Our Executive Team
President of Hulu
As President of Hulu within Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution (DMED), Kelly Campbell manages Hulu’s suite of on demand and live streaming businesses. Additionally, she oversees Disney’s Digital Media and Movies Anywhere businesses.
Campbell previously served as Chief Marketing Officer of Hulu where she led Hulu’s overall marketing across the SVOD and Live TV businesses. Campbell led a team of marketers who were responsible for creating and executing initiatives across brand, creative, subscriber growth, entertainment publicity, content marketing, consumer research and viewer experience. As CMO, Campbell worked closely with the company’s technology, distribution, content and product leaders to ensure that Hulu’s consumer proposition and brand was reflected in every aspect of the Hulu experience.
Prior to joining Hulu, Campbell served as Managing Director of Global Growth Marketing for Google Cloud and was responsible for driving awareness, acquisition and same-store growth for Google Cloud products. Campbell also held multiple senior marketing roles at Google during her decade-long career there. Before that, Campbell worked in investment banking for JPMorgan Chase.
Campbell has earned multiple accolades for leading Hulu’s marketing and business efforts, including being honored as one of Business Insider’s Most Innovative CMOs and 100 People Transforming Business, Variety’s L.A. Women’s Impact List honoree, AdAge’s Women to Watch, The Hollywood Reporter’s Marketing Masterminds, one of the Adweek 50 and Forbes’ Most Influential CMOs of 2019.
Campbell holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a bachelor of science degree from Vanderbilt University.
Vice President, Communications, Disney+ and Hulu
Jessica Casano-Antonellis is the VP of Communications for Disney+ and Hulu, as part of the Disney Streaming team within Disney’s Media and Entertainment Distribution segment. In this role, Jessica is responsible for setting the overall communications strategies globally for The Walt Disney Company’s direct-to-consumer video streaming businesses.
Jessica joined The Walt Disney Company in 2017, with the acquisition of Bamtech Media, where she served as VP of Communications.
Before joining Bamtech, Jessica led the communications function at Vimeo, which included oversight of public relations, events, and production teams. During her tenure at Vimeo, she also served as the Company’s first Diversity and Inclusion leader, championing to create a more equitable and diverse employee experience. Prior to joining Vimeo, Jessica spent nearly ten years on the agency side at a global tech public relations firm, where she led the planning and execution of integrated PR campaigns for a portfolio of clients at the intersection of media and tech.
A native of Massachusetts, Jessica holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing from San Francisco State University. She currently resides in Hastings-On-Hudson, NY with her wife and two children.
Senior Vice President, Marketing
Scott Donaton is the Senior Vice President and Head of Marketing at Hulu, where he leads oversight of all marketing strategy across the SVOD and Live TV businesses. Donaton leads a team of marketers who are responsible for subscriber acquisition, engagement and retention, brand marketing, media, creative, brand partnerships and consumer research and insights. Scott previously served as Hulu’s Head of Creative, where he oversaw the company’s creative studio, Greenhouse. In that role, Scott drove deliverables across every touch point of the consumer experience, and launched the industry’s first-ever branded entertainment function that designs and delivers creative opportunities for advertising partners in streaming TV.
Prior to Hulu, Donaton served as the Global Chief Creative & Content Oﬃcer at Digitas, leading the agency’s worldwide creative practice including its campaign, content, experience design and production capabilities. Donaton also served as Head of Content for The Americas for Publicis Media and was chief architect of the Digitas NewFront.
Before joining Digitas, Donaton was Global Chief Content Oﬃcer at Interpublic Group’s UM and head of UM Studios, where he led a team of award-winning content strategists and producers who developed creative programs and innovative experiences for clients including Chrysler, Coca-Cola, J&J, BMW and Sony. Prior to UM, Donaton founded Ensemble, an Interpublic Group content studio, where he served as CEO from 2009 till 2013.
Donaton coined the phrase “Madison & Vine”, and is the author of a book by the same name. The book helped launch the branded-content revolution by declaring the entertainment and advertising industries need to converge to survive. Donaton also served as publisher of Entertainment Weekly and before that, was at Advertising Age, where he served as its editor for more than a decade before becoming publisher.
Donaton has won numerous advertising awards, including the Cannes Lions, Clios, D&AD and London International Advertising Awards. He was inducted into AAF’s prestigious Advertising Hall of Achievement, and was once honored as one of the “21 Most Intriguing People in Media.” Donaton served as president of the Entertainment jury at Cannes in 2013 and 2019, and is the current president of the AICP Branded Content & Entertainment jury. He is also known for his industry thought-leadership, which has been published in numerous media outlets including Fast Company, Adweek, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Ad Age and MediaPost.
President, Hulu Originals and ABC Entertainment
Craig Erwich is President, Hulu Originals and ABC Entertainment, leading development & strategy for Hulu’s original series and ABC Entertainment. Since joining the team in April 2014, Craig has overseen the straight-to-series orders for Hulu’s premium slate of originals including the Emmy® and Golden Globe Award®-winning The Handmaid’s Tale, the first-ever series on a streaming service to take home both awards in the drama series category; as well Golden Globe Award-winning series Ramy, Emmy® Award-nominated series including The Looming Tower, Catch-22, Castle Rock, and Pen15 alongside recent hit series Little Fires Everywhere, Normal People, The Great, Dollface, Shrill.
With over 20 years of experience in television development, Craig previously served as the EVP of Warner Horizon Television (WHTV), a division of Warner Bros. Television Group, where he oversaw development, production and business operations. Before joining WHTV, he served as EVP of Programming at FOX Broadcasting Company for 12 years where he was instrumental in the development of hit series such as 24, House, Prison Break and The O.C.
