"You never know what your teams capable of until you're in a crisis."
Join the conversation and watch Rick Heath and guest speakers Stosh Mintek (USA) and Alma Salem (Canada).
A 2003 graduate of Yale University with a double-major in English and Film Studies, Stosh Mintek has worked at Ghetto Film School (GFS) since 2004.
In 2018, Stosh was promoted to the role of CEO GFS, succeeding GFS’ founder and president Joe Hall. Today, Stosh oversees GFS’ international operations in NYC, LA and London, and works with board leadership to secure resources, execute strategic plans, and actualize GFS’ mission: to educate, develop and celebrate the next generation of great storytellers.
Alma Salem is an independent curator and cultural advisor, an international expert in producing hundreds of cultural projects across all arts forms.
Her work has spanned international cultural relations, heritage protection, visual, digital and new media arts, performing arts, cultural policies, cultural Leadership, creative economies, industries and entrepreneurship, arts for development of communities and social change, arts in conflict, arts strategies, management, monitoring and evaluation, coaching and mentorship for artists and cultural institutions, capacity building, training and educational curricula design, arts grants management and judging and cultural translations.
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