Kimberly Wilson's Media Career Was Inspired By a Rom-Com

The svp of brand and advertising at SiriusXM changed her career at age 28 after seeing a movie

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Before the credits to 1999’s The Best Man finished rolling at the theater, Kimberly Wilson was ready to mail her internship application to BET headquarters. Wilson was already looking for a career change when she saw actress Nia Long’s character, Jordan Armstrong, a music and TV producer at the network.

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