Redelia is a producer with over fifteen years of professional experience in commercial, independent television and film projects. She has worked in numerous capacities on projects on network and cable, including Fox, ShowTime, ABC and PBS.
In 2013 her film, Journey to Africa, an interactive online documentary, was awarded an Artist-in-Residence Fellowship to the Wexner Center and selected to the Film Independent Documentary Lab, where she met Violeta Ayala and Dan Fallshaw. Later that year Redelia joined United Notions Film.
Her credits as producer include The Bolivian Case (2015), Cocaine Prison (2017), La Lucha (in production) and Life Crime (in production). Redelia is head of the Media Production program at Santa Monica College, where she stimulates creativity, success and inspiration in students to fearlessly tell stories that matter. She is an alumnus of the Film Independent, the West Coast Regional Director of The National Council of Women in Entertainment and a member of the Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers (BADWest), Urban Mediamakers and Women in Film LA. She holds a BA in Mass Media Arts from Clark Atlanta University and a Masters Degree in Cinema from Georgia State University.