Paula Williams Madison is chairman and CEO of Madison Media Management LLC. In 2011, Madison retired from NBCUniversal after 22 years, where she served as executive vice president of diversity. She has received numerous recognitions and awards, including, but not limited to, recognition as one of the 75 Most Powerful African Americans in Corporate America by Black Enterprise Magazine; inclusion in the Hollywood Reporter’s Power 100; recognition as one of the Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business; the Visionary Award by the East West Players and AARP; and the Chinese American Museum of Los Angeles’s Historymaker Award. Madison is also the author and filmmaker of the book and documentary “Finding Samuel Lowe,” which stories her successful search to locate her Chinese grandfather’s descendants in China. She serves on the board of the Black Filmmaker Foundation, the Chinese American Museum of Los Angeles, the Center for Asian American Media, and more.
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