Whitesmith Entertainment is a full-service talent management ﬁrm based in Los Angeles and New York, spanning the music, comedy, ﬁlm, TV, & sports industries. We take pride in working with artists who have a unique voice, style and meaning to their fans. Whitesmith balances a youthful edge while maintaining a deep knowledge within the ﬁelds of touring, merchandising, online marketing, social networking, branding, sponsorship, as well as physical and non-traditional content releases. Whitesmith Entertainment is available for outside consulting services in all areas of artist development, content releases, touring services, online marketing, and beyond.
Nonprofit Co-Founder & Executive Director
imMEDIAte Justice is a nonprofit that envisions a world where young women can find power in media. Our mission is to educate, inspire, and equip high school girls to tell their stories through films that ignite positive change in the world.
Project: Involve Fellow
Selected as one of Film Independent’s 33 Emerging Filmmakers as a Project: Involve Directors Fellow.
Film Independent is a non-profit member-based organization that champions the cause of independent film and supports a community of artists who embody diversity, innovation, and uniqueness of vision.
Based out of Los Angeles with a member base of roughly 5,000, Film Independent produces the Spirit Awards and the Los Angeles Film Festival each year, while providing its members with valuable filmmaking resources and the opportunity to see the latest indie releases.
Reel Grrls is a unique after-school media & technology training program that empowers girls to critique media images and to gain media production skills in a safe, open environment, mentored by a network of multi-cultural women media professionals.
Action Advisory Board Member
Women, Action, and the Media
The WAM! Community Action Network (WAM!CAN) is a grassroots direct-action network dedicated to creating gender justice in media at all levels, including ownership, employment, representation and access. It’s a network of people who share your concern about the state of our media, coming together to take action to create the media ecosystem we deserve. Once a month, we put out the WAM! signal and we all take one single, targeted action together. The rest of the time, WAM!CAN helps you talk issues and strategy with others who share your concerns, and promote actions of your own and others that promote gender justice in media.
The other Action Advisory Board members include Emily May, Hollaback! Executive Director and international leader in the anti-street-harassment movement and Aminatou Sow Tech Ladymafia co-founder and digital strategist who runs online marketing campaigns for national non-profits, public affairs groups and Fortune 500 companies. Over the past year, WAM! CAN has lead actions that have forced facebook to become accountable to their own hate speech policies involving violent content towards women.