Chloe Sladden Roundtable Breakfast

Apr 21, 2011
8:15 – 9:30 AM
Los Angeles

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Chloe Sladden
Director of Media Partnerships (

Chloe Sladden (@ChloeS) works with Twitter’s media partners to create new and effective approaches to content creation, interactive TV, audience engagement, and news reporting via Twitter, with a special focus on television.

You can read more about her team’s work in Fast Company’s profile.

Before Twitter, Sladden worked at Current TV, an Emmy-winning 70MM household TV network and online news site. She produced the Webby Award-winning Hack the Debate as well as Current Diggs the Election and Current Twitters the Inauguration.

Previously, Sladden was a management consultant in Booz Allen Hamilton's media and entertainment practice, where she worked with film studios, book publishers, TV networks, and record companies. She also co-produced/directed Headstrong, a documentary broadcast on public television.

Sladden is on the board of Grey Area Foundation for the Arts, a non-profit designed to drive open innovation at the intersection of art, design, data, and technology. She is also on the board of Headstrong. She holds an MBA from Stanford's Graduate School of Business as well as a Master’s in Cultural Anthropology, also from Stanford.

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