Events
Date
April 16, 2018
Time
12:30pm to 1:30pm
Location

UCLA Campus
Rolfe Hall 2125

Contact
Nora Pulskamp
310-825-6541
nora.pulskamp@amindian.ucla.edu

Join us for an informative event with Grace Moss, NBC Director of Talent Development & Inclusion. Get the lowdown on some of their signature programs, including Writers on the Verge, the NBCUniversal Short Film Festival, the Emerging Directors Program and Late Night Writers Workshop. 

Light lunch provided.
Please RSVP HERE

Grace Moss is the Director of Talent Development & Inclusion for NBC Entertainment. In this role, she oversees multiple programs that focus on discovering, cultivating and showcasing talented writers and directors of diverse backgrounds, with the objective of getting them staffed on NBC's scripted programs. Grace also manages nationwide outreach efforts and develops relationships with community partners, such as the National Hispanic Media Coalition, Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment and East West Players.  Before coming to NBC, Grace a Development Executive at the Style Network, where she oversaw new series in production, from initial pitch to delivery. Prior to her stint at the Style Network, Grace worked as a Producer and Director on a plethora of unscripted shows on a variety of networks, including MTV, VH1, TLC and NBC.

Grace has been actively involved with numerous organizations, including Asian Pacific Americans@NBCUniversal, where she serves as a Hub Leader, and Filipinos in Hollywood, where she acts as the Co-Chair. She was a selected participant for Comcast’s Leadership Education for Asian Pacifics and Women in Cable Telecommunications (WICT) Rising Leaders Program in 2012, the National Association of Multiethnicities in Communications (NAMIC) Leadership Seminar in 2011 and, most recently, the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute Corporate Athlete Training Program in 2016. She also won Comcast's Ingenuity Award in 2008 for her contributions to the Style Network.

Grace graduated from UCLA with a BA in English and Minor in Asian American Studies.