Harvardwood and Harvard Asian American Alumni Alliance (H4A) Co-Present: A Conversation with Writer/Producer/Director Georgia Lee AB '98 MBA '09

September 06, 2022 at 5:30pm - 6:30pm

Join us for a conversation with Writer/Producer/Director Georgia Lee AB '98 MBA '09, moderated by Harvardwood Founder Mia Riverton Alpert.

This event is co-sponsored by H4A.

Tuesday, September 6th at 5:30pm PST / 8:30pm EST 

GEORGIA LEE is an award-winning writer and filmmaker. She recently created and is showrunning Netflix’s upcoming series “Partner Track”. Georgia is also adapting Ken Liu’s short story “The Regular” for Justin Lin’s Perfect Storm. Previously Georgia wrote on Amazon’s “The Expanse” as well as the CW’s “The 100”.

With fellow creator/showrunners Joe Henderson (“Lucifer”) and Matt Owens (“One Piece”), Georgia founded Magic Quill Productions, a writer-forward production company which has a first look with Netflix.

Prior to writing and directing, Georgia worked for management consultancy McKinsey & Company. Georgia’s first short film caught the attention of Martin Scorsese, and she became his on-set apprentice on “Gangs of New York”. Georgia then wrote and directed her first feature “Red Doors” which won numerous awards on the festival circuit including the Tribeca Film Festival. “Red Doors” is also currently in re-release on Amazon Channels, Roku, Tubi, and Shout! Factory TV.

Georgia holds a BA in Biochemistry from Harvard University as well as an MBA from Harvard Business School. 

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