Neeha Curtis

Neeha Curtis

Chief Communications and Marketing Officer - Jugo

Neeha Curtis is a seasoned communications professional with two decades of experience in media strategy, communications, and technology. She specializes in developing Trustworthy and Responsible AI frameworks and principles, with a particular focus on crisis and corporate communications. Neeha's work centers on integrating ethical AI practices to strengthen communication strategies to protect brand reputation and ensure corporations are prepared for the future.

As the Chief Communications and Marketing Officer at Jugo, Neeha spearheaded global communication and marketing strategies for an immersive communication platform built using NVIDIA AI, AWS, and Unreal Engine 5. She positioned Jugo as an AI-driven, immersive streaming platform designed to make digital connections as meaningful as face-to-face interactions.

Neeha's extensive background includes roles as a morning news anchor and executive producer, where she successfully expanded and rebranded news programs, leading to increased viewership and revenue. Throughout her career, she has worked with top-tier media outlets such as CBS News, Eye Opener TV, and NBC News. As a news anchor, she has covered major markets like Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., and Cleveland. Additionally, Neeha has contributed to NBC Olympics, USA Today Live, BBC, and ABC News.

As an adjunct professor for the Graduate Program in Mass Communications at Syracuse University, Neeha focuses on critical topics such as AI ethics, disinformation, media economics, privacy, data, and consent issues.  Neeha's commentary has been featured in The Daily Show, CNN, Fox News, and Forbes. She has also been a speaker at notable events such as Event Tech Live, Future of Work, and Experiential Marketing, sharing her knowledge and expertise with diverse audiences.

Neeha holds a Master's in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, one of the world's leading schools of communication, and a Bachelor's in English with a Minor in Philosophy and Ethics from The College of New Jersey.