On February 2, 2017, Jarvee Hutcherson, President of the Multicultural Motion Picture Association (MMPA) was honored by the Multicultural Community Production Association Diversity Legacy Award. The Multicultural Community Production Association (MCPA) in conjunction with the City Club Los Angeles, A Member of the Club Corp Family… honored JARVEE HUTCHERSON with the DIVERSITY LEGACY AWARD presented by Tina T. Phillips, Partnership Strategist for the MCPA.
The award was presented in recognition of his Lifetime Achievement for Advocacy Television/Film Diversity for over 25 years. The Inaugural Diversity Recognition was held on the 51st floor of the private Club, Downtown Los Angeles.
For the past 24 years, the Multicultural Motion Picture Association (MMPA), under the strong leadership of its President, Jarvee E. Hutcherson has served as a dynamic voice for the TV and Motion Picture diversity movement. As Executive Producer of the Annual Diversity Awards, honoring distinguished achievement in diversity in Television and the Cinematic Arts, Hutcherson and the MMPA continue to honor the stories and story-tellers: actors, writers, directors, producers and those who dare to create complex and compelling stories across the diverse spectrum of society.
Some of the guest and members on hand were: Priscilla Valldejuli/Agent, Dr. Natalie Sanders/ Larry Ahlquist/ GM City Club, Tina Phillips, Partner, MCPA.
About MCPA: The MCPA is an association benefiting upcoming multicultural, multi-ethnic artists in various fields of media, entertainment and fine arts. Its mission is to grant access to its members to do business with professionals in community events, television and film promotions for low cost and low risk projects and budgets. For more information visit http://www.mcpa-promo.com
EDITOR’S NOTE: Congratulations to our dearest friend Jarvee Hutcherson for this amazing honor. We wish him the best in his life and career.