Evelyn Martinez

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  • rsvped for Diverse Women In Media Forum on Facebook 2017-11-02 21:44:59 -0700

    Diverse Women In Media Forum



    The Diverse Women in Media Forum is an exclusive one day event that brings together talented diverse women across media to meet, network, inspire and empower each other.

    The purpose of the Forum is to help women advance to positions of influence and power within media.  Attendees will learn from dynamic industry women leaders, hear thought-provoking sessions and workshops to come away with new tools, ideas and connections to influence the future of women in media.

    Program Agenda 

    2:00 pm - Registration Opens
    3:30 pm – 4:30 pm - Program A
    4:30 pm – 4:50 pm - Coffee Break 
    5:00 pm – 6:30 pm - Program B    

    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm - Networking

    When: December 7th, 2017

    Capacity: 100


    Spectra - Pacific Design Center
    8687 Melrose Ave, West Hollywood, CA 90069
    Suite B345 (3rd Floor, Blue Building)
    310 652 3933

    Enter the parking structure off Melrose Avenue and park in any space not marked "Reserved." Enter through the lobby of the building and walk towards the Melrose entrance. Spectra is located on the 3rd floor of the blue building.


    Sign up to be mentored!

    In an effort to create more dynamic connections between you and high level executives who can help you move your career forward, the Diverse Women in Media Forum will have a Decision Making: Meet and Greet Session during the industry mixer where a selected group of women will meet and build relationships with executives from different networks and studios. Please send your resume, experience level (emerging, mid, advanced), and which track you prefer (Film, TV, Digital, Documentary) to DWIMI@nalip.org.

    Become a Volunteer!

    In preparation for our Diverse Women in Media Forum this December 7th, NALIP is seeking volunteers to aid in different departments such as communications, production, and administration. If you would like to be part of this awesome event in empowering women in media please send your resume to opps@nalip.org!


    Interested in being a sponsor?

    For Sponsorship opportunities please email Liliana@nalip.org.


    Don't forget to get your ticket below!

    December 07, 2017 at 2pm
    Pacific Design Center
    8687 Melrose Ave
    West Hollywood, CA 90069
    United States
    Google map and directions
    $40.00 USD · rsvp

  • NALIP to Co-present Shorts at Encuentro de las Americas

    P is excited present a Short Films showcase along with Patricia Kraus at Encuentro de las Americas this November 8th!

    Films to be screened include:

    • Incarnation, Written & Directed by Ricardo Castro

    • Mariela, Victoria Romero Written & Directed by Victoria Romero

    • Jose X Written & Directed Jose Maria de los Monteros

    • El Grifo Written & Directed by Dan Chavez

    • The Dawn of Ancients Written & Directed by Raul Rodrigo Venegas

    Encuentro de las Américas features three weeks of artistic exchange, cross-company co-creation, and presented performances, in repertory, including a one weekend-long international convening of leading Latinx and Latin American theatre makers produced by the Latinx Theatre Commons.

    Twenty-five participating companies and individual artists will join the Latino Theater Company during the three-week residency at The Los Angeles Theatre Center to share creative methodologies that will culminate in a performance of co-created new work on the last day of the festival. This unique opportunity allows participants and audiences to take an in-depth look at the range of aesthetic diversity in our work.

    Encuentro 2017 will be held at the historic Los Angeles Theatre Center, a multi-theatre complex in downtown Los Angeles, California, USA with a total of five performance spaces. The festival will form the centerpiece of the 2017 LATC fall season and will provide a venue for the 2017 Latinx Theatre Commons convening.

    For more info visit: https://www.encuentrodelasamericas.org