Select Management Group is committed to driving social change through the Impact program. The program is dedicated to a wide range of efforts that give our talent, partners, and team the power to amplify their potential and create a bigger positive change in the world. Select Impact’s approach to social responsibility aligns with that of our business—inclusion, wellness, and removing barriers to innovation.
Transcend social norms to create communities that demand equality and are inclusive to all types of people.
Prioritize self-care so that people can live productive and healthy lives.
Encourage future innovators through supporting and promoting their ambitions and aspirations.
We implement action from our three pillars by organizing events or orchestrating campaigns to achieve those goals. Ranging from fireside chats with industry leaders and philanthropists, to social media campaigns and charitable giving, Select Impact’s mission is to create meaningful social change.
The Select team actively volunteers in the community and has contributed their time to local organizations including Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, San Gabriel Habitat for Humanity, Baby2Baby, and A Place Called Home.
Select Impact’s first event, “The Future She Built,” presented leading women executives to an audience of local students and industry colleagues, discussing the state of gender equality in the entertainment industry and what’s next following the kick-off of #MeToo and Time’s Up in 2017. Panelists included COO of Capitol Music Group, Michelle Jubelirer, President of SAG-AFTRA, Gabrielle Carteris, President & COO of the LA Sparks, Christine Simmons, and Founder/Director of the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative Stacy L. Smith (the architect behind the Inclusion Rider).
Select Impact hosted the opening night party for non-profit organization, Project Contrast, created to help share the stories of, and give a voice to LGBTQ+ youth across the country. With Select talent walking the carpet, performances by Perta and Vincint, and all proceeds benefiting the Los Angeles LGBT Center, the event was the perfect kick-off for the photo exhibit’s week-long run. To learn more about Project contrast visit projectcontrast.org.