Katina Faye Mercadante
is a filmmaker and empowerer. She lives for various causes including women’s empowerment, African and African-American equality, and spiritual awakening. She has worked at the United Nations, Global Health Strategies, GAPzip, and for various other people with beautiful dreams and organizational challenges. Several of her films have shown at the TED and TED Women’s Conferences, she has won several awards including a 2015 nomination for best director at the Directors Guild of America, the Los Angeles Film Festival Best Narrative Feature Award and the Amherst College Edward T. Jones Prize for her documentary on indigenous doctors in East Africa.