Zoana Price is an award-winning director with experience in both the film and television industry. She has worked for WAGA (Fox 5), WGNX, Turner Sports, Tyler Perry Studios, Reuben Cannon Entertainment and Comcast. In addition, she also was selected to work in the Atlanta Olympic Broadcasting Center, two Super Bowls, and is listed in Who’s Who in Black Atlanta. She received a Telly Award for directing the talk show About Men with Zola and her directorial film debut “Never Alone”, landed her a Best Short Film Award at the GA Entertainment Gala and the audience favorite award at The Bronze Lens Film Festival in conjunction with the 11-Eleven-11 project. She also directed the film “Hummingbird” and the Metro Cafe TV Show.
She is co-founder of the non-profit organization Empowering Young Entertainers, which teaches students to produce their own media projects. They offer camps, events, and internships in Atlanta and her hometown, Denver.
She currently works for Georgia State University as a Student Media Advisor and works with students on 5 campuses helping them develop content for multiple platforms including podcasts, newspapers, and the web. She also freelances as a director and content developer and is the owner of ClassZ Studios.
Zoana holds a Bachelor of Arts in Radio, TV and Film Production from Clark Atlanta University and has a Master of Science degree in Entertain