CI's MVS School of Business and Economics Presents Jim Molinets
Camarillo, Calif., March 14, 2013 – The Martin V. Smith School of Business & Economics at CSU Channel Islands (CI) is pleased to present Jim Molinets, Vice President of Mobile Games for Disney Interactive Studios, Friday, April 5, at noon in Malibu Hall 100. The event is free, open to the public, and includes lunch and complimentary parking. Registration is required at http://business.csuci.edu/events.htm.
Molinets is part of the MVS 2013 Spring Speaker Series, focusing on pioneers in the entertainment and interactive media world. He has helped produce the smartphone hits "Temple Run: Brave," "Where's My Water?" and "Where's My Perry?" He previously spent four years as Vice President of Franchise Production for Disney Interactive, working on all major gaming consoles and delivering successful products around core Disney franchises like Toy Story, Cars 2, Club Penguin, Phineas and Ferb, and many others. A key figure in the interactive entertainment industry for more than 20 years with Disney, Sony, Electronic Arts, and Rogue Entertainment, Molinets has developed more than 30 games generating over $500 million in revenue.
The Speaker Series is sponsored and presented by the Business Advisory Council of the MVS School of Business & Economics.
Complimentary campus parking will be available. Once on campus, follow signs to the designated lot. Once parked, visitors may walk or use the free shuttle service from the lot to the event location.
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CSU Channel Islands (CI) is the only four-year, public university in Ventura County and is known for its interdisciplinary, multicultural and international perspectives, and its emphasis on experiential and service learning. CI?s strong academic programs focus on business, sciences, liberal studies, teaching credentials, and innovative master?s degrees. Students benefit from individual attention, up-to-date technology, and classroom instruction augmented by outstanding faculty research. CI has been designated by the U.S. Department of Education as a Hispanic-Serving Institution and is committed to serving students of all backgrounds from the region and beyond.