Kendra started her career in New York at A&E Television, where she was a key member of the brand marketing team juggling both traditional and new media. Kendra ushered A&E into the social media space, and the network's social debut was celebrated by awarding her with the network’s selective and coveted President’s Award.   

Always looking for inventive ways to break through the cluttered media market, she helped A&E become a key player in the digital space by tackling ambitious initiatives like ARG’s, Augmented Reality, apps, and branded games, as well as negotiating multiple media stunts such as the first-ever TV Guide logo redesign to celebrate the show, Tattoo Highway, and the award-winning Fugitive Chronicles homepage takeover on the New York Times. 

During her A&E tenure she was instrumental in a number of award-winning projects such as the Cannes Lion & Obie Award-winning Whispering Wallscape for the reality series, Paranormal State.  

Since joining the TVGla family I built and lead the Social team, a group responsible for many highly creative ongoing projects and campaigns such as He-Man's Facebook page, the entire Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! social presence, first person perspective social experiences for Bates Motel, the Source Code Mission social game, and the multi-faceted Michael Jackson The Experience 360º social campaign complete with a livestream gameshow featuring Reggie Bush & Naya Rivera from Glee.

Summits Attended

iMedia Entertainment Summit

For Entertainment Marketers, By Entertainment Marketers

iMedia Other Summit

TV, Video & Social

iMedia Entertainment Summit

For Entertainment Marketers by Entertainment Marketers

iMedia Other Summit

What Women Want from Brands

iMedia Entertainment Summit

For Entertainment Marketers by Entertainment Marketers

iMedia Breakthrough Summit

Your Mission: Innovate Beyond Traditional Search & Display!

iMedia Breakthrough Summit

Innovation, Disruption, Opportunity