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Magical Elves, LP (ME), celebrating its 20th anniversary, is one of the few unscripted production companies with women in the majority of our leadership. Co-CEOs Casey Kriley and Jo Sharon, along with their executive team, make it a priority to continue to push for diversity, equality and inclusion in our staff and on our shows – in front of and behind the camera. We want to be a leader in actionable commitments that expands these numbers.
Our goal as a company is to interview at least 50% of applicants from underrepresented groups for every job and aim for at least 50% diverse representation across all departments, on all shows. ME has already taken steps to achieve these goals which were realized on recent productions. In January 2020, ME partnered with HUE You Know, a BIPOC community organization, to further educate ourselves and amplify our new staffing goals to their members, and in September 2020, MEI signed onto leading industry staffing service Staff Me Up’s Diversity & Inclusion Initiative. In addition, we promise to work with organizations like Storyline Partners and Color of Change as we strive to make sure any voice that relates to the creative of our shows is represented in the room and ensure that our content bolsters our mission to provide inclusive, culturally relevant and authentic storytelling.
While we are proud to be a female-led company, we acknowledge there is much work to be done to foster an inclusive environment in our communities. Magical Elves remains committed to being a company that is an agency for change and equality.
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