Mike Hopkins

Chief Executive Officer

Mike Hopkins is Chief Executive Officer of Hulu. Mike is a media veteran who brings more than 20 years of video experience to Hulu and has an accomplished track record of both building innovative television products and negotiating landmark distribution agreements. While President of Distribution for Fox Networks, he oversaw Fox Networks broadcast distribution, and the strategy, sales and marketing for Fox's 45 linear and non-linear U.S. cable networks. His team also developed many of the television industry's leading authenticated and digital video products, including BTN2Go, FXNOW, FOX Sports Go, and FOX NOW. Hopkins served as a member of the Hulu board for over two years prior to being named CEO. He has also served on the boards of the National Geographic Channel and the Big Ten Network. Hopkins previously spent time at both The Weather Channel and Harte Hanks. Hopkins graduated with an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management and a Bachelor's from California State University, Long Beach.

Tim Connolly

Senior Vice President, Head of Distribution

Tim Connolly is the Senior Vice President, Head of Distribution and Partnerships for Hulu where he is responsible for driving subscriber and audience growth by working with partners. His team manages relationships with device manufacturers like Apple, Roku and Google, multichannel video programming distributors (MVPDs) like Cablevision, and other industry players including American Express. Most recently, Connolly managed digital distribution and new product development for the Disney and ESPN TV networks. Prior to Disney and ESPN, Connolly served in various product management and business development roles at Ericsson working on mobile applications, networks and professional services. Connolly received an MBA and Masters of Public Policy from the University of Maryland, as well as BA from Wesleyan University.

Craig Erwich

Senior Vice President, Head of Content

Craig Erwich is Senior Vice President, Head of Content, at Hulu. Erwich was most recently the EVP of Warner Horizon Television (WHTV), a division of Warner Bros. Television Group, where he oversaw development, production and business operations for the past seven years. As EVP of WHTV, Erwich specialized in the creation of scripted series for the cable marketplace, and unscripted series for broadcast networks and cable including "Rizzoli & Isles" and "Dallas" for TNT, "Pretty Little Liars" and "Ravenswood" for ABC Family and "Longmire" for A&E, as well as comedies "Ground Floor" and "Sullivan & Son" for TBS. Unscripted/reality fare titles he was involved in creating include "The Voice" for NBC. Erwich also oversaw the production "The Bachelor" franchise. Prior to joining WHTV, Erwich worked at FOX Broadcasting Company for 12 years, rising to EVP Programming, where he was instrumental in the development of hit series such as "24," "House," "Prison Break" and Warner Bros. Television's "The O.C." Erwich also serves on the Board of the National Campaign for the Prevention of Teen Pregnancy.

Chadwick Ho

Senior Vice President and General Counsel

Chadwick Ho is Senior Vice President and General Counsel of Hulu responsible for all aspects of the company's business, legal and government affairs, including corporate governance and operations, business transactions, intellectual property, litigation and regulatory matters. Chad also serves as Corporate Secretary to Hulu's Board of Directors. He has more than 15 years of experience advising media and technology companies. Prior to joining Hulu, Chad served as Vice President and Deputy General Counsel of MySpace, and Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs for Fox Interactive Media after it acquired MySpace. Before that, Chad served as Senior Counsel of ABC Studios where he negotiated development, production and distribution deals. He began his career in private practice at Latham & Watkins and O'Melveny & Myers after clerking for the U.S. Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit. Chad received a BA in Psychology with distinction from Stanford University and a JD with honors from Harvard Law School.

Tian Lim

Chief Technology Officer

Tian Lim is Chief Technology Officer of Hulu. Tian was most recently Senior Vice President, Product Engineering, at Sony Network Entertainment International (SNEI) where he was responsible for overseeing all North American engineering and operations, including client and service engineering for the PlayStation Store on PS3 and PS4, as well as many of the network features of the PS4. Prior to joining the company he worked at Microsoft XBOX for eight years, where he was Director of Development, Microsoft Xbox LIVE & Platform and oversaw all development for the Xbox LIVE service and Xbox 360 operating system, Kinect, dashboard, marketplace and developer SDK. Prior to that, he worked at Nintendo Technology Development, Inc., as a software engineer where he helped deliver the Nintendo GameCube. Mr. Lim holds a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics & Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University and a Master's degree in Science and Engineering from University of Washington.

Jim O'Gorman

Senior Vice President of Talent & Organization

Jim O'Gorman is Senior Vice President, Talent & Organization at Hulu. He joined Hulu in 2013, bringing more than 20 years of professional experience in human resources and organizational development in high-growth organizations. At Hulu, he leads all aspects of Hulu Resources including talent management, recruiting, internal communications and facilities. Jim spent 10 years at Tele Atlas where he served in a variety of leadership roles to grow the organization from start-up to over 3,000 employees in 26 countries and help change the way consumers interact with maps. Prior to joining Hulu, he served as California's Director of Operations for the successful Obama-Biden 2012 presidential campaign. Jim received a BA in communications from Gannon University in Erie, PA and received his MBA from Northeastern University in Boston.

