Zoe Rogovin serves as VP of Development at Bravo. In addition to her role on the development team, she is a contributing member of the Diversity & Inclusion Committee at NBCU Cable. Her undeniable passion for development and contribution of original ideas, like upcoming docu series Mexican Dynasties based in Mexico City, further the brand’s expansion and inclusion of diverse voices. Zoe has developed shows including The Real Housewives of Dallas and Emmy Award winning The Singles Project, Bravo’s first real time docu-series; she also oversaw the acclaimed scripted comedy Odd Mom Out. Zoe collaborated with her team to create the content for Bravo Home, a new real estate block for the network that will push Bravo into seven nights a week of original programming. As part of this block, she developed Get A Room With Carson and Thom which brings Bravo talent from Queer Eye for The Straight Guy - Carson Kressley and Thom Felicia - back to the family, along with the noisy new format Buying It Blind from the creators of Married At First Sight. Her dedication to multi-platform content has led her to key roles in the development of originals for Bravo's digital partnerships with YouTube and Snapchat. Zoe has been with Bravo since 2012; prior she worked in the TV Literary Department at ICM Partners. She is a proud alumna of The University of Michigan.