Sarah Rosenberg (Founder/CEO): Sarah Rosenberg founded Wicked Good Media in 2011, after more than a decade at the landmark ABC News show “Nightline.” An Emmy-nominated and James Beard Award-winning producer, Sarah originated and developed "Platelist" profiles of many of the greatest names in the culinary world – from Mike Solomonov, Thomas Keller and Daniel Boulud to Daniel Humm, José Andrés, and Rene Redzepi. A native Bostonian, Sarah graduated from George Washington University. In 1999, she joined ABC News – where assignments took her across America and around the world. She has worked in Baghdad, Soweto, Qatar and London, among other locations, and produced reportage from the Pentagon on 9/11. Sarah is now based in Manhattan, but travels extensively for pleasure and work. To channel her continued passion for investigative journalism and food politics, Sarah sits on the Board of Directors for the Food and Environment Reporting Network (FERN).
Hallie Delaney (Executive Director): Hallie brings over six years of experience in marketing, production and brand strategy to Wicked Good Media. Born in New York and raised in Connecticut, Hallie graduated from Denison University with a degree in Communication in 2009. Prior to joining WGM, Hallie worked in the fashion industry with brands such as Frye, Rachel Zoe and Marchesa, developing brand strategy and helping to launch businesses into new categories and distributions. Hallie is also the co-founder of the Michael Delaney Do The Right Thing Fund, raising money for lung cancer research at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Daisy Zeijlon (Account Director): The newest addition to the team, Daisy comes to Wicked Good Media with several years experience in restaurant marketing and communications. She grew up in Washington DC, Ukraine and Turkey before moving to Scotland for university and graduating with a degree in Modern History in 2014. Before joining WGM, Daisy worked for growing hospitality groups Dig Inn and Major Food Group on marketing initiatives, communications strategy and creative projects through six restaurant openings. She also recently completed a program in design at Shillington School of Design, focusing on brand development and visual identity.