Most recently, Melinda White was the West Region Area President for Frontier Communications. She's been honored by The NY Chapter of NOW as a "Woman of Power and Influence” (2012), by Fierce Telecom as a “Woman in Wireline to Watch" (2014) and has been recognized as a Portland “Orchid Influential Woman Leader" (2015).
Mary Curtis is a Silicon Valley woman. She’s the Founder/CEO of the award winning Ad/PR Agency PACIFICO, an arts and education board advocate, an Angel to hi-tech startups and is currently grateful for two adult daughters, a loving husband and a newly published poetry chapbook. She’s a moving target.
Ellen Gavin is a writer, producer and activist. She was the Founding Artistic Director of the Brava Theater Center, a nationally-recognized venue focused on women, playwrights of color and youth, and is a cultural anchor in San Francisco’s Mission District.
Courtney is Look What She Did!'s Producing Director and a freelance writer and producer based out of Echo Park, Los Angeles. She moved west after graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill and begin her career with the award-winning production team at Imaginary Forces. These days she works as a graphics producer at the NFL Network and enjoys making cool stuff with a wide range of clients and friends in her spare time.
Julie Hébert is an award-winning writer/director of theater, film and television. She has written and directed plays for some of America’s most daring theaters, winning the PEN Award for Drama twice. She wrote the films Female Perversions and Ruby’s Bucket of Blood. Additionally, she has written and directed for some of the most respected shows on television including American Crime, The Good Wife, Nashville, Boss, Numb3rs, ER and The West Wing. In 2002 she was honored with a George Foster Peabody Award.
MEMBER OF THE BOARD
Mame Hunt is in her 16th year as an Associate Artist with the Sundance Institute Theatre Program, where she has worked as a dramaturg with the summer lab and at the Ucross residency program. She has a history of producing socially relevant new works at the Magic Theatre and the Bay Area Playwrights Festival where she held the position of Artistic Director. She has shepherded similar projects as Dramaturg at the Intiman Theatre and the Hedgebrook/Women Playwrights Festival, among others, and taught at Cornish College of the Arts and Georgetown University.
Michael Miller’s career in the entertainment business includes over 20 years in non-profit leadership on both coasts, general managing numerous tours and producing events internationally. Most recently he led two organizations in successful turnarounds, and both are now thriving. He currently works as a theatrical consultant, serves on several boards, and collaborates on a variety of projects with his wife, Mary Curtis.
Julie has a background in strategic planning, business development and marketing, and currently mentors mid-career professionals. She also lectures on contemporary issues from a Jungian perspective.