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Sania is a storyteller who has experience working in social justice-oriented content production. She is in her senior year at NYU, majoring in Media Studies and has served as the first Global Equity Fellow at NYU Los Angeles. Sania is currently the Video Lead at Mask Banao, a mask awareness and distribution organization in Pakistan, where she has directed and produced the video, Kapray Kee Deewarain (Walls of Cloth).





First-gen in her family attending NYU Tisch School of the Arts with a major in Drama, and minors in Producing and Business Entertainment. As a Latina, much of her work is driven to shed light on the stories of underrepresented communities, and be a catalyst for reform in the entertainment industry.

Emma is an independent producer focused on hour-long TV and limited series, Emma was most recently part of the development team at Yellow Bird US, a Banijay Company. A graduate of Oberlin College, she began her career at Lionsgate TV before leaving to head development for start-up Brandio (now BBH Entertainment).


Soraya is a junior Drama major at NYU Tisch. As a Producing and Social Media Marketing Intern at Creators for Justice she is passionate about the diversification of the Entertainment Industry, both behind and in front of the camera.


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Audrey is a first-generation college student, currently pursuing her M.F.A. in Producing for Film, Television, and New Media at USC.  She is passionate about breaking the glass ceiling and amplifying the voices of underrepresented voices in creative industries.  Through her work as a producer at Creators for Justice, she hopes to aid in using media to inspire positive change.




Shaelyn is pursuing a Master's of International Affairs at Columbia University and has a B.F.A in Creative Producing. She is passionate about the economic impact of the entertainment industry and increasing global awareness in the arts. As a producer for C4J, she is committed to increasing opportunity for creators and storytellers.

Shaelyn Giampetroni 

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