Board of Directors
Prior to joining Fox Television Stations, Inc., Buranasakorn had fifteen years experience in human resources, including various positions within such diverse industries as textiles, banking and retail. As a member of the Management Training Program, she began her career in administration in 1975 at the J.W. Robinson Company. Buranasakorn currently serves on the Board of Directors of The Imagen Foundation and the Corporate Advisory Committee for the County of Los Angeles Human Relations Commission. She is a graduate of the University of Chile, with a master’s degree in social science. A native of Santiago, Chile, Buranasakorn and her family reside in Woodland Hills.
A National Emmy Award nominee, Enrique also worked for USA and Univision, and earned a MFA in Broadcast Journalism as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Miami and a MBA from the Kellogg School of Management.
In her position, Mendoza develops and oversees CBS’s new comedy projects. She has been involved in the development of many of the Network’s hit comedies including THE BIG BANG THEORY, 2 BROKE GIRLS, MOM and MIKE & MOLLY. She is currently working on the new fall series LIFE IN PIECES and ANGEL FROM HELL.
Mendoza joined the CBS comedy development department in September 1996 as an assistant to Trilling. She was named Supervisor, Comedy Development in June 1998, was promoted to Manager, Comedy Development in June 2000 and Director, Comedy Development in September 2001.
Mendoza serves on the Board of the Imagen Foundation, an organization that encourages the positive portrayal of Hispanics in all forms of the entertainment media. Mendoza is a graduate of UCLA with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies.