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Putting DEI Values into Action: A Conversation with CSR Leaders at WarnerMedia

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are no longer just HR initiatives. Organizations large and small are realizing the importance of integrating these efforts across departments. But how do you shift from conversations about equity into action?

Join us for a panel with three leaders from WarnerMedia: Grace Moss, VP of Equity and Inclusion; Sophia Zeinu, VP of Equity and Inclusion Strategies; and Yvette Urbina, VP of Equity and Inclusion—Programs and Content. They will talk about their experiences building programs, collaborating across departments, and measuring the impact of their work.

Tune in to learn:

  • Tactics to help you align your program mission to your values
  • How these efforts boost the talent pipeline and improve business outcomes
  • Strategies to overcome the inherent challenges of this work
  • What the future of DEI initiatives looks like

Hosted By:

Picture of your guest, Grace Moss

Grace Moss is the Vice President of Equity and Inclusion for WarnerMedia. In this role, she helps oversee the enterprise’s efforts to expand the talent pool of underrepresented writers and directors and build additional pathways for diverse talent. Prior to WarnerMedia, Grace served as the Head of Talent Development & Inclusion for NBC Entertainment, where she spearheaded multiple programs that focused on discovering, cultivating, and showcasing talented writers and directors of diverse backgrounds. 

Picture of your guest, Sophia Zeinu

Sophia Zeinu is the Vice President of Equity and Inclusion Strategies for WarnerMedia where she uses a data-driven, systems-based approach to develop and activate transformative equity and inclusion strategies. Prior to WarnerMedia, Sophia worked in Deloitte Consulting’s Human Capital and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) practices, specializing in DEI and talent current state assessments, strategy development and execution, as well as custom DEI experiential learning design and facilitation.

Picture of your guest, Yvette Urbina

Meet Yvette Urbina, Vice President, Equity & Inclusion—Pipeline and Content at WarnerMedia. In her current role, she acts as the bridge between the programs and content at the core of the company’s mission to build a more inclusive and innovative industry. Her focus is identifying talent opportunities across the enterprise through cross-divisional relationships and collaboration that result in greater equity and inclusion for all content. Yvette was most recently Vice President of Live Action Current Series at Nickelodeon, overseeing the Emmy winning Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn. She also presided over Nick at Nite’s first forays into original scripted programming, with hit series Instant Mom, starring Tia Mowry.  She is a proven programming leader with a producer background—bringing the right mix of creativity and business, and was a driving force behind iconic series like The O.C., That ‘70s Show and King of the Hill in her early career.

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Hosted By:

Picture of your guest, Grace Moss

Grace Moss is the Vice President of Equity and Inclusion for WarnerMedia. In this role, she helps oversee the enterprise’s efforts to expand the talent pool of underrepresented writers and directors and build additional pathways for diverse talent. Prior to WarnerMedia, Grace served as the Head of Talent Development & Inclusion for NBC Entertainment, where she spearheaded multiple programs that focused on discovering, cultivating, and showcasing talented writers and directors of diverse backgrounds. 

Picture of your guest, Sophia Zeinu

Sophia Zeinu is the Vice President of Equity and Inclusion Strategies for WarnerMedia where she uses a data-driven, systems-based approach to develop and activate transformative equity and inclusion strategies. Prior to WarnerMedia, Sophia worked in Deloitte Consulting’s Human Capital and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) practices, specializing in DEI and talent current state assessments, strategy development and execution, as well as custom DEI experiential learning design and facilitation.

Picture of your guest, Yvette Urbina

Meet Yvette Urbina, Vice President, Equity & Inclusion—Pipeline and Content at WarnerMedia. In her current role, she acts as the bridge between the programs and content at the core of the company’s mission to build a more inclusive and innovative industry. Her focus is identifying talent opportunities across the enterprise through cross-divisional relationships and collaboration that result in greater equity and inclusion for all content. Yvette was most recently Vice President of Live Action Current Series at Nickelodeon, overseeing the Emmy winning Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn. She also presided over Nick at Nite’s first forays into original scripted programming, with hit series Instant Mom, starring Tia Mowry.  She is a proven programming leader with a producer background—bringing the right mix of creativity and business, and was a driving force behind iconic series like The O.C., That ‘70s Show and King of the Hill in her early career.