Advisory Board Member, Former Global Fellow
Alden E. Stoner is a film producer with several projects in development. She serves on the Center for Communication Leadership & Policy’s advisory board, and she was also CCLP’s inaugural global fellow from 2009 to 2010.
Before becoming an independent producer, she served as the Senior Vice President of Social Action Campaigns & Programming at Participant Media. There she led a team responsible for developing award-winning social action campaigns in association with content across film, TV, and digital platforms with the goal of driving impact through meaningful social change. Notable campaign highlights include: the restoration of over 2 billion gallons of water back into the Colorado River, collaboration to help to end predatory prison phone rates through FCC regulation, and the development of the first White House forum on food security under the Obama Administration, in association with Participant’s documentary, A Place at the Table.
Previously, Alden represented Fortune 500 brands at Omnicom’s Davie Brown Entertainment where she ran the promotion and film departments. Her entrepreneurial spirit then led her to co-found Bark, a comedy cloud television network start-up.
Alden earned a B.A. in Communication, Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of Southern California and a double M.A. from USC & the London School of Economics in Global Media and Communication. She serves on the board of directors at Open Spaces, Sacred Places, a foundation committed to funding public green space in stressed urban environments. She is a member of the Pacific Council and the Television Academy and resides with her husband Ethan in Venice, California.
Contact Alden at email@example.com.