Cile Spelce Elley
Principal | Executive Producer

Cile’s expertise puts her on the frontline as a lead content producer, client manager and creative influencer. For 25 years, Cile has carefully assessed people, culture and information as a journalist and a documentarian, translating the information into relatable stories and authentic brands.

A successful media producer, Cile is the co-founder of Electro-Fish.  A multiple Emmy award winner and nominee, she has created, written, produced and presented short and long form real-life stories for all types of media - especially broadcast - over the past two-and-a-half decades. Cile co-created the nationally-acclaimed documentary television series Friday Night Tykes, currently in its fourth season.

She is as skilled at producing the logistics of large and small productions as she is at carefully navigating a story-arc through artful interviews. She has built brand platforms from scratch and consulted for wide ranging industries from oil & gas to tourism. 

Cile has proven to be unequaled in her ability to grow the communication skills and comfort of key leaders in every type of industry from university presidents to CEOs.  Cile has been a communications consultant for the U.S. military, training PhD anthropologists and 3-star generals alike, such as her assignment in Kuwait.  Cile’s clients have presented on the TEDx stage, as well at international events such as the Oslo Freedom Forum.

Nearly half of Cile’s storytelling career was devoted to journalism. She covered stories ranging from the Branch Davidian Standoff to presidential elections. She also proudly co-anchored the evening news in Austin, Texas with her father, Neal, as the nation’s only father-daughter anchor team.

Following life in news, Cile loaned her talents to the University of Texas System, creating innovative communication strategies and developing and co-producing the higher education-focused PBS series State of Tomorrow.

BA in Communication, Southwestern University