Join NFMLA & Pipelines for a virtual conversation with top industry leaders in HR & Talent Acquisition across entertainment and creative industries.
HR and Development Executives at top entertainment and creative companies discuss their insight and applicable tips on how to best prepare and represent yourself when entering the workforce, interviewing, or deciding/making your next career move.
Below are the people involved:
Moderator: Shari Holly, Director of Operations | Pipelines at Prettybird
Panelist: Suzanne Rosenthal, Vice President of Talent Acquisition | ViacomCBS
Panelist: Tamika Lamison, Program Director | CDDP- Commercial Directors Diversity Program
Panelist: Heidi Espejo, Associate Director of Talent | Saatchi & Saatchi
Panelist: Lisa Buch, Vice President of Talent Acquisition at Paramount Pictures + West Coast ViacomCBS Media Networks
Attendees will be able to ask questions! More information and tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nfmla-and-pipelines-panel-studio-network-and-commercial-opportunities-tickets-106029739806
Once you purchase a ticket, we will send you an email with ZOOM login information to the April 29th, NFMLA Interview Series. If you don’t already have the ZOOM APP you can download it on your computer or phone. Visit https://zoom.us/download to find “Zoom Mobile Apps” and download it. Zoom can be downloaded from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
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