Geraldine Moriba was named vice president for diversity & inclusion at CNN Worldwide. Moriba is an Emmy-award winning producer who led CNN’s “In America” documentary team in the creation of 11 documentaries in two years. The shows focused on underserved communities.
Moriba joined CNN in 2010. Prior, she spent 16 years at NBC News where she served as senior producer for Broadcast Standards, monitoring news reports on all NBC platforms. She also produced award winning long form and breaking news stories. And she was the co-chair for NBC News’ Diversity Council. In that role, she developed diversity programs to support leadership development and diverse content across NBC News programming.
Moriba has won five prestigious Emmy awards, an Alfred I. DuPont Award and two Peabody Awards. She has also received two RTNDA-Unity Awards, two Newswomen’s New York Front Page News Feature Awards, two National Association of Black Journalists First Place Documentary Awards, four New York Association of Black Journalists awards, four New York Film Festival Awards, the US Films Video Festival Silver Screen Award, two National Headliner Awards, the “Chris” Award of the Columbus International Film and Video Festival and a Nancy Susan Reynolds Informational Documentary Finalist Award.