LeBron James and Maverick Carter’s entertainment and production company, SpringHill, has welcomed Geraldine Pamphile as an executive vice president, international. According to The Hollywood Reporter, SpringHill has added her to the team with the intention of introducing the company to international audiences.
“I have followed The SpringHill Company closely for the past few years, and I’m deeply inspired by what this talented team has built,” Pamphile said. “It’s a privilege to bring my experience and deep roster of relationships to help grow the company and break new ground in global territories.”
We are committed to unlocking meaningful opportunities to expand our global footprint and extend our mission of empowerment throughout the world,” he continued.
Pamphile, currently a Miami resident, received her MBA from the University of Hong Kong in a program offered by London Business School and Columbia Business School. She also received her master’s degree from Institut Supérieur de Commerce de Paris. She has also recently completed courses at Harvard Business School for the Business of Entertainment, Media and Sport executive education program.
As previously reported by BLACK ENTERPRISE, the SpringHill Company is a media venture created by James and business partner Carter.
“At SpringHill, our mission is empowerment, and [James’ project] UNINTERRUPTED was built to empower athletes as creators so they can create important and impactful content,” Carter said earlier this year. BE reported that the entertainment company is a community of athletes, artists, writers, designers, musicians, and countless other creators.
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Source: Black Enterprise