President & CEO Japanese American Cultural and Community Center
Patricia is an Unreasonable Mentor. Patricia has participated in 2 programs, including Unreasonable Impact Americas 2021, and has advised over 12 Unreasonable companies.
Patricia Wyatt is an innovative leader in the non-profit and media sectors. She is currently President and CEO of the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles—one of the largest ethnic arts and cultural centers in the U.S. and an anchor cultural institution in Los Angeles.
Her passion is to leverage business, creative and marketing savvy to drive scalable social impact. This has allowed her to remix, lead, and execute growth strategies for start-up, mid-size and Fortune 500 companies across the private and non-profit sectors. Her specific focus has covered media content and brand development, marketing, and executive leadership of global and North American operations and includes several brands that generate over $1B in annual revenue/donations.
Her various roles include serving as President, Licensing & Merchandising and Home Entertainment at 20th Century Fox, President, HIT Entertainment—an Apax Partners private equity investment— and Chief Development Officer, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. She has also created and executed start-up and growth strategies in the education, futures thinking and clean energy fields.