ND Class of '92
Jubba Seyyid graduated from Notre Dame with a B.A. in Communications & Film. Shortly after graduation he won a position in the prestigious NBC Page Program in New York City, where he worked for the Corporate Communications Department assisting network president Bob Wright. Quickly moving up the production ladder, Jubba, at age 23, was hired by NBC News as the youngest field producer on the staff. After two years of hard news coverage in the New York area, Jubba changed production genres and took a position as a producer for the daytime talk show, ROLONDA.
Since making his way West in 1997, he's produced everything from MTV programming to game and dating shows. He's made producing pit stops at CBS Television’s BIG BROTHER, UPN’s THE PLAYER, TBS’ THE MANSION, NBC’s CELEBRITY COOKING SHOWDOWN, BET’s COLLEGE HILL, and Fox Television’s TRADING SPOUSES.
He's extremely proud of his Emmy nomination for controversial and critically acclaimed Ice Cube/FX series BLACK/WHITE, and honored to have received three NAACP Image Awards for the TV One acclaimed series, UNSUNG.