Windy Borman, MST is a multi-award-winning director and producer, as well the founder of DVA Productions and Lights, Camera, FemAction. Most recently, she directed and produced the 10-time award-winning documentary, “The Eyes of Thailand”, narrated by Ashley Judd, which screened at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.
She also produced “The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia”, which had its world premiere at Sundance 2012 and its broadcast premiere on HBO. Other credits include producing and directing “The Vagina Monologues,” producing performances for Margaret Cho and Dr. Maya Angelou, and writing for Takepart.com and IndieWire: Women and Hollywood.
From 2003-2005 Ms. Borman dedicated two years to Teach For America, where she taught middle school drama and dance in the South Bronx. She founded DVA Productions in 2006 to use her gift of storytelling to produce film, theatre, and dance works that give a voice to the voiceless and promote peace, justice, and equality.
Windy is an active member in Women in Film and Television and the National Association of Professional Women. She is inspired by technology’s potential to achieve social justice and founded Lights, Camera, FemAction to create gender equality and eradicate violence against women in film via the "Get Reel" mobile app.