Bio: As Chairperson and CEO, N.D. Brown oversees all business and legal affairs, corporate structure and strategic planning, and green-lights projects for Tri Destined Studios. Prior to her tenure at Tri Destined Studios she served as Producer, Founder, and CEO of Tri Destined Media Enterprises, an entertainment conglomerate currently overseeing multimedia advancement, investment, and technology for Tri Destined Studios. Ms. Brown has produced over 20-multi media projects including The Call, which received critical acclaimed for tackling and exposing the torments of AIDS and the Inner City Destiny Awards. She is also dedicated to providing employment opportunities to minorities and women who are often underrepresented in the industry. N.D. Brown holds a MBA from Florida A&M University and studied international affairs at the renowned Institute de Catholique de Paris in France.
In addition N. D. Brown is an actress of stage and screen from Cleveland Ohio. She started her professional acting career at the age of 8 starring in the television special "The Villain and the Toy Shop". From then on she performed lead roles on stage in such pieces as:"Frankie & Johnny, A Star is Born, Cinderella, and Any Number Can Win". Upon completion of her Masters in Business Administration at Florida A&M University, N. D. moved to New York City to study at the renowned H. B. Studio under the direction of Uta Hagen and the Weist Baron School of Film. Since relocating to L.A., her extraordinary talents, perseverance, and incandescent smile have paid off. She has completed and starred in several independent films including: "Freshman, Sweet Oranges, Room For Seven, Q, and Jesus 2000" [which she received the honor of best actress at the San Marcos Island Film Festival and the 1st Place Audience Choice Award at the Williamsburg International Film Festival]. Ultimately, Ms. Brown has set no limitations for herself or others in the industry by creating opportunities through her corporate leadership, producing, writing, and acting endeavors.