Makiah Green is a Creative Executive across film and television at MACRO, a production company focused on the multicultural market. Through her work, she aims to tell fresh, contemporary stories that speak to the varied and nuanced experiences of people of color. As an outspoken advocate of provocative and timely projects like Sorry to Bother You and Really Love, she loves championing new voices and supporting emerging filmmakers.
In addition to her work at MACRO, Makiah is a writer, entrepreneur and activist. She is the Founder of Black Book LA, a thriving community of over 20,000 people that connects Black millennials to the best events, Black-owned businesses, jobs, and affordable housing in the Greater Los Angeles area. Makiah is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a Master’s degree in Professional Writing and a B.A. in English-Creative Writing.