Creative Team

Alethea Root


Alethea Root is an award winning producer and director. She produced the Emmy winning short form film, “A Love Story” and her directorial debut feature film, “Part Time Fabulous”, 

won eight film festival awards. 

 She also serves as the board president of Seeds of Joy Village, a Waldorf inspired preschool. 

 Alethea is committed to telling paradigm-shifting stories that help elevate the human condition.

Meredith Riley Stewart


Meredith Riley Stewart is an actor, producer, and content creator. She was tapped by Women In Film to develop their first-ever digital series, Flip The Script. The mash-up comedy short fan film she produced, Orphan is the New Orange, has almost one million YouTube channel views and toured the globe as part of ComicCon. 

She is nearing production for her first feature, a faith-based family comedy, The Inheritance. Above all, Meredith is passionate about utilizing media as a platform for social change. 

Jameelah Nuriddin

Producer, Editor

Jameelah Nuriddin began her professional career as a 12-year-old actress, opposite Don Cheadle and Cicely Tyson. Jameelah’s creative background lends a unique perspective as a business leader and project manager. She co-founded Imaginese Youth Workshops, an organization that builds confidence through creativity in east and south Los Angeles, and Bali, Indonesia. A graduate from USC, Jameelah holds her BFA in Theatre and minor in Film. She was awarded ‘Best Film Editor’ in Women’s Independent Film Festival for Why I Dance.

Jen Sorenson


Jennifer Sorenson is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University with a degree in Theatre. She is an award winning actor/writer/producer. She wrote, executive produced and played TEN roles in the viral parody short “Orphan is the New Orange”.

Additional writing credits include a one woman show with ten actors called "I Fart in My Sleep: Confessions of An Embarrassing Life", based on her popular blog of the same name. She's also the founder of ChikFood, a lifestyle website.