Senior Vice President, SVOD Content Programming and Partnerships
Brian Henderson is the Senior Vice President of Content Programming and Partnerships at Hulu, where his team is responsible for acquiring top TV series and films for the Hulu library, scheduling content launches, and partnering with The Walt Disney Company content engines including Disney Television Studios, ABC News, FX Productions, 20th Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures in the creation of Hulu Originals.
Prior to joining Hulu, Brian was the Vice President of Business Operations and Head of Content Acquisition for Whipclip, a digital startup that enabled viewers to clip and share TV and music video content. Before Whipclip, Brian held multiple roles in operations, business development, and marketing at Leaf Group.
Brian began his career as a writer and producer for TV, and is a 2-time Emmy Award winner as senior writer for Discovery Channel’s “Cash Cab.” He received a bachelor’s degree from Duke University and an MBA from UCLA Anderson.
Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer, Disney Streaming
Joe Inzerillo is Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Disney Streaming, where he oversees all aspects of technology, including streaming, commerce, platform development, and globalization for The Walt Disney Company’s direct-to-consumer video streaming businesses: Disney+, ESPN+, Star+, and Hulu.
Inzerillo joined The Walt Disney Company in 2017 with the acquisition of Bamtech Media, where he served as EVP and CTO.
Previously, Inzerillo was CTO for Major League Baseball, including its flagship media companies MLB Advanced Media and MLB Network. In that capacity, he helped shape MLB’s vision for its digital business, which eventually led to the spinoff of Bamtech Media, and was responsible for the development of several emerging technologies that would go on to disrupt the sports media ecosystem worldwide.
During his tenure with baseball, Inzerillo launched MLB.tv, the first over-the-top sports offering, “instant replay,” a system that allows reviews of umpires’ calls through video footage, and Statcast, a revolutionary player tracking system that uses big data to measure every play on the field through a combination of radar technology and cameras. He also oversaw the installation of Apple’s iBeacon technology across its major ballparks and stadiums that enabled MLB’s At Bat app to provide point of interest information, concessions, shopping, and loyalty and rewards programs, and led MLB’s $300 million initiative to roll out Wi-Fi and distributed antenna systems (DAS) at all its ballparks, among other innovations.
A native of Chicago, Inzerillo started his sports career in 1987 with the Chicago White Sox and is the former CTO of the United Center (home of the Chicago Bulls and Chicago Blackhawks). He studied Electrical Engineering at the Illinois Institute of Technology, and currently serves on the boards of Qwilt and the Streaming Video Alliance, and on the technology committee of the National Academy of Television Arts and Science, “the Emmys.”
Deputy Chief Counsel
Angie Kang Park is the Deputy Chief Counsel of Hulu, where she oversees the company’s legal and business affairs matters. Since starting at Hulu about a decade ago, Angie has led numerous high profile deals and initiatives that have grown Hulu’s content library to include some of the most in-demand, premium content in the market.
Before Hulu, Angie was an Associate at Latham & Watkins, where she was responsible for mergers and acquisitions, public company representation and corporate finance transactions across a wide range of industries including technology, media and entertainment.
She holds a B.A. in Communication Studies and Policy Studies from UCLA and a J.D. from The University of California, Berkeley, School of Law.
Executive Vice President of Data
Jaya Kolhatkar is Executive Vice President of Data, overseeing customer intelligence and all data and analytics related efforts at Disney Streaming. In her role, she is responsible for elevating customer intelligence, implementing strong data governance and driving a culture of objective, data-driven decision making.
Prior to joining Hulu, Kolhatkar served as the SVP of Global Data and Analytics Platforms at WalmartLabs where she built data and analytic platforms that provided data and tools for making business decisions at Walmart Inc. Kolhatkar joined WalmartLabs in 2013 as part of the acquisition of predictive analytics firm, Inkiru, where she was the Chief Analytics Officer and co-founder.
Before WalmartLabs, Kolhatkar worked in analytics roles at PayPal, eBay and Amazon.
Kolhatkar holds a Master of Business Administration from Villanova University and is based in Los Angeles, CA.
Senior Vice President, Business Development and Operations
Annie Luo is Senior Vice President, Business Development and Operations, responsible for driving expansion efforts and relationships with partners and connecting business operations across the organization. Prior to joining Hulu, Annie worked at McKinsey & Company, where she was a founding member for their Consumer Tech & Media practice, leading operations and strategic alliances globally. She spent six years as the Head of Media, Entertainment, and Information practice at the World Economic Forum and held various roles across the top media brands including BBC Worldwide (Asia), CNBC, and Bloomberg Media Group. She holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Institut Européen d’Administration (INSEAD) and a Master of Arts degree in International Relations from Boston University. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children.
Karen Van Kirk
Senior Vice President, Viewer Experience, Disney Streaming
Karen Van Kirk is the Senior Vice President of Viewer Experience for Disney Streaming. In her role, Karen leads Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ customer support teams to deliver the best quality support for viewers. She is responsible for scaling support as our streaming customer base continues to soar, capturing customer feedback and ensuring that each touchpoint in a viewer’s journey is meaningful and impactful.
Previously, Karen had roles in Corporate Strategy, Product Management, Operations and Project Management with technology companies large and small over the course of her career. Prior to Disney Streaming and Hulu, Karen was the Director of Business Operations for the QuickBooks Payments business within Intuit. She has also been the Founder and Executive Director of a nonprofit organization and a small business owner. Karen holds a B.A. from U.C. Berkeley and an M.S. in Management from the M.I.T. Sloan School of Management