Jennica Carmona is executive assistant to David Resnicow.
Jennica has provided executive and administrative support to numerous arts and culture organizations, including renowned architecture firm SOM, where she was responsible for providing calendar support, making travel arrangements, and setting up both internal and external meetings.
Jennica is a NYC based actor and film-maker. Her award-winning feature film, “Millie and the Lords” which she wrote, directed, and co-produced, gained national media attention and recently completed an 18-month run on HBO.
As a performer, she has worked at regional and local theaters across the country. Favorite roles include Marela in “Anna in the Tropics” (Hippodrome State Theater) and Female Storyteller in “Mi Casa, Tu Casa” (Luna Stage). She also starred in “Elvira- The Immigration Play,” voted one of the Top seven plays of the NYC International Fringe Festival 2015.
Jennica has also worked as a teaching artist with the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), and the Metropolitan Opera Guild. She graduated with a BFA in acting from the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU.