CMA LA: Diversity in Children’s Media Panel
March 20, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
Come be part of the discussion!
Please, join us on Wednesday, March 20th to discuss the Importance of Diversity in Children’s Media.
We have a rock star lineup of top creatives in the industry including Chris Nee (Creator/Executive Producer of Doc McStuffins), Silvia Cardenas Olivas (Co-Executive Producer/Head Writer, Maya and the Three and Story Editor, Elena of Avalor), Doreen Spicer Dannelly (Producer/Writer of The Proud Family, Writer of Jump In! and author of Love Double Dutch!) and Lisa Yee (Author of 20+ children’s novels, including the DC Super Hero Girls series).
Our panel will be moderated by CMA LA Founding Member Kirk Damato (Jim Henson Diversity Puppeteer Training Participant and Former Member of BuzzFeed’s Diversity Council).
Our fantastic panelists are ready to share their thoughts and experience on the topic of diversity and we are expecting a very lively discussion. Register now to make sure you are part of this important moment in children’s media!
Date & Time: Wednesday, March 20th; networking at 6:30pm; panel starts at 7:30pm
Location: USC’s Wallis Annenberg Hall Auditorium , 3630 Watt Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089
Price: Free for CMA members, $20 for non-members
Parking: Paid parking on USC’s campus; a detailed parking map will be sent to registrants closer to event date.