Kathleen Wallace, Creator-Writer

Kathleen accepted feminism as her personal sanity savior at a young age and has been outspoken about it ever since. Kathleen has two other mobile-friendly, feminist web series (because badass women like watching videos on their phones): Settling Up, a narrative series about college roommates who live together again almost 20 years later, as well as Feminancial, a fun (no, really!) educational series with financial advice for females (coming in the Fall 2016). Kathleen's acting highlights include Amanda in Private Lives at the Walnut Street Theatre, Catherine in Proof, and Annie Sullivan in the Miracle Worker. Writing highlights include a performance piece that introduced Hillary Clinton at a 2008 Democratic National Convention event, the one-woman show A Merry Heart based on Beatrice from Much Ado About Nothing, a number of plays for Amios Theatre Company, and, of course, Settling Up.  She holds degrees from Yale and the National Theatre Conservatory as well as a bunch of certificates from various schools including some from Germany. Kathleen also teaches communications for SNP Communications and Liquid Strength for Equinox gyms. She can also rap in German and makes a mean mulled wine. #MayTheVagBeWithYou

Amy Kersten, Director

Amy is an actress, writer, director, editor, and producer. She created the award-winning web series HOT MESS and was the Senior Producer for the 50 Video launch of Lady Parts Justice with The Daily Show Creator Lizz Winstead.  Her first narrative short, HOYT, is currently in festivals and she produced/edited a documentary on the life of Sister Sharon McKenna that will premiere this Fall. Her newest series, Tutor Pimpfeaturing Emmy-nominated Hilary Edson, will also drop in 2016. This summer she is excited to shadow a critically acclaimed director on a Netflix original feature. Next year, Amy plans to shoot a bilingual feature film in Shanghai, China.

Anna Kolber, Executive Producer

Anna has 13+ years experience working in Film and TV production in LA, London, Sweden and New York. In recent years she has dedicated her career to making content that has an awareness or social impact aspect to it. She has held positions with and created content for global companies including NewsCorps-Shine Group, All3Media, ITV, as well as founding Trublond Productions and has worked on international formats Minute To Win It (58 countries) and Swedish Hollywood Wives (13 countries). Her feature film credits include Bronson starring Tom Hardy and Rise of the Footsoldier by Julian Gilbey. Her documentary credits include  The Wokshop by Jamie Morgan, and Breadhead by Max Lugavere.  She has also worked for commercial clients such as Apple, GMC, Dior, Redbull and Bedhead.    She is currently producing the feature documentary Quest For Beauty which is in post production. Aside from her entertainment work Anna was an active board member of the Los Angeles Swedish American Chamber of Commerce for 3 years.  She is currently assisting B-Corp's MPOWERD in getting global distribution for it's award winning solar lighting line, through her high level international contacts.