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William Medici is a former intelligence operations officer and he is an Army veteran turned writer & producer, media adviser and philanthropist.
 
William is the Co-Founder of Elbow Grease Media, a content engagement company that develops compelling content and distributes it to the right stakeholder, on-demand. Our bold strategy, rooted in rich storytelling and sound business rigor, combined with a bit of elbow grease help drive bottom-line results. Visit: ElbowGrease.media
 
William is the CEO & Founder of Dolce, an international media company specializing in multi-platform content development, exhibition and distribution including over 2,200 hours of programming from feature films, documentaries, TV series, animation & specials to live broadcast and lifestyle programming.
 
William is the President & Co-Founder of The Medici Foundation, a non-profit 501c (3), private foundation he leads together with his wife Lisa that promotes and provides opportunities in the arts. The foundation has sponsored a number of initiatives including the Veteran Film Lab, Angelo Musco’s Illy Cafe Art Series, the Off-Broadway play entitled Bagabonds, the New York City International Film Festival as well as leading the historic landmark of Little Italy & Chinatown in New York City.
 
His writing, producing and directing work includes feature films, documentaries and television series some of which include NBC’s primetime special, “Little Italy: Past, Present & Future,” as well as the TV series “American Dream(s).” He was the executive producer and host of “The Medici Roundtable” a one-hour live broadcast focused on current affairs. Click here to view William Medici’s TV & Film credits.
 
William speaks Italian, Spanish & Farsi and sits on the board of the New York City International Film Festival. He is a member and supporter of The American Legion, The Green Beret Foundation, The Association of the United States Army, CIA Officers Memorial Foundation, Humane Society of America, ASPCA, Wildlife Conservation Society, The SOF Foundation and The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
 
He is the author of his forthcoming memoir entitled “The Spy In Trump Tower”