Celebrating 2018 Inclusion Icons

September 20, 2018

Last week, as part of the Congressional Black Caucus Annual Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C., the MPAA continued its partnership with Icon Talks to celebrate champions of a more inclusive creative community.

This year’s honorees include:

  • Congresswoman Maxine Waters
  • Viacom Executive Vice President of Global Government Relations Dede Lea
  • AT&T Head of Multicultural Engagement and Strategic Alliances Tanya Lombard
  • American Black Film Festival Founder Jeff Friday
  • NBC Entertainment & Universal Television Senior Vice President of Programming Talent Development and Inclusion Karen Horne
  • Entrepreneur and co-host of “The Breakfast Club Morning Show” Angela Yee


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To learn more about MPAA’s partnerships, programs, and work to address diversity issues, click here.

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