STORYNOW IS A TEAM OF AWARD-WINNING FILMMAKERS, CONSULTANTS, PSYCHOLOGISTS, AND TECHNOLOGY EXPERTS OUT TO MAKE YOU A STORYTELLING POWERHOUSE.
StoryNow Founding Team
StoryNow co-founder, Tamara Park, is an award-winning director who has produced stories on five continents, including an award-winning TV series on sex-trafficking as well as TV series celebrating leaders and creatives in Africa and Latin America. She has also directed video stories on refugees in the Middle East and Europe, the hidden homeless in the US and an award-winning short documentary series on Cuban entrepreneurs. Tamara has dedicated much of her career spotlighting social justice issues. She has seen nonprofits and social entrepreneurs pull off Herculean feats everyday. Yet, she observed that few of them had the money, time and expertise to get their incredible stories out. She desired to solve this dilemma in a scalable way. So Tamara teamed up with a technical genius co-founder and a Chairman of the Board who knows how to build and scale like few others.
Co-founder Michael Gray is an innovative entrepreneur with more than 20 years’ experience in software architecture, development and IT systems implementation. He has co-created and scaled an app with a successful exit. Michael’s passion lies in designing, building and delivering great products and solutions to solve complex business problems with great teams. He has architected and built enterprise solutions that both serve millions of users and processes millions of dollars in transactions daily. And Michael has a great love for nonprofits; he has invested time in his career to help nonprofits find technical solutions to key problems.
The Chairman of the Board, Rick Little, has founded 12 non-profits and social enterprises, with a footprint in more than 100 countries and tens of millions have benefited from his organizations. Rick is a thought-leader in social entrepreneurship around the world and has won numerous awards for his work and influence, including Global Leader of Tomorrow from the World Economic Forum and the Robert W Scrivener Award from the Council of Foundations. He serves on the board of multiple large NGOs and consults with many more.