Cleo Stiller is an award-winning reporter, video lead, producer and media strategist specializing in social impact projects.
Stiller’s latest project is a new book Modern Manhood: Conversations About the Complicated World of Being a Good Man Today based off years of Stiller’s reporting with men as they reconcile what it means to be “a good man” in a #MeToo era.
Prior to this, Stiller spearheaded health-focused digital and social video content for Univision’s cable news network for Millennials, Fusion. This culminated in the creation of an original docuseries about relationships, technology and culture. It’s the network’s second highest performing original series and has received multiple award nominations, including a prestigious Peabody Award for public service.
Stiller is an Emmy nominated and Gracie winning journalist with a background in digital video reporting — and a passion for women’s health. She’s a frequent conference speaker, most recently at New York University’s Center for Global Affairs Women’s Global Health Conference and her work has been covered by The New York Times, Self.com, Variety, Bustle, Essence, LifeHacker and a Reddit AMA.
Stiller now consults with media companies, brands and organizations to create and execute video campaigns optimized for digital reach that educate, humor and inspire viewers.