Pat Wyatt

Panelist

Patricia Wyatt is President & CEO of the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles.

Patricia Wyatt is President & CEO of the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles. JACCC is one of the largest ethnic arts and cultural centers in the U.S. and is an anchor cultural institution in Los Angeles. Its campus includes an iconic Isamu Noguchi-designed sculpture and plaza, the JACCC Center Building, the 880-seat Aratani Theatre, the award-winning James Irvine Japanese Garden, and the recently completed Toshizo Watanabe Culinary and Cultural Center. 

Ms. Wyatt was named CEO of the Year by the UCLA Anderson School of Management for excellence in IT systems implementation; Marketer of the Year by Advertising Age for marketing of The X-Files, and as one of the “100 Most Powerful Women in Hollywood” (numerous years), by The Hollywood Reporter. She has served on numerous boards including: Childrens Miracle Network, California/International Arts Foundation, Machine Project, Pearson Education Digital Advisory Network, and CalArts School of Integrated Media, Advisory Group.

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