Anyone who knows me, knows I have earned my living working in the charity sector, as staff for several major international non-profits and as a fundraising consultant, with my ongoing musical pursuits on the side.
During the winners trip to London for the British Airways Face to Face program, I met journalist Michele Mitchell, whose Film At Eleven company had also won a place in the winners group. When she learned of my fundraising background she approached me about getting involved with the fundraising efforts behind her documentary film, “Haiti: Where Did The Money Go?” which shines a spotlight on how aid works during disasters. I jumped at the chance to use my talents on such an interesting film project and to work with an even more interesting person.
On January 10, 2012, the results of my fundraising efforts will be seen as “Haiti: Where Does The Money Go” makes its debut on PBS and begins a rollout to markets around the United States over several months. It also represents my role as Line Producer on the film. I was presented with a rare opportunity to work on aspects of the film beyond fundraising, and it has been one of the greatest learning experiences of my life.
To view the official PBS trailer, please click HERE
To view the Filmmakers Interview with Michele Mitchell, please click HERE
To view the first Social Media clip, please click HERE
To follow the conversation, and Film At Eleven social media activities, please click HERE for Twitter and HERE for Facebook and HERE for the YouTube Channel.
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