Lindsey Taylor Wood is Founder and President of LTW, an impact studio with an emphasis on contemporary feminism. She is an expert in the empowerment of girls and women, and is currently working in collaboration with MAKERS on their first-ever feature documentary Once and for All, coming this November. Lindsey serves as a strategic advisor to the Harnisch Foundation, which supports social issue documentaries such as The Hunting Ground (CNN) and Hot Girls Wanted (Netflix Original), and worked closely with them on the creation of the Coaching Program at Sundance Institute’s Women Filmmakers Initiative. She was the VP of Communications at The Conversation with Amanda de Cadenet (Lifetime) and currently runs the Women Moving Millions’ Film Circle. Prior to consulting, Lindsey worked for Women Deliver, a global advocacy organization working to generate political commitment and financial investment for fulfilling Millennium Development Goal #5. While there, she also led the marketing, communications and outreach initiatives for Catapult, a crowdfunding platform for girls and women. Lindsey has worked with the Broadcasting Board of Governors, where she explained U.S. policy to Voice of America’s worldwide audience, through editorials broadcast on television, radio and the Internet; acted as an off-air reporter and producer for the TODAY show; and as the External Relations Manager for The Lunchbox Fund. A champion of employing media to promote global citizenship, address human rights issues and galvanize social change, Lindsey has contributed to a variety of campaigns centered on conflicts in Central Africa, as well as The Enough Moment, a book by John Prendergast and Don Cheadle. She has been named one of the 20 Young Champions for Women by The White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood, and currently serves on the Feminist.com Board of Directors.