WHO WE ARE
Ingrid Kopp works with Multiply Bureau as an impact consultant and also is a co-founder of Electric South, a
non-profit initiative to develop virtual reality and mobile non-fiction projects across Africa. She is also a Senior Consultant in the Interactive Department at the Tribeca Film Institute where she works at the intersection of storytelling, technology, design and social change. Along with MIT’s Open DocLab, she leads the Interactive Media Impact Working Group, exploring how emerging media engages audiences and is developing a new publication for Medium as an extension of this work. Ingrid created the Institute’s other digital and interactive programs, including the TFI Interactive conference and Tribeca Hacks, bringing storytellers, journalists, technologists and designers together to explore new collaborations. Ingrid started her career in the Documentaries Department at Channel 4 Television in London before moving to NYC in 2004 and has been based in Cape Town since 2015.
Hannah Eaves is CEO and founder of Multiply Bureau.
Her focus for the last five years has been on working with media companies and foundations to increase their impact, and she has been leading in digital media innovation for over a decade. Recent projects have encompassed media impact measurement and research, digital media product design and development, startup accelerator research, and program design. Her current and past clients include the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Public Media Company, VuHaus, Channel X, the Knight Foundation, Matter Ventures, Endless, and CUNY. Prior to founding her consultancy, Hannah was VP of Digital and Engagement at Link TV and ViewChange.org.
Monica Olivera assists in the day-to-day operations of Multiply Bureau as an associate, measuring the social impact of media, while also designing and building innovative online media products for clients. After spending nearly a decade in the music industry— collaborating with an established roster of record labels— Monica has become well-versed in high-stakes, fast-paced environments. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from San Francisco State University and utilized her training to land the role as A & E Editor at the Golden Gate Xpress. At the publication, she aided the development of creative content, overseeing a talented staff of journalists from initial beat to polished print.