Impact Creative Systems, the Content Accelerator by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, Is Now a Majority BIPOC Business

Impact Creative Systems, the content accelerator founded by Brian Grazer and Ron Howard, has made several new hires that have helped make the company a majority BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and people of color) business, TheWrap has learned on Tuesday. The new hires come less than a month after the company closed its Series A round of funding with Benchmark. They also demonstrate the company’s “commitment to internal inclusivity,” Impact said in a statement, “while working towards the company’s mission of democratizing access to the entertainment industry through new technology that optimizes connectivity and workflow.” Impact has added a handful of new team members recently, including: Justin Ma as lead product designer, Michael Arrington a software engineer, Efosa Oyegun as senior software engineer, and Thomas Sieverding as lead software engineer. The company has also promoted several employees of late, including Dara Ellacin, the first executive hired by Impact when it launched two years ago; she has been elevated to VP of Operations. Daniel Unger, who is currently wrapping up Impact Australia, the company’s first international accelerator, has been named Director of Content. Gretchen Lynch has been elevated to Content and Marketing Coordinator and will work under Unger and Ellacin, while Chris…

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