The Team


Cristina Dam- CEO/Founder

Cristina Dam has proven over and over again that she is a motivator, leader, and innovator. Her aggressive approach to expand her education was evident from an early age. She was admitted into college early by special consideration and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in only two and a half years. From there, she went on the fast track to earn her Master’s degree and has been going full speed ahead ever since. In addition, she also holds many other certifications and accolades related to her field.

Her life tells a story of passion, dedication and heart striving to always make a difference in the world and people she interacts with. From childhood being on the debate team, running for class president and organizing campaigns at school among countless other activities and engagements. As she grew up this pursuit has just expanded in the communities that she has been apart on. Some examples of this are creating a Los Angeles-based program where she worked one-on-one with parolees to transition and reacclimatize them back into society. In addition, she also organized and founded a substance abuse prevention program for inner city youth.

The longing and desire to make a bigger and bigger impact has kept Cristina holding the creative space for what can she do next. She lives by Einstein’s quote “Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited, and imagination encircles the world.” She stated working one on one with clients doing healing work and quickly moved into groups and motivational speaking. That led her to open her healing center Liberate Emporium at 25 years old. Cristina quickly moved on to create even bigger things and started her travel and social networking company Xplorer. Understanding the major impact media has on the world has caused Cristina to also write and create numerous TV show concepts and form her own production company, Liberation Productions. Believing anyone can do anything they put their mind to, Cristina wants to help others create amazing entertainment concepts that will help educate, inspire and change the world.

Galen Walker- CMO/Producer

Galen Walker is an experienced Entertainment Producer.  He has been in the industry for over 25 years and has successfully produced Films and Television content for the Major Studios. Aside from being a creative writer, his production skills include: Content Creation, Production Management, Casting and budgeting as well as full post supervision. Walker has successfully produced blockbuster films and prime time television content for major studios and networks. He is an active member of the “Producer’s Guild of America”
From 2003 – 2008 Walker established Imagi Studios USA. As President of the company, Walker secured the theatrical feature rights to The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Highlander franchises and launched animation production teams in Los Angeles, Japan and Hong Kong.
Galen Walker has produced in every facet of production and has vast knowledge in many areas of live action and animation film making from development through distribution; thus, making his skillset unlike most producers in Hollywood today.

Deb Pierson- COO Distribution & CP

Deb Pierson’s 25+ years of experience in the entertainment industry encompasses Animation Production, Distribution and Consumer Products.

Her expertise across all aspects of building a brand, from creative/development and production sides of the industry has been a key factor to his success and longevity in the industry. She has Produced, Distributed and built successful Consumer Products brands in conjunction with MGA, Netflix, Amazon, Nickelodeon, Hasbro, Mattel & Lionsgate.

Most recently as SVP of Global Distribution she launched the Genius Brands Network in over 80M US HH with Comcast, Cox, Roku, Apple, Amazon Prime Channels, Dish & Sling.


Marcia Daley- SVP Business & Legal Affairs

Marcia L. Daley is proficient in providing legal services in connection with entertainment and copyright matters. A graduate of Loyola Law School – Los Angeles, Ms. Daley received her undergraduate degree in Political Science and Sociology from Loyola Marymount University. Ms. Daley is a member of the Intellectual Property Section of the California State Bar and Los Angeles County Bar Associations.

Before establishing her own practice, Ms. Daley was Vice President of Legal Affairs for DreamWorks Studios, for whom she handled legal matters for live action motion picture productions such as “The Help,” “Real Steel,” and “War Horse.” As production counsel for Universal Studios, Ms. Daley was the lead attorney on such high profile productions as “Undercover Brother,” “Cat in the Hat,” and “Curious George,” and she drafted and negotiated all technical agreements such as visual effects, pre-visualization, graphic artist, and special effects agreements. After ten years as production counsel at Universal, and before returning to Universal on a contract basis, Ms. Daley was Vice President of Business and Legal Affairs for Arenas Entertainment, the first Latino production company in Hollywood. While at Arenas, Ms. Daley negotiated and drafted film acquisition and development agreements in both English and Spanish, often negotiating with Latin American and Spanish counsel in relation to the acquisition of literary and film properties. Ms. Daley has also served as production counsel for Dance Nation Productions, Inc. and 12 Yard Productions, Ms. Daley handled all production matters for the hit Fox television show titled “So You Think You Can Dance,” as well as the game shows “The Rich List” and “Without Prejudice.”

Ms. Daley is fluent in both Spanish and English and possesses a command of both written and spoken French. Before her career direction changed to focus as a specialist in entertainment and intellectual property, she served as a staff member of the National Immigration Law Center, where Ms. Daley worked on the seminal class action law suit, Mendez vs. INS, which led to the implementation of the current application and interview process for political asylum applicants. Ms. Daley also authored a chapter on children’s rights in immigration proceedings for the 1990 NILC Immigration Law Manual. Ms. Daley also co-authored an amicus brief in opposition of the planned spraying of the controversial insecticide, malathion, in Riverside County, California.

As a member of the faculty of Los Angeles Valley College, Ms. Daley taught intellectual property law and practical negotiating skills for the Professional Paralegal Program. Ms. Daley regularly speaks on entertainment law as a career to law students at Southwestern Law School. Ms. Daley also has served as a panelist on the 2006 Hispanic National Bar Association Mid-Year Conference on Intellectual Property, and as judge with Pepperdine University’s Entertainment Law Trial Advocacy Competition, as well as Loyola Law School’s Trial Advocacy Competition.