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Eve Krzyzanowski is an internationally respected, multi-Emmy Award-winning producer and multimedia executive. Over the past three decades, her leadership, creativity and business acumen have led her to producer and executive positions with major US TV networks (ABC, CBS and NBC), the BBC, FNN (Financial News Network—precursor to CNBC), and Martha Stewart Omnimedia. Her pioneering business journalism on FNN solidified her place on the prestigious “100 Business News Luminaries of the 20th Century” list. FNN was credited with helping to stave off widespread investor panic during 1987’s market crash. Eve formerly served as CEO of Branded Media Inc., where she continues to advise and invest in digital media. She also advises various non-profit organizations dedicated to education and the promotion of cultural understanding, including UN Women for Peace, the Kosciuszko Foundation and the Institute for Personal Leadership. Eve continues to produce series for PBS, including Moment of Luxury. Her recent films include, I Sing Beijing, From Mao to the Met, and Kosciuszko, A Man Ahead of his Time. Her next film is about the Nanjing Massacre in 1937. Eve is passionate about cultural and scientific exchange. She serves on the board of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences and was instrumental in creating the New York Academy of Sciences recent program on Women in Science. Eve earned her B.A. from Vassar College in Economics and Political Science.