Stacey Abrams, a political figure and former Georgia legislator, is making waves in the entertainment industry with the expansion of her production company, Sage Works Productions. On February 13, 2024, it was announced that Adriana Martínez Barrón, former VP at CBS Drama Series Development, would be joining the team as the Head of Film and Television.
Expanding Horizons: A New Era for Sage Works Productions
Founded in 2020, Sage Works Productions has been steadily growing its slate and reach in the realm of creating vibrant and dynamic stories that inspire and transform. With the addition of Martínez Barrón, the company is poised to delve deeper into the world of film and television, further championing diverse and progressive narratives.
Adriana Martínez Barrón: A Force for Diversity and Progress
Martínez Barrón brings with her a wealth of experience, having spent years advocating for diverse and progressive stories at CBS Drama Series Development. Her unique perspective and commitment to representation make her an invaluable asset to Sage Works Productions, as they continue to push boundaries and challenge the status quo in entertainment.
Stacey Abrams: A Trailblazer in Politics and Entertainment
Stacey Abrams, the founder of Sage Works Productions, is no stranger to breaking barriers. Known for her tireless work in combating voter suppression, Abrams has been nominated for an Emmy for her voice-over performance in 'black-ish' and was shortlisted for Joe Biden's VP slot in 2020. She also starred in the Amazon Prime Video documentary 'All In: The Fight for Democracy', which shed light on the ongoing voter suppression crisis in America.
With the expansion of Sage Works Productions, Abrams and Martínez Barrón are set to make an even greater impact in both the political and entertainment spheres, using the power of storytelling to drive change and inspire audiences worldwide.
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