Have you ever wondered what it’s like making a documentary film? Especially one that takes you across the country in search of an answer to a really BIG question — what will it take for women to succeed in the workplace?
Would you like to experience an authentic understanding of what ambitious women and girls are up against?
Director Ashley Maria and Producer Lea-Ann W. Berst get up close and personal when speaking with large and small audiences. From keynote to panel to post-screening Q&A chats, they will connect with your audience with relevant stories and share the strategies they have learned.
Crew and cast members may be available to speak too! Like, Lia Schwinghammer — she is the founder of Queen City Robotics and is featured in the film as a leader who figured out how to get girls to stay in the field of STEM.
After years of research and traveling the country to capture stories and find strategies for overcoming barriers, the filmmakers offer behind-the-scenes stories of their personal journey, an update of what the featured characters are doing now, and ideas for what people can do right now to impact positive change within our culture.