Scott Schafer is a founding partner of Borderline and has more than 20 years of film production, business consulting, and brand management experience. His experience as a producer extends from feature films, commercials, and television shows to corporate training, B-to-B communications, and interactive web development. He wrote and produced two feature films – “Fatwa” starring Lauren Holly (NCIS) and Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls), and “The Way of War” starring Academy Award-winner Cuba Gooding Jr. (Jerry McGuire) and JK Simmons (Juno). For the later half of 2008 and into 2009, Schafer consulted and managed sales for Atlantic Video, which produced the daily shows Pardon The Interruption and Around the Horn for ESPN. Mr. Schafer has developed messaging and multimedia strategies for a wide variety of corporate clients, including National Cancer Institute, The Office of Childcare, The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, NIOSH, Volvo, Resonate Networks, The Velardi Group, Lincoln Financial, IFP, Claret Asset Management, Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind, Talent Hatch, King Farm Neighborhood Village, Risk Alternatives, Bean Kinney and Korman, Fairfax Education Foundation, Boeing, Referme IQ, NFL Hall of Fame GM Bill Polian, Adco, SMS, AMS, E-Rollover, Decisiv, and ADS Tactical.