ROBERT GRAHAM GANGER
Founder and Executive Director of EcoNouveau LLC, Rob hails from the event marketing world, producing unique mega-events made for television, generally with a philanthropic purpose. He founded Mesh Inc. in 1995, producing the Bryant Gumbel/Walt Disney World Celebrity Golf Tournament (ESPN-TV), which netted over $6 million for the United Negro College Fund over a six-year period. Mesh also produced the Jackie Robinson Foundation's Celebrity Golf Tournament in Los Angeles celebrating Robinson's 50th anniversary of breaking the color barrier of Major League Baseball. Ganger has produced fundraisers for the Autism Coalition (Celeb Golf Tournament) and Stop Cancer (LA Fashion Event), and was also responsible for managing the Cuervo Gold Pro-Am Beach Volleyball Tour from '95-'00 (FOX-TV), the largest of its kind in North America. He has worked on promotions for World Cup Soccer ('94) and the Barcelona Summer Olympics ('92). Most recently, Ganger co-founded The Evolver Project, an incubator that spurned a print magazine (Evolver) and EVO.COM, an online directory and media portal servicing the 'green' marketplace. He also co-founded a Green Business Networking event in Los Angeles that meets monthly and recently celebrated it's 1 Year anniversary. Rob's first film role was as an Executive Producer of the award-winning documentary "Trudell". The film about Native American poet, musician and activist John Trudell was featured in over 40 festivals (including Sundance,Tribeca, Seattle and SilverDocs) and had a 60-city theatrical run (2005).
Rob does consulting work under the Pollinator Media Group banner specializing in event design, brand, film, web development especially for companies looking to make their mark in the green space.