Harry E. Sloan is a successful international media investor, entrepreneur and studioexecutive. As the founder of Eagle Investment Partners, Sloan has raised funds in the public markets over the last eight years to invest in the media, technology and other industries. Throughout his formidable career, Sloan has also been responsible for the creation or sponsorship of three successful public companies, including New World Entertainment, SBS Broad- casting and Lionsgate Films. As a philanthropist, Sloan and his wife, Florence, have established The Harry and Florence Sloan Foundation. The foundation was formed to provide grants, focusing on preserving arts and culture, educational advancement and medical research. Sloan, a graduate from UCLA, is also a major supporter of the UCLA School of Medicine and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). He serves on the Boards of both UCLA Business School and Film, Television and Theatre. A native of California, Sloan earned his J.D. degree from Loyola Law School in 1976 and began his career an entertainment lawyer. In 1987, Sloan was appointed by President Ronald Reagan to the President’s Advisory Council on Trade and Policy Negotiations (ACTPN). He currently serves on the UCLA Anderson School of Management Board of Visitors and the Executive Board of UCLA Theatre, Film and Television.