An award-winning producer and director, Wendy Ettinger co-founded Gamechanger Films, the first equity fund dedicated to financing feature films directed by women. Through Gamechanger, she was the Executive Producer of Land Ho; through Chicken & Egg Pictures, she was the Executive Producer of Pariah, directed by Dee Rees. Wendy was also the Executive Producer for the Academy-Award® nominated documentary, The War Room, directed by Chris Hededus and D.A. Pennebaker. She produced Eye of God (Sundance Film Festival, 1997) and Hotel Gramercy Park (Tribeca Film Festival, 2008), and produced and directed Baby I’m Yours (Tribeca Film Festival, 2003). An ardent activist and philanthropist, Wendy believes deeply in the power of change through media, education, and the arts. As a casting director, she has worked with Ken Loach, Ang Lee, Hal Hartley, and James Lapine. She focuses her efforts on the rights of women and girls, education, and the revitalization of cities through arts. She serves on the board of Working Films, the Educational Foundation of America, Imagine Science, and the 52nd Project, a nonprofit organization that brings theater professionals together with inner city children.