Kadon Douglas is the Executive Director of BIPOC TV and Film, a Toronto-based national nonprofit and grassroots movement advocating for racial equity, Indigenous sovereignty and decent work practices in the film and TV sector. BIPOC TV and Film operates HireBIPOC—an online bilingual staffing resource connecting employers with Black, Indigenous and racialized above and below-the-line screen media professionals from across Canada. BIPOC TV and Film also hosts talent development programming and networking events, and works in solidarity with community and industry stakeholders and allies to advance commitments to antiracism, reconciliation, and economic justice. Prior to BIPOC TV and Film, Kadon led marketing and communication strategies at The Creative School at Toronto Metropolitan University and Women in Film and Television. She is also a two-time fellow of the Hot Docs International Film Festival and has a background in documentary filmmaking. Kadon sits on the boards of the Future of Film Showcase and the Canadian Independent Screen Fund for BIPOC Creators.