Hey there! In case you missed it, I’m Akima A. Brown; a globally sought speaker, equity advocate, researcher, and creative. 

I often present on topics related to the intersections of national labor policy, workplace culture, family care infrastructure, and emerging markets. This can look like:

  • Contractors and Freelancers
  • Women at Work/Gender Parity
  • Building an Anti-racist Workplace
  • Care Solutions and Workplace Culture
 I’m available for conferences, workshops, small group sessions, and bespoke projects. 


        • March 25Panelist: “The Kids Stay in the Picture” at Making Waves Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Hosted by Women in Film & Television Atlanta (WIFT-AT).


  • January 12, 2021: Inaugural Fellow Induction, Black Producers Fellowship sponsored by Black TV & Film Collective, Wavelength Film, and Cinereach.
  • June 5, 2021: Featured Guest; Film and Family Podcast with Kent and Anna Thalman.

    Discussing the founding of Reel Families for Change and the importance of work-life harmony for workers in the screen industry.

  • June 10, 2021: Guest Instructor; Youth Writers Workshop at the School of the NYTimes with Michael S. King, PhD.
  • December 16, 2021:  Panelist; The BTFC & Wavelength Black Producers Fellowship Private Screening with Filmmaker Q&A.