“I am truly honored to be joining the board of Private Redemption . The work that this foundation has been doing over the last decade has positively influenced the lives of countless numbers of individuals..."
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2016
The Los Angeles based 501 (c) (3), Private Redemption Foundation, an organization that responds to the needs of talented, motivated and capable individuals within the Jewish community – primarily women with children – that have experienced a life changing event bringing them to the brink of extreme financial and emotional vulnerability, has announced the addition of Eric S. Rollman, the President & CEO of Rollman Entertainment, Inc., to their Board. A spokesperson for the organization says, “Mr. Rollman’s role goes beyond loaning his name to the board’s roster. As Chief Strategy Officer, Mr. Rollman will be assuming a more active leadership role, which will involve every aspect of the organization’s future growth.”
Mr. Rollman is an industry leader known for his work connecting brands to kids and families through innovative, award-winning content creation. An expert in kids programming, he brings an impressive career background that spans several decades. Rollman Entertainment is currently enjoying its success with over 450 episodes produced, six series on-air, a recent Emmy win with multiple nominations and four movies produced in its first six years. Current projects include the 2013 Emmy nominated and 2015 Emmy winner for Outstanding Children’s Series, Sea Rescue (ABC), The 2014 and 2015 Emmy nominated, The Wildlife Docs (ABC), The 2012 Emmy nominated, NFL Rush Zone (Nick), International Emmy winner, The Jungle Bunch (Sprout!), while clients include The NFL, Capcom, SeaWorld, Lionsgate, Dentsu, and Activision.
Prior to launching his own company in 2010, Eric Rollman was President of Marvel Television, Animation and Distribution, responsible for development, financing, production, and worldwide distribution of television and direct to video content featuring Marvel’s enviable character portfolio. Before joining Marvel, Rollman was CEO of The Global Gaming League, a visionary company whose mission was to organize e-sports and manage the careers of the video game industry’s top players. For fifteen years he was a key executive for Haim Saban, spearheading production on thousands of hours of animated and live action kids programming for the Fox Kids Networks, Fox Family Channel and Saban International, most notably, The Power Rangers which to date, remains one of the top successes in the history of kids’ television.
Eric S. Rollman is a creator, producer, and seasoned executive, who brings a wealth of experience, deeply established relationships and commitment to giving back to the community. The Board and its founding member, Emanuel Bat Joshoua, who created Private Redemption over a decade ago, are excited to welcome Mr. Rollman to the Board.
“I am truly honored to be joining the board of Private Redemption. The work that this foundation has been doing over the last decade has positively influenced the lives of countless numbers of individuals," said Mr. Rollman. "I am looking forward to adding my support to further the scope of their work and the impact they have in turning lives around with dignity,” he added.
Private Redemption was launched over a decade ago, by Emanuel Bat Joshoua, Founder and President of the non-profit organization, with the help of a number of important business professionals including Rabbi Dudi Zilbershlag and Jeffrey Rohatiner. Since its introduction, the organization has played a significant role in the transformation of the Los Angeles Jewish Community. It has now expanded its reach to Israel where it continues its mission to care for women, children, the elderly and the infirm; individuals who are facing imminent eviction or who lack some of the basic necessities. Private Redemption has turned hopelessness and desperation into new beginnings for thousands. By providing programs and tools that empower those who find themselves broken financially and emotionally, the organization has helped them to become self-sufficient.
The Board is now looking to Mr. Rollman to inspire and direct Private Redemption to new milestones in the coming years. His involvement and expressed vision brings the promise of fresh ideas to reinvigorate the organization’s stated mission and to help raise the bar on the work done in response to the needs within the Jewish community. Whether it is addressing the issue of homelessness, poverty, joblessness or hunger, Board members are looking forward to Eric’s influence, his new approach, and his full involvement in helping them reach new heights.
(For more information on Private Redemption visit: http://www.privateredemption.org)
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ABOUT PRIVATE REDEMPTION
Since its founding in 2006, the Private Redemption Foundation, a 501 c3 non-profit organization, has assiduously worked to empower widows, orphans, single mothers, elderly, and the infirmed within the Jewish community. Talented, capable, motivated people – primarily women with children -- that have experienced a sudden, catastrophic or life-changing event bringing them to the brink of extreme financial and emotional vulnerability are provided with emergency assistance and long-term solutions, enabling them to re-establish stability and achieve personal, social, and financial wholeness and self-sufficiency.
Private Redemption Foundation operates primarily through the dedicated efforts of zealous private donors and devoted volunteers, and the wholehearted support of an outsourced team of committed professionals, in conjunction with other Jewish, charitable and governmental organizations, in both the US and in Israel.
ABOUT ROLLMAN ENTERTAINMENT
Rollman Entertainment is a Los Angeles based entertainment company that houses a full-service production studio, which when coupled with its strategic brand management expertise, transforms world-class brands into multi-faceted entertainment companies through the creation of original, cutting-edge content produced to engage and delight kids and families. Rollman Entertainment currently has 6 series on air in the US and has created and brought to market over 450 episodes of television and four films in just six years.