Allison Begalman (she.her) CEO/ Founder




Allison Begalman is an LA-based writer, organizer, and CEO with a BFA from USC’s Writing for Screen and Television program. Her feature script, B1, made Tracking Board/ Launch Pad’s 2017 Hit List and was the Runner Up for the 2018 Script Pipeline Competition. Her comedy digital series, FIRST LADY PROBLEMS, is currently streaming on Revry. Allison has worked at companies like Creative Artists Agency and Annapurna Pictures, as well as on  TV series such as Sony TV/AMC’s PREACHER and Annapurna TV/Hulu’s MONSTERLAND. Outside of writing, Allison organizes socially and politically in Hollywood. Along with being the founder and head of Young Entertainment Activists, she founded QXX, a queer-female industry sorority, and is the alumni coordinator for USC’s Feminist Media Festival, which she founded in 2016.  She also owns too many pairs of Frida Kahlo socks and invites anyone who has read this entire bio to take them off her hands. 

Jessica Good (she.her) Founder




Jessica Good is an experienced entertainment professional with a drive to create large scale social change across industries. A San Francisco native with a BA in Film & Media Studies from Whitman College, Jessica began her career working for the SF Public Defender, SF Behavioral Health Court and volunteering in juvenile halls across the west coast. Jessica transitioned into entertainment, working for PBS, Focus Features, ABC Studios and documentary filmmaker, Cullen Hoback. She took an agent trainee position at United Talent Agency in both the Motion Picture Literature department and Television Literature department. To provide philanthropic and impact-oriented opportunities to A-list talent, Jessica left UTA to work for Rick Yorn, CEO of LBI Entertainment. Jessica was promoted to coordinator shortly after and oversees day-to-day operations of clients such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Reese Witherspoon, Justin Timberlake, and Martin Scorsese, among others. Jessica is the founder of NextStep, an organization for young women in entertainment, and created the associate board for non-profit InsideOut Writers, a creative writing program in juvenile halls.

Core leadership

Tyler DeLong  (he.him)


Samuel Rubin  (he.him) 

Chief Impact Officer

Cam Lindsay (he.him)

Head of Membership and Strategy

Ashley Wandishin (she.her)

Chief Marketing Officer

Annie Rimmon (she.her)

Chief Technology Officer

Dancey Glover (she.her)

Political Strategy

Senate of industry experts

Jennifer Levin 

Nina Sadowsky 

Jill Soloway

Angela Robinson

Billy Ray

Gregg Hurwitz 

Andy Reimer (CAA)

Lucinda Moorhead (UTA)

Lauren Fox (CAA)

Rafi Ruthschild (AMC)

Samara Bay 

Aram Goldberg (LBI)

Anna Flickinger (UTA)

Ruby Kaye (CAA)


Alexander Mok (Event Production) 

Kelsey Meyer (Head of IG Videos/ IG Host) 

Maricris Saker (Socials/ Town Hall Socials) 

Ashley Sutton (Socials)

Imani Lukunku (Socials) 

Nicolette Daskalakis (Graphic Design)

Collette Weinberger (Design) 

Jordan McKittrick (Videographer) 

Ipek Kahraman (Editor) 

T'Essence Minnitee (Community Outreach) 

politics committee

Shaun Sutton

Evan Tuohey

Lacy Wright

Tonatiuh Elizarraz

George Sandler

Anna Flickinger

Nick Roth 

Evan Parker

Dustin Clendenen

Human rights committee

Melanie D'Andrea

Ashlee Hypolite 

Amelia Baker

Molly Savard

Lorena Lourenco

Janice Park 

Lily Blavin

Kate Caudill

Hailey Kissee

climate chaos

Lucy Sherriff

Dreux Moreland

Jennifer Katz

Cam Lindsay 

hollywood pipeline committee

Sean Scantlebury

Mette Norkjaer

Roberto Larios

Grace Buting

Jay Young

Emily Rappaport

Christian Ting

Nicole Beaudion

Augustus Ceccucci 

Kandis Hutcherson

Shanrah Wakefield

Jerrica Long

Alexandria Martin

Carolyn Levine

Carly Kleinbart

media & PR

Ariel Sobel (Media Relations) 

Emma Eales (PR)

Kimberly Christman (PR)