Claremont in Entertainment and Media is a a professional networking group dedicated to promoting successes and facilitating connections for Claremont Colleges alumni working in the entertainment industry.
Meet the Board
Greg Bryan (Co-Chair) is a graduate of Pitzer College. He was born and raised in Los Angeles. He’s an actor in television, commercials and theatre. http://www.Gregbryan.info
Allegra Breedlove is originally from Tucson, Arizona. Allegra graduated from Scripps in 2015 with a double major in Media Studies and Theatre. She is currently an assistant in Development and Business Affairs at ABC and has been a member of the CEM board since July of 2015.
Adam Faison ’15, is a recent film and theater graduate from Pitzer College. Adam is a film, TV, and stage actor and a former NBCUniversal intern. http://www.adamfaison.com
De’Jon Glover received her M.B.A. from the Drucker School of Management at Claremont Graduate University in 2015. She is current works in International Publicity at Paramount Pictures and has been a member of the CEM board since July of 2015.
Asher Landay (Co-Chair) received his B.A. from Claremont McKenna College in 2011. He is currently the coordinator at Keshet Studios (producer of the emmy-award winning series HOMELAND). He’s served as a member of the CEM board since 2011.
Jen LaSalle (Scripps) is an actor with extensive voiceover, stage and hosting experience. She is also developing both traditional and transmedia content, including two animated series.
Kate Lyman is a 2012 Pitzer graduate. She currently works as an executive assistant in the CBS Entertainment comedy development offices. She has been a proud member of the CEM board for 1 year.
Milan Reed went to CMC. He is a photographer working in Los Angeles specializing in sports, live events, and public relations work. Find him online at http://www.milanreed.com
Louisa Forni received her B.A. in Media Studies from Scripps College in 2001. She has spent the last decade working in film post production as an assistant film editor in New York. Her experience ranges from $1 million independent projects to $260 million studio films. She has also worked in broadcast TV and commercial production. Louisa has served on the New York Board of CEM since 2011.