Adriane Hopper Williams is an Emmy award winning television producer and the co-owner of EnLight Productions, Inc. During her 20 years in the entertainment industry, she has been responsible for the production of over 400 hours of non-fiction television including award winning: talk shows, documentaries, reality and docu-series.
Following graduation from UCLA in Mass Communications and from Pepperdine University with a Masters Degree in Religion and Communications, she began working on NBC’s, first ever, daily reality series, STARTING OVER, which led to her receiving two Emmy nominations and one Emmy award in 2005. She was later the Co-Executive Producer and show runner of two PBS talk-show series entitled A PLACE OF OUR OWN and LOS NINOS EN SU CASA. She produced these Peabody award-winning programs for three seasons and was nominated for a National Daytime Emmy Award in 2007 for her work on both. Most recently she earned a Gracie award for the program MARRIED TO THE ARMY: ALASKA which aired on the OWN network. In addition to NBC, PBS and OWN, she has produced programs for A&E, BET, THE DOCUMENTARY CHANNEL, DISCOVERY, LIFETIME, OXYGEN and TLC.
Her company, EnLight Productions, is currently partnering with 44 Blue Productions to develop a slate of programming with Bishop T.D. Jakes as well as other docu-series in the faith-based genre.