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Scott graduated with honors from Stanford University and earned an MBA degree from Harvard University.
During his banking career, he was a managing director of Credit Suisse First Boston, Bank of America, and Oppenheimer & Co.
After the sale, Dan became Chief Financial Officer of USADATA, a Saa S provider of marketing leads, and was part of the management team that affected a leveraged buy-out of the company during a period of rapid growth.
Before joining Chicken Soup for the Soul, Dan was Chief Financial Officer of Certpoint Systems, which provides e-learning software and services to Fortune 2000 companies.
Amy is credited with revitalizing the Chicken Soup for the Soul brand, which has been a publishing industry phenomenon since the first book came out in 1993.
By compiling inspirational and aspirational true stories curated from ordinary people who have had extraordinary experiences, Amy has kept the twenty-five-year-old Chicken Soup for the Soul brand fresh and relevant.
When Amy and her husband Bill, the CEO of Chicken Soup for the Soul, are not working, they are visiting their four grown children and one grandchild. Listen to her free daily podcast, The Chicken Soup for the Soul Podcast, at https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/ADL8610480111, or find it on i Tunes, the Podcasts app on i Phone, or on your favorite podcast app on other devices.
Scott is active on behalf of a number of charities focused on education. Dan has been a senior financial executive for over 30 years. Dan has managed three IPOs and has executed a number of mergers and acquisitions.
Today he is Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Chicken Soup for the Soul. As Chief Financial Officer of White Amber, a provider of human capital management solutions, Dan oversaw a five-times increase in revenues and managed the sale of the company to Taleo (then called Recruitsoft).
Bill has been a leader in the media, entertainment and communications industries for more than 35 years. As a young entertainment and finance lawyer, Bill represented Blake Edwards and developed new film financing models that have become the industry standards.
Today Bill is Chief Executive Officer of Chicken Soup for the Soul and founder and chairman of the Humpty Dumpty Institute, Chicken Soup for the Soul’s charitable partner. In the 1980s, he founded and ran a merchant bank where he bought and sold media companies and other properties including Virgin Vision, a Virgin Group worldwide film distribution venture.