Sabrina Thompson Mitchell
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Filmmaker, photographer, activist and owner of Kuu (pronounced koo) productions, adynamic media production company specializing in directing and producing TV commercials, short documentaries,world photography, digital campaigns and now crafting television docu-series and scripted dramas. Her clients rangefrom HBO, AT&T, Warner Media to RocNation Sports along with a host of amazing clients worldwide. Sabrina'scampaigns and work have been featured in/on NBC, Entertainment Tonight, The New York Times, Vogue Magazine,People Magazine and art galleries in U.S. Embassies in Australia, Rwanda & North America.In 2007, she and three friends co-founded WEEN (Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network), a NYC-basedwomen’s non-profitwhich served 80k+ young women over a span of 15 years that focused on molding young womenof color to be executives in entertainment and technology. Sabrina is a former high school teacher and former TVproducer for Courtroom Television Network and Columbia TriStar syndicated talk shows. In 2012, she went on the wildest adventure of a lifetime and appeared on SURVIVOR on CBS where she was therunner-up of the Emmy award-winning program. She served as Hillary Clinton’s cinematographer during the 2016Presidential campaign and was the lead photographer for the historic women’s March in Washington, DC in 2017.She is a native of Wilson, NC and a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Long IslandUniversity. She spends her time between Brooklyn, NY + Houston, TX developing new TV projects and mentoring
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The Power of Group Dynamics During the Pandemic
In-Person Session
The pandemic exposed the ill practices of companies and institutions of education regarding race and gender relations. This session takes a look at how various groups used digital media to galvanize their resources to force various brands and companies to make overdue changes in DE&I during the pandemic.  This same model can be used in classrooms to show students their power in numbers with modern day technology.
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