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Jacquie Jones

Exec Dir
National Black Programming Consortium
Jacquie Jones is the Executive Director of the National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC), a 30-year-old media arts organization that funds, distributes and produces public interest media for all platforms. Since taking over leadership of NBPC, Jacquie has established herself as a leader in the evolving next-media landscape through innovative partnerships and initiatives such as the Katrina Project in 2005, the ground-breaking New Media Institute, which she founded in 2006, and the portal www.blackpublicmedia.org. Currently she is piloting the Public Media Corps, a collaborative engagement framework that includes public media stations, producers, schools, libraries and a variety of community-serving institutions as partners. Jacquie is also a Peabody Award-winning producer and director of documentary films. She has a BA in English from Howard University and an MA from Stanford University’s documentary filmmaking program. She has been a Revson Fellow at Columbia University and is currently a scholar-in-residence at American University in Washington, DC. In addition to her service on the iMA board, she serves on the board of directors of Grantmakers in Film and Electronic Media and many other advisory committees focused on the intersection of media and the public interest.

My Speaker Sessions

Saturday, March 12

12:30pm CST