Peter Naylor

Senior Vice President, Sales

Peter Naylor is the SVP of Advertising Sales at Hulu where he oversees the company's advertising sales and sales operations functions. Prior to Hulu, Naylor was an EVP of Digital Media Sales for NBCUniversal (NBCU) where, during his tenure, he ran digital advertising sales for NBCU's entertainment, news and sports digital properties. Prior to his time at NBCU, Naylor served as the SVP of Sales for the iVillage Properties, which was acquired by NBCU in May 2006. Before joining iVillage, he served as VP of Sales for Terra Lycos. He started his internet sales career at Wired Digital. In the advertising community, Naylor served as the Chairman of the Board of the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) in 2012 and sat on the board for over ten years. Naylor also served as Treasurer for the Online Publishers' Association from 2010 to 2013 and sat on the board for over ten years. Naylor is the recipient of the 2015 ASPY Industry Luminary Award and the 2014 ad: tech Industry Achievement award. Currently, Naylor is the founding chairman for the IAB's Video Center of Excellence.

Elaine Paul

Chief Financial Officer

Elaine Paul is the Chief Financial Officer, Strategy & Business Development. Prior to joining Hulu, Elaine served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy at the Walt Disney Company where she led various acquisitions, new business initiatives, and strategic investments, including Disney's original investment in Hulu in 2009. In addition to her tenure in Corporate Strategy, she previously served as Vice President, Business Development for the Walt Disney Internet Group where she led a team responsible for developing strategic partnerships and worked to enhance and monetize the online assets of the company. Elaine also worked on various M&A, strategy, and growth initiatives, including Disney's investment in Hulu and the merger of Disney-owned joint ventures A&E and Lifetime. Prior to her time at Disney, Elaine worked as an Associate at McKinsey & Company and a Financial Analyst at Morgan Stanley & Company. Elaine holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and a degree in Economics from Stanford University.

Ben Smith

SVP, Head of Experience

Ben Smith is Senior Vice President, Head of Experience at Hulu. He is responsible for the end to end viewer experience and customer journey on Hulu - from product design to customer service. Ben’s passion is making it as easy as possible for all people to enjoy the content they love and has been at the leading edge of reimagining the home entertainment experience for the last 10 years. Prior to joining Hulu, Ben headed Product Management at Sonos where he led the global expansion of music services and their evolution of the home music experience. As a Partner at Microsoft, Ben led product design for Xbox for nearly a decade, broadening the gaming experience with Kinect, pioneering streaming video and living room UI on Xbox 360, and designing the TV and video experience for Xbox One. Ben and the teams he led at Xbox were awarded an Emmy for Innovation in Entertainment Devices in 2014. Before starting his career, Ben served as a Peace Corps Volunteer after graduating from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Jenny Wall

Senior Vice President, Head of Marketing

Jenny Wall is SVP, Head of Marketing, at Hulu. She is responsible for marketing strategy and implementation across the Hulu brand, overseeing all acquisition and retention initiatives, as well as PR, Events, Content, Research, and Creative. Since joining Hulu in 2014, Jenny launched the marketing efforts for Hulu’s new slate of original programming including The Path, 11.22.63, The Mindy Project, Difficult People and the Golden Globe-nominated series, Casual. She also spearheaded marketing campaigns for Hulu’s new commercial-free offering, as well as the streaming debut of one of the biggest series of all time, Seinfeld. Jenny has refocused Hulu’s marketing efforts to significantly raise brand awareness and drive subscriber growth through recent campaigns including, “In the Know.” Her efforts at Hulu landed her on Ad Age’s 2015 Women to Watch list. Prior to joining Hulu, Jenny led the global creative team at Netflix and led the brand campaigns and launch campaigns for the Original Series House of Cards, Orange is the New Black, and Arrested Development. Before that, Jenny spent three years as Chief Marketing Officer of the entertainment agency BLT Communications creating 360° campaigns for television, films, and brands. Prior to that, Jenny ran the Interactive Division at Crew Creative, spending her last year there as President of the agency, overseeing the Print, AV and Digital divisions. Jenny’s entertainment career began at HBO in 1995 in New York where she was part of the team that created the landmark “It’s not TV. It’s HBO.” campaign. She began her career at DDB Needham after graduating from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. Jenny is an active member of the marketing community and serves on the Board of Directors for PromaxBDA and is a jury chair for the CLIO Key Art Awards.