Sekka Scher

Sekka Scher is a talent manager and the co-founder of Ellipsis Entertainment. She has launched and cultivated the careers of multiple Oscar and Emmy winners/nominees. Prior to becoming a manager, Sekka worked for celebrated filmmakers Merchant/Ivory. In 1995 Sekka was part of the first group of women permitted to fight in the New York Daily News Golden Gloves, where she won silver gloves in a nationally televised fight against a Rikers Island prison guard at Madison Square Garden.  Sekka is also on the board of trustees at Bennington College where she launched the Spencer Cox ’90 Field Work Term Fellowship for Public Action.  A fourth generation New Yorker, Sekka lives in NYC with her husband, lawyer Steven Williams, and daughter Sydney.