Bryan Goldberg is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Bustle Digital Group.
Prior to Bustle Digital Group, Bryan founded Bleacher Report, the nation's largest digital sports media company, which was acquired by Time Warner in 2012.
Bryan previously worked in Management Consulting and Finance and is a graduate of Middlebury College.
Deb Schwartz is the Chief Financial Officer.
Deb has experience both on Wall Street and in corporate environments; she was Vice President in investment research at Goldman Sachs covering the small and mid-cap e-commerce and online advertising stocks and she held various finance and operational roles at both Groupon and Google.
Deb has her MBA from Harvard University and a B.S./B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania.
Jason Wagenheim is the Chief Revenue Officer.
Jason oversees all partner strategy, marketing and advertising sales across platforms, as well as other high-impact bespoke programs for Bustle Digital Group's partners.
Prior to joining the Company, Jason was Senior Vice President, Brand Partnerships & Head of Revenue for Fusion, a Univision Company. He has more than 20 years of experience with some of the industry’s most celebrated brands, including senior sales leadership positions at Condé Nast Traveler, Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly and Teen Vogue. Jason started his digital media and marketing career as Maxim.com’s first Advertising Director.
Jason received both his B.A. in Advertising and M.A. in Media Arts from the University of South Carolina and lives in New York City.
Emma Rosenblum is the Editor-in-Chief, Lifestyle at BDG, overseeing content and strategy for Bustle, Elite Daily, Romper, NYLON, and The Zoe Report.
Prior to BDG, Emma served as the executive editor of ELLE, the No. 1 fashion magazine brand in the world, with 45 international editions. She joined ELLE from Bloomberg, where she was the editorial director of Bloomberg Pursuits. Previously, Rosenblum was was a senior editor at Bloomberg Businessweek, where she oversaw the back-of-book ETC section, and a senior editor at Glamour, where she covered pop culture, celebrities and relationships. She began her career at New York magazine.
Josh is the EVP, Editor-in-Chief of Culture & Innovation at BDG, overseeing content and strategy at Mic, The Outline, and Inverse.
Previously he was the founder of Independent Media, Chief Digital Content Officer at Bloomberg, the co-founder of The Verge and co-creator of Vox Media, and Editor-in-Chief of Engadget.
He hates schedules and likes beautiful things.
Tyler Love is the Chief Technology Officer.
At Bustle Digital Group, Tyler leads the 20-person product team, protects their time and focus, and facilitates their ideas. Tyler oversees a technical stack that serves billions of page views a month to 80 million unique visitors; this was built on his experience helping to scale Tumblr from 500 million to 15 billion monthly page views as well as tackling similar problems in the early years of Bleacher Report.
Tyler has worked at Tumblr, Paperless Post, 8tracks, and Bleacher Report.
Elizabeth Webbe Lunny is the Executive Vice President of Revenue. Here, she oversees advertising and brand partnerships for the Company's Lifestyle and Culture & Innovation Groups.
Prior to joining BDG, Lunny served as the Vice President of Media and the Publisher of T Magazine for The New York Times. She has also worked as an Associate Publisher for WWD, an Advertising Director at Vogue, and an Executive Marketing and Sales Director of Condé Nast Media Group
Chris Altchek is the Executive Vice President, Corporate Development.
Before starting in this role, Chris co-founded Mic in 2011, which was later acquired by Bustle Digital Group in 2018. Altchek previously worked at Goldman Sachs and the White House. He was named to the 2017 Crain’s 40 Under 40 list, 2014 Forbes’s 30 Under 30 list and is a graduate of Harvard University.
Dave Nemetz is the EVP, General Manager of Culture & Innovation.
Dave oversees the business and growth strategy for BDG's collection of Culture & Innovation brands. He was the founder and CEO of Inverse, which was acquired by BDG in 2019.
Prior to Inverse, Dave founded Bleacher Report, the premiere digital sports media company, which was acquired by Warner Media's Turner Sports in 2012.
