Rob Ganger hails from the event-marketing world, producing unique mega-events made for television, generally with a philanthropic purpose. He founded Mesh Inc. in 1995, producing the Bryant Gumbel/Walt Disney World Celebrity Golf Tournament (ESPN-TV), which net over $7 million for the United Negro College Fund over a six-year period. Mesh also produced the Jackie Robinson Foundation’s Celebrity Golf Tournament in Los Angeles celebrating the 50th Year Anniversary of Robinson breaking the color barrier in baseball. Ganger has produced fundraisers for the Autism Coalition, National Urban League (Golf/Tennis Tournaments) and Stop Cancer (LA Fashion Event), and was also responsible for managing the Cuervo Gold Pro-Am Beach Volleyball Tour from ‘95-’00 (FOX-TV), the largest of its kind in North America. He has worked on promotions for World Cup Soccer and the Barcelona Summer Olympics.

In 2005, Ganger launched Pollinator Media Group consulting companies/nonprofits including Sabertec, ISA Tan Tec’s LITE™ Leather, Earth Day Dallas, The Dallas International Film Festival and Downtown LA Fashion Week. Pollinator Media also created EcoNouveau which has become a well-known brand in the sustainability world. EcoNouveau showcases the most exciting and fresh output of great fashion designers, artists and businesses, all sharing innovation and social benefit as a primary focus.

Rob was also Executive Producer of the award -winning documentary “Trudell.” The film was featured in over 40 festivals in 2005 (including Sundance, Tribeca, Seattle and SilverDocs) and had a 60-city theatrical run in 2006.

Most recently, Rob formed a strategic alliance with the Coopertino Collaborative, becoming CoopCollab’s go-to consultant for clients seeking to participate in the LOHAS/Green/Wellness Marketplace.

Rob splits his time between Los Angeles and Dallas, TX.