Jennifer Siebel Newsom is a film director, speaker, actress and advocate for women, girls and their families. He recently produced a documentary film titled Miss Representation is displayed in the event of 2011 in Dedham Community Sundance, Park City, Utah.
This film discusses how the mistake of looking at media representations of women that lead, a position of power and influence of women has declined. Miss Representation revealed limited media portrayals of women who tend to be underestimated terhadapa and less to contribute to the generation of power but merely creates sexuality and beauty. Not by their capacity as leaders.
The idea inspired the film because of the national legislature of women in the United States holds only 3 percent. This makes the United States still ranked 90th for women in politics. For the sake of working on Miss Representation, Newsom conducted interviews with some politicians such as Condoleezza Rice and Nancy Pelosi.
Then celebrity Margaret Cho and Jane Fonda and the CEOs of global companies. Coincide when the distribution of the film in June 2011, Newsom also launched MissRepresentation.org. Site into an institution that challenges to restrictions on media portrayal of women’s rights.
They will be assisted explored the potential to become a superior resource. When visitors to register to the site will get a short reminder to do a little action. Like the other women praised his fellow
members on the performance or appearance for a week.
Miss Representation also create its own national broadcast debut on the Oprah Winfrey Network on October 20, 2011. The reason Oprah aired on the network, because Miss Representation reveal striking reality every day of the teenagers who consume various forms of media from television, music, movies, magazines and internet. Mainstream media’s power to make women less appreciated.
Women who are still active as an actress has appeared in many television films including In the Valley of Elah, Something’s Gotta Give, Rent, Life, Mad Men, The Nanny Express, Trauma and Numb3rs. Women born June 19, 1974 is interested in the entertainment industry after his education at Stanford Business School.
At that time he served only see Hollywood reality television is often detrimental to women, especially women and girls. They seemed to be limited by the surrounding environment that does not want to make it free to work and think.
After graduating from Stanford Business School graduate in 1996, Newsom went on Master of Business Administration in 2001. His studies focused on conservation policy and Third World development. In addition to pursuing his MBA, he also studied at American Conservatory Theater.
All the education he has completed, then Newsom went to Africa, Latin America and Europe to serve as a global environmental coalition at Conservation International. He worked in the rain forest community that is focused on helping indigenous people to create business opportunities for women.
Newsom is also active in the conference as a speaker at TEDxWomen, Google, Wells Fargo, Charles Schwab, AT & T, Harvard University, MIT, Stanford University and a Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit.