Janet Graham Borba
Janet Graham Borba has worked in Production for HBO since 1995, where she started as their Director of Production, then moved up the ranks, where she started as their Director of Production, then moved up the ranks. She is now EVP of Production for HBO and HBO Max. Along the way, she has been responsible for supervision of multiple films, mini-series, and series in 18 countries, budgeted from $1- to $200 million, including: Game of Thrones – Northern Ireland, Croatia, Malta, Morocco; The Pacific – 10 hour mini-series, Australia; Lackawanna Blues – directed by George Wolfe; John Adams – 7 hour mini-series, Virginia and Hungary – 13 Emmys including Best Miniseries; Angles in America – directed by Mike Nichols, Golden Globes & Emmys including Best Miniseries; Something the Lord Made – Best Picture Emmy; Sometimes in April – Rwanda; Path to War – Directed by John Frankenheimer; Gathering Storm – Directed by Richard Loncraine – Best Picture Emmy; and WIT – Directed by Mike Nichols – Best Picture Emmy. Prior to that, Ms. Borba co-produced several films, including: Still Breathing, directed by James F. Robinson, Hackers, directed by Iain Softley, and Camp Nowhere, directed by Jonathan Prince. Janet Graham Borba received her M.F.A. in 1989 from the University of Southern California as a student of the Peter Stark Motion Picture Producing Program, and sometimes serves as an Adjunct Professor. Ms. Borba is also an alumna of the University of Virginia and was an Echols Scholar.