Nancy Schwartzman

Nancy is a documentary film director, producer, and media strategist who uses storytelling and technology to create safer communities for women and girls. She directed The Line, a short documentary examining consent that was used by the White House for an impact campaign around sexuality, and PBS/POV and BBC featured xoxosms – a love story exploring teenagers and technology. A globally recognized human rights activist, her work focuses on creating impact around the prevention and transformation of gender-based violence. She serves on the Biden Foundation’s Advisory Council for Violence Against Women. Nancy created the White House award-winning mobile app “Circle of 6,” designed to reduce sexual violence used by over 350,000 people in 36 countries. She has shared her work at the White House, the United Nations, TEDxSheffield, AIDC and more. Roll Red Roll is her debut feature film.