 NEW YORK CITY FALL 2017 EXECUTIVE IN RESIDENCE 

Richard L. Gelfond

Chief Executive Officer
IMAX
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 2:15 p.m.
Schimmel Theatre, New York City campus

>> RSVP requested

[Richard L. Gelfond]
Richard L. Gelfond

Richard Gelfond is chief executive officer of IMAX Corporation, one of the world's leading entertainment technology companies. Under his leadership, IMAX has evolved from a niche purveyor of nature and science documentaries to a Hollywood movie force —both as high-tech exhibitor and a creative partner in the movie-making process.

IMAX has more than 1,226 theatres in 75 countries. 2017 films include The Fate of the Furious, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Dunkirk, IT and Star Wars: The Last Jedi.

With Gelfond at the helm, IMAX entered China more than 15 years ago just as the nation's entertainment, film and exhibition industry was developing. Growing as it did alongside the industry, IMAX has become a key part of the nation's movie-going culture. Today, China is IMAX's fastest-growing market with more than 400 theatres open and is embraced by audiences across the country as the best and most immersive way to see a film.

Gelfond is also leading IMAX through several strategic projects related to new business lines, including its recent foray into location-based virtual reality, IMAX VR, as well its investment in original content through a first-of-its-kind partnership with Marvel and ABC Television to premier Marvel's Inhumans exclusively in IMAX® theatres ahead of its network launch.

Gelfond, one of entertainment's longest-tenured executives, joined IMAX in 1994 as co-chairman after his firm, Cheviot Capital Advisors, bought the company. Gelfond previously served as an investment banker in mergers and acquisitions with Drexel Burnham Lambert.

Gelfond holds a BA from Stony Brook University and a law degree from Northwestern University.

Gelfond is a member of the Motion Picture Academy of Arts & Science. In 1996, Gelfond and investment partner Brad Wechsler received an Academy Award on behalf of IMAX for Scientific and Technical Achievement.