Meet Our 2021 All-Star Award Winners

Innovative, adaptable, committed to productivity—that describes our six Dropbox All-Stars. These inaugural award-winners have made a huge impact in their companies and their communities. And we love the unique and creative ways they use Dropbox!

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Mid-Market/Enterprise Award

David Marcelino

CIO
Mazars Spain

 

David Marcelino has a track record of transforming IT services for global businesses. In 2019, he joined Mazars in Spain, a leading international audit, tax and advisory firm. At the time, the company struggled with productivity, client collaboration, and talent acquisition. Then he deployed Dropbox as the company's first public cloud platform. Thanks to David, Mazars could successfully shift to remote work during the pandemic. "Our users benefit from a simple and secure way of collaborating," David said.

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Social Good Award

Colette Ghunim

Documentary Filmmaker and Co-Founder/Executive Director
Mezcla Media Collective

 

Colette Ghunim is a filmmaker working to build access and equity for other femme filmmakers of color. Colette cofounded the Mezcla Media Collective, a Chicago-based nonprofit that provides resources for nearly 700 female and non-binary filmmakers of color to advance their careers. Dropbox is Colette’s go-to platform for her own work—and for her organization. Many filmmakers supported by Mezcla use Dropbox for their storage needs as well.

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Dropbox has been critical for our work to have the ability to seamlessly transfer, store and share large creative files through an organized platform that also is trusted by our friends in the creative industries.

Andi Scull, Founder and Creative Director of HOPE Outdoor Gallery
Early Adopter Award

Luca Paleari

CIO
Emmelibri srl

 

Luca Paleari, CIO of Emmelibri srl, is always eager to try new products and share his feedback. Emmelibri is part of Messaggerie Italiane Group, a book publishing and distribution business. It supports more than 15 subsidiaries and 600 employees spread across 15 locations. And the company's entire collaboration process runs through Dropbox. Recently, Luca beta-tested several new Dropbox products and is now planning to build a digital asset management system with the product. He hopes Dropbox can help Emmelibri become a fully paper-free company.

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Creative of the Year

Andi Scull

Founder and Creative Director
HOPE Outdoor Gallery

 

Andi Scull is an Asian-American creative director. Her specialties include branding, program development, taste-maker communications, and non-traditional event production. She's the founder of Austin, Texas-based HOPE Outdoor Gallery, and its nonprofit arm, HOPE Events. For nearly a decade, Andi has used Dropbox to bring HOPE's events and programs to life. "To have the ability to seamlessly transfer, store, and share large creative files through an organized platform that also is trusted by our friends in the creative industries has been critical to our work," Andi said.

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As a documentary filmmaker, freelance videographer and editor, as well as nonprofit co-founder, Dropbox is essential to organizing both my film footage and my organization as a whole.

Colette Ghunim, Documentary Filmmaker and Co-Founder/Executive Director of Mezcla Media Collective
Independent Award

Martin Smith

DJ and CEO
DJ Graffiti and Overflow Marketing

 

Martin Smith is a go-to DJ for concerts, clubs, and brand events. He's also the CEO of the digital marketing agency Overflow. As DJ Graffiti, Martin has shared a stage with Jay-Z, Eminem, Beyoncé, and Snoop Dogg. He performs virtually from his studio regularly, and has DJed for brands like Google, Cisco, and Nike. As a marketing executive, Martin helps companies engage their audience and automate growth. Dropbox lets Martin duplicate his highly curated music library across multiple devices. He also creates branded landing pages that pull video files directly from Dropbox.

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Small/Medium Business Award

Harry White

General Manager
Future Classic

 

Harry White is the General Manager of Future Classic, which started as a record label. It's since grown into a talent management and artists services company. With co-workers in Los Angeles and Sydney, plus collaborators around the globe, Harry has managed to maintain a healthy creative process for everyone involved. "Dropbox is at the center of our business for our artists and team, from music being created during lockdown with collaborators from all over the world to enabling us to scale from Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music to festival stages and headline shows," he said. Harry has helped launch releases for Flume, Flight Facilities, and G Flip during the pandemic.

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