JANE KAGON is a consultant in international media and communications, focused on the intersection between digital media and education. She is an instructor at Touro University Worldwide in the Media and Communications Psychology Division, for which she was the lead faculty in the design of the masters degree program for WASC accreditation. Jane is also a Senior Fellow at the USC Annenberg School’s Center for the Digital Future, and the Executive Director of RFK-LA Digital Media Lab and Archives, a non-profit learning center at the RFK Community Schools in Los Angeles, which is dedicated to the social justice legacy of Robert F. Kennedy. For almost a decade, Jane was at UCLA as the director of the post-graduate, professional training division for the entertainment industry. Prior to her consulting and academic career, Jane was an entertainment lawyer and long time Hollywood film production executive. She lives in Malibu California with her husband, Ed Greenberg, the executive director of Laughter for a Change.