Maurita Coley Flippin, Esq., MMTC’s President, and CEO
Maurita Coley Flippin, Esq., MMTC’s President, and CEO, is a lawyer, social impact leader, and former media executive with extensive experience in media, telecom, and internet law and policy, and business operations. Immediately, prior to MMTC, she served as the chief executive officer of Capital Area Asset Builders, a leading nonprofit in community economic development and asset building in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Previously, she served on the executive management team of BET Holdings, Inc. (now Viacom, Inc.), owner and operator of the BET Cable Networks with authority over legal affairs and later over television production operations. Coley is a former partner with the Davis Wright Tremaine and the Cole, Raywid & Braverman law firms, where she represented cable television programmers and distributors and other media and entertainment businesses. She holds a B.A. in Mass Communications from Michigan State University and a law degree from Georgetown Law where she has been the recipient of the Law Center’s highest honors. Passionate about media and diversity, Coley has been an investor in several award-winning independent films produced by filmmakers of color.
Friday, August 14
12:00 PM EST
Technology / Broadband
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