Daphna Edwards Ziman is President of Edwards Entertainment International.
She is an internationally recognized speaker, author, filmmaker and humanitarian. Her latest film Footsteps debuted on Showtime. She is known for her successful work on behalf of saving abandoned children.
Daphna is founder and chairperson of Children Uniting Nations, a charity that provides foster children with devoted, non-paid mentors.
Daphna’s passion outside of her day job is helping at-risk and foster youth. She adopted her daughter after rescuing her from a homeless shelter. This became the inspiration for her award-winning novel The Gray Zone.
She has touched the lives of youth and women by voicing her views and expertise on much television and talk radio programs such as Good Morning LA, the Dennis Miler Show, Robert Wuhl Show and others.
Daphna serves on the Board of Trustees of Children’s Institute International and is a Chairperson of ABC LOVE (Adoption Brings Children Love).