MANAGEMENT TEAM
Jeffrey Katzenberg
Jeffrey Katzenberg - Chief Executive Officer and Director

Mr. Katzenberg has served as our Chief Executive Officer and member of our Board of Directors since October 2004. Mr. Katzenberg co-founded and was a principal member of DreamWorks Studios from its founding in October 1994 until its sale to Paramount in January 2006. Prior to founding DreamWorks Studios, Mr. Katzenberg served as chairman of the board of The Walt Disney Studios from 1984 to 1994.

As chairman, he was responsible for the worldwide production, marketing and distribution of all Disney filmed entertainment, including motion pictures, television, cable, syndication, home entertainment and interactive entertainment. During his tenure, the studio produced a number of live-action and animated box office hits, including Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Lion King. Prior to joining Disney, Mr. Katzenberg was president of Paramount Studios. Mr. Katzenberg serves on the boards of The Motion Picture and Television Fund, The Museum of Moving Image, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, California Institute of the Arts and The Simon Wiesenthal Center. He is co-chairman of each of the Creative Rights Committee of the Directors Guild of America, and the Committee on the Professional Status of Writers of the Writers Guild of America. In addition, his fundraising efforts on behalf of AIDS Project Los Angeles have helped to provide its clients with medical and social services. As a director, Mr. Katzenberg serves on and chairs our Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee.

Lew Coleman
Lew Coleman - President and Acting Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Coleman was appointed President of DreamWorks Animation, in December 2005 having served as a director of the company since October 2004.  As of March 2007, he was re-elected to the Board of Directors and has taken on the position of Chief Financial Officer as well.

He assumed the role of Non-executive Chairman of Northrop Grumman Corporation in January 2010.  He was elected to the Northrop Grumman Board of Directors in 2001.

Previously he was the President of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation from its founding in November 2000 to December 2004. 

Prior to that, Mr. Coleman was employed by Banc of America Securities, formerly known as Montgomery Securities where he was a Senior Managing Director from 1995 to 1998 and Chairman from 1998 to 2000.  Before he joined Montgomery Securities, Mr. Coleman spent ten years at the Bank of America and Bank of America Corporation where he was Head of Capital Markets, Head of the World Banking Group, and Vice Chairman of the Board and Chief Financial Officer.  He spent the previous thirteen years at Wells Fargo Bank where his positions included Head of International Banking, Chief Personnel Officer and Chairman of the Credit Policy Committee.

He is a member of the National Academies’ Board on Science, Technology and Economic Policy, a National Academy of Arts and Sciences Fellow and a member of the Board of Global Crop Diversity Trust.

Ann Daly
Ann Daly - Chief Operating Officer

Ann Daly has served as DreamWorks Animation’s chief operating officer since our IPO in October 2004. She was previously head of the animation division of DreamWorks SKG since July 1997, where she guided the strategic, operational, administrative and production-oriented concerns of the animation division, as well as overseeing the worldwide video operations of DreamWorks Studios.

Prior to joining DreamWorks Studios, Ann was president of Buena Vista Home Video (BVHV), North America, a division of The Walt Disney Company, where she presided over the then-single largest video company in the world. She was responsible for marketing, sales, distribution, operations, production and all other facets of the home video division.

During her 14-year tenure at Disney, she was a home video industry pioneer, orchestrating many innovations such as the direct-to-video business, where high quality, family-oriented films were produced exclusively for the home video market. Under her direction, BVHV won several vendor awards for marketing and advertising, as well as for its state-of-the-art distribution, shipping and inventory replenishment systems. Ann received her B.A. in economics from The University of California, Los Angeles.

Katherine Kendrick
Andrew Chang - General Counsel

Andrew Chang serves as General Counsel of DreamWorks Animation. He previously held the positions of head of litigation and head technology lawyer since the Company’s IPO in October 2004, prior to which he was head of litigation for DreamWorks

SKG and head of legal and business affairs for DreamWorks Distribution.

Prior to joining DreamWorks in 2002, Andrew was Vice President – Litigation at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios, where he handled various studio-related litigation, investigations and claims at that then publicly-traded company since 1998. From 1990 to 1998, Andrew was an associate in the litigation department of the Los Angeles office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. Andrew has handled state and federal trials, private arbitrations, state and federal investigations and various matters concerning general business, intellectual property, licensing, distribution, antitrust and technology.

Andrew graduated from Princeton University and Georgetown University Law Center, both with honors. Andrew is a member of the California Bar.

Philip Cross
Heather O'Connor - Chief Accounting Officer

Heather O’Connor currently serves as DreamWorks Animation’s Chief Accounting Officer. Prior to this role, she had served as Director of SEC Reporting for the Company. She has also held a variety of positions within the Accounting and Financial Planning & Analysis departments at DreamWorks LLC.

