Associate in the Office of the Chief Executive Officer at
Univision. From February 2014 to August 2015, Mr. McMillan
served as a Research Analyst at MSF Capital, a financial advisory
firm. From 2012 to 2014, Mr. McMillan attended Columbia
Business School, where he had a variety of internships, including
with the investment advisory firms FrontFour Capital Group, LLC and
Tyrian Investments, LP. From 2010 to 2012, Mr. McMillan worked
at Sterling Partners, a private equity firm. Prior to Sterling
Partners, Mr. McMillan worked at Goldman, Sachs &
Co., an investment banking firm. Mr. McMillan has an M.B.A.
from Columbia Business School and a B.S. from the Wharton School at
the University of Pennsylvania.
Camac believes that Mr. McMillan’s experience at a major
diversified media company, and his experience with corporate
financial planning and analysis, would be of substantial value to
Adam Pincus, age 55, is a senior executive with an extensive
background in podcast development, production, distribution, and
the exploitation of podcast IP, as well as a background in film and
television. Since February 2019, Mr. Pincus has served as
founder and Chief Executive Officer of Anbaric Audio, a podcast
studio/production company. From October 2018 to February 2019,
Mr. Pincus pursued formative steps to establish Anbaric Audio.
From May 2015 to September 2018, Mr. Pincus served as
Executive Vice President, Programming & Content at First
Look Media / Topic Studios. At First Look Media, Mr. Pincus
oversaw the establishment of the podcast division, and the launch
of numerous successful shows, including “Politically Reactive” with
Emmy winner W. Kamau Bell; “Intercepted,” the podcast for First
Look Media’s investigative journalism unit The Intercept, hosted by
award-winning journalist Jeremy Scahill; the #1 series “Missing
Richard Simmons” and its follow up, “Headlong”; and “Anthem”, an
original musical from John Cameron Mitchell (“Hedwig and the Angry
Inch”), which launched on Luminary in April 2019. Prior to his time
at First Look Media, Mr. Pincus ran the North American content
studio for WPP unit GroupM Entertainment, where he served as
Executive Vice President, Programming and Production from September
2013 to April 2015. From January 2008 to August 2013,
Mr. Pincus was an executive at MediaCom, where he served as
Senior Partner, Director/Branded Entertainment, from January 2010
to August 2013, and Head of Content, MediaCom Beyond Advertising
from January 2008 to December 2009. From 1998 to 2005,
Mr. Pincus served as Senior Vice President, Original
Programming, On-Air and New
Media at Sundance Channel and was part of the operating committee.
Mr. Pincus received a B.A. from Columbia University.
Camac believes that Mr. Pincus’ experiences with the
podcasting industry and the entertainment industry more generally
would be of substantial value to the Board.
Bradley M. Tirpak, age 49, is a successful investor focused
on small-cap stocks. Since
September 2016, he has been a managing director at Palm Active
Partners LLC. From 2009 to 2016, Mr. Tirpak was founder and
Chief Executive Officer of Locke Partners and managed various
investment partnerships that focused on engaging public companies
to improve corporate governance and improve stockholder returns.
Earlier in his career, he worked for Credit Suisse First Boston,
Caxton Associates, Sigma Capital Management and Chilton Investment
Company. Mr. Tirpak is the Chairman of the Board of Full House
Resorts, Inc., a casino developer and operator, and has been a
director since December 2014, was a director of Flowgroup plc, an
independent energy supplier in the UK, from July 2017 until October
2018, and was a director of Birner Dental Management Services,
Inc., a manager of dental practices in Colorado, Arizona and New
Mexico, from December 2017 to January 2019. From April 2015 to
February 2017, he was a director of Applied Minerals, Inc., a
leading producer of halloysite clay and advanced natural iron oxide
solutions, and from January 2010 to February 2012, he was a
director of USA Technologies, Inc., a payments company focused on
the vending industry. Mr. Tirpak is a trustee of the HALO
Trust USA, the world’s largest humanitarian mine clearance
organization which clears the debris of war in over 20 countries.
Mr. Tirpak received a B.S. from Tufts University and an M.B.A
from Georgetown University.
Camac believes that Mr. Tirpak’s experience in evaluating
corporate activities and opportunities, as well has his experience
with corporate governance and investments, would be of substantial
value to the Board.