Join us for an evening of guided virtual networking for LGBTQ professionals in Los Angeles.
Make meaningful connections with LGBTQ professionals in Los Angeles during this guided virtual networking event. Social distancing may be keeping us from meeting in person, but you can still make valuable connections online for later follow-up in person.
Executive and Life Coach, Jim Arnoff, will guide friendly virtual networking and share ideas about you how can pitch yourself or your project better. Registrants will have the opportunity to share contact information and their LinkedIn profile link for later follow-up.
Join us for our first virtually-focused networking event for Los Angeles. We had a great kickoff with two in-person events prior to COVID. Help us bring that spirit to this event.
Please note that the starting time for this event is the local time of 5:30 PM Pacific.
About the Moderator and Guide:
Jim Arnoff is a Certified Life/Career/Business Coach to the entertainment industry. Jim is certified by the International Coach Federation and founded the Gay Coaches Collective/NYC which provides pro bono coaching to the LGBT community. Jim Arnoff consults as a talent agent having represented television production companies in developing and selling original programming. As a consultant he shapes pitches, strengthens sizzle reels, and works with producers to launch their own production companies. He practices entertainment law in television, film, and digital. Jim worked at the William Morris Agency as both an in-house lawyer and television packaging agent. He leads workshops for Veterans in Media and Entertainment/East and West Coast, the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, U.S. Military Academy, Writers Guild of America/East and West Coast, New York Women in Film & Television, NYU/Tisch School of the Arts, NYU Arts & Entertainment Alumni Network, The Actors Fund/East and West, Hollywood Radio & Television Society, Women in Film, AFI, The Filmshop/East and West and Out Professionals. Jim is a faculty member of the School of Visual Arts and teaches “Pitching Your Television Series to the Industry Pros”. He is a member of the New York State, New York City, and LGBT Bar Associations.