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Okema T. Moore

Okema T. Moore is an actress, producer, writer and director who started as a child actor on Sesame Street. These experiences include an EMMY Nomination, being accepted into the Producer’s Guild of America, premiering at Tribeca, producing the award-winning doc series UNLADYLIKE2020  for PBS, being nominated for Best Actress in numerous indie film festivals and winning Best Screenplay and Best Short for her self-written short film Shh... Most recently Okema produced the new BET Docuseries, Klutch Academy with celebrity sports mogul Rich Paul, starring in Bradford Young’s upcoming IBM campaign #Hashtag the Hate and Directing and Showrunning BRIC TV’s first last-night talk show, Hella Late! with Hollie Harper. Other notable projects include the American Black Film Festival 2019 Best Web Series, Little Apple, appearing as a hologram in Brian Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative Legacy Museum in Montgomery, AL, writing for the Billie Holiday’s 50in50 twice in 2020, and guest-starring on BET+ in the Emmy Nominated series Pillow Talk.

Behind the scenes, Okema holds a BS in Business Management from Brooklyn College and a Producing Certification from NYU’s SPS. Starting as a production coordinator for Food Network's Chopped and OWN’s final season of Oprah's Master Class, she went on to produce and write on Beat Bobby Flay, direct and produce branded content for DreamWorks, Nickelodeon and FOX. Okema served as the Creative Producer and Production Manager for Netflix’s genre brand, Netflix Is A Joke, as well as Spotify’s Spotify for Brands video series. Most recently Okema became a Fellow for the Minorities in Film Branded Lab for Directors, lead the Black TV & Film Collective & Wavelength Productions’ Black Producer’s Fellowship. Wrote the creative for and directed CultureCon @ Home 2021 and projects for BET, Nick Jr., Netflix’s Strong Black Lead, Lifetime and OWN.

 

Okema’s personal brand MOOREthanEnuff Media, INC. serves as her hub for personal and work-for-hire projects. Passionate about encouraging dream chasing and emotional intelligence for all creatives, she launched the MtE First Time Filmmaker Festival Grant and provided a rolling program of stimulus grants during the COVID-19 crisis. She was a mentor for The Black College Tour in NYC for years, is a teaching artist and is a proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., SAG- AFTRA, Actor's Equity Association, the NY EMMY Chapter, NY Women in Film & TV (Board Member), Black Film Space, The Demaskus Collective (now in residency at The August Wilson African American Cultural Center) and the Black TV & Film Collective (Board Member).

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