Susan Nessanbaum-Goldberg most recently produced the reboot of CW’s Whose Line Is It Anyway?, now in its 7th season.
She also served as Co-Executive Producer of YouTube's first original sitcom The Part-Timers for Generate and Defy Media.
Additionally, her credits include Supervising Producer on the Hulu hit The 4-to-9’ers and The Reality Project: 24 Hours of Dirty Weather for The Climate Reality Project on Ustream.
An Emmy-nominated Supervising Producer for Nick Jr.’s The Fresh Beat Band, she was Executive-in-Charge of Production for Crosswords, Soap Talk, NBC’s Deal or No Deal, Starface and But Can They Sing?, as well as many other series and specials.
Nessanbaum-Goldberg began her production career with Compact Video, facilitating the introduction of the first video production trucks to film lots and air-pack location shoots around the world.
She also worked for Brillstein-Grey, Carsey-Werner, Witt-Thomas-Harris and on numerous network in-house productions with a dual role of Associate Producer and Producer.
As Vice President of Production for Sony Pictures Television focusing on syndication and cable, Nessanbaum-Goldberg oversaw single-camera and multi-camera film and television shows in every genre.
She served as Secretary on the Executive Committee for two years after functioning as Treasurer for five years. Her previous leadership capacities for the Television Academy include Governor of the Production Executives’ Peer Group and co-chairing the Diversity and Primetime Awards Committees.