President, Consumer Products, 20th Century Fox
Jeffrey Godsick is President of Fox Consumer Products at Twentieth Century Fox where he oversees all of Fox’s consumer products, campaigns and staff. In this position, Godsick leads the worldwide licensing strategy for Fox’s diverse portfolio of film and television properties across a multitude of platforms, including interactive gaming, themed entertainment, television promotions, literary publishing and a wide array of consumer product categories.
Previously, Godsick held several senior marketing positions at Twentieth Century Fox’s feature film division, most recently as Senior Executive Vice President overseeing the publicity national promotions and digital marketing units. He began his tenure at Fox in 1995, as Senior Vice President, Publicity, and was upped to Executive Vice President of Marketing a few years later. He left the Studio in 2006 to become President of Fox-Walden, a joint venture between Twentieth Century Fox and Walden Media, where he oversaw marketing and distribution. Godsick then returned to Fox in 2008. Over the years, Godsick has played key roles in the studio’s campaigns for “Rise of the Planet of the Apes,” “X-Men: First Class,” “Rio,” “Avatar,” the “Ice Age” films, the “Star Wars” films, the original “X-Men” film trilogy, “Moulin Rouge,” “Independence Day,” and many others. Before joining Fox, Godsick was a senior executive at Rogers and Cowan, where he oversaw all domestic and international film operations as well as the firm’s London office
Godsick began his career at Columbia Pictures as an Assistant Field Manager, working on the films “The Karate Kid” and “Ghostbusters,” among many others.
A graduate of Tulane University, Godsick sits on the board of trustees of Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times, is a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, and is a member of the advisory committee of the Los Angeles Film Festival.