Rebekah

Dopp

Strategic Media, Product & Technology Leader

Partner
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Leadership Roles
  • Senior Vice President, Advanced Digital Services – CBS
  • Principal, Head of Local TV Partnerships – Google
  • Founder, Exponent – Google
  • Vice President, Global Technology Business Management – HBO
  • Vice President, Advanced Technology & Strategic Negotiations - HBO

Rebekah Dopp is a Partner in Fortium Partners’ East Region, where she serves media, consumer products, and entertainment clients.  Her impressive record of negotiating strategic partnerships and business ventures includes complex deals for content licensing, electronic sell-through, advanced advertising and digital rights at leading companies.  Her leadership responsibilities have included managing partner performance, coaching cross-functional teams, and negotiating domestic and international agreements. Rebekah is acutely aware of the evolution of digital broadcast media and local news.

As a technology executive, Rebekah was a leader on the launch teams for streaming TV services HBO GO, CBS All Access and YouTube TV.  She has championed product management, cybersecurity and digital transformation plus international growth plans for Latin America and the Nordics.  Rebekah has worked closely with CEOs on numerous innovation initiatives to drive new revenues and improve profitability.  She held P&L responsibility of $200+ million and led global technical and non-technical teams with 50+ members.

Active in organizations empowering and protecting women and children, Rebekah has served as Chair of the Child Abuse Prevention Program and on the boards of Bottomless Closet and The Foundling.  She is the founder of Exponent, the gender equality incubator of Google.  She is a board member of Tilray, a NASDAQ listed medical cannabis company with a women majority board.

Rebekah graduated from The College of William and Mary with a Bachelor in Business Administration with a concentration in finance.  She has participated in the Directors’ College at Stanford Law School and the TV Executive Leadership Program at Harvard Business School