- Chief Creative Officer |
- President & Chief Operating Officer |
- Chief Financial Officer |
- Chief Marketing Officer |
- President, Feature Film Production |
- President, New Media Division |
- Head, Animation |
- President, Animation |
- President, Skydance Television |
- Head, Skydance Interactive |
- Head of Content, Interactive |
- President, Skydance Sports |
- EVP, Global Human Resources |
- President, Global Business & Legal Affairs |
- General Counsel |
As Chief Creative Officer of Skydance, Dana Goldberg helps to set and execute the Company's overall creative vision across its feature film, television and animation units. She oversees Skydance’s current feature film slate which includes Top Gun: Maverick, The Adam Project, The Greatest Beer Run Ever, Ghosted, Heart of Stone, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts and the upcoming seventh and eighth installments of the critically acclaimed Mission: Impossible series. Dana also helps to oversee Skydance’s animated slate including the films Luck and Spellbound. In addition to feature films, Dana has creative oversight of Skydance Television’s slate of original series which includes several Emmy-nominated series such as Grace and Frankie and Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan as well as Foundation, Reacher, Condor, The Big Door Prize and an Untitled Project starring Arnold Schwarzenegger across a range of platforms including Netflix, Amazon Prime and Apple TV+. Dana joined Skydance in 2010 as President of Production, and was responsible for the entire film slate, which has included The Tomorrow War, The Old Guard, Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse, 6 Underground, Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Rogue Nation and Ghost Protocol, Star Trek Into Darkness and Star Trek Beyond, the Jack Reacher films, Terminator: Dark Fate, Gemini Man, World War Z, G.I. Joe: Retaliation and True Grit. Prior to joining Skydance, Dana served as President of Production at Village Roadshow Pictures where she oversaw and served as executive producer on many of the studio’s blockbuster and award-winning films including, I Am Legend and Happy Feet. Before Village Roadshow, Dana served as Vice President of Production at Baltimore/Spring Creek Pictures. She has been a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences since 2007 and is a member of the Producers Guild of America and the Television Academy. Dana holds a B.A. degree from the University of Missouri.
As Chief Marketing Officer of Skydance Media, Rebecca Mall oversees all aspects of the company’s strategic marketing efforts across its streaming, theatrical, series, animation, interactive and new media divisions. Prior to joining Skydance, Rebecca served as a Senior Marketing Executive at WME where she was responsible for advocating and advising clients on marketing strategy including distribution, creative, media, digital and overall strategy. She previously, served as Co-President of Domestic Marketing at Paramount Pictures, overseeing digital, media, brand strategy and public relations. Rebecca was instrumental in the marketing of films such as Arrival, Daddy’s Home 2, Book Club, A Quiet Place, What Men Want, Bumblebee and Mission: Impossible. She focused on creating a sustainable and future proof data strategy that helped inform key marketing decisions and improve the efficacy of all media. Before her time at Paramount, Rebecca spent six years at Google/YouTube, where she worked on the company’s digital partnerships with film studios and TV networks. She served as Head of Industry for the entertainment group and helped studios build their digital marketing strategy. She is the recipient of the Google Gold Award, a recognition earned by only the top 2% of Google employees. Rebecca holds an MBA from UCLA Anderson, where she focused on entertainment marketing while working at Universal Studios in Category Management. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa and with honors from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Prior to business school, she spent six years in TV development and production at networks such as ABC, NBC and the NBC Cable networks.
As President of the Feature Film Division at Skydance, Don Granger is responsible for overseeing the development and production of the company’s robust feature film slate, including Top Gun: Maverick, The Adam Project, The Greatest Beer Run Ever, Ghosted, Heart of Stone, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts and the upcoming seventh and eighth installments of the critically acclaimed Mission: Impossible series. Don has more than 30 years of experience in shepherding tentpole films, serving as producer on past Skydance releases including The Tomorrow War, Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse, The Old Guard, 6 Underground, Mission: Impossible – Fallout, Terminator: Dark Fate, Jack Reacher and Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. In addition, Don also served as executive producer on the commercially and critically acclaimed Reacher television series, which premiered in 2022. Prior to joining Skydance, Don served as President of Motion Picture Production at United Artists, where he ran the day-to-day development and production operations for five years. Before that, he oversaw production, development and operations at C/W Productions as a senior executive, where he helped bring War of the Worlds, Mission: Impossible III and Elizabethtown to the big screen. He also served as Producer on Ask the Dust and The Eye and as Executive Producer on Death Race. Prior to C/W, he served as Executive Vice President of Motion Picture Production at Paramount Pictures, where he was responsible for supervising such franchises as Mission: Impossible, Star Trek, Tomb Raider and the Jack Ryan films, as well as Patriot Games, Clear and Present Danger, Sum of All Fears, Varsity Blues, The Saint, Kiss the Girls, Along Came a Spider and the Academy Award-winning Saving Private Ryan, among others. Before his time at Paramount, Don served as a creative executive and producer at the Mutual Film Company, The Weintraub Entertainment Group and Touchstone Pictures. Don is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Producers Guild. He holds a B.A. from Yale University and resides in Southern California with his family.
As President, Skydance Animation, Holly Edwards sets the overall business and production strategy across all animated titles. Holly is in charge of overseeing global teams dedicated to producing a bold and original slate of animated films and television series. The first slated feature animation film, Luck, is set for 2022.
Holly is an animation veteran with more than 20 years of experience producing feature films and television. Prior to her time at Skydance, she joined DreamWorks Animation in 2002 where Holly fostered the studio’s success in both production and executive roles, managing films across three intercontinental locations. As a studio executive, Holly managed resource complexity across the entire studio’s production slate, including the animated blockbusters Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, Monsters vs Aliens and How to Train Your Dragon. Her production contributions include co-producer, Trolls; unit producer, Penguins of Madagascar; associate producer, Mr. Peabody and Sherman, Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted and Megamind.
Prior to joining the DreamWorks Animation team, Holly produced animated and live-action projects for television and digital platforms as the studio producer for Curious Pictures West and as a producer for Wild Brain and Colossal Pictures.She is a member of both the Producers Guild of America and ASIFA Hollywood and holds a BA in Media Communications from Webster University in St. Louis.
As President, Skydance Television, Bill Bost is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Television department and the studio’s expansive slate of premium series including Grace and Frankie, Reacher, Foundation, Condor, Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, The Big Door Prize, and an Untitled Project starring Arnold Schwarzenegger across a range of platforms. A studio veteran, Bill most recently served as Senior Vice President of Television, where he was responsible for overseeing the Emmy-nominated Netflix series Grace and Frankie, starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin (which is set to become the streamers longest running series with the final season). In addition, he oversaw the epic drama series Foundation based on the internationally revered and award-winning Isaac Asimov novel series starring Jared Harris and Lee Pace for Apple TV+ as well as the Emmy-nominated Altered Carbon. Bill was also responsible for supervising multiple shows in development. Before rising through the Skydance ranks as a television development executive, Bill began his career at the company as the executive assistant to CEO and Founder David Ellison, with whom he worked closely on award-winning films including Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, Jack Reacher, G.I. Joe: Retaliation and World War Z. Prior to Skydance, he worked with producer Debra Martin Chase at Disney and curated a collection of documentaries for The Documentary Channel/Pivot. Bill began his entertainment career at Ivan Reitman's The Montecito Company. Bill is a member of the Television Academy and the Paley Media Council.