MyKhanh Shelton is Senior Vice President, Enterprise Inclusion for WarnerMedia where she is responsible for leading workforce and production safety initiatives and working closely with the Human Resources team and business units to create consistent measurements, practices, and systems, as it relates to increasing the recruitment, retention and advancement of underrepresented groups.
Previously, as Senior Vice President, Global Inclusion at 21st Century Fox, she led the company’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategies and worked closely with business leaders to design initiatives to increase diversity and inclusion across the company’s portfolio of film, television, sports, news and digital businesses. A central focus of the Global Inclusion Team’s work was spearheading internal programs and external partnerships to increase diverse stories, portrayals, and representation in the entertainment industry, including the Fox Filmmakers Lab, the Fox Writers Lab, the Television Directors Lab, the Fox DP Lab (focused on female Directors of Photography) and the Fox Creative Lab: Taiwan. MyKhanh also led the development of a global strategy and roadmap for the creation of Colleague Network and Resource Groups, which led to the successful launch of Fox Noir, APEX, Hola, Women@Fox, Fox Vets and Pride.
MyKhanh completed her B.A. in Political Science at UCLA, then went on to receive her J.D. from UC Berkeley. She started her career at a litigation firm, then moved to Fox, where she advanced through the organization from Counsel to Senior Vice President, Fox Group Legal. In that role, she led litigation teams across the country, represented Fox in industry-wide litigation and initiatives, and advised senior executives on a wide variety of employment-related matters.
In addition to her work, MyKhanh is a member of the International Board of Directors and the Los Angeles Advisory Board of Facing History and Ourselves, an international non-profit whose mission is to engage students in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism to promote the development of a more just and humane citizenry.