Michelle Cove, founder and Executive Director
Michelle is an award-winning filmmaker, author, and journalist whose projects have been featured on “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” Katie Couric’s talk show “Katie,” “The Today Show,” Fox TV, and national publications including The Washington Post, Psychology Today, Parenting, MORE, and U.S. World News & Report. She is the author of the book I Love Mondays (Seal Press, 2012), co-author of the national bestseller I’m Not Mad, I Just Hate You!: A New Understanding of Mother-Daughter Conflict (Viking, 1999), and author of Seeking Happily Ever After (Tarcher Penguin, 2010). Michelle was Sr. Editor of the national magazine Girls’ Life, and continues to blog regularly for the award-winning Huffington Post Parents and Girls Leadership Institute
Michelle is the director and producer of the feature-length documentary “Seeking Happily Ever After” (Lionsgate, 2010), as well as One and Only (2016), her documentary about only children. Michelle lectures and leads workshops around the U.S., and has spoken at institutions including: Harvard University, Stanford University, Boston College, Boston University, Clark University, and Sixth & I. She has also presented at several conferences, including Mom 2.0 Summit, Celebrating Women: Mind, Body & Spirit, The National Media Literacy and Education Conference, Boston International Kids Film Festival and The Worcester Women’s Leadership conference. Michelle is married with a 13-year-old daughter, and lives in Brookline, Mass. Visit www.michellecove.com to learn more about Michelle’s projects. email@example.com
Amanda Mozea, Education Outreach Manager
Amanda Mozea graduated from Harvard College, where she concentrated in Social Studies with a focus field titled “Racial Inequality in Contemporary America” and a secondary in Ethnicity, Migration, and Rights. Throughout college, Amanda mentored young girls in Boston’s South End through the program Strong Women Strong Girls. Amanda is a firm believer in the power of media to enact change. While a student at Harvard, Amanda created a multiracial student photo gallery to bring attention to Harvard’s lack of institutional support for multiracial students. The gallery has expanded into the website: http://we-are-other.com. In addition to her zeal for female empowerment and media studies, Amanda is an avid fan of the Blues, travel, and food from all corners of the globe. firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela Scott, Operations Manager
Angela Scott graduated from Bentley University in 2015 with a degree in Management, and set her sites immediately on empowering people to be their best selves. She served as a Membership Recruitment Specialist with the Girl Scouts of Eastern MA, and was actively involved with the Center for Women and Business at Bentley which led her to create her own Empowering Bentley Women Conference. She has served as a SMART girls program leader at her local Boys & Girls Club and has always been motivated to inspire girls to find their voice. She has a passion for health, fitness, and education, and lived her dream in April 2017 of completing the Boston Marathon.