CHANGEMAKERS PRODUCTIONS is headed by Gini Graham Scott, Ph.D., who is a writer, executive producer, and co-producer in teaming up with other producers and production companies to produce low-budget features and documentaries.
She also writes scripts for these films and for clients.
Gini Graham Scott has an extensive background in writing, publishing, & the media and is the director of several affiliated companies which include Changemakers Publishing & Writing (publishing and writing), Changemakers Music & Publishing (music) and Publishers, Agents & Films (connecting writers and filmmakers with publishers, agents, film producers, and distributors).
She has several film and TV projects in development, including several feature films with different directors and co-producers, including DRIVER, BANKRUPT, OUT OF CONTROL, COKE AND DIAMONDS, NEW IDENTITY, THE NEW CHILD, and DEADLY AFFAIR.
Her scripts for clients, including one based on the memoir KHENTEYA by Julia Thong, now a noted motivational speaker, about her courageous escape from Cambodia; GRAY RAINBOW JOURNEY, based on a novel about Native Americans by K.B. Schaller; AMERICA 2050, about racial relationships in the future by Paul Bakke, PAIN MAN, about a pain management doctor caught up in an underground drug sales network by Ben Busfield, and many others.
Besides being a screenplay writer, Gini Graham Scott has published over 50 books and hundreds of articles.
Her publishers have included Broadway Books, Simon & Schuster, ABC-Clio, AMACOM, Contemporary Books, and many others. Her latest books released in 2015 and 2016, include: TURN YOUR DREAMS INTO REALITY (Llewellyn), WHAT KIND OF DOG ARE YOU? (Touchstone), INTERNET BOOK PIRACY (Allworth), and LIES AND LIARS: HOW AND WHY SOCIOPATHS LIE AND HOW TO DETECT AND DEAL WITH THEM (Skyhorse).
She is a speaker, workshop leader, and consultant specializing in work and personal and professional development. She has spoken to top executives, managers, professionals, and the general public.
She has been a featured guest on hundreds of TV and radio programs, including Oprah, Good Morning America, Montel Williams, CNN, and many others. She has taught classes on business, law, organizational behavior, public relations, marketing, management, psychological profiling, privacy, and anthropology for the University of Notre Dame de Namur and California State University, East Bay.
She has a PhD in Sociology from the University of California at Berkeley, a JD from the University of San Francisco Law School and MAs in Anthropology, Popular Culture and Lifestyles, Mass Communications and Organizational/Consumer/Audience Behavior and Recreation and Tourism at Cal State, East Bay. She is getting an additional MA there in Communications.
For bio and promotional details: www.ginigrahamscott.com .
For information on publishing and writing books: www.changemakerspublishingandwriting.com