Ajyra Jones is first and foremost a producer who loves nothing more than digging into a story and 'cracking it' for television audiences across the country. She reports to Katie Neff and helps manage the development team in Denver. Day to day you can find Ajyra working shoulder to shoulder with the rest of the team brainstorming one-of-a-kind formats, discovering and interviewing new talent, crafting unique and entertaining sizzles, building out pitch decks, and field producing. Some of her achievements include discovering the talent that led to High Noon's first Netflix series and discovering the subculture that led to High Noon's first Hulu series, but she has also worked on projects that have led to series at HGTV, Food Network, Amazon Prime, and Roku, among others.
Ajyra started her career in journalism at CNN and HLN, where the fast-paced environment taught her to work quickly and accurately, trust her gut on story, and track down every lead. Today, these skills still prove invaluable. Ajyra received her BA in Broadcast News from the University of Georgia.