Ginger Chan is Senior Vice President of Consumer Communications at Endeavor, a global entertainment, sports and content company, and home to the world’s most dynamic and engaging storytellers, brands, live events and experiences. In this role, Chan oversees a global team of category experts responsible for strategic consumer PR across the company’s portfolio including IMG, which owns and operates hundreds of live events annually; Endeavor Content, which develops, finances and sells premium film, television, theater and audio content; The Professional Bull Riders (PBR), the world’s premier bull riding organization with more than 700 bull riders competing in more than 200 events annually; The Miss Universe Organization (MUO), the global community that empowers women to be beautifully confident; and premium hospitality leader On Location Experiences which is the official hospitality partner of the NFL, and a partner to more than 150 other rights holders providing official access for both corporate clients and fans looking for immersive experiences at marquee events. Chan also oversees consumer PR strategy for select sports, entertainment and fashion talent clients from WME and IMG. Across highly varied brands and businesses, Chan’s expertise in distilling complex issues to broad and diverse consumer audiences allows her to reach targeted audiences on behalf of the respective businesses she oversees. Prior to joining Endeavor, Chan served as Senior Vice President of National Publicity and Account Management at Allied Global Marketing for nearly 14 years where she managed a bi-coastal national publicity team in addition to leading 22 regional publicity offices in North America overseeing marquee accounts including Paramount Pictures, Food Network, Cirque du Soleil, Netflix, Hulu, Sephora, Feld Entertainment and many others. Previously, Chan spent time as a publicist for the Seattle International Film Festival. She began her career at Terry Hines & Associates, a regional entertainment publicity and promotions agency.
Chan graduated from University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and minor in Dance. She lives in Los Angeles, and was raised in Oakland, CA and Seattle, WA.