Dorothy Ghettuba is Netflix’s Manager of African Series. In May 2019, Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta appointed her to chair the Kenya Film Commission for a three year period.
The commission was established in 2005 to develop a vibrant local film and TV industry and position Kenya as a preferred filming destination for sustainable wealth and job creation. Dorothy is the founder and CEO of the Nairobi-based Spielworks Media, an African production company launched in 2009.
Through her experience she is dedicated to developing creative talent, creating quality content and telling authentic African stories that resonate and engage audiences.
Catch Netflix lead for African Series, Dorothy Ghettuba, as she answers 20 questions in 21 minutes! At Netflix, we believe that good stories can come from anywhere and be loved everywhere and that everyone deserves to see their lives reflected on screen. Throughout the 20 questions in 21 Minutes (for 2021), Dorothy will share her insights & experience on how, through her work at Netflix, she ensures that our African stories are reflective of the many communities we serve while also reflecting the universal truths that ensure the stories cross borders and ultimately, bring the world communities that much closer to each other.