Amy Dorn Kopelan has over 20 years’ experience as an ABC television executive and independent conference producer. As President of Bedlam Productions Inc., Amy interviews leading business innovators, moderates panels, speaks at industry conferences, and coaches industry executives to deliver strong live/video presentations. In 2009 she created two program for corporations and campuses called “Producing Your Career” and “You’re On the Air.” Both encourage business professionals and senior leaders to take more control of their own careers and to develop strong executive presence.
Amy is the co-author of I Didn’t See It Coming, the “Bible” that teaches business professionals how to avoid being blindsided in business. She has been featured on FOX and Friends, Business Week online, On The Money, in CEO Magazine, Business Week, Chief Learning Officer Magazine, and CNN.com.
Amy is especially committed to creating opportunities for young professionals to learn and advance in today’s market. She is a guest presenter at the ICAN conference in Omaha, The City College of New York, and at many college campuses. She is the New York Program Chair for The International Women’s Forum and a Board member of Legal Momentum.
With over 25 years as a stage, television and voice-over actor, Katherine Leask directs all programs and conference production for Bedlam Productions Inc. With her extensive theatre background, Katherine has worked with numerous clients in the production of major national trade shows, product launches for large companies such as Pfizer, IBM and Apple, and coaches business leaders and industry professionals who are ready to develop a stronger media presence.
As an independent Event Consultant prior to joining Bedlam in 1999, she worked extensively with non-profit organizations such as The National Urban League, New York Landmarks Conservancy, UNCF, French-American Foundation, Scenic Hudson and Historic Hudson Valley.
A veteran actor in stage, television, commercials and voice-overs, Katherine has performed leading roles Off-Broadway, at flagship theatres throughout the United States such as The Guthrie Theater and Arena Stage, and in Europe at the prestigious Edinburgh Festival.