Andrea Thornton Bolden
Andrea is an Atlanta native who began her education at Hampton University. She studied marketing on a full academic scholarship and graduated Summa Cum Laude. Even though Andrea spent her years in college building expertise in marketing, PR, advertising, and event planning, she knew her true passion was in television.
Andrea received a Masters in Entertainment Industry Management with a focus on Television Development at Carnegie Mellon University. After graduating with honors in 2011, she began working at Jerry Bruckheimer Films where she was assist KristieAnne Reed, EVP of TV Development.
She went on to work on Lucifer as the Writers’ Assistant for Seasons 1 and 2, as a staff writer on Superstition (Syfy) and writer on The Spanish Princess (Starz), Tell Me A Story (CBS All Access), and L.A.’s Finest (Spectrum). She is currently working on Nancy Drew (the CW).
Andrea and her husband Earl live in Sherman Oaks, CA. She is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Correcting for White People
written by Andrea Thornton Bolden
Race has been very much on everyone’s mind. This is a powerful essay written by a woman with a unique perspective. Andrea Thornton Bolden wrote in response to what we have seen on the news almost daily, and she coins a term that will definitely make you stop and think, “I’ve never thought of it quite that way before.”
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