Larry is the Executive Director of reFrame Entertainment, focused on creative media (TV, film, music, books, and events) to help people re-frame their view of the world to see and experience new possibilities and options.
He describes his roles with Thiver Sisterhood as Ally, Advocate and Advisor. Larry and Nancy have a 30-year friendship. They are engerized by the serendipity of migrating to a common passion for socially conscious film.
His background as a family therapist gives him the grounding to ask the insightful questions, encouraging our team to “think outside of the box” and guiding visionary thinking in a movement that can empower women who have been abused to thrive.
Lora is Nancy’s muse. She has been involved with Thriver Sisterhood since it was conceived. Her wisdom, her outrageous sense of humor and her beautiful heart have made it possible for Nancy to persevere and to ultimately thrive as she wrote her way to a socially conscious, female-driven screenplay. The fact that Lora has loved this journey as well makes it all the more magical.
As a humanist, Lora’s career in special education led her to become an advocate for students and adults with disabilities as well as their parents.
She is an exceptional project manager and will continue to be a pivotal member of the team as Thriver Sisterhood becomes a platform for empowering women who have been abused to restore their inner child.
PAMELA JAYE SMITH
Pamela is a writer-producer-director with decades of experience in the media industries in Hollywood and organizations around the world. Pamela is a frequent jurist, panelist, and mentor for story contests, film festivals, and retreats. She helps people improve their projects, creations, and themselves using the Mythic Tools of themes, archetypes, and symbols.
She appears as a mythology expert on “Ice Age: Continental Drift”, “The Great Work”, “Forbidden Secrets”, Microsoft’s “Age of Mythology” game and the documentary “American Jedi”. Pamela Jaye consults on the beneficial use of myth, archetypes, and rituals in personal lives and for creative projects.
Her expertise and wisdom were pivotal to the success of Thriver Sisterhood. She is a Hollywood mythologist, international consultant-speaker, and award-winning writer-producer-director. www.mythworks.net
As an artist and a survivor/thriver of child abuse herself, Christina is committed to creating paintings that speak both to her and to others about the beauty that exists in the midst of this troubled world we live in.
Her compelling rendition of the Thriver Sisterhood is a heart grabber. Christina has shared with us that creating this soaring art work and working with us has inspired her to begin her autobiography.
In Christina’s words, “I find time and time again that I am drawn to bright, saturated, transparent colors for my palette as these reflect my soul. In the many portraits I paint, I give each subject a dreamy, sweet face, faintly hopeful.” See Christina’s unique art collection inarasart.blogspot.com.
Jon describes himself as a generalist who “goes where the client needs to go”, giving him a broad range of valuable experience. Thriver Sisterhood views him as an essential member of our team, not only for his client-centric approach and his impeccable technical skills, but for his enthusiastic support of our mission.
He has worked on over 100 different websites of various compositions, and built dozens of them from the ground up. Jon really enjoys building these custom sites. Thriver Sisterhood’s has benefited from his philosophy and his skills. As is true with ever member of our team, we couldn’t have done this without him.