Carrie Dieterich has over 25 years of experience in the entertainment industry. She joined the Entertainment Merchants Association (EMA) in 1994, shortly after the association relocated from New Jersey to California.
Carrie began her entertainment industry career in television and feature film production, working as a production coordinator on several theatrical and made-for-television movies. She also served as a production executive for the late film director Blake Edwards. Prior to joining EMA, Carrie worked in the theatrical marketing department of Columbia Pictures.
Dieterich's current responsibilities including overseeing the association's research efforts and events including the Los Angeles Entertainment Summit, Independent Product Market, Digital Media Pipeline and Digital EMA Salons.
Dieterich is a graduate of San Francisco State University and holds a Bachelors Degree in Theatre Arts.