Trisha Dearborn is the Senior Vice President of Human Resources.
Under Trisha’s guidance, Bustle Digital Group attracts and develops the best talent in the digital media industry. She leads the efforts for talent management and recruitment, while developing strategic HR plans and policies to support organizational effectiveness.
Prior to Bustle Digital Group, Dearborn was the Director of Human Resources at AOL. She previously worked at Time Warner Cable Media and Merrill Lynch.
She is a graduate of Loyola University in Maryland and holds an M.A. in Human Resources Development from New York University.
Kai Hsing is the Executive Vice President of Marketing and Operations.
Before joining Bustle Digital Group, Kai worked at Electus/IAC where he served as Senior Vice President of Media Operations and Strategy. Previously, he worked at Heavy, Digitas, and Telcordia Technologies.
Kai is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University and holds an M.S. from Columbia University.
Kimberly Bernhardt is Senior Vice President of Communications. In her role, she is responsible for the company’s communications and positioning strategies, media relations and internal communications.
Prior, Kimberly served as Executive Director of Communications & Strategic Partnerships at Glamour, Condé Nast where she had oversight of PR, special projects, events and editorial partnerships. Previously, she was executive vice president at Edelman on the Global and U.S. Unilever business, providing a spectrum of communications on brands including Dove, Suave and Axe. During her career, she has held senior positions at leading PR agencies in London and New York, developing and executing campaigns on behalf of some of the world’s most iconic brands, including Amazon, American Express, Tribeca Film Festival and Lionsgate.
Kate Robinson is the Senior Vice President, Content Distribution & Partnerships.
At Bustle Digital Group, Kate leads content distribution and strategic partnerships across all of the group’s brands. Additionally, Kate's team is responsible for editorial video strategy and branded video development.
Previously, she was Vice President of Business Development at Viacom, charged with accelerating partnerships to evolve Viacom’s social, digital and mobile arenas, supported by its data-driven Ad Sales solutions.
Emily DeSear is the Senior Vice President of Creative.
Emily leads a 40+ person creative team comprised of marketing, design, branded content and production. This team ideates and executes all custom partner programs across the portfolio in addition to all design and custom photography for the editorial brands.
Previously, Emily was the Creative and Content lead at The Foundry at Time Inc., where she was in charge of all branded content and design for the fashion and beauty verticals. She has over 20 years of experience in marketing, branded content and design from leading publications such as InStyle, Gourmet, GQ, Teen Vogue and TheKnot.com.
Emily studied design at Rhode Island School of Design and holds a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York.
Meghan Muntean is the Senior Vice President of Commerce & Revenue Development.
Meghan founded the Commerce team in 2016, and it has quickly grown to be one of the leading affiliate marketing teams in the industry. Meghan oversees the Commerce team's strategy, editorial content, and marketing across all of BDG’s publications.
Prior to joining Bustle, Meghan was the founder of the award-winning startup ChickRx, an online platform connecting women with doctors and health experts to make is easier for women to receive health advice. Meghan began her career on Wall Street, where she was an analyst at Lehman Brothers and an Assistant Vice President at Barclays Wealth.
Meghan graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University with an A.B. degree in History.
Amanda Chan is the Director of Content Strategy for Bustle Digital Group's lifestyle brands, which include Bustle, Elite Daily, NYLON, Romper, and The Zoe Report.
Previously, she was the Managing Editor of Bustle, the destination website for millennial women for fashion, beauty, entertainment, books, food, health and wellness, relationships, politics, and more. Prior to joining Bustle Digital Group, Amanda was Digital Deputy Editor at Teen Vogue, where she oversaw content and day-to-day operations of TeenVogue.com. She was also previously the Deputy Editor of Yahoo Health, the Managing Editor of Healthy Living at HuffPost, and a staff writer at MyHealthNewsDaily (now LiveScience Health).
Amanda received her M.S. in Journalism from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism and her B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communication from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.