This month I sat down with Cheryl Hill, the trailblazer behind Harlem Film Company. From her early days as a political activist student to her journey through Hollywood where she became the first Black female creative executive at Disney, Cheryl shares the lessons she's learned along the way. Hear how she navigated working at companies that didn't always align with her values, and how she ultimately founded Harlem Film Company, which hilariously came to be in a white Fiat car. Cheryl's resilience and determination in an industry that is not easy to survive in is an inspiration.
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