KEN FISHER Creative Director / Founder Ken is an Emmy nominated filmmaker and creative director on a mission to create positive social transformation. Ken is passionately curious, a talent that has led him to the powerful truths of organizations working to solve climate, education, poverty & human rights issues around the world. His aptitude for art and design have enabled him to package these truths into beautiful and engaging films that people want to share. Ken is a graduate of Georgetown University and Oxford and is the founder of Truth Be Told and co-founder of The Economic Justice Project. He loves woodworking, building and cycling. He is an award winning filmmaker with films being shown on the international festival circuit and TV like PBS, VICE, History Channel and ABC Nightline. 

KEN FISHER

Creative Director / Founder

Ken is an Emmy nominated filmmaker and creative director on a mission to create positive social transformation. Ken is passionately curious, a talent that has led him to the powerful truths of organizations working to solve climate, education, poverty & human rights issues around the world. His aptitude for art and design have enabled him to package these truths into beautiful and engaging films that people want to share. Ken is a graduate of Georgetown University and Oxford and is the founder of Truth Be Told and co-founder of The Economic Justice Project. He loves woodworking, building and cycling. He is an award winning filmmaker with films being shown on the international festival circuit and TV like PBS, VICE, History Channel and ABC Nightline. 

CARA JONES Producer / Story Developer Cara is a multiple Emmy Award winning reporter and producer with vast experience in using video to tell compelling, inspiring human-interest stories. She has more than a decade of experience in broadcast journalism and has reported for network affiliates in Southwest Florida, Boston and the San Francisco Bay Area. Cara started telling inspiring stories as a way to balance out the tragedy-focused ones she was assigned in the news industry. The perspective and personal transformation she experienced while creating those stories inspired her to start Storytellers forGood in 2009. She has since been creating short films that move and inspire as well as raise awareness and support for world-changing people and organizations. 

CARA JONES

Producer / Story Developer

Cara is a multiple Emmy Award winning reporter and producer with vast experience in using video to tell compelling, inspiring human-interest stories. She has more than a decade of experience in broadcast journalism and has reported for network affiliates in Southwest Florida, Boston and the San Francisco Bay Area. Cara started telling inspiring stories as a way to balance out the tragedy-focused ones she was assigned in the news industry. The perspective and personal transformation she experienced while creating those stories inspired her to start Storytellers forGood in 2009. She has since been creating short films that move and inspire as well as raise awareness and support for world-changing people and organizations. 

FAY DARMAWI Producer Fay Darmawi is a film festival producer, community development banker, and urban planner interested using all forms of media to create lasting social change. She is the Founder and Executive Producer of the SF Urban Film Fest, a film festival focused on civic engagement inspired by great storytelling. Fay is a recipient of a 2016 YBCA Fellowship. Her 20-years of experience as a leader in affordable housing finance, including managing the low income housing tax credit platform, as well as 5-years of screenwriting training, informs her media-related work. She has a masters degree in city planning from MIT, a certificate in screenwriting from UCLA Extension, and was part of the 2010 screenwriter co-hort of the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley.

FAY DARMAWI

Producer

Fay Darmawi is a film festival producer, community development banker, and urban planner interested using all forms of media to create lasting social change. She is the Founder and Executive Producer of the SF Urban Film Fest, a film festival focused on civic engagement inspired by great storytelling. Fay is a recipient of a 2016 YBCA Fellowship. Her 20-years of experience as a leader in affordable housing finance, including managing the low income housing tax credit platform, as well as 5-years of screenwriting training, informs her media-related work. She has a masters degree in city planning from MIT, a certificate in screenwriting from UCLA Extension, and was part of the 2010 screenwriter co-hort of the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley.

 
JULIE TRELL Producer Julie is helping to build key customer relationships, identify business opportunities, and collaborate on creative story lines and concepts to produce films that give a voice to social issues. Previously Julie held the title Vice President of All Things Fun, Meaningful & Rewarding at Salesforce Foundation.  She was a founding member and Head of Global Integrated Philanthropy. She helped established Salesforce.com’s award-winning global volunteer and philanthropy programs. She is a senior executive with strong global leadership experience in creating positive social change. A strategic collaborator yet persuasive diplomat. She’s a participant in the THNK School of creative leadership, and has been an advisor for the Gratitude Network and Workday to develop philanthropy.

JULIE TRELL

Producer

Julie is helping to build key customer relationships, identify business opportunities, and collaborate on creative story lines and concepts to produce films that give a voice to social issues. Previously Julie held the title Vice President of All Things Fun, Meaningful & Rewarding at Salesforce Foundation.  She was a founding member and Head of Global Integrated Philanthropy. She helped established Salesforce.com’s award-winning global volunteer and philanthropy programs. She is a senior executive with strong global leadership experience in creating positive social change. A strategic collaborator yet persuasive diplomat. She’s a participant in the THNK School of creative leadership, and has been an advisor for the Gratitude Network and Workday to develop philanthropy.

JOSH BURSTEIN Digital Impact Advisor/ Movement Builder Josh is an experienced content producer with expertise in engineering content for impact. Previously Josh was Director of Content for NextGen Climate Change and headed an effort to build momentum for the Climate Change movement. Josh is an expert at producing powerful and moving stories and thinks holistically to engineer nonprofit and social impact brands. He was also Director of Digital for the Obama Campaign, and navigates content relationships with distributors Netflix & Vimeo. He was selected out of 82,000 applicants to help manage Charlie Sheen’s social media presence. He is the director of Last Glimpse, a climate change travel show and the founder of Revelous Media.

JOSH BURSTEIN

Digital Impact Advisor/ Movement Builder

Josh is an experienced content producer with expertise in engineering content for impact. Previously Josh was Director of Content for NextGen Climate Change and headed an effort to build momentum for the Climate Change movement. Josh is an expert at producing powerful and moving stories and thinks holistically to engineer nonprofit and social impact brands. He was also Director of Digital for the Obama Campaign, and navigates content relationships with distributors Netflix & Vimeo. He was selected out of 82,000 applicants to help manage Charlie Sheen’s social media presence. He is the director of Last Glimpse, a climate change travel show and the founder of Revelous Media.