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Stefanie Henning - General Manager, The Berklee Music Network

Stefanie Henning serves as the General Manager for The Berklee Music Network, Berklee’s exclusive social network and career development platform for Berklee–trained and affiliated musicians and music industry professionals. Prior to her role at the Network, Stefanie was Chief Marketing Officer for Berkleemusic.com, leading marketing, business development and product development for Berklee’s award-winning continuing education division.
Before joining Berkleemusic, Stefanie lived in Los Angeles and was senior vice president, global marketing and new media for Fox Television Studios, a division of News Corporation, spearheading the development of web and mobile series, sponsorship deals, and marketing strategies to build audiences for original brands, as well as shows that include Burn Notice (USA), Saving Grace (TNT), The Shield (FX), Girls Next Door (E!) and The Riches (FX).

Stefanie has consulted to various mobile companies, including Atlas Mobile and Amp’d Mobile, and was vice president of business development for Universal Music Group (UMG), spearheading the launch of the label’s digital music business. Before joining UMG, she was recruited by Macromedia (now Adobe) to launch Shockwave.com. As vice president of acquisitions, Stefanie oversaw the acquisition and development of games, music, and story-based content, introducing the breakthrough technology to the entertainment community, including creative pioneers such as Madonna, David Lynch and Matt Stone and Trey Parker.

Stefanie forged new ground in 1994, when she co-founded the New Media Division of International Creative Management (ICM), integrating for the first time innovative new media strategies with the agency’s corporate and entertainment clients.

Stefanie has been featured in many articles relating to the merging of technology and entertainment for publications that include The Hollywood Reporter, Variety and Fast Company.  Originally from New York, Stefanie received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland.