Raeshem is a CLIO, Shorty and Webby award winning film/tv producer. As Founder and Executive Producer of NYC based media company Fictionless, she manages strategic partnerships and oversees end-to-end production across platforms. Current projects include Girly, a doc-series developed with Refinery29 and actor/activist Rashida Jones, feature documentary, The Agreement, in partnership with the United Nations Foundation and feature documentary, Trial By Fire, in partnership with Sean Parker and the University of Pennsylvania.
She has held multiple creative leadership positions including Executive Producer of Viacom’s MTV World where she led nonfiction series such as Rebel Music, about young people using art for change in conflict zones, and The Music Experiment, featuring bands like Of Monsters and Men, Arcade Fire and Santigold.
Raeshem is a passionate advocate for women and girls, committed to educating women about sexual health and safety through a partnership with the NYU Department of Population Health. Raeshem sits on the Creative Council for EMILY'S List, the board for the New York Center for Communications and serves as a United Nations Global Accelerator Delegate.
Ross is the Academy Award winning Director, Producer and Cinematographer of Born Into Brothels, winner of the 2005 Academy Award for Best Documentary. He is Co-Director of E-Team, a documentary about the high-stakes investigative work of four human rights workers and winner of the 2014 Sundance Cinematography award. He served as Executive Producer on the documentary feature In A Dream, which was short-listed for the 2009 Academy Awards and as Consulting Producer on the Academy Award nominated Postergirl. Ross is a Founder and Creative Director of Fictionless.
Nicole Galovski’s work has premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, AFI Docs, on Showtime, ESPN, DirecTV, and PBS. She is currently partnering with the Sean Parker Foundation to produce a feature-length documentary on Carl June's ground-breaking cure for childhood leukemia. Her other upcoming projects include a docuseries about game-changing women with Rashida Jones, a digital series featuring Tarik Trotter of "The Roots;" a web series on "Prison Reform" with Tim Robbins; and narrative films starring Katie Holmes, Karen Gillan and Jennifer Morrison. Nicole served as the Director of Programming for the New Hampshire Film Festival. She is also the former Program Coordinator for Come Let’s Dance, an NGO working to improve the lives of children and families in Uganda.