The Canadian actor plans to launch a tool to empower everyone about their workplace rights.
Senior Producer, Verizon Media Studios
Allia McLeod is an award-winning producer currently creating digital content for Verizon Media and selecting films for Toronto’s LGBT Film Festival, Inside Out. She started storytelling at the age of 12 after hours spent roaming the aisles of her parents Mississauga video store. She moved on from home movies to a professional career in media in 2005. Her work has taken her from, studio films, indie projects and kids TV to digital series. She’s worked for several Canadian media organizations, including HBO Canada, The Movie Network, and Disney XD, as well as writing for The Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television. In 2017 she helped found After Me Too, a national movement mobilizing for reform around workplace sexual violence, which brought together industry leaders to discuss and formulate an action plan. As a queer woman of colour, Allia has continually pushed to bring marginalized and underrepresented voices into social conversations and into our media landscape.
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