A Q&A with Niam Itani, a talented filmmaker and producer working in between Lebanon and the United States.
This interview originally appeared on the site on April 14, 2011. Not only does Deborah Berebichez hold a Stanford Ph.D in physics—an impressive feat in an of itself—she is also an accomplished mathematician, writer, public speaker, and more. In fact, her interests and talents are so diverse that it’s hard to classify her career into … Continue reading »
What is your name, age, and location? Emily Best, 32, Brooklyn, NY – United States. What is your profession? Founder and CEO, Seed&Spark, which brings together crowd-funding, gamification, and streaming digital distribution to help independent films build and monetize deeply engaged audiences. What did you study in school and what degrees do you have? I … Continue reading »
From the archives: this interview originally appeared on the site on November 8th, 2011. What is your name, age, and location? Holly Lynch, 35, New York, NY. What is your profession? Founder and CEO of The Good Girls – the first branding firm focused on women-led enterprise and social innovation. What did you study in … Continue reading »
What is your name, age, and location? Lexa Hillyer, 31, Brooklyn NY – United States. What is your profession? I’m the cofounder of Paper Lantern Lit, a boutique literary development company. We come up with story ideas or “sparks,” plot them extensively, then match them with aspiring and talented writers. We support the writers and … Continue reading »
I first came across Inês’ wonderful work two years ago, while researching girl empowerment communities for my documentary project The Illusionists (for which Inês eventually became an ally, supporter and sponsor). I was instantly captivated by Inês’ vision, drive, determination, and altruism. Her enterprise 7Wonderlicious is focused on overturning gender stereotypes, empowering girls to achieve … Continue reading »