55 results for author: Nancy Chang


Kicking off 15 Years of GRRL POWER

Can't wait to see everyone today 15 year kick-off at Wing Luke tonight! Doors open at 6pm. Let's celebrate Grrl Power and raise money for the next generation of media makers! We are so excited to celebrate the past 14 years of Reel Grrls, and look forward into the future with all of friends! Can't make it? You can show up in spirit through your generous donation. Your gift to Reel Grrls has real impact. Our programs open up new opportunities for girls and their allies, build skills, and boost confidence. And our new mobile strategy will engage more Grrls than ever in 2015! Your donations are what make it all possible.   Big thank ...

PITCH Application is due Dec 18

Do you know a young media maker that would benefit from PITCH - it's our partnership funding program with Adobe Foundation to support young media makers to create work that would impact a cause / non-profit! More information here! Fill out the application below to be considered for the PITCH program. The application is due by December 18, 2015 at 11:59 PM. Please note that participation in the Pitch Session at Adobe on January 26, 2016 is required to be considered for the program. PITCH Application

Welcome Stephany Hazelrigg our new Program Manager!

We are thrilled to announce that long time teaching artist Stephany Hazelrigg is part of the Reel Grrls team! She was hired in October and has jumped right into learning about programs, supporting our teaching artists, curriculum development, and total badass-ry! A lifelong artist and youthworker of over 16 years Stephany Koch Hazelrigg lives deeply and directly from her belief in the power of art and community to create space, healing, and change. Stephany has worked as a facilitator, teaching artist, direct service provider and program manager working primarily with marginalized youth and communities involved in social change. She has created, ...

YAY! We are a Seattle Foundation GiveTogether Awardee

Big thanks to the Seattle Foundation's GiveTogether for supporting our out of school learning opportunities.  We will be using this grant to continue to build capacity of our mobile programs to  teach students all aspects of film making as a tool to develop their skills in media literacy as well as a creative outlet to tackle complex issues in the world around them. Grrls that have advanced to the Apprentice Program are able to work directly with nonprofit clients to produce videos for outreach or fundraising efforts. This is not only a valuable resource for our nonprofit community but also a great opportunity for girls in the program to learn ...

15 Year Kick-Off! @ Wing Luke Museum.

Have you gotten your ticket to our 15 Year Kick Off? Do you love the momentum of the impact of grrl power in the media these days? Well we still have a lot of work to do, and we want to make sure we can provide our next generation media makers with opportunities to explore, critique, and author media through a feminist lens.  Please join us in reflecting the last 14 years of Reel Grrls and kick us off into the future by helping us raise money for 2016 programs and beyond!   Where: Wing Luke Museum (719 S King Street, Seattle, WA) When: Friday November 20, 2015 6pm What: Benefiting Future Media Makers Buy Tickets today! Can't ...

Nancy talks about caused based careers in Cosmopolitan

Out on newsstands now, our Executive Director Nancy Chang is featured in December's Issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine talking about cause based careers with writer Paula Derrow.  You can see her headshot taken by board member Michael B. Maine on page 176. She shares the article with fellow Women of Worth: Erika Ebbel Angle (Science from Scientists), Somy Ali (No More Tears), and Maimah Karmo (Tigerlily Foundation), along with Elizabeth Gore (Dell / advocate at the United Nations), and Cecil Richards (Planned Parenthood). Nancy was nominated to be part of the 2008 L'oreal Women of Worth co-hort for her long time and continued volunteer work building ...

Live at Geek Girl Con!

Geek Girl Con http://geekgirlcon.com celebrates and honors the legacy of women contributing to science and technology; comics, arts, and literature; and game play and game design by connecting geeky women world-wide and creating community to foster continued growth of women in geek culture through events. Reel Grrls, Seattle Globalist, and Smart House Creative team up to host a workshop bonanza to help you share what you are experiencing at Geek Girl Con. Workshop will start with a quick panel on getting you inspired to make content with the tools you already have: your smart self, a smart phone, and all the smart people you are going to ...

Welcome Jillian Lyles making it rain in Fund Development

Jillian Lyles joins Reel Grrls Fund Development team. In this role, she will be assisting the Grants Manager in grant writing, grant reporting, and other fund development duties. Jillian holds a BS in Ocean Sciences from Cornell University and is currently working toward her MMA at University of Washington. Though not formally trained in the media arts, she enjoys the art of storytelling and is interested in a career in Fund Development. In her spare time, Jillian enjoys film photography and the outdoors. She is thrilled to join the team and looking forward to helping provide empowerment opportunities to young girls to share their stories!

Seeking one Program Manager to launch Reel Grrls into the future

Reel Grrls is approaching our 15th year as an organization. We have built a huge community of Grrls and fans of Grrls, this past year we launched our mobile programs, and 2016 we want to continue to  make culture shift happen. We are seeking a contract Program Manager with solid all around skills that can help Reel Grrls in our second year of our organizational rebuild. Does this sound like the job for you or someone you know? Our ideal person must be a nimble community builder, master facilitator, curriculum designer, loves working in youth development, and would have the experience and grit to back-up visionary plans. Combine your passion ...

Put the power in GRRL POWER! Apply for the Fund Development Internship

Reel Grrls is looking for a talented FUNdraiser to join our small team for a one year paid internship.  Are you looking to take your fund development knowledge, and put it to practice?  This position would allow for you to get the experience of the whole grant management process.  Get hands on experience from researching opportunities, writing grants, reporting to funders, and other fund development activities. You will get the chance to work with an all star fund development committee, along with a dedicated staff team. Combine your passion for fund development with your passion for Grrl Power! Take a look at our Fund Development Job Descri...