Jamie Denenberg - Advisory Council

Jamie Denenberg

Executive Producer and Chief Strategy Officer
Alpine Labs

As Executive Producer and Chief Strategy Officer of multi-media production company Alpine Labs, Jamie Denenberg is tasked with identifying new projects, engaging partnerships to package development projects, as well as leading the sales efforts of each property to network and studio buyers. Denenberg has produced and sold narrative feature films, feature documentaries, scripted and unscripted television series to studios and streamers alike. 

Prior to forming Alpine Labs, Denenberg launched SA Entertainment (SAE), a full service entertainment marketing company, in conjunction with Mister Cartoon’s SA Studios Global. Capitalizing on authentic relationships across music, sports, culture and art, SAE proved they could consistently deliver targeted and effective marketing strategies for this ever elusive demographic.

Prior to launching SAE, Denenberg led the creative content division at Beverly Hills-based Relativity Media as well as Overture Films, working closely with the media and marketing teams to design and implement effective and innovative marketing plans for the release of a wide array of feature films.

Before joining Overture and Relativity Media, Denenberg demonstrated her command of marketing strategies during a successful tenure at Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, where she was responsible for helping to plan the studio’s worldwide DVD releases. Her initiatives drove profitable releases in 37 major territories and was also a key decision-maker in the acquisition of product for international distribution. 

Before embarking on her entertainment industry career, Denenberg served as finance director for Senator John Kerry (D-MA) during his presidential campaign. Working in that capacity, she led efforts to raise $3 million in three months and approximately $38 million overall, a political fundraising record at the time.

Denenberg earned a Master’s degree in international affairs and business from the London School of Economics as well as a Master’s in broadcast journalism from the University of Southern California and a B.A. in International Relations from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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