Advisory Board

Linda Hollander

Linda Hollander is the industry leader in teaching people about sponsorship success. Linda Hollander has been featured by Inc. and Entrepreneur Magazines as the leading expert on corporate sponsorship. She is the author of the book, Corporate Sponsorship in 3 Easy Steps: Get Funding from Sponsors, Even if You’re Just Starting Out. She is also the founder of Sponsor Concierge and the Sponsor Secrets Seminar. She has over 20 years of experience as a business owner from “bag lady” to wealth, and does sponsorship consulting. Her clients and sponsors include Microsoft, Fed Ex, Citibank, Mattel, Bank of America, Disney, Marriott, Health Net, American Airlines, IBM, Staples and Wal Mart.”

Scott Masteller

Scott has over 40 years of experience in radio/audio as an on-air talent, program director and executive, consistently driving ratings success and critical acclaim. He’s a sought after leader, speaker and advisor who talent love to work with. He’s led news/talk and sports formats, and since 2015 has served as Program Director, VP of Programming for WBAL NewsRadio 1090/FM 101.5 in Baltimore, Maryland. He previously worked for ESPN Radio Network from August 2006-November 2014 as Senior Director of Content.

Valerie Geller

Valerie Geller, president of Geller Media International, a broadcast consulting firm, trains broadcasters throughout the world with Creating Powerful Radio seminars, workshops and one-on-one coaching for news, talk, information and personality programming for radio and television. A much in demand seminar leader and speaker, Geller has worked with top stations and personalities throughout the world at more than 500 stations in 27 countries. She’s a former program director of WABC in New York, executive producer of KFI in Los Angeles and news director of K-101 in San Francisco, and served as an elected board member of the Associated Press and the Radio & TV News Directors Assn. Geller's fourth book is "Beyond Powerful Radio - A Communicator's Guide to the Internet Age" from Focal Press, published in April 2011!