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Job Posting: The Film Academy Is Looking For Someone To Fix Industry Diversity, Engage Members, Plus Raise Money

Talk about heavy lifting: The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science quietly started looking earlier this month for someone to help boost diversity in Hollywood and foster "underrepresented talent" around the world—plus, raise money. In a posting on Linked In, the Academy said it was creating a new position, called "Director, Talent Development and Inclusion." The requirements are stiff.
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