Shonda Rhimes is the creator of Grey's Anatomy and Scandal as well as founder of Shondaland which produces How to Get Away with Murder, For the People and Station 19. For her collective works, Rhimes has received numerous honours including a Golden Globe, the Peabody Award, as well as lifetime achievement awards from the Directors Guild of America, Writers Guild and Producers Guild. In 2017, Rhimes left traditional TV and made the unprecedented move to Netflix where Shondaland will now produce content exclusively for the streaming media company.
Rhimes serves as Creative Director for Dove's #RealBeauty campaign. She partnered with Pilot Pen G2 to award funds to community heroes. Her book Year of Yes from Simon & Schuster was an instant New York Times best seller. Her Masterclass.com course on TV writing is a top draw.
In 2017, Shonda Rhimes was inducted into the Television Academy of Arts & Sciences Hall of Fame.