KAREN COVELL is a television producer, Director of the Hollywood Prayer Network (HPN) and co-founder and producer for JC Productions, an independent television and music production company.
Ms. Covell has had extensive experience producing TV specials, documentaries and children’s programming;
As Head of Development at Penthouse Presentations, a TV production company (not affiliated with the magazine), Ms. Covell created and developed both TV movies and series concepts. She was the assistant to the Executive Producer for a CBS-TV movie The Two Lives of Carol Letner, and co-writer and assistant editor for Players or Pawns, a sports documentary which won Best Documentary at the San Francisco Film Festival.
Ms. Covell was also the producing director of the 8th Annual Women in Film Festival in Los Angeles. Prior to that event she was one of the founders of Kino Women International (KIWI), an international women’s film federation at the Moscow Film Festival and in Georgia, Soviet Union. She has also been booking producer for TV specials and fundraisers, booking celebrities and interviewees for the American Heart Association, the American Lung Cancer Association and World Vision International. She also served as the interim Theatre Manager for the Mark Taper Forum.
As the Founding Director of the Hollywood Prayer Network, Ms. Covell also speaks and teaches around the country to Christians on how to stop hating Hollywood and boycotting its products, but instead pray for the people in the entertainment industry. She is also a published co-author of two books with her husband Jim and their writing partner Victorya Rogers. They are entitled, “How To Talk About Jesus Without Freaking Out” and “The Day I Met God,” both available through Random House Publishers and at Amazon.com. She is a member of the Producers Guild of America, a founding member of PREMISE, and a board member of the Biola University Entertainment Task Force. She is a graduate of USC with a BA in Producing. Karen is married to her best pal Jim, a composer. They are the proud parents of two Wonder Boys - 21 year old Christopher, a Jr. at the Dodge Film School at Chapman University, and 16 year old Cameron, a Jr. at the LA County High School for the Arts. For more info: www.KarenCovell.com - www.hollywoodprayernetwork.org
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