Madeline Di Nonno

 

Madeline Di Nonno is the Chief Executive Officer of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, the leading research based non-profit working within the entertainment and media industry to achieve gender equity in family media and entertainment. Di Nonno leads the Institute's strategic direction, advocacy, programs, research, financial and operational activities. Di Nonno brings a track record of successful executive leadership in the entertainment, non-profit, digital and consumer packaged goods industries. Di Nonno is an Executive Producer on the award winning children’s show Mission Unstoppable on CBS and the award winning feature film documentary This Changes Everything

Previously, Di Nonno served as President and CEO of On The Scene Productions, a leader in streaming content creation and distribution. Di Nonno lead the company’s new business development and streaming platforms for clients such as Nike, Gatorade, Iconix, and PepsiCo. 

Prior to On The Scene, Di Nonno served in executive positions for Anchor Bay Entertainment/Starz Media and Echo Bridge Home Entertainment where she led global brand marketing, franchise development, acquisitions, and digital media initiatives in North America, United Kingdom and Australia. 

 

Madeline Di Nonno is the Chief Executive Officer of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, the leading research based non-profit working within the entertainment and media industry to achieve gender equity in family media and entertainment. Di Nonno leads the Institute's strategic direction, advocacy, programs, research, financial and operational activities. Di Nonno brings a track record of successful executive leadership in the entertainment, non-profit, digital and consumer packaged goods industries. Di Nonno is an Executive Producer on the award winning children’s show Mission Unstoppable on CBS and the award winning feature film documentary This Changes Everything

Previously, Di Nonno served as President and CEO of On The Scene Productions, a leader in streaming content creation and distribution. Di Nonno lead the company’s new business development and streaming platforms for clients such as Nike, Gatorade, Iconix, and PepsiCo. 

Prior to On The Scene, Di Nonno served in executive positions for Anchor Bay Entertainment/Starz Media and Echo Bridge Home Entertainment where she led global brand marketing, franchise development, acquisitions, and digital media initiatives in North America, United Kingdom and Australia. 

As Executive Vice President and GM for formerly Nielsen EDI a leading research provider of theatrical distribution measurement and information, Di Nonno developed new digital product offerings, generated new business revenue and supervised client management for studio theatrical distribution and exhibition. 

Previously, Di Nonno served as Senior Vice President, Marketing Alliances and Digital media at the Hallmark Channel. Di Nonno launched the cable channel and established marketing, digital media, e-commerce, and corporate alliance initiatives. Di Nonno drove revenue-generating, integrated marketing programs with companies such as Johnson & Johnson, Fuji, Universal Pictures, Target, Sony Pictures, Chrysler, and Baskin Robbins. Di Nonno pioneered the Channel’s digital media platforms. 

Di Nonno served as an executive at Universal Studios Home Entertainment as Vice President, Strategic Marketing and launched the division’s DVD and digital media platforms. Di Nonno supervised marketing campaigns for theatrical, direct-to-video and library releases such as the Jurassic Park franchise, the Land Before Time Franchise and Universal Classic Monsters Franchise. 

Di Nonno’s career started at ABC Television Network in corporate publicity working on communications campaigns for mini-series, sports and daytime, including The Winds of War, The Thorn Birds and the 1984 Olympics. 

Di Nonno is frequent speaker at global conferences, corporations, governmental organizations and film festivals, such as AdWeek, Cannes Lion, Chatham House, CES, Kidscreen, London Film Festival, New Zealand Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival, The White House, The Department of State, UNESCO, and the United Nations. Di Nonno has been featured in global media outlets such as Adweek, Ad Age, Cosmo, Fast Company, FOX 11, Forbes, Glamour, The Guardian, MediaWeek, Huffington Post, Spectrum TV, The Hollywood Reporter, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Vanity Fair and Variety

Education 

Di Nonno holds a bachelor’s degree from Boston University. 

Board Affiliations 

Di Nonno serves as the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Television Academy Foundation; Board of Directors Promundo U.S., Population Media Center, and Friends of the Erben Organ. Di Nonno is on the Advisory Board for the Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts. Di Nonno was appointed Arts Commissioner by Supervisor Sheila Kuehl for the Los Angeles County Arts Department.

Updated 4.28.20

 

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2019 Casting Directors Nominee Reception
Madeline Di Nonno on the Red Carpet at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys.
2019 Writers Nominee Reception
Power of TV: Trans Visibility in Storytelling
Power of TV: Trans Visibility in Storytelling
2017 Performers Nominee Reception
2017 Directors Nominee Reception
Television Academy Foundation chair Madeline Di Nonno on the red carpet at the 2017 Creative Arts Emmys.
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2019 Casting Directors Nominee Reception
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Television Academy Foundation Chair Madeline Di Nonno and Television Academy Governor Judalina Neira at the 2019 Casting Directors Nominee Reception on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at 1 Hotel West Hollywood in West Hollywood, California.

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Madeline Di Nonno on the Red Carpet at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys.
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Madeline Di Nonno on the Red Carpet at the 2019 Creative Arts Emmys. 

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2019 Writers Nominee Reception
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Madeline Di Nonno and Kala Guess at the 2019 Writers Nominee Reception on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at the Television Academy in North Hollywood, California.

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Television Academy Foundation Chair Madeline Di Nonno and Television Academy SVP, Media and Brand Management Susan Spencer at “The Power of TV: Trans Visibility in Storytelling,” a Television Academy Foundation public event focused on representation of trans individuals in television and the pathways to increased visibility, at the Television Academy's Saban Media Center on Thursday, August 1, 2019 in North Hollywood, California.

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Television Academy Foundation Executive Director Jodi Delaney, Television Academy Foundation Chair Madeline Di Nonno, and Television Academy Foundation Chief Development Officer Karla Pita Loor at “The Power of TV: Trans Visibility in Storytelling,” a Television Academy Foundation event focused on representation of trans individuals in TV and the pathways to increased visibility, at the Television Academy's Saban Media Center on Thursday, August 1, 2019 in North Hollywood, California.

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Frank Scherma, Madeline Di Nonno, and Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington are seen at the 2017 Performers Nominee Reception, presented by the Television Academy at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, in Beverly Hills, California.

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Television Academy Chairman and CEO Hayma Washington, Madeline Di Nonno and Dave Woolridge are seen at the 2017 Emmy Awards' Directors Nominee Reception presented by The Television Academy at the Directors Guild of America on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

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Television Academy Foundation chair Madeline Di Nonno on the red carpet at the 2017 Creative Arts Emmys.
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Television Academy Foundation chair Madeline Di Nonno on the red carpet at the 2017 Creative Arts Emmys. 

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