Production group All3Media America today announced the hiring of Kelsey Boxser in the newly-created position of Chief People Officer.


Reporting to CEO Tim Pastore, Boxser will oversee professional development and recruiting programs, championing diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives, and implementing additional best practices for the U.S. arm of the global independent television, film and digital production group. In addition, she will implement new internal systems based on a “people-first” philosophy. Boxser will spearhead career growth and development opportunities, including industry training and mentorship programs, designed to help address the opportunities and challenges of working within an industry in a constant state of flux.


All3Media America now counts 12 production companies and one premium content development fund among its content creation roster, with an overall team that includes development and production executives, production and post-production staff, and corporate staff at the company’s offices in Los Angeles and New York.


“All3Media America is committed to attracting the best talent, from every background, by delivering an environment which nurtures and supports creative excellence and the most positive collaborative experience for our people,” said Tim Pastore, CEO of All3Media America. “Kelsey Boxser is the ideal fit to guide this mission. Her history of leading a healthy culture of diversity, work-life balance, and opportunity is exactly the kind of dynamic we envision at All3Media America.”


“All3Media America has already created a unique space for collaboration, independence, and creativity and I hope to further shape this positive environment and bring people together,” said Kelsey Boxser, Chief People Officer of All3Media America. “I am looking forward to taking up this new role and working with the US and wider global All3Media teams to help make the company one of the best places to work in the industry.”


Boxser has held senior roles in human resources across multiple industries, most recently as Director of People and Business Operations at Pineapple Co, in addition to previous roles at ?What If! Innovation (part of Accenture), Deep Focus, and Young & Rubicam. Her passion for equality extends to her role on the advisory board of the Boxser Diversity Initiative, a non-profit that funds programs fostering tolerance and understanding of all groups, no matter their race, religion or gender identity.


All3Media America’s growing portfolio of production companies is currently comprised of a total of twelve labels, and one premium original content fund, producing a variety of scripted and unscripted content: Best Production Company, Lime Pictures, Lion Television, Main Event Media, Maverick TV, Nexiko, Objective Media Group, Optomen Productions, Relevé Entertainment, Studio Lambert, Gordon Ramsay’s Studio Ramsay, and Woodman Park Productions.


About All3Media America

All3Media America is the U.S. arm of global independent television, film and digital production group All3Media. With teams in Los Angeles and New York, All3Media America’s portfolio companies are responsible for hits that include the Emmy Award-winning Undercover Boss for CBS, the Emmy Award-winning United Shades of America for CNN, Chrisley Knows Best for USA, 24 Hours to Hell and Back with Gordon Ramsay for FOX, the Emmy Award-winning Cash Cab for Discovery, Worst Cooks in America for Food Network and Betrayed for Investigation Discovery. All3Media’s unique federal structure, a model followed in both the U.S. and worldwide, encourages the creative and strategic independence of its growing roster of production companies. Today comprised of 30 global production companies and counting, All3Media is one of the largest production houses in the world. All3Media is owned jointly between Discovery Communications and Liberty Global.