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Terri Bullock, Director, Windrider Bay Area
Terri has been on the leadership team of Windrider Film Forum, Bay Area since its inception. She’s passionate about the arts as a powerful and creative vehicle to engage the community in thought-provoking issues. She’s been an active volunteer for UCLA’s Anderson School of
Management, for the Parents of Alumni Committee for Menlo School, has served on the board of the Menlo Park Atherton Education Foundation and sponsored Music@Menlo, an internationally acclaimed Chamber Music Festival, since it began in 2003. Previously, she worked for twenty years in wholesale banking and finance for Wells Fargo Bank and Chase Manhattan Bank and in investment advising for The Savant Investment Group. She presently serves on the Board of Directors for Music@Menlo. Terri has a BA in English from the University of the Pacific, an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management and is a Certified and Licensed Financial Planner.
Ed Priddy, Chairman and Co-Founder,
Windrider Institute
A successful entrepreneur and Peabody award winning film producer, Ed is a leader in the launching and development of entrepreneurial companies and has founded numerous private and non-profit enterprises. As CEO of The Priddy
Group, Ed is responsible for the execution of the company’s global strategy, tactical business planning and the forging of domestic and international government and private strategic partnerships in both the private and non- profit sectors. Along with his brother John, he was instrumental in launching the Windrider Forum and is an executive producer of award winning documentaries including Hilla Medalia’s Muhi-Generally Temporary, After The Storm, To Die in Jerusalem; Heather Rae’s Showtime feature, Family: The First Circle; Laura Waters- Hinson’s Mama Rwanda, Dog Days, and As We Forgive; Doug Block’s critically acclaimed 51 Birch Street and Dani Menkin’s Academy short listed 39 Pounds of Love. Ed serves on numerous Boards of Directors including the CEDC Foreign Trade Zone board, and is a Trustee of Freedom from Hunger, a non-profit committed to ending hunger globally. A lifelong entrepreneur, Ed has a degree in finance from the University of Colorado and resides in Boise, Idaho.
windrider executive committee

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