“Our passion and our priority
at Loud Sis is to write
and produce stories from the
POV of characters of color, and
underdogs whose stories are
often ignored or minimized.”
“Our passion and our priority
Dayna Lynne North
Founder/CEO, Loud Sis
About Loud Sis
Loud Sis Productions is the women-centered, social impact driven production company founded by writer/producer Dayna Lynne North to create space and expand opportunities in television, film, digital and tech for creators of color.
Loud Sis' Collaborations Include:
About Dayna Lynne North
Dayna Lynne North is a film and television writer, producer, cultural curator, and self-described ‘Delightful Disruptor’ of the status quo. Recently, she co-created and executive produced THE BEST MAN: THE FINAL CHAPTERS, the adaptation of the iconic Best Man film franchise by Malcolm D. Lee. Dayna also signed a two-year overall deal with Sony Pictures Television under her Loud Sis Productions banner. Under the terms of this deal, North created, developed, wrote, produced and supervised comedies and dramas across all platforms. Dayna is currently in development with writer/director Morgan Cooper and Gabrielle Union’s I’ll Have Another Productions on the half hour comedy BLACK COFFEE. Dayna was a writer/Executive Producer on the first three seasons of HBO’s Emmy-nominated, zeitgeist-shifting INSECURE, co-created by and starring Issa Rae. She was also a Consulting Producer on the Television Critics Association and Peabody Award-winning SWITCHED AT BIRTH. Prior to that, she was co-showrunner and Co-Executive Producer on VH1’s SINGLE LADIES. Dayna was also a Co-Executive Producer on the ABC Family drama, LINCOLN HEIGHTS, which garnered the NAACP Image award for Best Drama, as well as the Gabriel Award for Best Entertainment. She was a writer/producer on the first two seasons of the CW’s pop culture phenom, VERONICA MARS, starring Kristen Bell. She also wrote the holiday-themed Lifetime biopic, AN EN-VOGUE CHRISTMAS. In 2019, Dayna teamed up with founder/CEO Bridgid Coulter on the founding advisory board of Blackbird, House of Coworking – the first-ever private global co-working space designed by and for women of color. She is also on the Entertainment Committee for Time’s Up and a member of Time’s Up Women of Color, which aims to create a society free of gender-based discrimination in the workplace and beyond. Dayna is a native of Kansas City, Missouri, and a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
About Nichelle Protho
SVP of Development and Production
Nichelle Protho is a veteran producer and development executive who has produced numerous digital, television and film projects in both the US and abroad. As former Vice-President of Development and Production for Disney based POD Sander/Moses Productions, and Chief Operating Officer of its sister digital company SLAM for over 10 years, Nichelle was involved in all phases of development, production, post-production and marketing of all projects. Projects she helped shepherd include drama series GHOST WHISPERER (CBS) and RECKLESS (CBS); and pilots RUNNER (FOX) and SPARK (ABC). Additionally, Nichelle produced the Ghost Whisperer-inspired non-scripted television special PSYCHIC IN SUBURBIA (Style Network), the animated movie GOLDEN BLAZE (WB), and associate produced the award-winning documentary feature THIS IS EVERYTHING: GIGI GORGEOUS (YouTube Red/Sundance premiere). Nichelle also developed, produced and cast the ground breaking webseries UNDERCOVER BROTHER, which birthed the classic hit feature film Undercover Brother (Universal)! Nichelle is an avid soccer player and family historian. Nichelle spent most of her youth living in Germany and Japan as a member of an Air Force family, and is a graduate of the University of Southern California.
About Adanna Teemac
At the wise age of 13, Adanna realized how peculiar it was to be born and raised in Dallas, Texas to a Nigerian father and Black American mother. It meant that she liked her grits sugary (don’t @ her) and her tea sweet. But, unlike the Black characters she felt a connection with on-screen, it also meant that she liked her plantains fried, savory, and served with Jollof rice. But the closest she’d come to seeing this reality portrayed was with the film Coming to America. Adanna realized that, to see her missing half, she’d have to write it herself. Crushing her African father’s dreams of Yale, she decided to learn the rules of the trade at the University of Southern California. While there, she interned at Temple Hill Entertainment and Miramax while co-creating and executive-producing a variety talk show entitled “The Art Craze” which ran for three seasons and featured guests like cinematographer Robert Yeoman. After graduation, Adanna placed as a second rounder in the 2018 Austin Film Festival and semi-finalist in the 2020 Break The Room Writer’s Initiative. Adanna also took the first steps in her journey of becoming a staffed television writer as an assistant at 3 Arts Entertainment. Equipped with even more knowledge of the comedy world, Adanna sincerely hopes that she’s doing this correctly and asks that you be gentle.
Loud Sis Productions is currently in development on multiple television, feature, digital and social impact projects and has an overall deal with Sony Pictures Television.
“Black women will always be too loud for a world that never intended on listening to them.” #beLOUDsis
–Hanna Phifer (@WrittenbyHanna)
Social Impact Speaker
Inspire Justice Presents: Decolonizing Wealth
NeueHouse – September, 2019
Dayna Lynne North
Chef Nyesha Arrington
The New York Times | A New ‘Best Man’ Gives Equal Time to the Women
Film Riot | Writing for Film and Television
Hollywood Reporter | New Co-Working Club Blackbird for Women of Color Lands in Culver City
PLEASE NOTE: Loud Sis does not accept unsolicited materials. All project and story submissions must be sent to the corresponding department at our agency, as indicated below.