Michaline is Co-CEO of InventTV. She began her career producing live storytelling events and then transitioned into the documentary world where her films garnered awards at festivals worldwide, including Sundance Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival, AFI and Outfest to name a few. Prior to forming InventTV, Babich ran MikeTV which developed projects for major cable outlets and consulted on projects such as Southern Charm, The Jacksons: Next Generation, Courtney Loves Dallas and Chef Academy. Earlier in her career Michaline was an Executive Producer and Showrunner on projects such as Million Dollar Listing, The Rachel Zoe Project, Nanny 911, Faking It, Things I Hate About You and Miss Advised. In 2016 she started a Creative Accelerator that focuses on female film and television writers.
Sergio is Co-CEO of InventTV. In his 20 years of experience in television, companies that Sergio has overseen in the capacity of EIC and then President/CEO, have produced series and specials such as LA Ink, The Rachel Zoe Project, Swamp People, BBQ Pitmasters, Guitar Center Sessions, The Alma Awards and The Wayne Brady Show. His clear understanding of Live Events and Award Shows comes from having worked at Ken Ehrlich Productions for over 10 years on projects such as The Emmy Awards, Opening of The Superdome after Katrina with U2 and Green Day, Eagles Farewell tour, AMA’s, Elton John Live and Fashion Rocks to name a few. Alfaro is also on the board of Voto Latino and The Alfaro Do Good Foundation. He believes in the importance of giving back and guiding others along the way, both in life and in business.
Jeffrey is Co-Chair of InventTV. In 2008, Jeffrey Soros founded Considered Entertainment. Considered’s first production, the documentary A Small Act debuted at Sundance, was shown theatrically, and on HBO, nominated for an Emmy, awarded the Humanitas Prize, and raised nearly one million dollars for the scholarship fund depicted in the film. Soros also produced Rules Don’t Apply, written and directed by Warren Beatty, and the forthcoming Basmati Blues, a romantic comedy musical shot in India with Brie Larson and Donald Sutherland. Since 2014, Mr. Soros has been Co-CEO of the Los Angeles Media Fund (LAMF), a full-service production and finance company. Mr. Soros is the President of the Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, President Emeritus of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and a trustee of The Screenwriters Colony, and the Creative Capital Foundation.
Patrick Murray has over 30 years of experience in the entertainment and financial services industries, with broad experience in finance, business affairs, production, distribution, strategic planning and investment banking in the film and television and related media industries. He has been a senior finance and operations executive for a variety of entertainment companies, including HBO, IMAX Corporation, Avenue Pictures, Trans Pacific Films and InterMedia Film/Equities. Murray has extensive international experience in numerous territories in Europe and Asia. He has had a significant role in the financing, production and distribution of over 50 independent feature film and television projects. In 2013, Murray developed and helped capitalize the IMAX Documentary Films Production Fund, with total equity investment of $30M. Murray has a BA, MA and MBA all from UCLA.
Tiffany started her career directing The Dream Street Foundation and has been recognized as a woman who inspires. Her work’s been published by Randi Zuckerberg Media. She worked on developing projects with Morocco Junction Entertainment and MME at All3Media. Alfaro is currently a VP of Talent & New Business at Invent TV and is the Co-Founder of The Alfaro Do Good Foundation.
A veteran of over 200 specials, Kelly Brock’s credits include: CBS’ A HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS, Fox Television’s TEEN CHOICE AWARDS, Spike TV’s pop culture phenomenon LIP SYNC BATTLE, the WRITERS GUILD AWARDS, the DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTION, BILLBOARD MUSIC AWARDS, and ESPN’s ESPY AWARDS. Over her 20 year career in launching and producing specials, Kelly attributes talent relationships and integrity as the keys to her success.
Emma Humphrey has over 20 years in the film and television industry. Her unscripted credits include The Next 15 (TVOne), Flex & Shanice (OWN), Fix My Choir (Oxygen), LA Ink (TLC), BBQ Pitmasters (TLC & Destination America), and the The Rachel Zoe Project (Bravo). Prior to reality, Emma worked on independent features and coordinated countless commercials and music videos.
Following graduation from Emerson College, Kristina became an editing instructor and then quickly moved into reality television and documentary film. For over a decade she has been utilizing her technical and managerial skills to enhance the post experience. She is comfortable on all sides of post, and thrives on making it the smooth process it should be.
Susan joins InventTV after nearly two years working in Development at Trooper Entertainment, a partnership with Lionsgate, where she developed the cast and concept for the series Checked Inn for OWN. Prior to Trooper, Susan served as the Development Coordinator at Wilshire Studios, the unscripted production arm of NBCUniversal.
In her decades of experience in the business, finance and luxury concierge worlds, Betsy has created a global network of contacts and relationships that she brings to InventTV as Development Consultant. She resides in New York City and is constantly traveling the world making connections and looking for talent.
Markel Ringer got his start in music production. As a Creative Director, he has collaborated with some of today’s gifted artist directing live shows & tours. He has provided creative treatments for American Idol and Dancing with The Stars and collaborated with networks like FOX, OXYGEN, BET, REVOLT and more. Now Markel hopes to use his production experience to help development millennial TV projects and specials.
Vanessa started her career in television over ten years ago. She is originally from the Pilsen neighborhood in Chicago. Since then she has worked on numerous productions, which have taken her to many cities to the most remote places in the world. When she’s not working Vanessa is training for marathons, traveling to new places and exploring new cuisines.