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A’sia is an editor/assistant editor in the television and film industry in Los Angeles Area with over 10 years of editing and assistant editing experience. She has worked for clients such as Honda and ARCO and has worked on shows such as Lebron James' The Shop and ESL's Defining Moments on Hulu.
Joyce is a retired Federal Aid Coordinator for Florida Department of Transportation with over 30 years of experience. In the past she has also has volunteered working with youth in West Volusia area with programs that taught important skills like budgeting.
Keisha is a high school business, history and psychology teacher for Clay Virtual Academy with over ten years of experience in the education system. In 2020, she was awarded Social Studies Teacher of the Year for Clay County in Florida.
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Tina Mabry, a true hyphenate, is a writer, director, and producer for television and film. Mabry wrote and directed the award-winning MISSISSIPPI DAMNED, which premiered on Showtime in 2011. She was a producer, writer, and director on the first season of OWN’s “Queen Sugar.” She was also a co-producer, writer, and director for the second season of USA’s hit drama “Queen of the South.” Mabry’s other television directing credits include “Pose,” “The Politician,” “9-1-1,” “Dear White People,” “Insecure,” “The Mayor,” and “Power.” In 2017, she won a DGA Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children’s Programming for her work on Amazon Studios’ MELODY 1963: LOVE HAS TO WIN. Tina is currently in development to direct a feature film at LIONSGATE in addition to writing and directing another feature for SEARCHLIGHT PICTURES.
Keysha is an experienced Post Supervisor and Producer in the television and film industry, with over 10 years of experience. She's worked on a number of critically acclaimed projects in the Scripted and Unscripted arena, such as Born This Way (A&E), Bill Nye Saves the World (Netflix), Mrs. America (FX Networks), and Lost Ollie (Netflix).
Keysha is an alumni of Georgia State University, and received a Bachelors of Arts degree in Film and Video at GSU.
She is committed to educating and encouraging the next generation of youth, on the many ways they can work within the Motion Picture industry.