Wendy Aylsworth

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Wendy Aylsworth

Wendy Aylsworth

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Wendy Aylsworth is CEO of Walden Pond, providing entertainment technology consulting and strategic board guidance for entities focused on emerging ecosystems and nascent technologies. Her entertainment career has spanned 30+ years at Warner Bros. and Disney transitioning older technologies to more efficient digital processes.

Wendy Aylsworth is CEO of Walden Pond, providing entertainment technology consulting and strategic board guidance for entities focused on emerging ecosystems and nascent technologies. Her entertainment career has spanned 30+ years at Warner Bros. and Disney transitioning older technologies to more efficient digital processes.

Wendy has been involved in outside organizations to share knowledge, and grow the next generation of entertainment professionals; participating in many non-profit boards; currently acting as Secretary of the Board of the Hollywood Professional Association, and as President Emeritus of the USC Entertainment Technology Center (ETC).

Wendy is a frequent speaker and moderator at key industry conferences. In recognition of her accomplishments, Wendy has been honored with many awards, including the Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the Bob Lambert Technology Leadership Award from the USC ETC, the Ken Mason InterSociety Award for lifetime achievement, the Progress Medal from the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), and is a Lifetime SMPTE Fellow.

Wendy enjoys watching her four wonderful grandchildren weekly and has made a hobby of glass fusing. She holds a BS from the University of Michigan and an MS/MBA (Beta Gamma Sigma) from USC.

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Television Academy Science & Technology peer group governors Barry Zegel and Wendy Aylsworth with Academy chairman and CEO Frank Scherma

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Television Academy Science & Technology governor Wendy Aylsworth, Academy chairman and CEO Frank Scherma, Science & Technology governor Barry Zegel, Special Visual Effects governor Derek Spears and Special Visual Effects governor Eddie Bonin

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Bob Bronow (left) and Wendy Aylsworth at the reception preceding the 73rd Engineering Emmy Awards.

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Television Academy Engineering Committee members Wendy Aylsworth, left, and Barry Zegel speak at the 73rd Engineering Emmy Awards.

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Wendy Lynn Aylsworth, CEO of Walden Pond and President of UltraViolet, accepts The Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2018 Engineering Emmy Awards

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Kirsten Vangsness, center, and Wendy Lynn Aylsworth, recipient of The Charles F. Jenkins Lifetime Achievement Award, poses with her family at the 2018 Engineering Emmy Awards.

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