Munika Lay

Munika Lay is Vice President of Film at Miramax and co-founder of the Center for Intersectional Media and Entertainment (CIME /see-me/). She joined Miramax from MGM, where she worked on such legendary franchises as Legally Blonde and Candyman. Prior to that, Munika was an executive at Paramount and Warner Bros., and she launched her career at QED International and WME. As an independent producer, Munika's credits include The Art of Self-Defense and the documentary Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project. Munika hails from Long Beach, California, and she earned her MBA from USC’s Marshall School of Business and her BA from Stanford University.