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Felisa Israel, creator of 10 Fold Entertainment @10foldentertainment and the founder of IMPACT Learning Institute @impactlearninginstitute, is looking for participants who would like to be a part of her summer program!

The IMPACT Learning Institute summer professional development program hosted by UCLA Anderson Business School bridges the gap between education and employment and helps provide access for students who are interested in careers in the Sports, Entertainment, and Media industries. The program provides students with exclusive opportunities to learn from industry leaders, expand their network, and develop themselves as professionals through a combination of educational classroom programming, hands-on mentorship from executive coaches, and real-world work in an experiential learning environment.

In-person and online opportunities are available, and applications are currently being accepted. This organization also offers limited scholarships, so be sure to apply!

This is a one-of-a-kind opportunity that will jumpstart your career in the Sports, Entertainment, and Media industries.

After a 15+ year career in the NBA, including serving as the Phoenix Suns’ Director of Entertainment & Special Events, NBA Entertainment’s Director of Live Programming & Entertainment, and helping to start the WNBA with the Phoenix Mercury, Israel started her own live event production company, 10 Fold Entertainment, where she produces large-scale Sports & Entertainment events and consults teams, leagues, and college athletics programs across the country.

Learn more about IMPACT and the summer program here – 

You can apply directly at this link –

If you have any questions, feel free to email:

Bri Nealeigh

Brianna Nealeigh, also known as Brianna Emily, is a Cinema Television of the Arts student with an emphasis on Screenwriting at California State University, Northridge. One of her goals is to have her scripts made into feature films. She is interested in different facets of the entertainment industry, which range from set design to directing. She plans on having her own production company in the future to have more stories told from underrepresented narratives. She is a member of the NewFilmmakers Los Angeles program where she connects with artists from all around the world. As a part of the Events Coordinator team for Alliance for Women in Entertainment at CSUN, also known as AWE, she has facilitated events for students looking to work in the entertainment industry. She is a member of CSUN ALPFA, also known as the Association of Latino Professionals For America, which welcomes individuals of all ethnic backgrounds. She is also a member of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority.