AEG's ASCSC Foundation, National Association of Black Female Executives in Music & Entertainment (NABFEME) and Women Helping Women in Entertainment Host Eighth Annual Women in Entertainment Luncheon
The sold-out eighth annual Women in Entertainment Luncheon (Film, TV, Music, Sports, and Fashion), Winter Wonderland, presented by Coca-Cola, Los Angeles Lakers, City National Bank and One Hope Wine welcomed 200 top female executives in the entertainment industry for an empowering afternoon of networking and discussion on Dec. 2 at Dignity Health Sports Park.
The event was hosted by AEG’s ASCSC Foundation, National Association of Black Female Executives in Music and Entertainment, Inc. (NABFEME Los Angeles) and Women Helping Women in Entertainment.
“The Women in Entertainment Luncheon provides networking opportunities for female executives and facilitates conversations that address issues and trends affecting women working in the entertainment industry,” said Tamala Lewis, Women in Entertainment Luncheon Founder and AEG’s Dignity Health Sports Park Center Community Affairs and Foundation Senior Director.
The 2021 event featured a panel moderated by Pat Shields (Black Dot, LLC.) highlighting entertainment executives Angela Bundrant (EVP, Brand Strategy Rogers & Cowan PMK), Towalame Austin (EVP, Philanthropy And Social Impact Sony Music Group), Yolanda “Yo-Yo” Whitaker (Legendary Hip Hop Artist And Philanthropist) and Stacy Benaderet (VP, Special Events Sales & Marketing AEG).
Festivities also featured special recognition of D Nice (Club Quarantine) and Jon Platt (Chairman and CEO Sony Publishing) for their outstanding dedication for giving hope and inspiration to others as well as a live performance by recording artist Ryck Jane and celebrity DJ Jiji Sweet.