MARY-ELIZABETH MICHAELS is the Director of Community Affairs at Warner Bros. Entertainment where she leads all corporate community affairs outreach in key North American regions where the company has a presence. In this capacity, she develops partnerships with neighborhood stakeholders, nonprofits, elected officials, Warner Bros. filming productions and city, county and state legislators to establish community goodwill. Additionally, she manages signature company outreach programs including the Burbank Time Warner Board Leadership Program and the Reach Honorship Program.
Mary-Elizabeth is active in the community and has served on a number of nonprofit boards. She is a long-time member of the Junior League of Los Angeles where she has held numerous leadership positions. She currently serves as Chair of the Burbank Cultural Arts Commission and sits on the board of directors of Burbank Business Partners, in addition to P.S. ARTS. Mary-Elizabeth earned a BA in Government from Franklin and Marshall College in Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Leadership Southern California, Leadership Burbank, and the Santa Monica People’s Academy.