Meet & Learn About
Hello, I am Kerry-Ann Zamore and welcome to KZamore Ent.
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Counselor, University Professor, Playwright, Screenwriter, Author, Actress, Director and National Conference Speaker as well as the Owner and Director of KZamore Entertainment.
Joe Biden, Presidential Award
I started KZamore Ent as a community-based Theatre, Film, and Training Company.
I have used my education, experience in theatre, and passion for the arts to create a platform, which utilizes live theatre and films to develop creative space to inspire and strengthen our communities.
I am a graduate of The University of Maryland with a focus in Education and Psychology, a Master’s degree in Education, Training, and Facilitation from The University of Phoenix,
and a second Master’s degree in Social Work and a Ph.D. from University of Southern California.
I am a passionate writer who is also an award-winning film director and screenwriter. I am an energetic trainer and facilitator. I use theatrical presentations to facilitate training in teaching victim advocacy, intervention strategies, family violence, sexual assault awareness, conflict resolution, and a number of other subjects.
I am also a trainer for churches and ministries teaching basic concepts of starting a ministry of arts within the church: I focus on effective writing, stage presence and character development, and the basics of building a sound drama team.
I believe that illustrated presentations carry visual messages that can influence, inspire and empower communities!
In my over 20 years in church and community theatre, I have written numerous original stage plays to include: A Family Matter, Sunday Dinner, Tempest, Never Too Late, The Prodigal, Four Women, An Adaptation of Scrooge, Behind Closed Doors, Murder Mystery, and much more. I have also written award-winning screenplays: The Friend Request 1 and Shattered Pieces.
Social Worker of the Year
Phi Alpha Honor Society
Who's Who Among Young Professionals
Joe Biden Presidential Award