Broadway In Bronzeville

Harold Washington Cultural Center

Jimalta Hunter
Global Director
Harold Washington Cultural Center

She attended DePaul University with studies in Theater Management /International Marketing. Jimalita has received training in theater operation from North Shore Country Day School, Black Ensemble Theater, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, and ETA Theater. She is currently studying Board Development at University of Chicago Graham School of Business and Philanthropy and Non-Profit at Northwestern University.


Jimalita Tillman is a recent recipient of the 40 under 40 game changers
award, and was recognized by the Congressional Black Caucus for her
contribution to live musical theater and performing arts in Chicago.
Jimalita is the writer of Cooley High The Musical, Miracle on 47th
Street, One Mic and Broadway Soul.

National Association of Black Female Executive in Music Entertainment, Women in Public Policy, National Association of Women Business Owners, Business and Professional Women Organization, National Association of Business Economics, Marketing Opportunities for Blacks in Business and
Entertainment, Association for Contingency Planners, National Alliance for Media, Arts and Culture.