Tim Washer

CMO, Ridiculous Media

Tim Washer

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Tim studied improv under Amy Poehler, comedy writing with The Colbert Report executive producer Tom Purcell, and has appeared on SNL, Conan O’Brien, Onion Sports Network, and HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. He’s emceed events featuring Pixar CEO John Lasseter, Emmy-Winner Tony Hale (VEEP, Arrested Development) and Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu. Tim has performed at corporate events for IBM, Cisco, Deloitte, CDC, Google and The White House. His award-winning corporate work has been featured in The New York Times, WSJ, Ad Age, ADWEEK, and Fast Company. He has presented at Content Marketing World Sydney, SXSW, Harvard Business School and Forrester’s CMO Council. He holds an MBA from McCombs at UT Austin, where he majored in PowerPoint.

 

Comedy Keynote: Tim Washer

Keynote Date & Time: May 2, 4:40pm – 5:00pm

Description: Tim Washer studied improv under Amy Poehler, comedy writing with The Colbert Report executive producer Tom Purcell, and has appeared on SNL, Conan O’Brien, Onion Sports Network, and HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver. He’s emceed events featuring Pixar CEO John Lasseter, Emmy-Winner Tony Hale (VEEP, Arrested Development) and Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu. Tim has performed at corporate events for IBM, Cisco, Deloitte, CDC, Google and The White House. His award-winning corporate work has been featured in The New York Times, WSJ, Ad Age, ADWEEK, and Fast Company. He has presented at Content Marketing World Sydney, SXSW and Forrester’s CMO Council. He holds an MBA from McCombs at UT Austin, where he majored in PowerPoint.

Panel Name: Behind the Scene – Making Humor Work

Panel Date & Time: May 3, 4:45pm – 5:15pm

Description: Creating, developing, and producing humorous content is challenging, even if it’s your full-time job. But getting buy-in and securing budgets is much more challenging, especially in the red(tape) zone. Learn from this panel of polished pros on how they make humor work for businesses, TV networks, brands, and their own careers— securing budgets, producing great work, dealing with brand hardliners, forging buy-in, and staying focused on connecting deeply with fans. Best of all, get a behind-the-scenes view of each panelist who will be performing Stand Up at Comedy Marketing Club later in the evening.

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