Daysha Broadway is an Emmy Award-winning film and television Editor who has over 10 years of experience working professionally in documentary, scripted, and unscripted television. A Los Angeles native, Daysha obtained a Master’s Degree in Film Editing from Dodge College of Film and Media Arts at Chapman University. Her credits include numerous television shows such as Insecure, A Black Lady Sketch Show, 9-1-1, and The Lena Waithe produced Twenties and Boomerang. In addition, she has contributed her talents to Documentary Features such as Light Girls for the OWN network, Surviving R. Kelly for Lifetime, along with various short films. Daysha was awarded a Peabody for her work on Surviving R Kelly and has received Three Emmy Nominations for her editing on the A&E's Born This Way and HBO's A Black Lady Sketch Show. Daysha made history as part of the first women of color team to take home the Emmy Award for Outstanding Picture Editing For Variety Programming for their work on HBO's A Black Lady Sketch Show.