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Trina DasGupta

Single Palm Tree Productions
CEO & Founder
Trina DasGupta is the CEO/Founder of Single Palm Tree Productions (SPT), a media company dedicated to leveraging entertainment to help build global understanding. SPT’s primary project is AmericaMeetWorld.com, the world’s first global comedy platform. A producer, writer and interdisciplinary entrepreneur, Trina’s career has spanned the television, non-profit, political, and mobile industries. In television, she has worked across the Viacom brands, in particular MTV Networks, bringing in $31 million in new revenue in two years with branded entertainment concepts for top brands, such as Coca-Cola and AT&T. In mobile, Trina ran the global public-private partnership, mWomen, designing a business-driven movement to increase women's access to mobile technology and raising $11 million for the initiative, which was launched by then U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and 35+ partners, such as Google, Airtel and Vodafone. Trina has also advised the U.S., Australian, British and other governments on the use of technology in emerging markets, created the world's first mobile social network dedicated to HIV prevention and managed a $3 million media portfolio for South Africa's largest non-profit, creating original content in multiple languages for TV, radio, print and digital. Trina is a frequent public speaker, including at prestigious events such as the Clinton Global Initiative, SXSW, the Paley Center for Media and the UN Commission on the Status of Women. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with degrees from the Wharton School of Business and the Annenburg School of Communications and also sits on the Board of Directors of Girls Who Code.