Natalie Tran serves as the Co-Executive Director of the CAA Foundation, at Creative Artists Agency (CAA), the world’s leading entertainment and sports agency with offices in Los Angeles, New York, London, Nashville, and Beijing. The CAA Foundation harnesses the power and reach of the entertainment industry to create positive social change by forging strategic partnerships, encouraging volunteerism, granting financial contributions, stimulating public awareness, and providing in-kind donations. Based in the Los Angeles office, Tran consults clients, executives, and corporations on their philanthropic and pro-social initiatives.
She has also managed the company’s internship program and was responsible for managing relationships with top universities to support the recruitment of qualified, diverse candidates for internship and entry-level opportunities. She currently co-manages the Trainee Program and the CAA Global Fellows Program, both dedicated to developing future generations of Agents/Executives and industry leaders. She is also a founding member of FORWARD, a women’s committee dedicated to engaging, inspiring and developing women at the agency, and helping to empower and connect women across the industry.
Most recently, she led the formation of the Civic Culture Coalition, a group of entertainment, studio, production, distribution, tech, fashion, contact and talent companies working together to promote civic engagement. The CCC is spearheading I am a voter., a public awareness campaign that celebrates the culture of voting and inspires civic impact.
She also serves on the Board of the ACLU of Southern California and Time’s Up Entertainment. She is a native of Los Angeles and is a graduate of the University of Redlands with a degree in Business Management, Creative Writing and Art History.