NALIP’s Diverse Women in Media Initiative (DWIMI) seeks to empower, inspire and advance women of diverse backgrounds to influential positions in media to improve diverse representation in front and behind the camera.
As part of its mission, the annual Diverse Women in Media Forum (DWIMF) is a member-exclusive event that brings together diverse women to meet, inspire and empower each other.
In the forum, attendees will learn from trailblazing industry women leaders and learn from sessions to come away with fresh ideas and connections to influence the future of women in media.
For the last twenty-three years, NALIP has been devoted to the advancement of Latine creatives across all media platforms. Today, we stand as the premier and leading organization championing the support and advocacy of Latine content creators. NALIP’s programs and events aim to propel the careers of diverse and Latine creatives through connections, resources, mentorship, and valuable insight about the state of media and entertainment. Standing at the forefront of systemic change within the industry, our organization works with industry leaders towards seeing a more inclusive future both on and off screen.
Kate Del Castillo
TV & Film Producer
Television Host and Executive Producer
TV Host, Journalist, Producer
Karla Pita Loor
Executive Vice President, Enterprise Inclusion & Social Responsibility; Board Chair
Banijay Americas; NALIP
Ana-Christina Ramon, Ph.D.
Director of Entertainment and Media Research Initiative (EMRI)
President & CEO
National Hispanic Media Coalition
Head of Development and Production
Senior Vice President, Unscripted Programming
Michele Sanchez Arteaga
Vice President, Program Acquisitions and Co-Productions
Susana Zepeda Cagan
Vice President of Talent & Special Projects
Warner Bros Discovery
Carla Hool Casting
Executive Vice President of Talent and Casting
Founder and Director; PhD Candidate
MA Casting; Columbia University
Freelance Writer and Managing Editor
Executive Vice President, Communications
Singer, songwriter & Sound Alchemist
Poet, Model, Creative
Narrative Short Film Incubator for Women of Color
In-Kind Sponsorship by
The second cohort of the NALIP Latino Lens™: Narrative Short Film Incubator for Women of Color, a program supported by the Netflix Fund for Creative Equity, will showcase their short films for the first time in a private screening, followed by a Q&A with the directors. Seating is limited.
Pedacito de Carne
Diana Gonzalez Morrett
Producer & Writer
Pedacito de Carne
Wait for Night
The London West Hollywood
Valet Only1020 N San Vicente Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90069
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