About the Show
On this CEO Exclusive we talk to Andrew Greenberg with the Georgia Game Developers Association / Dekalb Entertainment Commission and Mitch Leff with Leff & Associates about the entertainment and gaming industry.
About our Guests
Andrew Greenberg, Executive Director of the Georgia Game Developers Association, has been making his living as a game developer since 1990. Best known for designing computer games and roleplaying games, Andrew is lead developer on the upcoming Fading Suns: Noble Armada PC game. Andrew co-created the “Fading Suns” roleplaying and computer games and was the original developer of White Wolf’s “Vampire: The Masquerade.” He has credits on more than 50 White Wolf products and more than 20 HDI books.
Andrew has also worked on products with other roleplaying game companies, including “Star Trek Next Generation” and “Deep Space Nine.” His computer game credits include Dracula Unleashed, Star Trek: Starfleet Academy, Emperor of the Fading Suns, Warhammer 40K: Final Liberation, Merchant Prince II, Mall Tycoon, Dungeon Crawlers, Dungeon Lords, The Virtual World of Kaneva, Railroad Tycoon Mobile and the Global Agenda MMO.
A fellow with the Mythic Imagination Institute, Andrew is the organizer of the Southeast Interactive Entertainment and Games Expo (SIEGE). He also serves on the Georgia Film, Music and Digital Entertainment Commission.
Mitch Leff, Founder and President of Leff & Associates, is a 30-year Atlanta public relations veteran. He is recognized as one of city’s strongest and most effective media relations specialists. Over his career, he has provided public relations services for some of the world’s most prestigious brands, including Boys & Girls Clubs of America, The Coca-Cola Company, AOL Time Warner, the National Football League and UPS.
His expertise spans business to business, consumer products, sports marketing, special event marketing, education, healthcare, technology and telecom.
The agency regularly secures media coverage for clients in local and national media outlets, from CNN, USA Today, and the Associated Press, to local media such as the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, GPB and the Atlanta Business Chronicle to industry trade publications and local markets around the country.