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The Future Starts Here is a short-form series that captured audiences, tackling a wide range of subjects including the science behind social media, parenting with technology, the creative process, gender and transgender identities, and the relationship between humans and robots.
BONUS BEHIND THE SCENES
Let it Ripple is a nonprofit film, art, and idea studio.
We produce films, original series, and live and virtual experiences
that inspire audiences to think about what it means to be human in today's world.
Our films have won 60 awards, been viewed 50 Million+ times,
and play across all platforms -- theatrical, television, and nearly all streaming platforms.
We are a film studio and a 501c3 nonprofit. Our nonprofit films, resources, and experiences are supported by visionary individuals and foundations.
We also produce films and series for networks and streamers. We are currently in development on a series based on Tiffany's National Bestselling book,
24/6: The Power of Unplugging One Day a Week.
WHO WE ARE
Shaady Salehi is a nonprofit leader and strategy consultant with 15 years’ experience working at the intersection of communications, policy, and social impact. Prior to launching her consulting practice, she was Managing Director of Distribution and Impact at ITVS, where she designed and led a department dedicated to advancing the reach and social impact of documentaries on public television. Prior to ITVS, she was Executive Director of Active Voice, a pioneering organization that uses storytelling to advance social change. During her tenure there, Shaady designed and led social impact campaigns for films including Food, Inc., The Visitor, and Welcome to Shelbyville. Shaady has spoken extensively about the role of storytelling and social change at convenings like SXSW, the Sundance Institute, and the Aspen Ideas Festival. Shaady holds an M.S. in Strategic Communications from Columbia University, an M.A. in Anthropology from UC Davis, and a B.A. in Anthropology from Oberlin College.