The Geena Davis Institute On Gender In Media
As some of you may already know, I have had the privilege of shooting several events for the Geena Davis Institute On Gender In Media this year. It's quite the honor to be privileged to shoot such leading talent at these salons. Here's a brief look at the event and some of Hollywood's best that show up to speak and participate at each event. This year was hosted by CBS studios. Seven panelists and a moderator spoke before a crowded room. The theme was Reel vs Real Diversity in Hollywood: Influencers on-screen and behind the scenes.
Geena Davis and her panelists. From left to right: Madeline Di Nonno, Kenya Barris, Jennie Snyder Urman, Daisy Auger-Dominguez, Sil Lai Abrams, Chris Nee, Tiffany Smith Anoa'i, Jenni Gold, Geena Davis, Justice Eileen Moore, Sara Hess.
From left to right: Moderator Tiffany Smith Anoai of CBS Television. She is Vice President of Diversity and Communications. Founder of Gold Pictures, Jenni Gold. And with a new book out ("Race Results: Hollywood vs the Supreme Court; Ten Decades of Racial Decisions and Film"), California Supreme Court Justice Eileen Moore.
Panelist Jennie Snyder Urman talks with Geena Davis and CEO Madeline Di Nonno. Jennie is currently the Executive Producer of CW's Jane the Virgin.
Geena Davis giving the statistical facts of the gender gap in TV and film.
Daisy Auger-Dominguez is the Vice President of Talent Acquisition as well as Organization & Workforce Diversity at Disney ABC Television Group.
Sara Hess is the Co-Executive producer of Netflix's Orange is the New black.
Kenya Barris is the creator of Black-ish.
Moderator, Tiffany Smith Anoa'i is Vice President of Diversity and Communications at CBS Television.
Sil Lai Abrams is the Founder and CEO of Truth in Reality.
Panelists discuss gender gap issues.
Geena Davis with Chris Nee who is the Creator of Disney Junior's popular Doc McStuffins.
If you are interested in finding out more about this great cause please visit the institute's website here.
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