BREION MOSES is the Founder of 7 Hillz Productions and visionary behind the ReelBack Film Summit. 7 Hillz is a full-service production company that prides itself on employing quality people and producing quality projects. ReelBack is the first film summit that focuses specifically on HBCU graduates and students. A native of South Florida, Breion was a co-instructor at the Black Women in Film Summit, panelist at the Film| Music |Art| Culture at Jazz In The Gardens, iGen Film Festival and speaker at It’s Just PR Media Mingle. Breion was also named one of “South Florida’s Most Influential and Prominent Black Women in Business and Industry” by Legacy Magazine in 2020 and “South Florida’s 40 Under 40 Leaders of Today and Tomorrow” by Legacy Magazine in 2019. Her strengths include: content creation, producing, financing, developing scripts, casting, content curation, creative and strategic thinking, project management, branded content development, social media management, marketing campaign development, fundraising and more. She has serviced many notable clients including: The Miami Dolphins Foundation, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID), the South Florida Times and more.
She has served in a variety of capacities including: Special Events and Community Relations at The Miami Dolphins Foundation; Marketing and Events Manager and Community Relations Representative for Urban Communities for Hertz Rental Car Agency; and Director for the Master of Public Administration Student Association (MPASA) at Nova Southeastern University.
She holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Nova Southeastern University and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Florida A&M University (FAMU). She is also certified to help veterans to civilian society.
Breion is fully committed to helping others. As such, she is heavily involved in her community and serves as the Executive Director of Seven Hillz Productions Foundation, which provides education and scholarships to new and aspiring filmmakers. She is also a member of The Black Women Film Network, National Forum of Public Administrators and the NOVA Southeastern University, FAMU Alumni Associations, and Bethune-Cookman Alumni Associations.
In her spare time, Breion most enjoys reading, networking, traveling, movies, teaching, hosting gatherings and events and spending time with her family and friends. You can connect with her on LinkedIn at follow her on Instagram at her personal or professional pages which include: @theonlybreion, @sevenhillzproductions, @sevenhillzproductionsfoundation and @thereelbackfilmsummit.
Breion takes delight in making a positive impact in the world around her. It is not uncommon for her to go out of her way to bless others, expecting nothing in return. She operates from the Biblical principle “If I can help somebody, as I pass along, then my living shall not be in vain.”