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And, like all good sled teams, we believe things work better in packs, so we deliver both content and partnerships that drive engagement and brand loyalty.
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The LabraDoxie Core Team
Frankie Frankeny, Co-Founder/ Creative Director
Named by Entertainment Weekly as one of the 100 Most Creative People in the US, Frankie understands brands & produces successful, unique and profitable cookbooks with programs tailored to specific brand messaging and identity.
Frankie has worked on over 70 cookbooks as creator, producer and/or photographer including multiple national and international award winners.
In both book creation, photography and motion, Frankie’s clients include some of the most celebrated chefs and loved brands in the country: Remy-Cointreau; Virgin America; Caesars Entertainment; Disney; Grey Goose; Chandon; Michael Chiarello; Elizabeth Falkner; Traci Des Jardins; Lucas FIlms (Stars Wars Cookbook Series) and Dr. Seuss (Green Eggs & Ham Cookbook)
Angela Wilson Gyetvan, Co-Founder/Director of Partnerships
Kickstarting new ideas into full-blown consumer trends by co-creating brand experiences and strategic partnerships is Angela’s specialty. Her experience includes executive positions with Electronic Arts, Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Idealab and Evite. She headed marketing and content for the first mass-scale online video platform that monetized content (Revver); helped YouTube build out their advertising platform; created the digital studio for the Project Greenlight franchise (HBO/Matt Damon/Ben Affleck); and launched the first immersive sports, music and film experiences using 3D technology with Intel, the Black Eyed Peas, and Peter Jackson as head of marketing and sales for 3ality Digital. She regularly advises creatives and production companies on developing and distributing digital and published properties, and sits on the Digital Committee for Women in Film. As a member of the Television Academy she sits on the Awards Working Group, lectures on digital and social media at both USC and UCLA, and has been a featured speaker at multiple industry conferences. She was part of the Tech for Obama (T4O) team in the 2012 election, and was a participant in the White House Business Council under the Obama administration. She holds a BA from Duke University and an MBA from the College of William and Mary.
Leslie Stoker, Publishing Director
Leslie Stoker is the founder and principal of Stoker Literary, a boutique agency that represents writers and photographers. She also works as a project manager for various publishers and for Chef Marcus Samuelsson.
Her publishing career began at Random House, where she was an editor in the College Division. She soon joined the newly formed publisher Stewart, Tabori & Chang, where she eventually became publisher. In 1993 she launched Artisan, the illustrated book imprint of Workman, and was publisher there for five years before returning to Stewart, Tabori & Chang as President and Publisher. When STC was bought by Abrams, Stoker assumed responsibility for the lifestyle list, overseeing cooking, craft, gardening, pets, and design titles. Among the many bestselling authors she published are Jacques Pepin, Alton Brown, Rick Bayless, Alain Ducasse, Bunny Williams, and Jacques Torres. Her cookbooks won numerous awards from the James Beard Foundation and IACP, including three Best Book of the Year awards.
Mindy Rabinowitz, VP Contracts & Project Management
With a strong corporate background in partnerships, Mindy has a proven track record for managing large and complex projects. At Caesars Entertainment, she produced Gourmand International’s Best Corporate Book in the US, “The Seven Stars Cookbook.”
She also directed Southwest Airlines brand activation via promotions/event sponsorships + partnerships in the western U.S. and managed multiple partnerships including Disneyland, SeaWorld San Diego and Jackie Collins.