Tery Lopez is diversity coordinator for Writers Guild of America, West. Previously, she was NALIP’s conference director for four years.
Tery began her entertainment career as an assistant to producers, Moctesuma Esparza and Robert Katz (Selena, Gettysburg, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge). She was a part of Maya Pictures development team where she produced 13 episodes of the SiTV series, “Circumsized Cinema”. She was co-producer on the feature film, Innocent Voices, which became Mexico’s 2005 official entry to the Academy Awards and the winner of the Producers Guild of America’s, Stanley Kramer Award. She was also post-production coordinator on the HBO film, Walkout. Tery has a B.A. in Telecommunications and Film from California State University, Los Angeles.