Ms. Elisabeth Murdoch is a Co-founder and serves as Executive Chairman at SISTER. She Founded and served as Managing Partner at Freelands Ventures. She also served as an Advisor at Tictrac. She also serves as a Board Member at 110% Content. Since founding Shine in 2001, Elisabeth has steered its growth from a single multi-genre independent to a multi-company production house spanning three continents, incorporating international distribution and feature film production. Prior to setting up Shine, she joined British Sky Broadcasting as General Manager before rising to Managing Director, Sky Networks with overall responsibility for Sky's programming business, group consumer marketing and its news, film and entertainment channels. Whilst there she oversaw the launch of Sky Box Office, the UK's first pay-per-view service and the creation of Sky Pictures and Sky Productions. She began her career in television at the Nine Network in Australia as a researcher in 1990, later joining Fox Television in Los Angeles as Programme and Promotion Manager for seven stations. She then went to the FX Cable Network as Director of Acquisitions. In 1995, she started her own company, EP Communications, managing two dominant NBC affiliate television stations KSBW-TV and KSB-TV. The stations won one national and five Californian Emmy Awards as well as the 1995 Peabody Award for Broadcast Excellence. Ms. Murdoch also serves as a Board member at Jimmy Choo. Elisabeth is a National Council member of Arts Council England and a non-Executive Director of Tribeca Enterprise. She was a Tate Trustee between 2008 and 2016 and Chairman of the Tate Modern Advisory Council between 2009 and 2016.