Jason Kilar served as the founding CEO of Hulu from 2007 until April 2013. Jason oversaw the development of Hulu from original concept to the award-winning online video service it is today.
Prior to Hulu, Jason served for 9 years in a variety of senior leadership roles with Amazon, including vice president and general manager of Amazon’s North American media businesses, which included the company’s books, music, and video categories. He later served as senior vice president, Worldwide Application Software where he led a world-class team of technologists and innovators.
Kilar began his career with The Walt Disney Company, where he worked for Disney Design Development. He received his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Jason also serves on the Board of Brighter, a company focused on bringing transparency to the dental industry and on the Board of Management Leadership for Tomorrow, an innovative non-profit focused on solving the under-representation of minorities in leadership positions.
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