Steven Wolfe Pereira is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Encantos, PBC ("Encantos”).
Encantos is on a mission to inspire 21st century kids to reach their potential through 21st century skills. Using the power of entertainment & technology to reimagine education for the direct-to-consumer age, Encantos builds purpose-driven family brands focused on kids 14 & under including the Emmy-nominated and Kidscreen award-winning #1 bilingual preschool brand Canticos, the adventure-based travel brand Tiny Travelers, and the Day of the Dead-inspired bravery brand Skeletitos. It’s learner-centered approach and stage-based digital and physical offerings include apps, books, consumer products, subscription services and videos, and have received accolades and awards from Common Sense Media, Kidscreen, Kirkus Reviews, Parents Magazine and School Library Journal. Based in Culver City, CA, Encantos is a proud female-owned public benefit corporation that puts diversity, equality, and inclusion at the heart of everything it creates.
An Emmy-nominated executive producer, Mr. Wolfe Pereira was named by Adweek as one of the "50 Most Indispensable Executives in Marketing, Media and Tech" as well as one of the top Chief Marketing Technology Officers. Mr. Wolfe Pereira has served as the Chief Marketing Officer of Datalogix (acquired by Oracle), Neustar (acquired by Golden Gate Capital) and Quantcast. Mr. Wolfe Pereira has also held executive roles at Publicis Groupe, Univision and Akamai Technologies. He began his career in finance at The Blackstone Group, Salomon Smith Barney (Citi) and Violy, Byorum & Partners. A passionate supporter of women, diversity and STEAM education initiatives, Mr. Wolfe Pereira serves as a board director of the Ad Council, the Kapor Center’s SMASH program and the Latino Community Foundation. He earned a B.A. from Tufts University, was a Fulbright Scholar and completed the Greater Boston Executive MBA Program at MIT’s Sloan School of Management.
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