Culture House Co-Founders Want to Be Hollywood’s ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Checkpoint’

Office With a View: The production company co-founders tell TheWrap about their inclusive approach to supporting creatives’ visions

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Culture House co-founders, from left, Raeshem Nijhon, Carri Twigg and Nicole Galovski. (Emily Winiker, Anthony Artis/ Courtesy of Culture House)

When Raeshem Nijhon, Carri Twigg and Nicole Galovski co-founded the production company Culture House four years ago, they insisted that their business stand out in Hollywood as an inclusive network of creatives that advocates for “healthy competition” and a community-based approach to filmmaking.

Already, the trio’s efforts are bearing fruit. The company is producing the upcoming “Growing Up,” a Disney+ docuseries conceived by Brie Larson that profiles of 10 American adolescents, and “The Hair Tales,” an exploration of Black women’s hair featuring Oprah Winfrey and Tracee Ellis Ross that will stream on Hulu through the Onyx Collective, as well as debut on OWN.