TWO TWELVE TEAM
SCOTT R. FELDMAN
Founder + President
“Hey, I don’t have all the answers. In life, to be honest, I’ve failed as much as I’ve succeeded. But I love my wife, I love my life. And I wish you my kind of success.”
– Dicky Fox (Jerry Maguire)
Favorite Ingredient: A dash of…
A 25-plus year veteran of the hospitality and lifestyle industry, Scott is renowned for managing the careers of some of the most significant and notable talent in the epicurean space and executing strategic integrated marketing platforms for consumer brands. Scott’s vast knowledge and experience within the hospitality segment provides Two Twelve with significant domain expertise and operational savvy. Scott started Two Twelve after an accomplished 12-year career with American Express where as Vice President of Industry Relations he oversaw the brands Restaurant and Entertainment portfolio. Most recently Two Twelve was acquired by Blue Equity Sports Television, LLC (BEST) and today is a fully integrated management firm working with some of the world’s top epicurean, lifestyle and entertainment clientele including names like Geoffrey Zakarian, Michael Symon, Tyler Florence, Marc Murphy, Anne Burrell and more. Named one of Crain’s New York’s 40 Under 40 in 2004 for his leadership in the hospitality industry and impact on the nation’s fast-paced restaurant scene. Scott was also named Boston University’s College of Communication’s Distinguished Alumni for 2009, one of the highest honors that the college bestows upon its alumni. Along with other philanthropic initiatives, Scott serves as Co Chair of one of the Food Bank for New York’s largest initiatives and fundraisers, the Can-Do Gala and Awards.
SARAH JANE COOLAHAN
Director of Talent + Portfolio Relations
“I think we should do an escargot & rose crawl, that would be AMAZING.”
– Me (in Paris, of course)
Favorite Ingredient: Cheese anyway, anytime, anyhow, any type…
Manager of Talent + Portfolio Relations
“Without experimentation, a willingness to ask questions and try new things, we shall surely become static, repetitive, and moribund”
– Anthony Bourdain
Favorite Ingredient: Red wine counts, right?!