Andrew is a progressive, dynamic leader with board and executive experience in film, as well as the technology and education sectors. Great stories are at the root of Andrew’s work. A proven change agent, he has a successful track record for driving organizational growth, and empowering diverse teams to thrive.
Andrew has nearly two decades of experience in the international film industry, including work on films from independent shorts to Hollywood blockbusters. An award-winning actor, he trained with William Esper at the Esper Studio in New York City. Andrew has appeared on stage, as well as in numerous film and television roles, working with Oscar Winners and Nominees. An award-winning film producer and production company board member, Andrew has experience overseeing the financing, production and acquisition of a feature film – including having an independent film he produced, co-wrote and starred in acquired at the Cannes Film Market, and released around the globe, selling to numerous channels including Amazon Prime, iTunes and Google Play.
Catherine brings over 25 years of executive management, entrepreneurial, publishing and awards experience to her role. Catherine founded and is Chair of the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, the largest international awards program for independent book publishing in the world, with an awards ceremony held at a landmark location in the US each year. The awards have been reported in hundreds of media outlets, with the 2020 awards including a tribute by Catherine to Kobe Bryant – creator of two books named as finalists in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards.
Co-founder of FabJob, which was named “the #1 place to get published online” by Writer’s Digest magazine, Catherine has co-authored three FabJob career guides, including Dream Careers, which ranked #1 in career and business books at Amazon.com. Through her writing and publishing efforts and as a leader in the publishing industry, Catherine has helped hundreds of thousands of people with their career and business goals. As an expert on dream careers, she has been featured in Oprah’s newsletter and in numerous popular women’s magazines including Woman’s Day and Woman’s World. Catherine has a lifelong love of film and is a proud member of film organizations including: Sundance Institute, Film Independent, and Vancouver International Film Festival.
Tag’s passion is helping creative people achieve their dreams. With producer credits on more than 50 indie films, including several from Santa Monica College’s award-winning Film Production Program, she has helped fund more than 100 films with hundreds of cast and crew members. She is also a member of Film Independent’s Arts Circle.
Tag began film producing after a storied career in book publishing. She edited the official gift book for the 1988 Winter Olympics, produced a CD distributed in 65 countries, and cofounded FabJob, a publisher with millions of dollars in sales, named “the #1 place to get published online” by Writer’s Digest.
Her intro to filmmaking came in 2004 with Columbia Pictures’ feature film Bewitched when she created books for Nicole Kidman to browse and Will Ferrell to trip over in a bookstore scene. Head non-fiction judge and emcee of Next Generation Indie Book Awards, the world’s largest awards program for indie authors and publishers, Tag’s work has been featured in media from Oprah’s newsletter to Fast Company and The Wall Street Journal. An indigenous person, she is a member of Canada’s Métis Nation.