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PROGRAMS & EVENTS
Designing Women Honoring Makeup, Hair and Costume Designers
Power Player Breakfast: Marjorie Kaplan, Discovery
Immigrant Women: Sharing Our Voices Through Film -
Stones in the Sun
NYWIFT Annual Member Meeting and Night Out - June 8th, 2015
Power Player Breakfast: Stephanie Laing, Executive Producer,
Women Writers Redefining the Small Screen Landscape
Film Financing Day: Narrative Features
NYWIFT Member Screening Series:
Look At Us Now, Mother!
Ana, Where Are You?
Envisioning Your Ideal Career, Creating an Action Plan to Get There
Led by Jim Arnoff, a certified life/career coach and TV/new media packaging agent, this highly interactive workshop offers the insider's take on envisioning the career that embraces your strengths, skills and passions.
Maximize your options, get clarity about your career direction, and break through the walls that have been holding you back. Through one-on-one coaching, gain the tools to see possibilities beyond where you are now and strategize ways of making that dream career happen...now.
has worked as an in-house lawyer and packaging agent at the William Morris Agency. As a television packaging agent, Arnoff's agency The Arnoff Company develops and sells original programming to the networks by representing New York production companies. A certified life coach for the entertainment industry, he has led packaging workshops for the Producers Guild of America, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, HBO, MTV Networks, and the Writers Guild of America. He is also a faculty member of the School of Visual Arts and the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT).
Join the conversation by using the hashtag #careerplan
Produced by Jim Arnoff.
NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Last updated: Nov. 30, 2012
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