Sultan Sharrief’s directorial debut feature film Bilal’s Stand screened at top film festivals around the country including the Sundance Film Festival, MOMA New Directors, New Films, and the Seattle Film Festival. Sharrief is an educator, community organizer, on the board of the Michigan Theater Foundation and Creative Director of the Cinetopia Film Festival in Detroit.
Film Finance Consult
Shane Kelly runs Wolverine Angels, a technology investment syndicate and mentor network. Previously, Shane helped GreeneStreet Films raise several rounds of venture capital and build a slate of over 20 motion pictures. With deep involvement in film finance, international distribution, and digital media, his motion picture credits include Movie 43, Frozen, and Awake. MBA from the Ross School of Business and a B.S. in Math from Morehouse College.
Shelley Schulz recently worked with the Michigan Theater serving as Sponsorship and Partnership Manager for the Art House Convergence, and was the Film Festival Program Manager at Cinetopia International Film Festival, leading a team of programmers and crafting a dynamic film slate of over 50 films. Prior to the Michigan Theater, Ms. Schulz had a successful career with American Multi Cinema (AMC) as the Manager of Special Content, and partnered in the creation and development of the AMC Independent Program.
Social Impact Supervisor
Rishi Moudgil is the founding and Managing Director of the Ross School of Business center for Social Impact. He’s launched the innovative, cross-sector network at the Ross School of Business to prepare and inspire emerging leaders to solve complex social challenges. Shaped practical definition of "social impact" while designing programs to leverage business for social good.
Data Analyst and Research Design
Grady Bridges graduated from the University of Michigan with a B.S. in Economics and minors in Statistics and the Environment. He’s worked in data acquisition and management for the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). Next, he worked as a Data Research Analyst for the UM Law School, where his research focused on criminal justice issues. After receiving his MPP from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy he taught Quantitative Methods for Program Evaluation and is proficient in programing and analysis with VBA, SPSS, R, and STATA.
Project and Systems Manager
Sara Moss has had management roles in many verticals over the last decade including startups, venture capital, real estate, acquisitions and web development. Her focus is on project team management and effective, efficient processes. After recently moving back to Detroit she joined Moviement to focus implementing social impact projects that promote and celebrate the arts.