FableVision Announces Four Executive Promotions at Boston Headquarters


FableVision recently promoted four members of its executive team. Paul Reynolds will serve as Chief Executive Officer; Gary Goldberger assumes Reynolds' previous role as President; and Adam Landry will serve as Executive Vice President. Best-selling children's author/illustrator Peter H. Reynolds, who has served as CEO since he launched FableVision in 1996, moves to Founder, Chief Creative Officer, and Chairman of the Board. In addition to founding FableVision, Peter H. Reynolds is the author/illustrator of books that nurture creativity, including The North Star, Ish, and The Dot. He illustrates the popular Judy Moody series, and illustrated the New York Times #1 best-selling children's book Someday. He wrote and illustrated the new Kennedy family tribute book, Rose's Garden.

Prior to co-founding FableVision, Paul Reynolds helped found and run the eLearning company Cosmic Blender. Reynolds then joined his brother to found FableVision. As President, he navigated the start-up successfully through the last recession with increases in staff and clientele. Reynolds oversaw the company's growth, and in 2006,after outgrowing its Watertown, MA studio, the company relocated to the top of the Boston Children's Museum.

Gary Goldberger's commitment to digital "media that matters" has led him to work closely with the offices of Mayor Menino and Governor Deval Patrick on statewide gaming initiatives, and to lead the New England chapter of Games for Change, a nonprofit focused on serious games. Goldberger retains his role as Executive Director of Production at FableVision, overseeing the firm's interactive media projects, including websites, animated films, online games, and iPhone applications.

Adam Landry joined FableVision in 2008 as Director of Finance and Administration after serving as CFO at Resource Options, a staffing and recruiting firm in Needham, MA. During his seven years at Resource Options, the company grew from approximately $700 thousand to over $13 million and was twice named to Inc. magazine's list of 500 fastest-growing private companies.

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