Robert Wynne is a communications executive with more than 20 years experience in public relations, marketing and journalism. Wynne held positions of leadership in public relations and marketing for a law firm, a developer and for the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. Wynne has provided strategic counsel, public relations and marketing strategies along with event planning and production for Cornell University's Johnson School, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, MIT, UCLA Law School, the law firm of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan and many others. He worked as a reporter for Newsweek magazine and the Los Angeles Times. He is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and earned a master's degree in communications from the University of Texas at Austin. Wynne created the Business Access Media (BAM) conference which brings the world's top MBA programs to meet with the top financial media. He writes a public relations column for Forbes.com.
Amy Goldsmith is a Los Angeles-based public relations consultant with specialized skills in corporate communications. An award-winning practitioner with nearly two decades of journalism, marketing, media and public relations experience, Goldsmith has worked with some the world's best-known companies helping to create and implement their internal and external public relations and marketing campaigns. Goldsmith has worked with some the world's best known companies in a wide array of industries including architecture, food, natural products, fashion, healthcare and financial services. Goldsmith's experience includes campaigns for Korean Air, ZonePerfect Nutrition Company, American Business Bank, Pharmaca Integrated Pharmacy, Hablinski+Manion Architecture and more.