Powerful discussion on media during Black History 2022
Wednesday, February 23rd – 11:30am-1:00pm EST
This event will highlight three phenomenal women in media as they share their successes and inspiration in the industry.
Special Guests Panelist:
Deshuna Spencer, CEO/Founder of kweliTV– streaming platform that allows viewers to discover and celebrate black stories from around the world through curated independent films, documentaries, web series, kids programming, news, and events/live experiences.
Kweli means “Truth” in Swahili – our mission is to curate and create content that is a true reflection of the global black experience versus what we may sometimes see in mainstream media. Check out the streaming membership options HERE
Nadine Patterson, Director, Writer, & Film Producer. Founder HipCinema &
Co-Founder SIFTMedia 215. Nadine’s film TANGO MACBETH can be seen on KweliTV
Monica Neal, VP – Equity, Inclusion Communications, & Marketing – WarnerMedia – Prior to her present position, Neal has had a long career in communications and media relations in the television industry. She joined Turner in 2000 as director of public relations and was promoted to vice president in 2002, adding responsibility for Turner Classic Movies in 2005. Prior to joining Turner, she held corporate communications and media relations positions at Court TV, Nickelodeon, ABC and HBO. She began her career in television as a production associate at Good Morning America in 1990.
Moderated by: Jason V. Watts, NY/NJ NETwork President , Black Integrated Communications Professionals, AT&T
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About Black Integrated Communications Professionals, AT&T: We are an organization of Black Integrated Communications Professionals open to everyone. Our brand celebrates the organization’s 50-year heritage and represents the optimism, vision and determination that will pave the way for the next generation of leaders. The NETwork encourages African Americans and other diverse individuals to attain their personal and professional goals and to lead change in our communities.