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Veteran Director Eric Dean Seaton & Veola Green of The International Institute

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Two-time NAACP Image Award & Daytime Emmy nominated episodic director, Eric Dean Seaton has directed numerous episodes of hit shows such as OWN's "Greenleaf," Freeform's "Grown-ish," ABC's "Modern Family," YouTube Premium's "Champaign Ill," CBS's "Life in Pieces," and FOX's "The Mick," to name a few, as well as multiple television pilots for Netflix "Family Reunion," "The Prince of Peoria," Disney Channel's "Raven's Home" and multiple music videos. Seaton is also the creator, writer and publisher of the critically-acclaimed "Legend of the Mantamaji" graphic novel series, the "Legend of the Mantamaji: Bloodlines" series and director of the multiple award-winning "Legend of the Mantamaji: Live Action Short."  ” Eric and his wife, son and daughter live in California. You can see Eric’s work at www.ericdeanseaton.com or www.legendofthemantamaj.com and follow him @ericdeanseaton on Twitter and instagram.   

Veola Green is the Executive Director of  The International Institute of Family Development Inc.  The Institute works to help women in the Diaspora, have a brighter future. Focusing on strengthening governments, building stronger private sector partnerships and ensuring women of African descent have access to opportunity, because they and their children need all three to succeed. Veola holds a MS in mental health counseling from Springfield College and is dedicated to issues of social justice, specifically helping to strengthen families, systems, and youth to develop to their full capacity.


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