3 results for tag: skate like a girl


Los Angeles, Here We Come June 15th!

Reel Grrls is excited to host our first event in Los Angeles on June 15th, 2018 7-11pm at Ace Hotel in Downtown LA! GET  Tickets TODAY! We recently took part in Skate Like a Girl's epic annual community gathering Wheels of Fortune 9, and helped to bring SeaLevelTV's “Timeless Areas,” a short documentary film about street skating pioneer, Elissa Steamer, screening to Northwest Film Forum. We loved getting to know the filmmaker Beth O'Rourke, and her vision of supporting next generation media makers, and her passion for amplifying the stories of women. There was so much to be stoked about, like seeing how amazing it is when a community of ...

Timeless Areas Premieres at Wheels of Fortune

SEALEVELTV’S “TIMELESS AREAS” SHORT DOCUMENTARY FILM FEATURING SKATEBOARDING PIONEER, ELISSA STEAMER, PREMIERES at “WHEELS OF FORTUNE” Reel Grrls is thrilled to be part of Skate Like a Girl's 9th annual Wheels of Fortune weekend through combining our love for short documentaries and girl power, we are proud to work with SeaLevelTV to announce the premiere of “Timeless Areas”, a short documentary about skateboarding legend and entrepreneur, Elissa Steamer.  The best part is that it will take place at the Northwest Film Forum in Seattle, Washington at 9pm on May 5th!  Tickets available here: https://bit.ly/2vtuLXf and timelessa...

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 ...