CSUMB Alumnae Win Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Travel and Adventure Program

SEASIDE, Calif., May 12, 2017 – Two CSUMB alumnae are members of the Wonder Women film crew who won the 2017 Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Travel and Adventure Program on April 30, 2017.

Margo Flitcraft (CART, '13) and Lorraine Cardoza (CART, '14) are graduates of CSUMB’s Cinematic Arts and Technology Department and both now work in the L.A. film industry.

"It is truly incredible to see what women can accomplish when they come together, Wonder Women is the embodiment of that feat! The most amazing part of this entire experience was the opportunity to work with a crew of such talented and passionate people with the common goal of showcasing these exceptional women.”
Margo Flitcraft, post-production coordinator for Wonder Women

Wonder Women, a six-part, true-life series, highlights women across the globe who accomplish extraordinary feats every day, challenging themselves and defying expectations.

"The journey of working on Wonder Women was one of an incredible amount of hard work and dedication with a great group of people. Having the series be recognized with an Emmy is an unbelievable addition to the opportunity of working with these amazing stories of hard working and accomplished women."
Lorraine Cardoza, editor for Wonder Women

The full Wonder Women series is viewable here.

CSUMB’s Cinematic Arts and Technology Department is dedicated to the education of socially engaged and diverse filmmakers by nurturing the creative voices of the individual student, developing critical consciousness, and fostering meaningful dialogue and active engagement with the community.

Margo Flitcraft (CART '13) holds Wonder Women's Daytime Emmy Award

Margo Flitcraft (CART, '13) holds Wonder Women's Daytime Emmy Award

Wonder Women is a six-part, true-life series highlighting women across the glob

Wonder Women is a six-part, true-life series highlighting women across the globe