Kim Moses has executive produced more then 700 hours of premium scripted content on traditional and non-traditional platforms and is a DGA Director. Creatively, fiscally and technically, Kim has managed well-over a half a billion dollars in pilot and series development and production all over the world — delivering on time and on budget while hitting creative bullseyes (including GONE, RECKLESS and GHOST WHISPERER which are all currently airing/streaming.)
As an innovator in the Entertainment Industry, Kim has achieved a series of ‘firsts’: NBC International’s first domestic-based straight-to-series drama with international partners; YouTube Premium’s first feature film THIS IS EVERYTHING. American TV’s first Turkish format remake RUNNER (SON); Hilton’s first international feature film, FRENCH KISS, garnering 6 million views in 6 days; and created NBC’s first interactive digital experience embedded in a scripted drama series. Kim pioneered the Total Engagement Experience © — the strategic and brand build-out on all platforms of series, feature films and products, creating new revenue streams, and increasing engagement loyalty.
As the Co-Founder of OPTIN STUDIOS, SLAM Digital Media, Sander/Moses Productions and Founder of The Vault, Kim was named to Newsweek’s Women and Leadership Advisory Committee, honored with a Women In Film Woman of the Year Award, was the recipient of the 36th Annual Vision Award as well as the Elly Impact Award, and had the honor of giving the Commencement Speech for USC’s Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism Class. The following year it was Oprah!
Before crossing over to scripted content, Kim worked in live sports production for networks (e.g., ESPN) and brands (e.g., NFL) and then worked on Capitol Hill for the U.S. House of Representatives Subcommittee on Natural Resources, Agriculture Research and the Environment of the Committee on Science and Technology.