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October 01, 2018

Judalina Neira, Writers

Currently a Co-Executive Producer on the Greg Berlanti-produced Netflix series The Girls on the Bus, Judalina Neira grew up on military bases in Virginia, Maryland, California and Hawaii. She went on to earn her BFA in Creative Writing at Boston's Emerson College. Judalina soon after relocated to New York City where she worked as a music business talent scout, collaborating with artists like Lady Gaga and Lana Del Rey.

Judalina segued into TV writing when she joined the staff of the VH1 dance drama, Hit the Floor. She has since written on Amazon's Daisy Jones and the Six and the CW's The Flash. Her original music drama pilot, Spotlight, was developed at NBC with Lionsgate TV Studios and producer Christina Aguilera.

Judalina is a proud alumnus of both NBC's Writers on the Verge fellowship and ABC/NBC's National Hispanic Media Coalition's television writing program.

updated 12.16.19

Currently a Co-Executive Producer on the Greg Berlanti-produced Netflix series The Girls on the Bus, Judalina Neira grew up on military bases in Virginia, Maryland, California and Hawaii. She went on to earn her BFA in Creative Writing at Boston's Emerson College. Judalina soon after relocated to New York City where she worked as a music business talent scout, collaborating with artists like Lady Gaga and Lana Del Rey.

Judalina segued into TV writing when she joined the staff of the VH1 dance drama, Hit the Floor. She has since written on Amazon's Daisy Jones and the Six and the CW's The Flash. Her original music drama pilot, Spotlight, was developed at NBC with Lionsgate TV Studios and producer Christina Aguilera.

Judalina is a proud alumnus of both NBC's Writers on the Verge fellowship and ABC/NBC's National Hispanic Media Coalition's television writing program.

updated 12.16.19

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