SETH KRUGLIAK

Director

Seth Krugliak has over three decades of experience in the advertising, marketing, film, television, and new-media industry.  He is the founder and CEO of 5 Guys Named Moe, Inc. 5 Guys Named Moe is a premiere marketing, advertising, post and production company offering unique, creative solutions to a wide variety of domestic and international entertainment, business and new-media clients.

Seth Kurgliak's experience includes sound and picture editing in feature films and television, as well as writing, producing, directing, and editing award-winning promos, show segments, presentations, commercials and sort films.  His entertainment clients include HBO, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Warner Brothers, UPN, TBS, Tribune, Discovery, Disney Channel, MTV, Hallmark, Universal, MGM, Paramount, and Sony Pictures.

Seth currently resides in Southern California and donates his time to the Kindles For Kids charity while working full time in the entertainment industry.

ABOUT US

Through our free program, Kindles For Kids serves young readers and writers who have the greatest needs, including children in shelters, children in low-income housing, children from low-income families, children in the free lunch program, children in households undergoing severe economic challenges, and many other at-need youth.

Kindles For Kids does not receive any state or federal funds. Our programs are supported entirely by donations from individuals, companies, foundations, and social organizations. We hope you will support Kindles For Kids important fight for literacy, one kid at a time. Thank you!

Kindles For Kids is a non-profit organization whose mission is to nurture a love of reading and comprehension among children throughout Colorado. Since 2012, Kindles For Kids has begun to serve more than 600 children in communities across Colorado with a strong focus on Garfield County, Colorado and the intent to grow nationwide.

Kindles For Kids targets two groups of children from age 5 to age 18:

     Children in households where resources are limited and free lunch

    is provided
    Children who are at high risk of growing up with low literacy skills