Aaron Broder

Aaron Broder

Co-Founder

Evolve Media Corp.

Aaron Broder is co-founder of Evolve Media, a unique media company unparalleled in its ability to offer brands a complete solution to online advertising. In 2000, Aaron transitioned into the world of online ad sales when he co-founded and became CEO of Gorilla Nation Media, LLC, the world's largest online branded sales company and a division of Evolve Media. In 2004, Aaron advanced in the digital world by developing AtomicOnline, a diversified online media company that develops leading consumer Internet brands such as SheKnows.com and Craveonline.com. Aaron recently brought Gorilla Nation and AtomicOnline together under one banner company, Evolve Media. Evolve's primary mission is to provide marketers with unique, integrated creative programs across branded consumer content sites, allowing brands to engage with a passionate, influencer audience. To drive the best results we offer best-in-class integration and creative solutions tailored to specific brand objectives.

Aaron began his career at the William Morris Agency, a Hollywood Talent Agency, and co-founded Celebrity Blvd. Graduated UCSB, 1991; M.B.A from University of Wisconsin at Madison, 1993 & J.D. U.C.L.A. He co-founded Gorilla Nation in 2001 along with his business partner Brian Fitzgerald. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and three children.

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