Bethany Babyak
Vice President, Operations

My Cause

I inherited my love of animals from my mother who inspired me to become an advocate for all creatures less fortunate than me. Kitten Rescue in Los Angeles is just one of many wonderful organizations that is doing great work in this sector. To learn more go to http://www.kittenrescue.org.

Bethany Babyak is the Vice President of Operations for Hershey Cause. Bethany oversees all project details through an account management lens and works closely with the account teams to create timelines and budgets. She is passionate about using her expertise honed producing feature films to produce outstanding results for Hershey Cause clients.

Prior to joining Hershey Cause, Bethany held a variety of project management positions for both a strategic communications agency and multiple entertainment accounts. She worked for Imagine Entertainment, where she served as Story Editor and then Director of Development. During her eight-year tenure there Bethany helped find new projects for the company and developed original ideas as well as help acquire books, manuscripts and spec scripts.

She helped develop and shepherd projects though production, including such films as "8 Mile," Starring Eminem and directed by Curtis Hanson as well as "Intolerable Cruelty," directed by the Coen Brothers, starring George Clooney and Catherine Zeta Jones. After Imagine, Bethany moved on to become Vice President of Development at Morgan Creek Productions, where she eventually ran the development department and oversaw projects including "Two For the Money," starring Al Pacino and Matthew McConnaughey and "The Good Shepherd," starring Matt Damon and directed by Robert DeNiro.

Bethany graduated from Smith College in Northampton, MA with a B.A. in Theatre. She is also an Associate Professor in The UCLA School of Theatre, Film and Television instructing graduate students and serving as a Thesis Chair to select students.



My Cause

I inherited my love of animals from my mother who inspired me to become an advocate for all creatures less fortunate than me. Kitten Rescue in Los Angeles is just one of many wonderful organizations that is doing great work in this sector. To learn more go to http://www.kittenrescue.org.