Moderator: Diana Mogollón

Mogollón is an empowering industry leader fueling critically acclaimed, multi- platform content while engaging cross-cultural, tastemaker audiences. She most recently served as the senior VP and general manager of Stage 13, an unprecedented six-time Emmy award-nominated original content studio and production company, incubated and launched in 2016 by a diverse team of executives led by Mogollón, and a part of Warner Bros. Entertainment / Warner Bros. Television Group. Stage 13’s mission is to amplify intersectional stories and champion creators from underrepresented communities while forging meaningful pathways for innovative ideas and storytellers. Stage 13 stands at the forefront of creating award-winning premium scripted and unscripted programming for highly coveted, multi-dimensional audiences, having successfully produced and launched a content slate spanning a range of formats featuring over 20 projects, 200+ episodes across all media, achieving 90+ awards/festival screenings, and 230 million+ viewers. Stage 13’s critically acclaimed original series include Special (Netflix), It’s Bruno! (Netflix), Two Sentence Horror Stories (CW/Netflix), March (CW), and Family Style (HBO Max), as part of a distinct slate anchored by key multi-season franchises showcasing alternative business models while generating significant business/revenue growth and enterprise value to Warner Bros.
Previously, Mogollón served as executive VP and general manager for the award-winning mun2 cable network at NBCUniversal, the leading lifestyle entertainment cable network targeting Latino Gen Z/Millennials reaching #1 in its competitive set. In this role, she was responsible for developing and implementing overall operational and P&L leadership for the business. She spearheaded the brand’s unparalleled growth strategy across all business units within the Telemundo, NBCUniversal, and Comcast divisional portfolios.
Mogollón has been recognized as a Woman of Impact by Variety Magazine, one of the Most Powerful and Influential Latinos in Entertainment by the Imagen Foundation, one of the Most Powerful Women in Cable by CableFAX magazine, a Wonder Woman to Watch by Multichannel News, and a Top Woman in Music & Entertainment by Billboard Magazine.
Mogollón is proud of her ongoing work and allyship with key industry organizations — Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Colour Entertainment and the Los Angeles leadership committee for 50/50 Women on Boards, as well as serving as a past national board director for NAMIC.