Prior to her roles at DreamWorks, O’Connor served as Audit Senior at Arthur Andersen, LLP. She serves as Treasurer and sits on the Board of Directors of needtheater in Los Angeles. O’Connor received her degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and is a certified public accountant (inactive) in California.

Anne Globe
Anne Globe - Head of Worldwide Marketing and Consumer Products

Ms. Globe has served as our Head of Worldwide Marketing and Consumer Products since January 2007. Previously, Ms. Globe served as the Company's head of worldwide consumer products and promotions since January 2005. Ms. Globe joined DreamWorks Studios in 1996, where she was involved in all aspects of its merchandising and promotional activities. She held a variety of positions with DreamWorks Studios, including serving as head of marketing and head of promotions.

Prior to joining DreamWorks Studios, Ms. Globe was Vice President of Promotions at MCA/Universal, where she was responsible for national promotion strategies for a number of the company's films. Ms. Globe received a B.S. in Marketing and a B.S. in Communications from Syracuse University.

Rich Sullivan
Rich Sullivan - Head of Corporate Finance

Mr. Sullivan has served as our Head of Corporate Finance since October 2008. He previously held the position of Head of Investor Relations since joining the Company in 2005. During his term at the Company, Mr. Sullivan has been directly involved with treasury, corporate communications, corporate development and strategic planning. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Sullivan served as Vice President of Investor Relations for ATT&T Corp. from 2002 until 2005, during which time he was also a member of AT&T's Financial Leadership Team. Prior to his role in Investor Relations, Mr. Sullivan played a role on ATT&T's mergers and acquisitions team, as well as ATT&T's Business Services and Solutions organization. Prior to joining ATT&T, Mr. Sullivan worked for Deutsche Bank Services as a member of its mergers and acquisitions investment banking group, focusing on telecommunications.x Mr. Sullivan holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from Hamilton College and an MBA from Columbia University.

Dan Satterthwaite
Dan Satterthwaite - Head of Human Resources

Mr. Satterthwaite has served as our Head of Human Resources since joining the Company in September 2007. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Satterthwaite was with Blockbuster Inc. from 1993. At Blockbuster, Mr. Satterthwaite served in a variety of positions of increasing responsibility, most recently as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Human Resources.

Dan Satterthwaite
Rich Sullivan - Head of Corporate Finance

Mr. Sullivan has served as our Head of Corporate Finance since October 2008. He previously held the position of Head of Investor Relations since joining the Company in 2005. During his term at the Company, Mr. Sullivan has been directly involved with treasury, corporate communications, corporate development and strategic planning. Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Sullivan served as Vice President of Investor Relations for ATT&T Corp. from 2002 until 2005, during which time he was also a member of AT&T's Financial Leadership Team. Prior to his role in Investor Relations, Mr. Sullivan played a role on ATT&T's mergers and acquisitions team, as well as ATT&T's Business Services and Solutions organization. Prior to joining ATT&T, Mr. Sullivan worked for Deutsche Bank Services as a member of its mergers and acquisitions investment banking group, focusing on telecommunications.x Mr. Sullivan holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from Hamilton College and an MBA from Columbia University.

Dan Satterthwaite
Lincoln Wallen- Chief Technical Officer

Mr. Wallen serves as Chief Technology Officer for DreamWorks Animation and is responsible for providing strategic technology vision and leadership for the Company. He joined DreamWorks Animation in 2008 as Head of Research and Development, where he was oversaw the strategic vision, creation and deployment of the studio’s CG production platform and software tools.

Mr. Wallen is a recipient of InfoWorld’s 2012 “Technology Leadership Awards,” the prestigious annual award that honors senior executives who have demonstrated creative, effective leadership in inventing, managing, or deploying technology within their organizations or in the IT community. Under his leadership, DreamWorks Animation was named to the 50 Most Innovative Companies list in MIT’s Technology Review.

Prior to joining DreamWorks Animation, Mr. Wallen was Chief Technology Officer for Online and Mobile Services at Electronic Arts where he led the gaming company’s technical approach to publishing and videogame development for cell phones. He also served as Vice President at Criterion Software, Ltd, and as Chief Technology Officer for MathEngine.

Before joining the entertainment industry, Mr. Wallen enjoyed a distinguished career as a Professor at Oxford University, and was the first Director for the multidisciplinary Smith Institute for Industrial Mathematics and Systems Engineering. He holds a B.S. in Mathematics and Physics from the University of Durham, United Kingdom and a PhD in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom.