Former COO of Cablevision and current CEO of 605

Tuesday, April 4, 2017
‚ÄčOne Pace Plaza, Lecture Hall North, New York City Campus

Join Dean Nira Herrmann and Dyson College alumna Kristin Dolan ’90, MS in Publishing, to learn about Dolan’s path to an executive leadership role at Cablevision. How did her degrees in English and publishing prepare her for her career in the media and entertainment industry? Dolan will also talk about her new role as founder and CEO of 605, a data and analytics company specializing in media and entertainment.

Kristin Dolan is the founder and chief executive officer of 605, a data and analytics company specializing in media and entertainment. Founded in November 2016, Dolan leads 605’s day-to-day business operations including key client relationships, product development, sales, research, and finance, legal and marketing. Dolan has more than 30 years of experience in the media and entertainment industries. Most recently, she served as chief operating officer of Cablevision Systems Corporation leading all aspects of the company’s cable operations and overseeing thousands of employees, including the company’s entire customer and field service workforce. She is also founder and managing partner of Dolan Family Ventures and a member of the Board of Directors for both AMC Networks and The Madison Square Garden Company (MSG). Previously, she served on the Foundation Board for SUNY Albany and the National Board for Women in Cable & Telecommunications. She received an MA in English literature from Long Island University, an MS in Publishing with a concentration in marketing from Pace University, and a BA in English from the State University of New York at Albany.

Seating is limited; snacks will be provided.

RSVP to Ben Gordon at by March 29, 2017.