HQGE’s Big M Entertainment Pictures Introduces Three Hollywood Veterans as Members of Its Core Management Team
Los Angeles, July 23, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- HQ Global Education, Inc. (OTC: HQGE) and its subsidiary Big M Entertainment Pictures have released the names of the first three
industry veterans who along with CEO Marvin Williams comprise the initial nucleus of Big M Entertainment’s leadership team. Mr. Williams also announced that the company will be adding one or more
additional members to the team within the next few days, at which time they will be publicly introduced as well.
HQGE CEO Daniel Gallardo Wagner commented, “We are very pleased that Mr. Williams has been able to assemble this outstanding group of professionals to help build Big M Entertainment into what we believe will become a household name and a globally recognized brand.”
The first three core team members to be introduced are:
Dominique Appleby, COO and President of Marketing, is a seasoned Hollywood veteran who began her career at Harmony Gold USA and quickly rose in the ranks to become Executive VP of Harmony Gold USA, Co-Founder/President of Harmony Gold Film Finance and President of Harmony Gold Capital. During her tenure, the company produced numerous A-Level features including “Around the World in 80 Days” starring Pierce Brosnan and “American Strays” starring Eric Roberts and Jennifer Tilly, and also co-produced the film “Heidi” along with Disney. Her team also provided development funds for numerous additional successful films including “The Scarlet Letter”, “Ghost” and “Forrest Gump”, and she teamed with Natixis Bank to provide seed financing for Radar Pictures, which brought us “Jumanji”.
Ms. Appleby has helped finance and served on the Board of Directors of several public and private companies, including Lynx Golf with Ernie Els and Freddie Couples, Allen Edwards International and Geovax Labs. She was also a Founder and Managing Partner for Milagros, LLC, where she was instrumental in funding RFS pharma for her partner Raymond F Schinazi, who went on to discover the cure for Hepatitis C. Ms. Appleby has an MBA from Pepperdine University with an emphasis on Finance and was one of the first to invest in Wall Street giant King Street Capital.