Brad Rowe lives the mantra of following passion and possibility in his life - personally and professionally.

A graduate of the University of Wisconsin’s School of Economics, Rowe followed the path of sales and eventually landed as a campaign finance manager on regional and national campaigns in Washington DC. 

Wanting to have a mark on the voice of media, he made the transition to Hollywood.  An actor in front of the camera for the last 15 years, he has starred in 25 films and 50 episodes of network television, not to mention the numerous TV movies and short films he has participated in and produced.

He has worked behind the camera as a documentary cameraman, in development as a TV and film writer, and in production as producer.  His latest series of filmed productions are biographical tributes to some of the great philanthropists and community activists in America and abroad for The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars as well as other clients.

Recently he and co-host / co-producer, Noam Dromi founded Internet radio show – Conversations with the world’s Most Interesting People.  Quickly capturing an international audience, they recently completed their 20th Episode. 

They are thrilled to contribute and mold their familiar but thought-provoking format into a special series with some of the Innovation and Humanity Delegates including a new product called “MIPtalk Minutes”, which will debut as a tool to promote the Summit.

For many years running, Rowe also commits time to teaching several classes a week to homeless and economically disadvantaged men and women looking to achieve self-sufficiency through employment at Los Angeles based Chrysalis.  His offerings are Relapse Prevention – as well as both Goal Setting and Stress Management in Spanish.  He has also served on and helped found the event committee for the organization’s wildly successful entertainment driven fundraiser, The Butterfly Ball.

Other volunteer and charity work include: co-founding a thriving local recycling program The Green Team, founding a kids-helping-kids charity event The Third Street Olympic Games, serving as Co-President of his child’s elementary school booster club, and coaching local soccer and baseball teams.  He lives in Los Angeles with his wife Lisa and son Hopper.
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