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Ms. Kimberly Myers

Director of Diversity

Writers Guild of America

Direct Phone: (323) ***-****       

Writers Guild of America

7000 West Third St.

Los Angeles, California 90048

United States

Company Description

The Writers Guild of America, west (WGAw) represents writers in the motion picture, broadcast, cable, and new media industries in both entertainment and news. The union conducts numerous programs, seminars, and events throughout the world on issues of int... more

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Bachelor's degree
British Literature
Washburn University

Master's degree
Newman University

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A Discussion with Aminah Bakeer ...

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A Discussion with Aminah Bakeer Abdul-Jabbaar, Professor at Cal State L.A.'s Pan African Studies, Kim Myers, past Director of Diversity at the Writers Guild, and Ayuko Babu, Executive Director of the Pan African Film Festival.

Prior to her stint at WGAW, Kim Myers was head of development for feature films, television series, and telefilms at Maya Pictures, a production company dedicated to the American Latino market. Before that, she was vice president for movies and miniseries at Fox Television Studios, where she developed and supervised productions of movies and miniseries for Fox, FX, and other networks, including Deliberate Intent, Little Richard, Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye, and Ali. Myers also served as vice president of program development at Turner Network (TNT) and produced numerous films, including Jacob for TNT, a film version of Stephen Sondheim's Passion, and telemovies for NBC, CBS, and Lifetime.
Myers had an extensive career in public television as executive director for drama at New York's PBS station, Thirteen/WNET, overseeing such acclaimed projects as Tales from the Hollywood Hills, Hamlet, The Colored Museum, and Largo Desolato. As executive producer on Lawrence After Arabia, she earned an International Emmy for Best Drama. In her role as producer/director of the public television documentary specials City Arts, George C. Wolfe and the Public Theater, A Day at the Met, and Not on Broadway, Myers garnered two NY Emmy Awards.

If you have questions or suggestions ...

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If you have questions or suggestions about the Writer Access Project, please contact Kimberly Myers or Tery Lopez at: Diversity.

Kimberly Myers Director of Diversity, WGAW
Project History:
The project was launched by the WGAW’s Diversity Department in early 2009.

Why Television Writing Staffs Lack Diversity - Ms. In The Biz

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In a recent interview, Director of Diversity at the WGA, Kim Meyers, told me that success of these programs depends on the extent to which showrunners and producers support diversity hires:

Past Events 2013-2012

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KIMBERLY MYERS, Director of Diversity, Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) Moderator:

Past Events 2013-2012

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KIMBERLY MYERS, Director of Diversity, Writers Guild of America, West (WGAW) Moderator:

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