The Caucus For Producers,Writers & Directors Sexual Harassment Panel

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The Caucus For Producers,Writers & Directors Sexual Harassment Panel

 

(Top l-r) Dr. Gail Wyatt, clinical psychologist, sex therapist and professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA, Vin Di Bona, CEO, Vin Di Bona Productions & Chairman of FishBowl Worldwide Media, Margaret Rosenthal, co-chair of law firm Baker Hostetler’s Employment Class Action Team and coordinator for the Los Angeles Employment and Labor Group and Tanya Hart, Co-Chair of The Caucus and President of Tanya Hart Communications Inc.

 

Beverly Hills, CA — The Caucus Co-chairs Robert Papazian and Tanya Hart, along with Event Chair Chuck Fries, and Panel Chair Dennis Doty, of The Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors in association with Emerson College proudly announces Sexual Harassment…Know Where The Line is! on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 @ 7:00 PM at Emerson College Los Angeles, 5960 Sunset Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028. [Doors Open @ 6:45 PM, 7:00 PM Panel and 8:30 PM Social Time.]

 

The Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors is proud to address the prevention of sexual harassment in our industry with this problem-solving panel featuring three expert panelists – Emmy Award-winning producer Vin Di Bona, CEO, an industry leader and employer; Attorney Margaret Rosenthal, a legal expert in the field of class action lawsuits, including sexual harassment; and Dr. Gail Wyatt, a renowned clinical psychologist and sex therapist. They will help define where the harassment line is and when it’s been crossed. Join us for what will be a powerful and transformative event.

 

Tanya Hart, will be Moderator for panel. Multiple Emmy winner Tanya Hart is Co-Chair of The Caucus and President of Tanya Hart Communications Inc. A veteran host, producer, and commentator with a wide range of broadcasting experience, she currently is the Host of “Hollywood Live with Tanya Hart,” on American Urban Radio Networks’ 300 stations. Hart, recently moderated a salon of panels for Microsoft and the Brookings Institute’s Digitalization: A Road to Economic Inclusion.

 

THE PANEL:

VIN DI BONA is a four-time Emmy award-winning producer and eight-time Emmy nominee, as well as recipient of the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award for his work in documentary programming. He is CEO of Vin Di Bona Productions, Chairman of FishBowl Worldwide Media, is a national board member of the Smithsonian, an Emerson Board member and alumnus and he has a star on the Walk of Fame.

 

DR. GAIL WYATT is a clinical psychologist, sex therapist and professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at UCLA. She was an NIMH Research Scientist Career Development Awardee for 17 years. Her research examines the consensual and abusive sexual relationships of women and men and the effects of these experiences on their psychological well-being. Dr. Wyatt has testified before Congress 10 times, often on the Committee on Women and Children headed by Joe Biden, advocating for extending sexual abuse and assault reporting requirements for women and men.

 

MARGARET ROSENTHAL is co-chair of law firm Baker Hostetler’s Employment Class Action Team and coordinator for the Los Angeles employment and labor group. Margaret focuses her practice on the defense of class actions; California Labor Code Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) cases; and litigation of employment claims, including sexual harassment.

 

The Caucus supports the legislation AB 1870, the SHARE Act (Stopping Harassment and Reporting Extension) aimed at addressing the issue of harassment in the workplace, introduced by Assemblymembers Eloise Reyes (D-San Bernardino), Laura Friedman (D-Glendale) & Marie Waldron (R-Escondido) alongside industry stakeholders and advocates in the “Me Too” movement.

 

We invite you to join us for what will be a powerful and transformative event.

Reservations Are A Must!

For Reservations and Ticket Pricing go to: https://caucussh.eventbrite.com

For more information on The Caucus go to www.caucus.org

The Caucus’ new motto is “Leading the Evolution” and that’s is what they have been doing for 44 years. They have always been innovators and have helped those that just needed an opportunity to open the doors to their dreams in the entertainment industry.

 

About The Caucus for Producer, Writers & Directors

The Caucus is leading the evolution of television by providing a creative forum for Writers and Directors to explore the issues of the ever-changing landscape of content and exhibition. The Caucus is proud of its rich history and esteemed membership of television innovators. For over 40 years, The Caucus has provided an opportunity for the best and the brightest talent to network and voice the ‘creative conscience’ of the Television Industry. Today, we continue to stand for better and meaningful content across all platforms. As Producers, Writers and Directors we support a working environment that fosters, through our various programs, the best content that we can create for our audiences.

 

In addition to its professional membership, The Caucus is proud of its non-profit work through The Caucus Foundation. Established in 2000 to help launch the careers of future entertainment professionals in film, television and emerging media; The Foundation provides completion grants to student thesis productions from accredited universities and colleges. To date The Caucus Foundation Grant Program has given over $1.6 million dollars in cash and in-kind awards.

 

Current members of The Caucus also include: JJ Abrams, Kevin Bright, James Burrows, Suzanne de Passe, Vin Di Bona, Dennis Doty, Chuck Fries, Tom Hanks, Tanya Hart, Charles Floyd Johnson, Lee Miller, Bob Papazian, Norman Powell, Herman Rush and others leading producers, writers and directors. For additional information on The Caucus visit: www.caucus.org

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