Rachelle Salnave is Bringing Diversity to the Big Screen
Rachelle Salnave, Haitian-American filmmaker, created Black Lounge Films. Her company showcases independent films that explore the Black experience. Screenings are held in Historic Overtown, Miami.
Most Inspirational Movie?
"I have always loved seeing Black images on the screen. Especially films that
Sabrina Bryan Shares 3 Keys to Success for Women in Film
Sabrina Bryan--Actress, Host, Producer, Dancer, Dance Instructor--gets candid with sheBOOM.
Who are her on-screen heroes?
"Reese Witherspoon has always been a huge role model to me. She was also young when she began in this industry and
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On Stage and On Screen
Libby Gill is a former TV Executive (Sony, Turner, and others), published author, and an executive coach focused on change management and working with emerging and established leaders, primarily in Fortune 500 companies. She appears on stage at conferences, speaking about leading
This is an interesting year for Hollywood indeed!
From the frank and brave talk that spawned the #metoo movement to the prevalence of strong and wise leading ladies and power players among the nominees, we are starting to make progress (albeit VERY slowly) in Tinseltown.
The Five Strongest Women in the History of U.S. Cinema
You may ask, "What is he doing on here -- writing for sheBOOM? And about strong women in movies??"
Well, let me go way back to my childhood. I grew up with a great dad and mom,
We all know that founding and running a business is rarely glitzy.
Sure, we sometimes get glammed-up for headshot photo shoots, conferences, or awards events (like the one sheBOOM is going to this week -- we're a finalist for a Killer Content Award!). But female founders don't