Kate Moulene, CEO of Capian Enterprises, Co-Founder Global Creative Forum

Kate Moulene presently serves as the CEO of Capian Enterprises. Over the past ten years Ms. Moulene has created over 2 Billion worldwide media impressions and raised over 20 million dollars for charity while leading the entertainment industry in finding new ways to partner Hollywood with non profit organizations. Previously, Ms. Moulene served as the West Coast Bureau Chief for InStyle Magazine at Time Warner – where in addition to running the bureau, she was the on-air correspondent for NBC’s TODAY Show, and media outlets including CNN and Oprah. Additionally she spent two years as the Chief Marketing Officer for the Humpty Dumpty Institute. Her journalistic experience includes writing for LIFE Magazine, the Huffington Post and reporting for the International Herald Tribune Money Report in Paris. Ms. Moulene’s projects have integrated the efforts of dozens of corporate clients including Hearst, Meredith, Cartier, Baume et Mercier, Intel, GE, Versace, Sony, Bloomberg: with celebrity ambassadors and guests including Cristina Aguilera, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nicole Kidman, Lord Frederick Windsor and Sophie Winkelman, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Maria Shriver, Rob Lowe, Sean Penn, Demi Moore, Sam Jackson, Meg Ryan, Ashton Kutcher, Colin Farrell, Jessica Simpson, David Duchovny, Jennifer Aniston, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Justin Timberlake, John Mayer, Kirsten Dunst, Ben Affleck, Lisa Kudrow, Leonardo di Caprio, Tobey Maguire, Usher, Rod Stewart, Robert Downey Jr., Eva Longoria and Uma Thurman, Kyra Sedgwick, Jay-Z, Jennifer Garner, and the casts of several television shows.

Global Creative Forum (GCF). As CEO and co-creator of the Global Creative Forum Ms. Moulene developed the program that brought Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on his first official trip to Los Angeles, joined by President Bill Clinton. The now yearly forum and dinner is an invite only program where key decision makers in the entertainment industry meet with leading political and philanthropic leaders to discuss ways in which media can commit their resources to major global challenges.

Participants in the first forums included Demi Moore, Sam Jackson, Armie Hammer, Charlize Theron, Anne Hathaway, Kiefer Sutherland, Stevie Wonder, Diane Lane, Hilary Swank, Don Cheadle, Larry King, Kirk Douglas, Michael Douglas, Olivia Wilde, Orlando Bloom, and Sean Penn. Panelists and speakers included: Nobel Laureate, Rajendra Kumar Pachauri: 2007 Nobel Peace Prize Recipient, Chair of the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), Wangari Maathai: Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Christiana Figueres: Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Margaret Chan, Director General, Kandeh Yumkella: Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Radhika Coomaraswamy: United Nations Secretary-General’s Representative for Children and Armed Conflict. Kyio Akasaka: Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information, Robert C. Orr: Assistant Secretary-General for Strategic Planning and Policy Coordination in the Executive Office of the Secretary-General.