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Gemma graduated from Point Park University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. She also completed a broadcasting certificate from the University of Pittsburgh’s summer intensive program in London, UK in 2016. She then went on to work at Pittsburgh, PA based casting company, Nancy Mosser Casting (Perks of Being A Wallflower, Concussion, American Pastoral, Mindhunter) before moving to Los Angeles, CA in 2017.
She now works as a Coordinator to two-time Academy Award nominated Actor, Producer, and Humanitarian, Djimon Hounsou, and doubles as the Operations Coordinator to both his production company, Fanaticus Entertainment, and his nonprofit, Djimon Hounsou Foundation.
She previously worked at entertainment talent agency, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), as an Executive Assistant in the Communications and Global Branding departments. In June 2019, she was selected as an “Emerging Content Creator” by The National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP) where she was awarded a producing scholarship. Shortly after in 2019, she co-founded Womxn Can: A Collective for BIPOC Womxn in Film and Television and doubles as Creative Director for the collective. In June 2020, she joined the Junior Hollywood Radio and Television Society. Additionally, she freelances as a production, casting, and talent assistant/coordinator (2015 – present).
- Co-founder & Creative Director, Womxn Can: A Collective for BIPOC Women in Film & Television
- Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Point Park University
- Broadcasting certificate from the University of Pittsburgh’s summer intensive program in London, UK
- Former Executive Assistant at Creative Artist Agency (CAA)
- Creative Artist Agency (CAA) alumna
- 2019 recipient of the Emerging Content Creator Scholarship from The National Association of Latino Independent Producers (NALIP)
- Operations Coordinator, Fanaticus Entertainment and Djimon Hounsou Foundation
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