As CTO, Colf oversees the Studio’s portfolio of technology services and solutions, and is also responsible for the Studio’s technology strategy, research and development. Previously, she served at Warner Bros. as executive vice president, worldwide content servicing and digital solutions, where she oversaw the development of the entertainment industry’s first digital supply chain. Colf is also known at Warner Bros. for her continued dedication to providing opportunities to help foster girls interested in STEAM careers.
Evans is responsible for all IT operations and initiatives at Miramax. Previously, she was vice president of IT at MGM for eight years. She also served as vice president of operations and IT for Mitsubishi and Bell Industries and has been an IT professional in Southern California for over 37 years. Evans is a true role model for women around her. They think of her as a great listener, and at the same time, very decisive. Throughout her career, Evans is known to embolden those around her by providing opportunities for growth and advancement.
McKenzie has more than 20 years’ experience in IT leadership roles across multiple industries, including media and entertainment, engineering and construction, and financial services. Previously she was vice president of information technology for Jacobs Engineering, managing director at PwC, and senior vice president, information technology for Fox Entertainment Group. She is also a co-founder of STEM Advantage and the development of this non-profit organization has been instrumental with helping female students identify intern opportunities to assist in their career development.