William C. Medici is a former intelligence operations officer and he is an Army veteran turned writer & producer, media executive, entrepreneur and philanthropist.
William’s media experience includes building people infrastructure and operations that drive the business strategy for visionary entrepreneurs and high-growth organizations some of which include Jukin Media, Zee Entertainment and Cheil Worldwide. In 2007, William launched Dolce, a company specializing in multi-platform media advisory, content development, exhibition and distribution and over 2,200 hours of content that includes feature films, TV series, mini-series, documentaries, animation & specials and cooking, travel, culture, music and fashion and was an early pioneer in OTT with the the channel launch on Roku in 2010.
His writing, producing and directing work includes feature books, 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)” and the children’s book series “Bijou’s B&B.” Click here to view William Medici’s TV & Film credits.
William served as the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of TM Universal which was acquired by Cheil Worldwide. Some of the clients that William had the privilege to work with include Samsung, Virgin, Corona, Pfizer, NBC, Voya, TUI, Realogy, Philip Morris International, Lucas Bols, Ford Motor Company, Dow Corning, RTL Group, Unicef, Retail Energy Supply Association, the Plastics Industry Trade Association, State & Federal Communications, Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America and the National Park Foundation. Click to view Creative Work.
William currently serves as the Chairman of the Board of Directors & 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.
William speaks Italian & Spanish and is a Board Director of the New York City International Film Festival. He is a member and supporter of the CIA Officers Memorial Foundation, American Legion, Green Beret Foundation, the Association of the United States Army, Humane Society of America, ASPCA, Wildlife Conservation Society and The International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.