Gina Cavalier lives and works in Los Angeles, where she has had a life-long journey of seeking new technologies to enhance creative experiences. She has enjoyed a variety of exciting, and challenging career paths working with such companies as, Warner Bros, Disney, Universal, Cartoon Network, Viacom, HBO, Nickelodeon, Soundelux, Tapestry Films, Love Machine Films, Fox, and most recently Netflix.
Gina has executed worldwide campaigns involving high-tech product and content with such films as; Harry Potter Fantastic Beasts, Blade Runner 2049 and more. Her involvement in over 300 titles ranged from marketing, writing, games, DVD’s, filming, producing, publishing, theatrical releases, website launches, app creation, events, product development, PR, and more.
While at Warner Bros. Ms. Cavalier recognized the need to bring all the departments together to educate the teams on new technologies and founded then managed the first-ever technology employee driven group, Tech@WB, which grew to 1,500 employees in three short months.
Gina is also a writer, illustrator, and clothing designer and serves on a variety of tech and women’s boards and charitable companies. She was most recently the VP of Programming for The Alliance of Women in Media. She has several of writing projects in development; one of which is a feature film titled The Ghost of Manhattan. She has also written and illustrated a Holiday Book titled, How I Became Santa Claus, that received national press in 2015. Gina showcases her illustration on clothing at the website www.cavalieroriginals.com.
Her primary charities are The Los Angeles Youth Network, and Marley’s Mutts Animal Rescue.