“I am such a huge believer in what the Geena Davis Institute stands for and thankful for all of the work and progress that Geena and Madeline have accomplished so far.  It is an honor and career highlight to be on the board and to help further the mission.”

As an independent producer working with partners such as Disney Channel, Netflix, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Apple and others, Loris has produced countless hours of content for kids and family, including live action and animated series, specials and movies such as “Pretty Freekin’ Scary,” “StarBeam,” “Johnny Test,” Interrupting Chicken,” “Shezow,” “Happy Monster Band,” “Bob’s Broken Sleigh,” “Swindle” and “Miracle’s Boys.”

Before venturing out on her own, Loris was Senior Vice President, Creative Affairs at Sony Wonder, overseeing acquisitions, development, production and international co-production of children’s content. While there, she served as Executive Producer on numerous projects including animated series “Rainbow Fish” for HBO Family and animated feature “Lion of Oz” for Disney Channel.

Prior to Sony Wonder, Loris was Director of Marketing & Acquisitions, Special Interest Programming for Columbia TriStar Home Video, where she was responsible for the acquisition and marketing oversight of children’s and special interest programming on a worldwide basis. Projects included “National Geographic,” “Oscar’s Greatest Moments,” “The Snowman” and the “American Justice” documentary series. Loris started her career at SVS Inc., the former home video company owned by Sony Corporation.

Loris is on the Board of Advisors for the Geena Davis Institute, chairs the annual Mattel Party on the Pier event benefiting the UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital, is a graduate of Syracuse University and currently resides in Los Angeles, California with her husband, Kory, daughter Shayna and their pack of dogs.