Prior to Thrillist, Rothman worked at Digitas and in custom publishing, developing content programs for clients such as Starwood and Purina.
In 2005, Rothman bicycled over 4,800 miles, from New York City to Los Angeles, over the course of 55-days to raise money for a high school scholarship targeting NYC students (“The Susan Himmelman Shapiro Memorial Scholarship”) in honor of his aunt. In his free time, Rothman also volunteers with inner-city youth mentoring programs Big Brothers Big Sisters and the TEAK Fellowship in addition to Career Gear, an organization providing life and career counseling to men in need.
Rothman is also an avid supporter of The Moth, a MacArthur “genius” grant recipient and Peabody Award-winning organization that promotes the craft of storytelling via live events, podcasts, radio shows and community outreach programs.Angus Dobbie – Treasurer Director – Recruiting Manager of Global Banking & Markets, Global Asset Management and Global Private Bank HSBC Angus is a senior finance executive with 20 years professional experience working in international securities operations. He has worked across Asia, the US and Latin America and has extensive academic training in both Finance and Political Science (He holds a Bachelors Degree in Economics, Masters Degree in Business and a Masters Degree in International Relations). Since 2010, Angus has worked in the Recruitment field, specializing in Financial Services personnel. Prior to this Angus’s background was in Equity Sales and management, with his most recent position in finance as a Senior Managing Director of The Macquarie Group (heading the Equity Derivatives group within the US operations). Angus was on the Board of the bank’s US subsidiary, and served on the Finance, Compliance and 401k Advisory Board committees. Angus was also part of the Macquarie Foundation’s launch in the US and an active participant in its strategic direction and volunteer activities. Angus’s work with Career Gear started in 2009, and in addition to his role as Treasurer, he has participated in our Professional Development Series as both a presenter and a mentor. Kristine Stallone – Secretary Vice President for Finance and Administration, American Jewish World Service Kristine Stallone is currently the Vice President for Finance and Administration at American Jewish World Service. She brings her commitment to social justice and years of international experience in finance to her role. She was the former CFO of Arcus Foundation and the former controller of Americas and of Global Functional teams for Bloomberg LP, the global information service, news and media giant, where she led a team that worked on financial reporting and development of the enterprise-wide financial system. As an independent consultant to nonprofits, she served as controller for Teach for America and Ithaka Harbors, an organization working to accelerate the use of information technologies in higher education worldwide. Ms. Stallone supports and volunteers for several charitable organizations. She is a Certified Public Accountant with a BS in accounting from Mercy College, New York.