Martha has been in front of the room her whole life. As a seasoned performer and former storytelling show host and teacher she offers an big presence and thought-provoking style focused on Storytelling, Women in Leadership, Women in Media, Web Series Development and Distribution, Love and Dating, the Rise of the Female, Power in the Patriarchy, Erotic Everywhere.
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Martha leads a discussion that explores the evolving landscape of the short-form content.
May 27 at Adorama, New York City.
Guest speakers Nick Borenstein (Filmmaker/Head of Scripted Content, Topic.com), Samantha Schlaifer (Director of Development, R29 Scripted Originals & Comedy)and Laura Turner Garrison (Executive Producer of Original Programming & Development, truTV) join Williams to explore strategies for creating a successful series, building a wide viewership, monetizing content, choosing the appropriate distribution channel, as well as the future of this form of storytelling.
ELEANOR: a celebration, education & creative occasion
Martha was brought in as a creative strategist and producer for ELEANOR and subsequently hosted and spoke at the event about…”Why Eleanor Roosevelt NOW?”
May 11 at LTV, East Hampton, NY.
Eleanor not only possessed a sharp intellect, she exuded a warm empathy that had a profound impact on the people she encountered.
What is that emanating quality? Why is it powerful? Williams calls this radiating energy yin or feminine energy, since it was receptive and with wide open arms and heart. Williams believes teaching and celebrating the deeply open-hearted nurturing presence and leadership that Eleanor Roosevelt embodied will help us elevate the power of feminine and help transform of a world out of balance.
NAB SHOW: It’s the Story That Matters to Fans
Martha shares her thinking on what makes good storytelling for the screen.
Oct 18 at the National Association of Broadcasters (The NAB Show), Presented in Partnership with New York Women in Film and TV (NYWIFT). New York City.
The ability of a video to tell a tale, to entertain and to engage viewers is based on the story and how it unfolds and is depicted on the screen. Enjoy this intimate conversation with a team of accomplished executives who share personal tales about how the story is developed and distributed to engage the imaginations of their viewers.
Moderator: David Puente, Communications Specialist, Clarity Media Group Speakers: Ben DeJesus, President, NGL Studios; Martha Williams, BugHouse Media
MANHATTAN COLLEGE: Women in Business
Martha was brought in to share her experience as a woman business owner.
November 7, Manhattan College presented by Entrepreneurship Club.
Janese Miranda, Discovery Inc., Alicia Syrett, Pantegrion, Martha Williams, BugHouse Media and Paige McConey, FitWarriorsNYC, discuss the challenges and opportunities of achieving gender diversity in business and how their individual journeys brought them to their current status.